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Screwpull S1115-31 Pocket Corkscrew, Black

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  • Pocket corkscrew effortlessly prepares wine bottles for serving
  • 2-1/2-inch corkscrew employs excellent leverage to remove even stubborn corks with ease
  • Classic self-pulling mechanism; heavyweight die-cast metal handle offers a secure grip
  • Handsome black finish; engravable for personalized gift-giving
  • Measures approximately 5 by 10 by 1 inches; 5-year limited warranty
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

Size: Pocket
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 5 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0001UZOF0
  • Item model number: S1115-31
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (175 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,053 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: Pocket

Screwpull Pocket Model Corkscrew, Black


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Customer Reviews

It is compact and easy to use.
Patrick J. Donovan
This is the best wine opener that i have ever used.
zop
It makes pulling the cork very easy.
Easter Cat

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By C. Meehan on November 26, 2006
Size Name: Pocket
I received this corkscrew in green about 15 years ago, and it has not given us one bit of trouble in all that time. It is the most amazing device -- flawlessly designed and excellent at extracting corks. It's lightweight (won't chip a counter or tile floor if it falls) and streamlined to take up very little space in a kitchen drawer. After 15 years, and many bottles of wine, a crack has finally made it become wobbly (but still working). I came on the website today, to get a new one, in anticipation of its eventual demise. I couldn't bear the thought of opening wine without it. Buy this corkscrew -- its a wonderful gadget.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By G. O'SHEA on July 8, 2007
Size Name: Pocket Verified Purchase
My six month up date is actually 13 months. This little beauty is still pulling. All kinds of corks from all over the world , including the plastic type, just keep gliding out with very little effort. Italian Pinot Grigo have the densest corks and are very difficult to pull with any other corkscrew. Not a problem for this one, its just another cork. As for my "flimsy plastic" comment below, this hasn't shown any wear at all. Really amazing when you see the lack of quality in manufacturing today. TEN STARS
PS They have a 4 for $ of 3 offer {May 08} so I've ordered extra for gifts.

The box arrived, my new 5 star cork puller....YES!! OH NO!! This light weight piece of flimsy plastic won't survive the first cork. What happened, the reviews are always dead on. Don't let its looks fool you. Not only does it hold up, you'll use more muscle opening a screw cap. Gently turn the handle and the cork glides out so smoothly you don't know its out unless you hear the pop. Turn the handle back and the screw glides out of the cork. I've opened more than 16 bottles and it has not damaged or shredded one cork. No more floating bits in the wine and the cork is still usable.
Over the years I've owned and thrown a dozen or more corkscrews, cork pullers, wine openers; by what ever name; and this is the very best by far. I'll up date this in 6 months.
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Size Name: Pocket
This is by far the simplest method of extracting a cork from a bottle. I gave one
to an elder relative who is proud of his complete lack of any physical skills. He
loved it. All you do is turn a crank in one direction.
That one clockwise motion extracts the cork, ruptures the capsule and then
removes the cork from the worm. The device itself is as well-made as any plastic
thing can be. The worm is coated for easy in-out. The Screwpull is bulky: a handi-
cap in a pocket, but no problem in a drawer. There is a full discussion of its '
a tiny treatise on cork-removal and a clearer illustration at the Amazon page for
The New Short Course in Wine.
In a few years, corks will be a rarity but in the meantime, Screwpull is the easiest
device for cork-pulling.

--Lynn Hoffman, author of New Short Course in Wine,The and
bang BANG: A Novel ISBN 9781601640005
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By William Graf on November 3, 2007
Size Name: Pocket Verified Purchase
This is the more portable size of two offered by the same manufacturer. After many bottles of wine, we have never destroyed a cork or had the least difficulty pulling a cork. I have tried virtually every other style available and nothing comes remotely close to the simplicity and ease of use.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By EW on March 9, 2009
Size Name: Pocket Verified Purchase
We needed to replace our Metrokane corkscrew that cost in the $130s. I didn't think a corkscrew this inexpensive could be so effective. In fact, when I brought it out of the box, my husband said, "It feels cheap." It is plastic, but don't underestimate its effectiveness. It opens bottles with the greatest of ease. It is easy to use and work, and it is a compact corkscrew, taking up a fraction of the space in the drawer that my Metrokane did. I have opened a lot of bottles with this since getting it a few months ago, and I am STILL impressed. It even has a foil cutter built in on the side. No more expensive corkscrews for me! Get this, you will not be disappointed.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By OS Xman on August 13, 2012
Size Name: Pocket Verified Purchase
This is supposed to be a corkscrew made by Screwpull. It says so in the heading: "by Screwpull".

I purchased this as a wedding gift for $27.99 instead of the lower-priced Le Creuset-branded corkscrews because my 15 year-old Screwpull is still functioning perfectly and I wanted to give the bride and groom a corkscrew that would last.

The package just arrived and, instead of saying SCREWPULL, as is shown in the item description, it is branded LE CREUSET.

It is decidedly shoddier in construction and has an AWFUL, serrated foil-cutting knife that doesn't even open fully as the one on the Screwpull does.

To make matters worse, in the week that has elapsed since I ordered it, the price has dropped five dollars. NOT RECOMMENDED!!!

I'm sending it back.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Skewed on November 24, 2007
Size Name: Pocket
This is my favorite corkscrew that has lasted me about 15 years. I have other rabbit-like wine openers that also work great but this portable one is so much easier to grab, pop on the bottle, twirl with one finger and...it's open!

Alas, one stubborn synthetic "cork" only let the worm in halfway and held on so tight that now the top of the worm just spins in its plastic housing. I was bummed!

Oh well, lesson learned. Use the rabbits for the plastic corks. And pick up another pocket Screwpull quick before they discontinue it!
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