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Wine Enthusiast Legacy Corkscrew, Antique Pewter
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- Regal replica of an antique corkscrew promise years of effort-free openings
- Works on natural and synthetic
- Inner workings and grapevine-relief casing made of lasting zinc alloy
- Worm removes corks
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Our bestseller-now better than ever! Enhancements to our regal replica of an antique corkscrew promise years of effort-free openings. A smooth-gliding, coated worm removes corks (natural and synthetic) with a simple pull of the handle. Inner workings and grapevine-relief casing made of lasting zinc alloy. Antique pewter finish. Mounts on your bar or our table stand. Size: 8-1/2"H This corkscrew is synthetic cork friendly.
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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I bought this to replace my identical but broken one that was several years old. Mine stopped pulling out the cork. The screw/worm would go in and simply pull right back out of the cork, leaving a hole. Mine was in perfect cosmetic shape, which is why I hesitated to buy a new one, but the interior replacement part(s) would have cost me more than the cost of this brand new one.
This model clamps on to your counter, or a shelf, or to a sold-separately stand. It is large and heavy, so be sure to choose a sturdy counter/shelf. I would not advise installing it on a glass shelf. The handle operates smoothly. It is a pull and then push back maneuver to remove the cork, while you hold onto the clamp. It is easy to use and works smoothly. Takes about 5 seconds to open a bottle of wine (be sure to cut the top foil off with a knife or foil tool first). You can also use this to put the cork back in by reversing the motion. After you've opened the bottle, if you don't plan to use this to put the cork back in later, make sure you push the handle back to drop out the cork -- or you'll have a problem next time you try to use it to uncork a new bottle (the cork will still be inside).
A trick to remember which way it goes, is that you "pull" the handle towards you to "pull" the cork out, and "push" the handle away from you to "push" the cork back in. That sounds silly until the unit is in front of you and I've heard some people say it's confusing which way it goes!
When the screw on unit #2 wore out, the replacement was so expensive I bought a new unit (it is difficult to install the replacement cork screw and put the unit back together and I am a mechanical engineer).