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Oster 4207 Electric Wine Bottle Opener
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wHAT DID i ORDER???? 15 days ago
Esther, the product is an electric wine opener. It makes your life so much easier when you have friends over and you have to open a few bottles of wine. Good luck!
14 days ago by Janice Tully
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All of our products that are sold in the United States and Canada are manufactured and UL approved for 110-120 voltage. We do not recommend the use of a converter, transformer or other electronic device with our product. Converting the electricity may compromise the functionality of the product.
18 days ago by Jarden Consumer Solutions  MANUFACTURER 
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that question makes no sense the charger will not fit flush with the charger
Oct 24, 2014 by joeyt
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Not sure. Check the TSA website. I never fly with a corkscrew.
Oct 23, 2014 by Kittykath
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voltage requirement Oct 15, 2014
All of our products that are sold in the United States and Canada are manufactured and UL approved for 110-120 voltage.
Oct 16, 2014 by Oster  MANUFACTURER 
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All of our products that are sold in the United States and Canada are manufactured and UL approved for 110-120 voltage. We do not recommend the use of a converter, transformer or other electronic device with our product. Converting the electricity may compromise the functionality of the product.
Sep 3, 2014 by Oster  MANUFACTURER 
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yes, when you check out, you can select gift wrap and gift message.
Aug 22, 2014 by Luke Mckinnon
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The unit does include an adapter cord that plugs into the base of the recharging unit.
Aug 22, 2014 by Oster  MANUFACTURER 
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All of our products that are sold in the United States and Canada are manufactured and UL approved for 110-120 voltage. We do not recommend the use of a converter, transformer or other electronic device with our product. Converting the electricity may compromise the functionality of the product.
Aug 18, 2014 by Oster  MANUFACTURER 
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