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- Stainless steel wine bottle sealer; 100% leakproof
- Creates an airtight seal even with the bottle lying down; allows for horizontal storage of wine bottles in the fridge
- Pull down over the bottle opening to seal; to release, push the button and lift off
- Made of brushed stainless steel shell
- Inner diameter of 1.25" fits most bottles; dishwasher safe
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Cilio is a fine German brand headquartered in the famous steel town of Solingen and is well know for its high quality products. Cilio's motto is "lifestyle at home". Seal wine bottles air tight in a snap. Wine sealer has an inside diameter of 1.25-inches. Press down to seal; push button on top of the seal to release.
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The big difference that we found was the Cilo does not keep the bubbles from escaping as well as the older design. Cilo will be good for a day or two at most. If your using it to just seal in the bubbles for a day, it will work okay. The big difference you will notice is when you open it up, there is not a 'Pop' like you get with the older design. We bought the Winco Champagne Bottle Stopper (the older design) and it holds the bubbles in quite effectively for 2-3 times as long. Happy wife... happy life. ;-)
Basically, this device has very little leeway in the sizes of bottle it will work with. If your bottle is too wide at the top it can get stuck. If it's too narrow it will not create a secure seal.
I've used a number of champagne bottle sealers in the past, but thought I'd give this one a try, as it is quite compact, but it was a total bust on the bottle on which I tried it. I've had great success in the past with the Le Creuset Champagne Crown Sealer and the FizzVac Vacuum Champagne Stopper, both of which I recommend.
It arrives without instructions so here they are: you don't depress the "clicker" to install it; rather, holding it around the outside, you just fit the entire unit down over the bottle opening. The clicker is then depressed to release the vacuum.