Final Touch 12.7-Oz. Conundrum Aerator Decanter
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- Whether you're pouring in or out, the curves of this chic decanter gently disperse your favorite wine, providing superior aeration and oxygenation; features an elegant brushed stainless steel base, a large spout for easy filling and smooth pouring; 1/2 bottle capacity
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Whether you're pouring in or out, the curves of this chic decanter gently disperse your favorite wine, providing superior aeration and oxygenation; features an elegant brushed stainless steel base, a large spout for easy filling and smooth pouring; 1/2 bottle capacity
Top Customer Reviews
Thank goodness Amazon has a good return policy.
Hey Final Touch. Make another one, twice as large, twice as thick and sell it for $25.00 and you will have a good product.
In short, this thing is pure trash and you shouldn't buy it. I'm demanding a refund.
I feel like I was waiting for my 25-year-old date to show up, and was met by a 15-year-old whose parents finally let them use the internet.