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Rabbit Vertical Corkscrew with Foil Cutter and Extra Spiral (Metallic Red)
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- This stylish corkscrew uncorks any size wine bottle with a single pull.
- Constructed of polished stainless steel for long service life.
- Immediately releases the cork after opening for added convenience.
- Features an ergonomic handle for added comfort and control.
- A foil cutter and extra spiral are included for added convenience.
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From the Manufacturer
Founded in 1983, Metrokane is the leading North American marketer of wine accessories and barware. Used in homes and by food service professionals, Metrokane's innovative product line includes the Rabbit brand of electric-powered and manual corkscrews, along with decanters, aerators, wine preservers, cocktail shakers, citrus juicers, and bar tools.
Metrokane Rabbit Vertical Corkscrew
Pop the Cork with Style
The Rabbit Vertical Corkscrew features an innovative standing design that easily removes corks in just three seconds. Simply place it on the bottle, lower the handle to engage the cork, and then raise the handle to remove it. Another push of the lever ejects the cork. Its sleek, modern design has a sophisticated look that compliments decor and barware alike. This corkscrew is compatible with all types of corks, including plastic and synthetic. The Rabbit Vertical Corkscrew also includes a handy foil cutter for easy cork access and one replacement spiral.
- Easily removes wine corks in just three seconds
- Releases corks with a simple press, eliminating manual twisting
- Works on all bottle sizes and cork types
- Durable all-metal gears ensure a long life
- Includes a convenient foil cutter and extra corkscrew spiral
Opens Wine Bottles in Three Seconds Flat
Simply place the Rabbit Vertical Corkscrew on top of the bottle, lower the lever, then raise the lever it's just that easy to remove a cork. An ergonomic design provides additional leverage to reduce effort and eliminate hand-strain.
The Rabbit Vertical Corkscrew is compatible with nearly any wine bottle, and its corkscrew spiral cleanly grips and removes natural, plastic, and synthetic corks without leaving remnants in the bottle.
Attractive, Durable, and Functional
Sleek and eye-catching, the Rabbit Vertical Corkscrew has been tested for 20,000 cork pulls and comes backed by a 10-year manufacturer's warranty. What's more, its attractive modern design is a conversation-starter that compliments barware and looks great on any counter. The Rabbit Vertical Corkscrew also includes a convenient and stylish foil cutter along with a replacement corkscrew spiral.
Complete Your Home Bar with Metrokane
Rabbit Electra and Electric Corkscrews
Metrokane Rabbit Electra and Electric Corkscrews have a sleek modern design that matches their incredible simplicity. Just place either opener over a wine bottle and press one button to remove the cork. Another press ejects the cork. The Rabbit Electric also features an LCD screen that shows the number of cork pulls remaining, and both openers can remove 30 or more corks on a single charge.
Rabbit Zippity Two-Step Corkscrew
The Rabbit Zippity Two-Step Corkscrew is the first and only waiter’s corkscrew with a retractable foil cutter. After using the foil cutter to remove a foil cap, it retracts automatically when the levers are opened. The non-stick spiral saves up to ten seconds on each cork pull. Tiny and lightweight, it easily slips into a bag or pocket for easy bottle opening at events or outdoors.
Rabbit Wine Chilling Carafe
With the award-winning Rabbit Wine Chilling Carafe, wine drinkers can enjoy a bottle of chilled wine at leisure for 90 minutes or more. Its ice-filled stainless steel chilling chamber is the ideal way to cool wine due to its speed, efficiency, and lack of additional taste or odor. This carafe can hold a full 750 ml bottle of wine, tea, or any other drink.
Rabbit Electric Wine Preserver
Finally, no more manual pumping or weak seals that depressurize over time. Simply press one button and the Rabbit Electric Wine Preserver creates a vacuum of 19-Hg in 10 to 15 seconds, sealing the bottle to preserve wine's flavor and bouquet for a week or more. A convenient timer light indicates when the required vacuum has been achieved.
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Top Customer Reviews
Do not buy this product and do not deal with MetroKane!
While the Screwpull is lovely and sculptural, the Metrokane is sexy and fun. The former is priced from $130 to $150 on Amazon, and the latter is $50 to $60. Each comes with a foil cutter, but the Metrokane also comes with a replacement screw. The Screwpull arrives in a very attractive leather presentation case which would look good anywhere, whereas the Metrokane arrives in a hinged plastic container which you could probably throw away. The taller and more angular Screwpull seems to be largely made of metal and has a noticable heft; the Metrokane handle is made of metal, but the body is plastic. It doesn't feel nearly as substanial as the Screwpull, but I don't find that to be a problem. Both pullers stand upright and would look fine perched on a table or sideboard.
As of this writing, the taller and more angular Screwpull seems to be offered only in satin with black accents, and the curvy Metrokane in black, gunmetal gray, and the one I bought, candy apple red. The Vertial Rabbit, true to its name, has a hint of an eye on either side so when looked at in profile, it gives the appearance of a rabbit. I probably should deduct a star for too much cuteness, but that's part of the fun of the Rabbit.
The operation of the two is somewhat different. The base of the Screwpull ia sprung open and must be squeezed to hold it onto the bottle. The lever is then thrown more than 180 degrees to pierce the cork, and then brought back the same amoount to remove it from the bottle. The cork is removed from the device by throwing the lever back and forth once more.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best wine opener I've ever used. So easy and effortless. The foil cutter is a nail saver, too.Published 16 hours ago by Kirstyn S.
This fell apart with about 3 weeks worth of use. About 3 bottle a week. It fell apart very cartoonish like too, screws and parts went flying!Published 2 days ago by regina villa
Everyone should have a Rabbit corkscrew. So we have one, the parents got one, and now the in-laws have one.Published 10 days ago by Susan Epler
I love my rabbit... The wine opener. So easy and makes me feel so strong!Published 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
Pathetic, we use it regularly, maybe opening two to three bottles of wine a week. bought it April 1 2015. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Don H. Goodrich
Gave this as a gift. WOW, never seen anyhting like this before. Does a grat job!Published 19 days ago by ;^)
Have had mine for about 5 years and still works great! And trust me, I've used it many times, never having an issue. Read morePublished 24 days ago by nyun
Would buy again. The corkscrew comes out so easily out of the bottle and then out of the corkscrewPublished 25 days ago by Barun Chandra
I have had one of these for over a year and LOVE it. I was recently visiting my mom and all she had was an old fashioned one. Read morePublished 1 month ago by VWhite@Duke