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Metrokane 6015 Rabbit 6-Piece Wine Opener Tool Kit, Silver


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  • Striking, easy-to-use, powerful device pulls wine cork in 3 seconds
  • Ruggedly constructed of polycarbonate and reinforced nylon
  • Foilcutter, drip-stop ring, bottle sealer, wax remover, and extra worm included
  • All items fit into covered storage case, suitable for gift-giving
  • 10-year warranty
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Metrokane 6015 Rabbit 6-Piece Wine Opener Tool Kit, Silver + Metrokane 6112 Rabbit Wine Aerating Pourer + Metrokane 6121 Rabbit Wine/Beverage Bottle Stoppers, Set of 4
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Product Details

Color: Silver
  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 8.7 x 3.3 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000063K7G
  • Item model number: 6015
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (233 customer reviews)
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Metrokane 6015 Rabbit 6-Piece Wine Opener Tool Kit, Silver

Did you know?

Our worms are rated for up to 1,000 cork pulls each? There is one already installed on the corkscrew, and an extra included in the set. With this set alone, 2,000 bottles of wine can be opened no problem.

A great gift for wine lovers

This particular set has all of the great tools needed to appreciate wine

This model of the Rabbit has a velvety, silver finish, as do the four tools accompanying it. The six pieces included in the set are:

  • Foil cutter
  • 'Wax whacker'
  • Rabbit Corkscrew
  • Replacment worm
  • Pourer stopper combo
  • Sealer

Whats inside the tool kit

A foil cutter makes opening a bottle of wine that much easier. Easily remove that tough foil, allowing easy access to the cork. The included "wax whacker" flips that stubborn wax tablet off of the wine cork

Foil Cutter

Classic Rabbit Corkscrew

Stopper Pourer Combo

Sealer

Always the best corkscrew

The powerful, award-winning, Rabbit corkscrew effortlessly extracts the cork from any wine bottle in 3-seconds with simple lever action. It works on natural as well as synthetic corks. Handles with comfortable rubberized padding easily clamp onto a bottle's neck; the lever drives the tough worm into the cork with a push and then pulls the cork out cleanly with a simple pull. Releasing the cork involves the same action, only with the handles clamped onto the cork. Ruggedly constructed The cork puller has the heft of a fine, precise high-tech tool and comes by its name, Rabbit, because it resembles a bunny's head. Rabbit corkscrews are independently tested for 20,000 cork pulls; tests assume replacement of the spiral after 1,000 pulls.

Rabbit is the best way to Open, Serve, and Preserve your wine

For many people, the name Rabbit is synonymous with effortlessly opening bottles of wine. The Rabbit is no longer just about opening your bottles of wine anymore, as the same innovation and quality that you are familiar with has been extended to a larger line of wine accessories. From the person drinking their first bottle of wine to an experienced oenophile, Rabbit will make your wine experience more enjoyable. Now Rabbit can help you open, serve, and preserve your wine in style!



Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It is very easy to use and is well made!
Lania Ho
The others it just spins the screw back out of the cork and doesn't pull it up at all.
Matthew R Halls
This is the best wine bottle opener I have ever used.
PBB

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

69 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Eimear Coffey on April 28, 2004
Color Name: Silver
I bought the Metrokane Rabbit as a Christmas gift for my parents and it has since become the most indispensible item in our kitchen. We drink wine every night in our house, and have been through many a corkscrew, but absolutely nothing compares to this. The Rabbit makes short work of opening a bottle of wine for even the puniest-armed of us, and indeed, has caused one or two scuffles at dinner over who gets to open the next bottle of wine! Three swift, smooth movements will open even the most stubborn bottle, and with none of the grunting, puffing and red-faced struggling that often accompanies this manouvre. There is a particular brand of white wine I drink that is next to impossible to open if you have left the bottle to chill with the cork in it, and I actually broke 3 "traditional" corkscrews trying to open one single bottle of this. Well, in the highest praise I can summon for the Rabbit, I have not had a problem with one of these bottles since I bought it. If you are a wine-drinker, or even just a lover of gadgets, buy this - now!
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Rheumor on July 12, 2003
Color Name: Silver Verified Purchase
I've been using these Metrokanes for several years now and I wouldn't want to use anything else. They make absolutely anyone look like a pro opening a bottle of wine, while of course at the same time avoiding the occasional broken cork plunged into the bottle horror.
Whenever we have guests, they always comment on the Metrokane, and as a result I've found it makes a perfect gift. In particular, this silver model is extremely attractive.
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73 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Kennell on December 30, 2005
Color Name: Silver Verified Purchase
I bought both this and the similar version from Brookstone this year. I was expecting a lot from the metrokane, but it turns out the Brookstone is much better. It's $60, but the Brookstone version will last you MUCH longer than the $45 metrokane.

