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$149.99 list($199.99)
2. Screwpull Elegance Lever Model
$50.00 list($134.00)
3. Screwpull S00023 Lever Model Corkscrew
$79.99 $74.95 list($110.00)
4. Metrokane Rabbit Wine Opener Gift
list($139.00)
5. Screwpull Lever Model Wine Opener
list($49.95)
6. Insta-Pull All-Metal Gear Wine
$69.99 $49.94 list($79.99)
7. Metrokane #6010 Six Piece Rabbit
$19.99 list($24.99)
8. MIU France Zinc Alloy Wine Opener
$49.99 list($54.99)
9. Vacu Vin WineMaster Corkscrew
$89.95 $49.95 list($99.99)
10. Metrokane Deluxe Rabbit with Foilcutter
$79.99 $76.98 list($89.99)
11. Metrokane #6017 Six Piece Rabbit
$120.00 list($125.00)
12. Metrokane VIP Edition Leather
$139.90
13. Bronze Estate Opener Combo Pack
$99.95
14. Chateau Laguiole Corkscrew Black
$29.99 list($49.99)
15. WMF Vino 2-Piece Wine Opener Set
$79.99 list($90.00)
16. BonJour 12230-42 Chateau Deluxe
$6.99
17. Pedrini Black & Satin 6-Inch
$49.95
18. Laguiole Faux Wood Lacquered Corkscrew
$59.99 list($70.00)
19. BonJour 12255-42 Chateau Royale
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Asin: B000665W2O
Catlog: Kitchen
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2. Screwpull Elegance Lever Model Corkscrew Gift Set
list price: $199.99
our price: $149.99
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Asin: B00014WPU8
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Screwpull
Sales Rank: 7939
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Corkscrew is 6 inches high with 8-inch handles; weighs just under 2 pounds; 10-year warranty
  • Professional corkscrew set; includes foil cutter, stopper, storage stand, and attractive gift box
  • Steel handle; matte plastic body; glides smoothly through corks; removes them neatly
  • Clamp grip to hold bottle steady; single-push action; ergonomic design
  • Should be wiped clean with soft cloth; can open 2,000 bottles before replacing screw

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Just broke...but it took 5 years.
We received this screwpull as a gift 5 years ago and it just recently stopped pulling corks. A little strange, screw goes in and screw unscrews right out. I have an email into Le Creuset. They claim they have it warrantied for 10 years so I hope they will fix it.

I have never used the cheaper versions, but I know that you get what you pay for and this is definitely a well constructed unit.

I hope to follow up when I hear back from Le Creuset (Scewpull). ... Read more


3. Screwpull S00023 Lever Model Corkscrew with Foilcutter and Bonus Stopper
list price: $134.00
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Asin: B0000DDUSH
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Screwpull
Sales Rank: 378
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Amazon.com Review

Professional wine connoisseurs favor the Screwpull corkscrew for its effortless and split-second cork removal, and this Screwpull set, complete with foil cutter and stopper, makes a wonderful gift for the at-home wine consumer. First introduced in 1979, the Screwpull Lever model has been through many improvements since to achieve the reputation it has today. The uniquely designed wine opener works by cranking the handle forward and lining the worm up in the center of your wine bottle’s cork. Bringing the handle back upward drives the worm into the cork and then cranking it swiftly down again lifts it out of the bottle. Another swift up-and-down motion ejects the cork from the worm. By simultaneously squeezing the grips, you can catch the cork before it drops and stains your tablecloth. Screwpull’s S00023 Lever model is constructed with a high-quality mechanism that lasts up to five times longer than other Lever models. In addition, it has a Teflon-coated screw for easier cork release that is guaranteed to open 2,000 bottles of wine before dulling. As an added bonus this Lever model comes with Screwpull’s patented four-wheel foilcutter and an attractive stainless-steel stopper with a rubber seal that preserves wine for up to two days. Screwpull covers this corkscrew under a 10-year guarantee. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

Features

  • Stainless-steel wine stopper preserves wine for up to two days
  • Includes Screwpull wine opener, foilcutter, stainless-steel bottle stopper, gift box
  • Removes corks from bottles in seconds
  • Teflon-coated screw opens 2,000 bottles before dulling
  • Patented foilcutter removes foil crown from bottles

4. Metrokane Rabbit Wine Opener Gift Set, Silver
list price: $110.00
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B000063K7G
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Metrokane
Sales Rank: 97
Average Customer Review: 4.56 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

A great gift for a wine lover, this powerful, award-winning tool effortlessly extracts the cork from any wine bottle in 3 seconds with simple lever action. Handles with comfortable rubberized padding easily clamp onto a bottle's neck; the lever drives the tough worm into the cork with a push and then pulls the cork out cleanly with a simple pull. Releasing the cork involves the same action, only with the handles clamped onto the cork. Ruggedly constructed of polycarbonate and reinforced nylon, the cork puller has the heft of a fine, precise high-tech tool and comes by its name, Rabbit, because it resembles a bunny's head. Metrokane corkscrews are independently tested for 20,000 cork pulls; tests assume replacement of the spiral after 1,000 pulls.

