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on August 18, 2017
The information about this product from Amazon is terribly inaccurate. See image attached from the Amazon website, which shows that these stoppers are silicone. However, as the packaging shows (see photo attached), they are made of a synthetic rubber (styrene-butadiene rubber, SBR), a material that may be toxic. (I would add links to research, but Amazon does not allow outside links in reviews. Search for "styrene-butadiene rubber toxicity" to find the information.) Big fail for both Amazon and Rabbit, and a real waste of my time. Beware. I'll be returning these NOW!!!!! And I will no longer trust Amazon descriptions or Rabbit products.
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on January 3, 2018
I have given these 3 chances to work. They haven’t. After about 2-3 hours, these have flown out of the bottle. I have pushed them into the bottle as much as they will go, and still happens. I’m very confused by these. This has happened with 2 different wine bottles. Amazon has told me to keep the item and has refunded me the money. It’s unfortunate because these are super cute.
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on May 10, 2017
These stoppers are phenomenal. They do the job and do it well. I used to reuse the corks which either expanded or became misshapen once the bottle was opened. It was not visually appealing, and more importantly, I was afraid of corking the wine and leaving bits and pieces of it in the bottle (a terrible wine-drinking experience if that happens). Not anymore! These are designed for easy insertion and removal, yet maintain the freshness of a newly opened bottle. No spillage or leaking if the bottle is tipped, the ribbed edges keep air out and liquid in. They're cute and brightly colored. And for the price, you can't beat them. Buy this!
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on February 24, 2015
We lay our bottles sideways in the refrigerator and use these for all opened bottles. They work perfectly with the reds and some whites but we have twice had Riesling (a sweet but not bubbly wine) blow the tops off and what a mess! The first time, a partial glass had been poured before storage so we resolved to never store Riesling without removing a full glass. We have just finished cleaning up the second mess from a bottle with a full glass removed.

On a side note, we have searched for 2-4 bottle refrigerator wine holders which will hold the bottle at a slight angle to reduce spillage if the cork does blow out. There are none to be found.
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on April 8, 2017
These work very well as wine stoppers. We have even turned bottles on their sides in the refrigerator and the stopper stayed in. However, they are not tight enough for sparkling wine - unless they are on a shelf that is close enough to the shelf above to hold it in place - the stopper will probably slip out. That is especially true if you lay the sparkling wine bottle on its side. That said, you can use these in normal wine bottles with high confidence.
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on December 30, 2011
I was first gifted a couple of Metrodane silicone wine stoppers from a friend and found them to be a really great product. They stay secure in the bottle even if the bottle is on its side. The unused portion of the beverage stays fresh and the stopper is easy to clean. I have turned around and gifted multiple sets to friends and we all agree on the quality of this product. GREAT!
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on March 28, 2014
I received these wine stoppers as a gift a while back and I liked them so much that I went and bought this product for my mom for Christmas. You can literally put these stoppers in and tip the bottle upside down and it won't spill. I'd be careful and I wouldn't recommend tipping your bottles upside down all the time, but I tried it and there were no spills. It's also good for once you've gotten through about half a bottle and the clumsiness starts kicking in. I also love that these stoppers are dishwasher safe and no matter how long they're been sitting in a bottle, they come totally clean in the dishwasher and don't retain any smell from the previous bottles. I also like that they don't stick up above the bottle too much so if your fridge is tight on space, these stoppers don't take up much room in addition to your wine bottle, which is a consistent problem with my fridge.
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on October 21, 2015
these have been the perfect wine stoppers. i have used these for a while now and i have nothing but good things to say. they have kept my SPARKLING wine very fresh and for a very long time. the stopper reseals the pressure perfectly. and of course, other wines are kept fresh too. i was a bit iffy when i first bought them cuz of the colors and i didnt know much about what i needed. BUT, they are cheap and totally worth every penny. they work for their purpose, plain and simple. cant beat the value.or the utility.
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on June 24, 2013
My father-in-law used to work up a sweat at the end of dinner when there was wine left in the bottle using one of those pump-the-air-out-of-the-bottle things, puffing and panting and doing his best to make sure no air stayed in that bottle.

I have a different approach. Firstly, I try not to leave any wine in the bottle at all, I find that to be the most effective solution to wine going bad. However, if I cannot, I use a Metrokane Rabbit.

A Metrokane rabbit is not a rabbit that has adjusted to life in the city, no, it is a wine bottle stopper that firstly, requires no huffing, puffing, sweating and effort (who wants that (in the kitchen) after drinking a few glasses?), and that secondly, fit neatly and securely into a wine bottle, such that it can be left to rest horizontally with no fear of spillage. And honestly, I can't tell any difference between my approach and his (and I don't have a red face when I've stoppered my bottle).

So in short, these things work wonderfully, but one word of warning - they tend to be 'borrowed' by wine drinking friends, so make sure you buy a few. Once they see the rabbit, and they have some wine in them for courage, they steal the rabbit when your back is turned.
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on July 21, 2016
Fits wine bottles perfectly and they don't pop out like all the others seem to do. I cook alot with wine, don't drink it so I need to keep it fresh in the fridge at least a week and sometimes 2 weeks but it always went flat even with rubber/silicone stoppers because they would work/slip out of the opening just enough to let air back in which ruined the wine, but not with these!! These are great little stoppers and do EXACTLY what they claim to do!!
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