New Year's is just around the corner and opening a bottle of champagne is always worth watching, but when you do it with this sabre, it's even more impressive. The somewhat dramatic procedure is said to have started during the time of Napoleon when soldiers on horseback would grab a bottle and use their saber to open it before drinking it down. This small ceremonial sword gives you the same ability, whether you're riding a horse or just showing off in front of dinner guests. Each sabre is made from vacuum-cast hardened stainless steel with an angled edge the helps you make precise contact with a bottle. Further accuracy is achieved thanks to the textured grip handle that features a chevron pattern.