This model of the Rabbit has a velvety, silver finish, as do the four tools accompanying it. The tools include a squeeze-and-twist foil cutter to strip away the foil covering a cork, a drip-stop ring that fits onto any size wine bottle to prevent stains on table linen, a sealer that twists so tightly into any size bottle's neck it preserves even Champagne bubbles, and a "wax whacker" that flips the wax tablet off a wine cork. Also included is a replacement worm--the installed worm wears out after 20,000 or so corks. The Rabbit and tools all fit snugly into a padded storage case with a hinged lid. The cork puller carries a 10-year warranty against failure. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • 10-year warranty
  • Striking, easy-to-use, powerful device pulls wine cork in 3 seconds
  • Ruggedly constructed of polycarbonate and reinforced nylon
  • Foilcutter, drip-stop ring, bottle sealer, wax remover, and extra worm included
  • All items fit into padded, hinge-top storage case

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars Easiest corkscrew ever!!!
I could *not* believe my eyes the first time I saw someone use a Rabbit. I've shredded SO many corks and even broken bottles trying to get corks out. I've tried so many different kinds of corkscrews (and the two-pronged non-screw-type cork-pullers), and I've been all kinds of frustrated. I'm a big and strong guy, and I've still been frustrated at how hard some corkscrews are to use.
Enter the Rabbit. It's hard to visualize from the picture, but it is SUPER-EASY, once you figure it out.
1) Flip the top over, away from the cork, raising the screw (sometimes called the "worm")
2) Place the two handles on either side of the bottle-neck, positioning the tip of the worm over the cork.
3) Squeeze the handles together to hold the bottle.
4) Bring the top handle up and over, which pushes the worm into the cork -- so easy you can't believe it.
5) Take the top handle back to where it started, and the cork is out! No muss, no fuss, no cuss!

They say removing the cork from the worm is just as easy, but it's not quite. The method for this is:
6) Bring the top handle back over, as if to put the cork back in the bottle, only without the bottle there.
7) Squeeze the side handles around/on the cork.
8) Bring the top handle back away to remove the worm, while holding the cork with the side handles.
That works, but the side handles don't always squeeze tight enough to hold the cork there.

Okay, the ad says "3 seconds". I put closer to ten seconds, plus five more to remove the cork (if it grips right), or 30 seconds more if it doesn't grip the cork to remove it. Still, this is the easiest and best corkscrew I've ever used, and I'd say it's WELL worth the price. The "gift set" is nice, but personally, I don't think it's worth the extra price compared to just the Rabbit without the gift set. I do, however, recommend the Metrokane "Save-the-Wine" Vacuum Pump.

Oh, one more thing -- I've heard it doesn't work well on the new plastic-style "corks", but I haven't tried it.

5-0 out of 5 stars A veritable feat of engineering!
I bought the Metrokane Rabbit as a Christmas gift for my parents and it has since become the most indispensible item in our kitchen. We drink wine every night in our house, and have been through many a corkscrew, but absolutely nothing compares to this. The Rabbit makes short work of opening a bottle of wine for even the puniest-armed of us, and indeed, has caused one or two scuffles at dinner over who gets to open the next bottle of wine! Three swift, smooth movements will open even the most stubborn bottle, and with none of the grunting, puffing and red-faced struggling that often accompanies this manouvre. There is a particular brand of white wine I drink that is next to impossible to open if you have left the bottle to chill with the cork in it, and I actually broke 3 "traditional" corkscrews trying to open one single bottle of this. Well, in the highest praise I can summon for the Rabbit, I have not had a problem with one of these bottles since I bought it. If you are a wine-drinker, or even just a lover of gadgets, buy this - now!

5-0 out of 5 stars I finally received one!!!
I love this corkscrew system. My husband just bought it for our anniversary. I have loved this corkscrew, since using it at a winery I work at in Tennessee. It never failed us and was a time saver during big events, like concerts and tastings that required a lot of bottles to be opened at a rapid rate. Definetly a must have for serious wine buffs.

