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- Stainless steel construction
- 5-turn worm & TSA-compliant foil cutter
- Double-hinged arm & integrated bottle opener
- Hand wash Recommended
- Makes A Great Housewarming Gift
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TSA compliant corkscrew
True's Jetsetter corkscrew is TSA compliant, so it can accompany you on all your travels. It's the perfect tool for frequent travelers who occasionally enjoy relaxing with in-flight wine, beer, or maybe even some bubbly. Go on, uncork it.
Uniquely safe foil-cutter
The Jetsetter corkscrew can open wine bottles, pop caps, and cut foil--safely.
The secret is its unique covered foil cutting wheel, integrated into the corkscrew handle.
Get to know the Jetsetter
Here's the 411 on our favorite travel companion:
- Stainless steel
- TSA compliant foil cutter
- 5-turn worm
- Double hinged
- Integrated bottle opener
It's rare to find something guaranteed to make it through airport security. Here's one item you can trust. The Jetsetter TSA-Compliant Corkscrew has a unique foil cutting wheel that's integrated safely in the handle, giving both you and security nothing to worry about.
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Nope! My exchange time has run out. Purchased a travel item, but the defect won't be righted, because I was traveling. Ironic.
I understand the policy if I had just changed my mind, but a defective product, in my opinion, should be an exception to the return period rule.
I should have just purchased one in Europe. Lesson learned.
Just keep in mind that, while emblazoned with "TSA Compliant," this product has no actual TSA imprimatur; no product does because the TSA does not grant such pre-approval for any products. So, the nomenclature on this product is no guarantee that it will pass TSA -- or any other security checkpoint -- requirements. This corkscrew does meet all currrent TSA criteria for carriage in carry-on luggage and the nomenclature on it should help evidence this to a security screener, but there is no guarantee. Also, it is best to put your corkscrew in an easily-accessed pocket of your bag and remove it and place it in the change tray with your other minor metal items, keys, coins, etc. this will speed you, and your corkscrew, through the line.
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First, be aware that having the words "TSA Compliant" emblazoned on an item does NOT guarantee that that item will come through airport security. TSA Agents in the field may refuse any item arbitrarily. And TSA can -- and does -- change the rules frequently... for good reasons, we hope. BUT, this corkscrew does meet all current TSA requirements and it should be allowed in carry-on baggage.
It's sturdy and should hold up to use. It's a two-step-style waiter's screw which is really nice giving you the leverage to remove tight corks and the control to gently finesse out weak or compromised corks. The bottle cap lifter (a.k.a. "church key") on the end is also a nice thing to have along when traveling.
Here's a tip: any TSA inspector who spots a corkscrew on an X-Ray (and they have a fairly distinctive shape and show up well) is going to want to inspect that corkscrew since many do have a blade associated with them. The TSA Compliant nomenclature does not show up in the X-Ray. So, you will still be stopped and have to dig your corkscrew out of your bag practically every time. So, put your corkscrew in an easy-to-access pocket, take it out of your bag as you approach the checkpoint, and put it in a change tray along with other minor metal items. The inspector will give it a quick once-over and you'll be on your way.
So, why, you may wonder, only four stars? The answer is that this item arrives in a plastic box with a plastic foam lining way over-packaged and you end up just throwing that box and foam material away and sending it to the landfill. This over-packaging is completely unnecessary.