Oneida Waiter's Corkscrew
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
- Fold-away foil-cutter blade for poping wine corks and de-cap bottles
- Made of hand polished stainless steel to prevent tarnish or corrosion
- Measures 4-inch long when folded
- Safe to use in dishwasher
- Comes with Comes with a lifetime warranty
Customers also shopped for
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Say goodbye to the disappointment of broken corks and put physics to work by effortlessly redirecting your pulling force through the clever engineering of Oneida's waiter's corkscrew. Oneida barware sports a classic look, reflecting the intrinsic aesthetic pleasures that come from fixing a mixed drink with elegant, hand-polished tools of the trade. Accuracy and style are the trademarks of a superior home mixologist, and both are more easily procured with the proper accouterments.
This handsome, hand-polished stainless-steel waiter's corkscrew is a compact, all-in-one tool for home entertaining that fits easily into a pocket. Folded, it measures a little more than 4 inches long, but it's plenty big and sturdy enough to pop wine corks and de-cap bottles. Unlike most wing-style corkscrews, this one also has a folding foil-cutter blade for prepping the bottle before opening. On the flip side, getting the hang of the lever action for pulling corks does take a little practice, but the result has its own rewards. Salute! --Dale Steinke
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
This was my mindset as I tried the Oneida Waiter's Corkscrew. I'm pleased with the sturdiness. The screw seems to be well fabricated and is distinctly heavier gauge than I've used before. You feel the screw turn into the cork.
I'm also pleased with the other aspects of design. It fits in the hand. The visuals are clean and simple. It does fine on bottlecaps.
The only thing I would ask for would be a bit more length in the handle. One encounters the occasional tough cork. Having the extra bit of leverage can really come in handy.
Meanwhile I'll be keeping this one.
Seriously, I have had a metrokane rabbit, numerous knock-offs, the wing design and other waiter styles and this one is simply the best. The rabbits broke after one or two stubborn corks and the others would shred older corks or have pieces fall off, etc.
The beauty of this one is the simplicity of its design. The worm is just the right length so you don't go too far into the cork and end up with little bits of it in your wine. The open worm design (as opposed to the solid shaft design) also cleanly removes the entire cork (which is great in older wines) without breakage in one shot.
This corkscrew does require a little more effort to use when compared to a rabbit but its extremely sturdy and very nice looking. Most importantly, it has worked for me hundreds of times, if not a thousand... and it worked everytime, beautifully.
I am a winemaker and serious collector so I've used a lot of different corkscrews. They all have their pluses and minuses, but funny how I always come back to this one. Forget the $50, $100, or even $200 models and go with this one. Besides...the extra $100 you save could be spent on a nice Mondavi Reserve instead :)