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Screwpull S1015-31 Table Corkscrew, Black
Screwpull Table Model Corkscrew, Black
Table corkscrew effortlessly prepares wine bottles for serving
2-1/2-inch corkscrew employs excellent leverage to remove even stubborn corks with ease
Classic self-pulling mechanism.
Handsome black finish; engravable for personalized gift-giving.
Measures approximately 5 by 10 by 1 inches; 5-year limited warranty.
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36 of 36 found the following review helpful:
Screw Pull Wine OpenerJun 26, 2007
By Deam W. Given
This is the hands-down, best wine cork remover in the world. Inexpensive, small and lightweight, it never fails to pull out a cork, even ones that have dried up and stuck in the bottle's necks. It lasts and lasts. I've had one since the 1970s and I've pulled a lot of corks with it over its lifetime.
28 of 28 found the following review helpful:
Easiest and most efficient corkscrew I have used.Mar 12, 2007
By J. Williams
Older arthritic hands appreciate this efficient product which never fails (i.e. leaving part of the cork in the bottle). Easier to use for younger hands as well. The product takes very little drawer storage space.
24 of 26 found the following review helpful:
Ideal for the casual home drinkerJan 09, 2007
By P. G Lee
Unlike the auger type of corkscrew openers, this won't damage your cork so you won't get much cork residue and you can reuse your cork without any worries of the cork falling apart or getting flakes falling into your wine. The lever, rabbit style, corkscrews are certainly quicker and easier, but if you aren't pulling multiple bottles at a time, this is the right tool for the job - simple, inexpensive, compact, and works consistently well. I've had this for years and it works as well today as it did 4 years ago. The screw is coated making the insertion smooth, but is showing some slight cosmetic wear. The only concern is that it's all plastic, so it's not a good tool for heavy-duty professional use. Perhaps if they had a metal one, I'd rate it higher.
9 of 9 found the following review helpful:
Not as Fast as the Pocket ModelOct 13, 2008
By New England Yankee
The Screwpull Table Model is almost identical to their pocket model except for the handle. The Pocket Model is actually the better of the two - it's quite a bit faster, has more leverage, and stores in a smaller space. 4 stars for this version, 5 for the Pocket.
The pocket version is here: Screwpull Pocket Model Corkscrew, Black
8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
Good design + Simplicity = Excellent productDec 13, 2009
By Prof Ed U. Cate
Works wonderfully well for an amazingly simple design. The easiest and simplest corkscrew I have ever owned.
In place of this one, I was considering to buy Screwpull Trilogy Table Corkscrew but did not want to pay the extra $10. I am glad I did not. Because, this table model actually works on the same principle and could not possibly be improved on ease of use.
It is a two piece unit: one drill piece, one holder piece that positions and the drill and holds in it place. The holder is plastic and does not seem too durable to me. The two pieces are detached and you need to pay attention to store them together.
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