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Oxo Steel CorkPull Wine Opener/Corkscrew

by OXO

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  • Soft, oversized turning knob
  • Non-stick screw glides smoothly through cork
  • Easy-to-use foil cutter built into the soft knob
  • Die-cast stainless steel
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 3 x 6.8 inches ; 13.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001713L5C
  • Item model number: 3102300
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (171 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,785 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The OXO SteeL CorkPull simplifies the task of opening a bottle of wine with no awkward or strenuous pulling. Turn the soft, comfortable knob to lower the non-stick screw into the cork. Just keep turning in the same direction until the cork lifts out of the bottle. It's that easy! Use our CorkPull on any size bottle. The CorkPull also includes a comfortable and easy-to-use foil cutter built into the soft knob.

From the Manufacturer

OXO Steel CorkPull

Open wine bottles with a dash of elegance

Features & Benefits

Soft, oversized turning knob

Turn the soft, comfortable knob to lower the non-stick screw into the cork

Easy to use

Just keep turning in the same direction until the cork lifts out of the bottle. It's that easy!

Convenient foil cutter included

Easy-to-use foil cutter built into the soft knob

Can be used on bottles of any size

Simplifies the task of opening a bottle of wine without awkward or strenuous pulling


OXO Steel CorkPull Wine Opener

It’s the Little Things:

At OXO, we consistently develop products that address even the tiniest of pet peeves, because we know it’s the little things that make the biggest difference.

OXO is dedicated to providing innovative consumer products

that make everyday living easier.

How do we do it?

We study people – lefties and righties, male and female, young and old – interacting with products and identify ways to make them better. Our 'question everything' process and relentless attention to detail uncover the best solutions for slicing, peeling, whisking, baking, stirring, washing, scrubbing, dusting, storing and organizing.

  • Dimensions: 3'' x 2'' x 6.75''
  • Weight: 12 oz.

Customer Reviews

The built-in foil cutter is nice too.
PLD
Makes opening a bottle of wine easy to open.
Mr and Mrs Michael Alexander
The cork pull is so smooth & easy to turn.
Rejoicing Reba

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 23, 2009
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After getting my finger pinched on a brass winged corkscrew I decided it was time to research a different design in wine openers. Considered an electric corkscrew but didn't want another item on my counter...plus they seem so TALL. This one is 6 3/4" tall and I think quite attractive in my kitchen tool drawer.
I chose this OXO model because I like OXO products and it appeared more sturdy than the less expensive plastic model.
It works effortlessly. You just place on the bottle turn and turn and keep turning the same direction and the cork comes all the way out. Reverse the turns to remove the cork. And best of all, no pinching or pulling.
My only minor quibble is the foilcutter top is harder to get off than I would like. You squeeze the two indented "buttons" on the sides with one hand while lifting the top off with the other. The top is 2 3/4" wide. I can't squeeze both buttons with one hand so I have to press with my thumb, releasing one side then turn it over and press the other to remove the foilcutter. A man with larger hands and more strength probably could do it in one move. I would still highly recommend this corkscrew or cork pull or whatever you want to call this wine opener.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By PLD on February 15, 2009
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I'd used an Oxo corkscrew with the black plastic wings for years, then it broke on one of those plastic "corks." I replaced it with the same kind, which broke in about 3 weeks, so I decided it was time for a different model. I tried a couple other variations, including a Screwpull, but I love this one! It's really easy to use - you don't have to struggle to keep it lined up correctly. I don't have a lot of hand strength, so I had worried that there might not be enough leverage, that it might be difficult to turn, but that's not the case. It feels very sturdy, and the screw goes into the cork very easily, even the dense and sticky plastic ones. Like most Oxo products, they've made it comfortable to use. After you pull the cork from the bottle, you can continue to turn the handle, and the cork ejects itself from the screw. The built-in foil cutter is nice too.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By rachelemc on September 25, 2009
OMG! I cannot say enough about this wine opener. I cant believe there are only 4 reviews on this magical prodect but then again maybe most people are as excited by wine the way I am. I was hesitant to spend the money with out ever handling the opener but after looking at consumer reports reviews and finding a good deal on ebay I went for it. i couldnt be more happy, i giggle like a school girl whenever using it. It comes with this super cool and easy to use foil cutter hidden in the top half. The opener itself you just pop it over the top, un cork it and then the cork comes out easily when you turn it the opposite way. 123 EASY!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Glenn Borchardt on November 27, 2008
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This is by far the best cork screw ever made. I have used a friend's older model for years. First of all, it's simple: clockwise in; counterclockwise out. Second, this newer model even has a foil cutter that works. Third, the design is the most elegant you will ever see in a cork screw. Fourth, not only does the handle contain the hidden foil cutter, it provides an excellent grip. I couldn't remember its name and searched the web for hours, looking at hundreds of cork screws in vain trying to find a similar looking model. Turns out I only needed to remember one word: OXO.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By The Dude on January 4, 2011
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For years of opening about two to three bottles of wine a week, my Zyliss corkscrew finally broke. I got my money's worth out of it, so I had no problem dishing out another $25 for a new one. However, in searching the internet high and low, I not only found that it was discontinued for some strange reason, but that it was pretty much extinct. I'd come across a cheaper version of it made by Faberware, but that thing broke the second time I used it. However, when searching for the Zyliss, I noticed the Oxo Steel Corkscrew would infrequently come up in search results, and I'd read from Amazon customer reviews that it's very similar to the Zyliss, so I bought one here on Amazon a couple of months ago. I'd say those reviews are correct, very much in the way the Zyliss works, as well as how well it works. In fact, the Oxo works even better than the Zyliss, as the cork comes out of the bottle even more smoothly and effortlessly. Also, it's partly a foil cutter, which my Zyliss wasn't. The foil cutter also works great, but it only removes the top of the foil, and I usually like to remove the entire foil with a box cutter. I'm surprised by the reviewer who said his broke within seven months, because the Oxo seems VERY solidly built. I've only had mine for a couple of months, so I'm curious to know how common that is, but this is at least the easiest corkscrew to use that I've ever owned.

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Update - 1/4/12:

I've owned this thing for exactly one year now, and it's still going strong. There ARE occasions when it's slightly difficult to remove hard rubber corks, but I'm always able to grab them with my fingers through the side slots and back the screw out. At any rate, if you drink a lot of wine, you'll know there are a variety of neck thicknesses and cork materials, so you'll know that although the oxo will be your most commonly used corksrew, you'll still need to keep two or three other types on hand.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ronald Christie on February 24, 2009
I had a T-fal wine opener for years but wanted something a little more elegant looking with the same ease of use. We purchased the OXO opener last week and I highly recommend it. The cutters are nicely tucked into the handle which is easily removed, and the corks come out of the wine bottles with ease. I would most certainly recommend this product.
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