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- Remove air from your wine bottle to keep wine tasting new for up to a week!
- Contains 1 Black Wine Saver Vacuum Pump and 2 Grey Vacuum Bottle Stoppers.
- Suitable for all Red and White Wines.
- Just insert the universal wine stopper into the bottle and pump until you hear the patented "Click". The "Click" signals an air tight seal!
- Made in the Netherlands
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Vacu Vin Wine Saver Pump
Insert the Wine Stopper into the bottle.
Lift handle up and down to extract air.
Click sound indicates the optimum vacuum is reached.
Keeps your bottle fresh for days!.
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The Original Vacu Vin Wine Saver was the first of many patented Vacu Vin inventions and the first of its kind on the market. Vacu Vin’ has revolutionized the wine preservation process. It is now used in over 35 million households and more than 80 countries throughout the world.
The Vacu Vin Wine Saver extracts the air from an opened wine bottle and re-seals it using a rubber stopper. The airtight vacuum inhibits the oxidation process that is responsible for the deterioration of wine. The vacuum is created by placing a stopper into the neck of the opened bottle and pumping it until you hear the patented "click". The "click indicates" when a sufficient airtight environment has been established. Simply pull stopper to break seal and remove, pour your favorite wine when ready to enjoy, reinsert stopper and remove air to seal again. Reusable stoppers last for years.
Hand wash only. Not suitable for sparkling wines.
Vacu Vin was established in 1986 in Delft, the Netherlands. For over 30 years this family-owned company has evolved into the leading brand within the housewares industry, offering an array of barware accessories and kitchen gadgets that are characterized by their quality and innovative functionality. Vacu Vin’s product portfolio also includes award-winning Wine Coolers, Pineapple Slicers and other gadgets now used in over 35 million households and more than 80 countries throughout the world. A specialist, European in-house design team are constantly striving to add new items to the company’s ever-evolving product portfolio to satisfy the demands of the savvy, modern-day consumer.
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The pump does not click when a sufficient vacuum has been pulled. It's cheap and wobbly. The two stoppers it came with are made of a rubbery black material. There is no "Vacu Vin" labeling on the pump. This appears to be some cheap knock off.
1) Drink it all at once. This leaves my 90lb wife in a pile on the bathroom floor. No fun.
2) Leave it open. The cheap stuff we buy goes bad pretty darn fast. She either drinks the stale wine, or makes sangria.
This was a nice cheap vacuum that worked well and held a seal on a variety of sized bottles. My wife can enjoy a glass a day all week and not feel guilty about it going bad. I won't say that it's saved my marriage or anything like that, but it's nice little addition to our kitchen.
PRO TIP: Other reviewers have stated that they have a difficult time pumping till they hear the click. I'm really not sure why they are having issues. It must be their form. My fiance can do it as well and she is no bodybuilder. Place your wine bottle on a flat surface and make sure you are above it. If you are at a table, make sure it's stable and can handle you pushing down with force on it. I would suggest placing the bottle on a kitchen counter or even the floor than a table. To get the best angle, be sure you are above the pump.
The problem is that the wine that is inside your bottle has already been exposed to a lot of air upon initial opening. Don't be fooled into thinking that you will have unlimited amounts of time to finish your bottle. I would say that your wine will have maybe an extra day or two tops before it starts to lose it's quality. I have definitely had wines where I have pumped the crap out of them and had them go completely bad about a week later.
Well recently I bought my husband a new pump that came with 6 stoppers since sometimes we have parties and have more than two bottles left open and unfinished. The new one I got is a different brand entirely but I liked it because it had plenty of extra stoppers. Turns out this one is so much better!! The other one makes no indication of when you are done sucking out the air. The pumps don't get easier so the first pump feels the same as the 100th pump. When you pull the pump off the little stopper does seem to be secure but you can pull it out without pushing the air release button so it can't work that well. Anyhow, all this to say this Vacu Vin Wine Saver is the one to get. I will just buy some more little stoppers for the pump we already have and return the pump I just bought that was more money and didn't work.
I noticed some folks were complaining about the lack of instructions. Guys, it's a pump. It takes out air. You put the stopper in the bottle, pump on top, and... pump out the air. When you hear a click, which is apparently a patented indicator held by Vacu Vin, you know you've reached "optimum vacuum level." Easy as taking a swig.
The stoppers are made of rubber and the pump is plastic. It feels cheap (expected for the price) but I've dropped it here and there and it stands up to my abuse.
I even use the Vacu Vin to keep other things fresh, like coffee. Suddenly, empty wine bottles have many more uses.