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Waring Pro WO40 Cordless Wine Opener, Black/Brushed Stainless
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- Removes up to 50 natural or synthetic corks on one full charge
- Compact, cordless and lightweight design
- Comes with NiMH battery pack and rechargeable base unit
- Includes foil cutter that stores in charging base
- Limited five year motor warranty
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|Color||Black/Brushed Stainless||Black||Stainless Steel||Black/Stainless|
|Height||10.88 inches||15.5 inches||10 inches||15.5 inches|
|Item Weight||Information not provided||48 ounces||2.35 pounds||3.8 pounds|
|Material||Polycarbonate||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
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Top Customer Reviews
I really wanted this thing to work. Fortunately it was a re-gift from someone else (never used so they had no idea it didn't work, but they don't drink wine and had no use for it). The wife is talking about putting it in a yard sale but I would feel guilty if someone bought it even if they only paid a dime for it.
All the foil cutters are the same generic piece of junk. Waring only added more junk with a mediocre wine opener with batteries that are not replaceable and failed within a short period of time. You could probably find something of equal quality for half the price. Just consider it a novelty item if you're giving it as a gift since chances are it will fail within a very short period of use. I did take the unit apart after it was failing. It has two non-replaceable NiMH batteries, totaling 4V soldered into a 6V motor, which probably explains the weak initial pull strength and the subsequent rapid fail rate.
In short, feel free to buy this or one of the other dozen or so models as a gift to friends who will be polite enough not to tell you what a piece of junk it it is.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the 2nd one of these that I have purchased. I tried many others in the past but this one works the best.Published 5 months ago by Tom W Greenaway
This machine is a complete DUD. It's not even worth one star. I set the machine up and charged the battery overnight. The next day I opened two bottles with no problem. Read morePublished 9 months ago by DBH
Boy I loved this when I first got it. And it seemed to work okay for the first few rounds. But as others have commented, at least a third of the time there was a problem with the... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Donna
Last year I bought a Waring Pro WO50B. It worked well for a few weeks, then stopped working. Customer Service said I should return it for repair. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Mimsie
I just got this at an office Christmas party gift auction. What a pointless device. Does EVERYTHING have to be electrified? Read morePublished 20 months ago by C. ANZIULEWICZ
Unit does not have enough torque to remove some corks. Does not always expel corks - need to dig them out of extractor about half the time. Read morePublished 21 months ago by R. Feldman
I liked the premium aluminum look so I bought it as a present for my brother in law. He was so excited since they are amateur wine enthusiasts and they go through quite a bit of... Read morePublished on May 21, 2014 by Stanluca L.