Ferrari Super Agata Bench Capper
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- Spring loaded
- Caps bottles quickly, cleanly, and accurately
- Has a magnetic Bell to hold cap in place
- Self-adjusting spring-mounted capping mechanism
- Easier to adjust for different size bottles
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The Super Agata Bench Capper features a self-adjusting spring-mounted capping mechanism. This makes it easier to adjust for different size bottles. Simply raise the arm all the way up and you will be able to adjust the height of the capper to fit different size bottles.
Top Customer Reviews
I opened the box my new Super Agata Bench Bottle Capper shipped in. I removed the unit, read the instructions, and set the Capper up to process my latest batch of Double Belgium.
I made sure all my bottles where the same height and size so I only had to adjust the Capper height once. You set the height of the Capper by placing a small red plastic stop into a cutout on the aluminum bar that the capper rides on. I couldn’t get the height quite right, so I added a thin sheet of cardboard on the base. With this in place, the bottle just fit under the capper, and when pressure was applied the cap folded over the bottle top perfectly.
I started capping and the Supper Capper was working well. I was careful to insure that the bottle was properly aligned. The unit is not sturdy, and if the bottle is off center at all, the capper wants flex sideways. Also the caps tend to get stuck in the capper head, but they’ll come out with a twist.
The operation was going well until I got to my 18th bottle. Then when I pushed the cap down onto the bottle the little plastic stop that holds the capper head in place collapsed.
I know you may be thinking, “Oh the big dummy was pushing too hard,” but I assure you I was not. I’ve been working with tools my whole life and I understand that you have to let the tool do the work. I rarely ever jamb a saw or break a bit. I know not to force a tool.
So, there I am, 18-bottles capped, 50 or so, standing full of tasty suds and my capper is in the scrapper. Being the resourceful lad I am. I went to my shop and returned with a roll of bailing wire, some needle nose pliers and a nail.
I pulled the collapsed, soft red plastic stop out of the flimsy aluminum rail, inserted the nail, secured it in place with bailing wire, and I was in business. I capped the rest of my batch in a short time, and the Modified Super Agata Bench Bottle Capper (with the card board in the bottom, bailing wire and nail in the top) worked like a charm.
I’d highly recommend the Super Agata Bench Bottle Capper, so long as you also purchase (kidding) my patented (more kidding) Super Agata Bench Bottle Capper fix-it kit including one sheet of cardboard, a nail and some bailing wire. Photos available. Message me.
This problem was remedied by removing the magnet and just placing the caps on the bottles. A little less convenient but now it works again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I went back to my original capper this was going to replace.Read more