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Mugen Beer Can Opener Simulator/ Kan Beeru

Mugen Beer Can Mugen Kan Beeru

Beer lovers look here: Japanese Company Bandai has released the next must-have for boys, the Mugen Beer Can Opener. You can take the “beer can” with you, whereever you go and whenever you have the urge to open a beer can then just do it. We were told, that after 30times of opening there is some kind of surprise. So better get yourself a Kan Beeru and enjoy the sound of click, click & click. Just like the real thing. Yes You CAN!

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Simulate Opening of Beer Can with Mugen Beer Can aka Kan Beeru of Bandai!



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