Screwpull Trilogy Table Corkscrew
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- Self-pulling corkscrew for effortless bottle opening
- Pushes extracted cork back off screw without damaging the cork
- Works on any size wine bottle and any type cork (including synthetic)
- Ergonomic-handle and soft-touch panels for comfort
- One-piece construction for easy use
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Designed in Europe and engineered with the highest quality materials for strength and durability, Screwpull's new Trilogy line also features luxurious, soft touch panels for extra comfort. Non-stick coating and perfectly shaped points ensure frictionless opening. Plus, this innovative new line of Trilogy corkscrews and bottle-opening accessories was awarded the 2004 Cooking Club of America Kitchen Tested Seal of Approval from Cooking Pleasures magazine. --Brian Olson
Top Customer Reviews
You just place the corkscrew on the bottle, then turn the handle clockwise. It's big and rubber, and easy to turn & grip. The corkscrew goes down into the bottle, and actually lifts the cork out, as you continue to turn it clockwise.
Then, to get the cork off of the corkscrew, you just turn the handle counter-clockwise.
I'm so glad I splurged and quit struggling with cheap corkscrews. You do still need the use of both of your hands, one to squeeze the corkscrew against the bottle, and the other to turn the handle. But, it did not require much strength at all.
It's also attractive, and comes in a sturdy plastic box, which is nice, as it won't get scratched up in my messy kitchen utensil drawer!
Somehow the pressure applied by this corkscrew will allow the most feeble cork to turn and lift.
The design can not be improved too much - so simple. This is the corkscrew everyone should use.
*One 4 star review was over concern that the plastic may not prove sturdy. Anything can fail. If mine does, I'll let you know.
*Another 4 star review resulted because the reviewer could not remove the cork easily. I don't under stand this one. I turn the corkscrew the other way and the cork comes right off.
*The 3-star review found it no different from a regular corkscrew. I drink only occasionally, so perhaps we have very different ideas of a regular corkscrew. Mine is the standard wing handle (with a screw, not a spiral. I have some standards, after all!) that you can pick up in any housewares department. The Screwpull is so much better than that that there's no comparison.
Five stars from this reviewer, no question!
Back two years later to say that I bought a vertical rabbit for someone with osteo arthritis to be faster and easier to use than the Screwpull and replace it. Surprise! Surprise! She can't use the rabbit (too hard to pull up the handle to pull the cork), but the Screwpull keeps doing its job!
But then again, it is very reasonably priced. And it's very easy to use.
I've had the "easy" kind of Screwpull before, and there is a danger you will bend the corkscrew. With this one, the risk is minimal.
We have perhaps 5 or 6 different corkscrews in our house... most of them the familiar "waiter" style of folding tool. This Trilogy unit is the one we use 90% of the time.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the best, the most ingenious corkscrew ever. Bought one and after some years managed to break it (not sure how it happened but one of the plastic sides snapped). Read morePublished 9 months ago by Finngirl
I LOVE this corkscrew. We have had so many over the years, I just took them for granted. No big deal. However, when I received this Le Creuset Screwpull, I was SOLD. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Dooney
works great. we still have and use this thing all the time.Published 18 months ago by 300blackoutguy
Nothing special, works well as a corkscrew but no better than many I have used.Published on July 7, 2014 by Jeff2468
I've went through a number of more expensive and more elaborate corkscrew -which all failed - before settling for this one. Nothing fancy, not the slickest or fastest ... Read morePublished on September 26, 2013 by George R.
A tool that works well, even on synthetic corks. The screw is straight, coated with something like teflon, strong, yet slender. Read morePublished on May 6, 2013 by a.c.
Very easy to use. The foil cutter is great, works great on all the wine bottles I've tried it on.Published on February 27, 2013 by Andrew Survivor
I've owned a closet full of screw pulls over the years. I bought the first one on the market years ago. They all broke. They are all made of plastic. Read morePublished on February 14, 2013 by Amazon Customer
one cork pulled out pretty easily - and then i could not get the cork off the screw. after many attempts i finally was able to remove the corkscrew from the body and then remove... Read morePublished on January 9, 2013 by margaret cummins