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Lockdown Flip Top Bottle Stopper by True
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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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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.
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!
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have another stopper my mom got from a stopper ware party. This product does not provide a tight seal like that one. Read morePublished 28 days ago by M. Hollyfield
is not wide enough to seal a bottle of wine, so pretty useless.Published 5 months ago by gennifer gates
Unfortunately it broke soon after I bought it. It fit OK initially but soon after the rubber band which is pulled to seal the bottle when the lever is depressed, broke.Published on March 1, 2014 by Amazon Customer
I like sparkling wine but I only want one glass a day and therefore the bottle usually goes flat before I'm finished. Read morePublished on December 27, 2013 by Twinkle164
When I laid the bottle down in my cooler the cap fell out. The red wine shot out of the bottle like Niagra.Published on June 10, 2013 by Vern villager
This is a very useful wine stopper; it gives a very tight closure, and it is so easy to operate.Published on December 4, 2012 by katie zhu