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Lockdown Flip Top Bottle Stopper by True

2.3 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

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  • Made of chrome and two-tone rubber
  • Push down on level to seal wine bottles
  • Protect your wine from air changing the flavor and aroma
  • Fits standard bottles snugly to prevent air getting into your wine
  • Makes a great gift or stocking stuffer
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Product Description

The rubber ring of this stopper creates an airtight seal, while the chrome flip top is easy to push. Save your wine from air. This is a must accessory for any home wine cabinet.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 7.5 x 3.2 x 2 inches
Item Weight 3.8 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer True
ASIN B0027HPR5W
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Item model number 401
Customer Reviews
2.3 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

2.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #219,172 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#887 in Kitchen & Dining > Bar Tools & Glasses > Wine Stoppers & Pourers > Wine Stoppers
#9,131 in Kitchen & Dining > Wine Accessories
#10,005 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets > Bar & Wine Tools
Date first available at Amazon.com April 24, 2009

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By Eric Behnke on April 22, 2010
I have used a variety of stoppers and have different stoppers for each type of bottle. This stopper is the best of all of them, I use it for liquor, wine, champagne...I can stand the bottle up, lay it down, it doesn't matter. The flip top action with the rubber construction is the most effective stopper out there!
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I use this stopper on my 1 liter glass sparkling water bottles. It seals tight and it has a very solid construction and is very easy to flip up and down. It can be a little hard to remove because of the tight fit and it can be scary loud the way the bottle pops when it comes out but you know it works. The other stoppers out there don't work and/or wear out very fast.

It didn't hold the pressure on a 1.5 liter plastic bottle probably because the bottle mouth was too wide. I kind of doubt that it would be effective on champagne bottles. I'm pretty sure it would work on 1 liter/32 oz or less glass carbonated drinks, though.

Update: 1 Feb 2014
The first five star review above was for my first one that lasted three years but finally wore out.

The second one I bought in late 2013 doesn't hold any pressure at all so I changed the rating to one star. It is not just a quality control problem. The top doesn't even clamp down.

In any case, this is definitely garbage. Any stopper would be better. This single pack is just as bad as the three pack now. I'll have to look for something completely different.
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I recently bought all the kinds of stoppers I could find, because the reviews were too ambiguous to judge what I need. I prefer the Zyliss, but I also tried this one, and it works pretty well. It's not tight like the Zyliss stoppers, but it holds in the liquid. I am currently employing it on a bottle of wine that goes down slowly, but I don't know if I'd trust it for long on carbonated beverages, like Coca-Cola in glass bottles with the caps that require an opener. I think it's adequate for those uses, but where there is a choice, I probably would use the Zyliss. If this one is cheaper or more accessible, it's probably fine. It's a heavy-duty version of the old plastic stoppers with the metal lever.

It has a bottle-opener on its handle, which is one thing the new Zyliss stoppers do NOT have. If that's an advantage for you, then by all means get this. It won't disappoint you. But if you want a stopper you can put in a Coke bottle and shake it up, without spraying Coke everywhere, then this probably isn't the one. Hey, not everyone shakes up their coke bottles!
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Call me old fashioned, but I buy bottle stoppers to stop up bottles, not to make a design statement. For me, stopping up the bottle means one of two things: no entry of air into wine bottles; or, no escape of CO2 from carbonated beverage bottles.

This stopper doesn't do it. To the contrary, after you close a bottle with this stopper, you can just pull the whole stopper out the bottle even while the lever is in the sealed position. I.e., the bottle is not sealed. And I'm not mighty mouse. I'm retired and go to the gym once or twice a week for light workouts.

Years back, stoppers like these had bottoms that twisted to make them larger or smaller. That way, you could change the size of the stopper to closely match the bottle opening and tightly seal bottoms of different sizes. Not these babies, though.

For wine, I've gone back to tapered corks, which seal fine and are easy to insert or extract with a light pull. For carbonated beverages, I now only buy bottles with twist tops and seal them up again. I keep a few extra assorted tops to replace ones that I lose. Either method is cheaper and more effective than this item.
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By Sam on February 17, 2013
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The Flip Top Bottle Stoppers I bought work fine, if you use them on a bottle they happen to fit.
The problem here is that there is apparently no standard for the inside diameter of beer bottles near the cap . I did not have any wine bottles to test. As such, these stoppers were a little too small to seal any of the beer bottles I tried them on , although the fit was close on some brands.
I'm going to keep the stoppers just in case I find something they fit. Meanwhile, I bought a standard number 2 rubber stopper and a slightly larger number 3 rubber stopper ( available from laboratory supply stores)and between the two of them they fit every bottle I tried them on
(although they aren't necessarily made from food grade rubber). Cork stoppers may also work, although a short tapered cork is likely to leak carbonation, and will become damaged after a couple of uses. If you buy about three significantly different types of bottle stoppers, you stand a good chance of having one that fits your bottle, and they will be made from food grade materials.
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As stated in the title-- don't waste your time on this one. It doesn't clamp adequately --frequently tilts within the bottle neck. Hence no seal. It doesn't fill enough of the bottle neck to seal.
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Do you drink 3 ounces with your wine every dinner? Re-corking the bottle couldn't be simpler and more effective. Just place the stopper into the bottle, press the handle down to seal it, pull the handle up when you're ready to open it again and pull the stopper out. It's simple and effective.
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