Waiters Corkscrew by True Fabrications - Double Hinged, Natural Wood, Stainless Steel construction All-in-one Corkscrew, Bottle Opener and Foil Cutter
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- Curved ergonomic handle for easy gripping and use
- 5 turn worm and foil cutter
- Small, compact design allows for easy carrying and storage
- Long lasting stainless steel
- Makes a great hostess gift or stocking stuffer
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Top Customer Reviews
All are fine looking pieces with wood inlaid and double-hinged fulcrum, except for the Epicureanist, with a bone inlaid handle and single-hinged fulcrum. I've always used a single-hinged fulcrum and have never had a problem pulling a cork. Maybe as I get older, I'll appreciate the double-fulcrum more. All the corkscrews are sturdy enough to stand up to my needs.
The True Fabrications Double Hinged Corkscrew is the least expensive and is well balanced/proportioned. I would say that it is second to the Prestige by Coutale. Features that I like most are 1) Teflon coated corkscrew, which makes it a little easier to screw in (again maybe I'll appreciate it more as I get older) and 2) the ease with which the fulcrum, corkscrew and foil cutter swing out (The others took more effort to swing out).
The True Fabrications is definitely the "best value" of the four and the one that I would recommend to those who use a corkscrew frequently like I do.
True Fabrications Deluxe Professional Corkscrew, Stainless
I even used it during a job interview. Imagine the other server's face when we were asked to open a bottle of wine and she took out her dinky two-dollar wine key only to look over and see me flick this one out!
I'm so glad I bought two... though I think it will be quite a while before I need to resort to the back-up.
I bought this opener because I wanted something better than the ones the wine rep leaves behind for my staff to use (with an advert from a lower end wine we have by the glass).
This isn't that much better, and it's much bigger and heavier. Long and short, I'm back to using the double hinged throw away by "Pulltap's" (with Robert Talbot Vinyards on the body).
It does look nice, and now I have a wood-handled back up to the free one I've been using.
An update|: The second one just broke after the third time I used it. Do not buy this...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fantastic little tool! Build solidly and fun to use. Great quality for the price. We will be buying more as gifts.Published 11 days ago by James McManus
Perfect Tool ! Very good designed . Thanks Chef,DC on MixcratePublished 23 days ago by Chef,DC on Mixcrate
A great corkscrew, which is very easy for me to use even with osteoarthritis in my hands and fingers!Published 25 days ago by Cynthia King
Used it for several years now. Very easy to use and durable. Well made!Published 2 months ago by flash gordon
A little wierd. Great long knife. Doesn't curve so nicely though. The double hinge is a little longer on one end than other wine keys. Not my go to. Looks nice.Published 2 months ago by Amazelo
The pin holding the corkscrew to the body will not stay in. Although it was the best looking corkscrew I owned (before throwing it away), almost from day one it was a POS.Published 3 months ago by Kevin Mccollough
So great that the woman I work with who hates my guts stole itPublished 3 months ago by Jeremy J. Gamble