Metrokane Houdini Lever-style Corkscrew, Blue
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- Innovative engineering from the makers of the Rabbit corkscrew
- Removes corks in seconds
- Compatible with wine bottles of all sizes
- All-metal gears and ergonomic grip; comes with foilcutter
- 5-year warranty
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All you have to do is push down on the lever, pull it up, and like magic the corkscrew is out. The Houdini Lever-Style Corkscrew can pull a cork from any size bottle in seconds, and without so much as an abracadabra, it automatically releases the cork, too. Tested for 20,000 pulls, this tool is made to last through a lifetime of dinner parties, but includes an extra spiral screw just in case. Gift set features a handy foil cutter that easily removes the foil cap. All-metal gears, soft-grip handles and shiny enameled finish. Imported.
Like the handcuff king it's named for, the Metrokane Houdini lever-style corkscrew works so easily it practically defies explanation. The Houdini was designed by the innovative company that created the Rabbit corkscrew, and is both simple and effortless to use. Just close the side handles over the neck of the bottle, pull up, and--voila!--the cork's removed. Another up-and-down movement pops the cork off the corkscrew. Metrokane corkscrews are independently tested for 20,000 cork pulls; tests assume replacement of the spiral after 1,000 pulls. Made with durable all-metal gear parts, the Houdini works with any size wine bottle. Its polycarbonate handles are ergonomically-designed and finished with a polished luster. Metrokane includes a matching foil cutter and a five-year warranty. --Emily Bedard
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But after opening only two bottles of wine, the corkscrew portion itself, the part that moves up and down stopped doing that. It will now only push a cork into a bottle. I almost did that before I realized that it wasn't going to work anymore.
It just stopped turning the corkscrew.
The idea is a good one but apparently you either have to spend more, or get a different brand.
I may have gotten a dud, but, I remember thinking that the construction seemed a little loosey-goosey when I received it, but who knew.