Among the differences: The metrokane is made of plastic, the Brookstone is metal. The Brookstone model comes with two bottle sealers, and it's case is made of very high quality leather-like material instead of cheap plastic. Finally, my metrokane is brand new, and I've already managed to scratch the finish, since it's so cheap.

If you're looking to get a new wine opener, do yourself a favor and BUY ANOTHER BRAND.
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By skangirl on July 14, 2008
Color Name: Silver
Don't waste your time on this company.

My first Rabbit had a plastic handle. When it broke after several years of use, I replaced it with a metal handle Rabbit because it had 10-year warrantee. (I think the first one had a 2-year warrantee.)

The new Rabbit malfunctioned. A mission-critical piece of rubber tore, making the Rabbit useless. I sent the Rabbit to Metrokane per the package instructions. (I paid the postage and also had to enclose a check to cover *their* mailing costs.)

A week or so later, my Rabbit was returned to me without any repairs. Their note said that they couldn't find anything wrong with the thing. I phoned Metrokane to complain. They said that the rubber was not covered by the warrantee. I was told to get rubber glue to fix the thing. I checked the warrantee. Nowhere does it say that certain parts are not covered. Finally they agreed to replace it.

The replacement was defective. The Metrokane rep. copped an attitude when I complained, saying that I was probably using it incorrectly. (Remember, I'd owned a Rabbit and had used it for years, so I'm sure I knew how to use it.)

The company wouldn't send another Rabbit and I refused to spend more money to return the second defective product. I'm using a $10 knock-off now. It works every time.
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52 of 60 people found the following review helpful By M. L. Allsup on January 3, 2005
Color Name: Silver
If you are looking for a well functioning opener, this is not it! Much better "rabbit" type openers are on the market. First is the fact that it is mostly plastic, not metal, so don't be fooled by the metallic appearance in the photo. When opening the first bottle, (with normal cork). I noticed it was much more difficult to use than the old one (other brand) I had. It required extensive pressure to insert the cork, to the point I thought the flimsy plastic handles would break. Then I opened a second bottle with a plastic cork. This almost broke the opener when using upward pressure to remove the cork from the bottle. And after finally getting the cork out of the bottle, (it took two people), the cork would not come off of the screw. I had to manually untwist the cork from the opener. Save your money, spend a little more and get a real opener. This one is nice to look at but not functional! Real Junk, and not cheap!!
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By MagicSkip VINE VOICE on December 15, 2005
Color Name: Black
I could *not* believe my eyes the first time I saw someone use a Rabbit. I've shredded SO many corks and even broken bottles trying to get corks out. I've tried so many different kinds of corkscrews (and the two-pronged non-screw-type cork-pullers), and I've been all kinds of frustrated. I'm a big and strong guy, and I've still been frustrated at how hard some corkscrews are to use.

Enter the Rabbit. It's hard to visualize from the picture, but it is SUPER-EASY, once you figure it out.

1) Flip the top over, away from the cork, raising the screw (sometimes called the "worm")

2) Place the two handles on either side of the bottle-neck, positioning the tip of the worm over the cork.

3) Squeeze the handles together to hold the bottle.

4) Bring the top handle up and over, which pushes the worm into the cork -- so easy you can't believe it.

5) Take the top handle back to where it started, and the cork is out! No muss, no fuss, no cuss!

Removing the cork from the worm is just as easy:

6) Bring the top handle back over, as if to put the cork back in the bottle, only without the bottle there.

7) Squeeze the side handles around/on the cork.

8) Bring the top handle back away to remove the worm, while holding the cork with the side handles.

Okay, the ad says "3 seconds". I put closer to five seconds, plus ten more to remove the cork. This is the easiest and best corkscrew I've ever used, and I'd say it's WELL worth the price. The "gift set" is nice, but personally, I don't think it's worth the extra price compared to just the Rabbit without the gift set. I do, however, recommend the Metrokane "Save-the-Wine" Vacuum Pump.

Oh, one more thing -- I've heard other people say that it doesn't work well on the new plastic-style "corks", but I haven't had any problems. It works great on them for me.
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