5-0 out of 5 stars BEST of the BEST wine opener set!
We've been through many wine openers living in both the Northern California and Virginia wine country, but NOTHING compares to the ease and smoothness of the Metrokane Rabbit wine opener, AND it's a complete set with an extra screw, spout protector, wax remover, foil cutter, and a stopper! You can't get it for a better price (not to mention free SUPER SAVER shipping and no tax!) All our friends want one...they make GREAT gifts for GREAT friends! Get it and you'll love it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great corkscrew, great gift.
I've been using these Metrokanes for several years now and I wouldn't want to use anything else. They make absolutely anyone look like a pro opening a bottle of wine, while of course at the same time avoiding the occasional broken cork plunged into the bottle horror.
Whenever we have guests, they always comment on the Metrokane, and as a result I've found it makes a perfect gift. In particular, this silver model is extremely attractive. ... Read more


5. Screwpull Lever Model Wine Opener Gift Set
list price: $139.00
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Asin: B00000DMBO
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Screwpull
Sales Rank: 7185
Average Customer Review: 4.06 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Equipped with a newly designed, long-lasting screw, this famouslever-action cork puller can now open 2,000 bottles of wine uninterrupted (meaning youdon't need to replace the screw). That alone makes this a great gift for wineenthusiasts. But the great-gift factor ratchets up because the wine opener comesin a handsome black case as part of a set with Screwpull's foil cutter.Operating the wine opener is a kick. Swing the lever open, grip the bottleneckwith the handles, swing the lever closed, and watch the screw penetrate thecork. Now take the lever back to the open position, and the cork comes out ofthe bottle. As an added flourish, you can use the handles to grip the cork whileyou swing the lever open again, pulling the Teflon-coated screw from the corkand softly into the operator's hand. This tool is precisely engineered, andcomes with a two-year warranty against defects. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • The original lever model in classic black
  • Teflon coated worm allows cork to be removed with ease
  • Cork won't crumble or break
  • Set includes foilcutter
  • Great gift idea for wine enthusiasts

Reviews (33)

4-0 out of 5 stars Complements traditional wine
Traditional wine bottles are sealed with corks. The Screwpull does a fine job with only two simple lever movements of removing the cork. Wax-sealed corks are another matter. Wax is a challenge for all types of conventional wine openers including this one. For operation with wax I recommend removing the screw every 10 bottles and cleaning off the wax in order to preserve its slippery Teflon surface. When the screw gets coated with wax it is resistive to penetrating a cork, thus it exerts vertical pressure on the cork and drives it inside the bottle - not a good thing when your guests are wearing a white top and you're opening a bottle of red - keep those screws clean, Teflon or not.

Other than the wax issue the Screwpull works great and is a nice tool to have in the kitchen. If we all stayed away from high production wines with those waxed bottles the world would be a better place and the Screwpull would be an absolute dream. The Screwpull is well-built and sturdy - highly recommended!

5-0 out of 5 stars It doesn't get better than this
This is it--the end of the wine opener line. It takes about 2 minutes to get the hang of gracefully gripping the top of a wine bottle with the handles, and when to flip the lever up (which leads the teflon screw to do an effortless swan dive through the cork) vs. flipping it down (to extract the cork), but once you have it down, all other openers seem skimpy and pale. To pop the cork off the screw's tip, you repeat the same motions, with the handles in "closed" position: lever up, lever down. The cork plops onto the nearest surface. The humble foil cutter may seem like an accessory, but it's an essential: it usually takes about a half twist around the top to lift foil; if the cork is capped with wax instead, you don't even need the cutter--the screw slips right through wax. From foil to cork-plop takes about 10 seconds. It works on the nastiest, most resistant corks (even crumblers and stubborn synthetics). If you're entertaining, and opening more than one bottle, let your guests see you open the first--without fail, they'll want to try it. Designers love it. Engineers like to figure out what the gear mechanism is up to. Wine connoisseurs already own it. I received mine as a gift, but if it ever disappears, I'll spring for the high-altitude price. Individual pieces in this gift set are also worth owning, including the spare teflon screw--which is one of the keys to the opener's success. (After 6 months my original screw is nowhere near needing replacing.) I only wish the name of this wonderful thing matched the elegance of its design. Note: the Metrokane Rabbit is based on the same design for a notably lower price, so it's a good option--but I've tried both, and for me this is just It--it's sturdier, has a great hinged storage box that fits in a drawer, and there are no ifs. (The one time I used a Rabbit, it wouldn't let go of the extracted cork.)

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't bother
Worked fine for about a dozen bottles, then broke. Same thing happened with one my mother-in-law bought for herself. I would not recommend.

5-0 out of 5 stars Superb, but worth the money?
I love using this thing. It works perfectly. Takes up a little more room in the drawer than other corkscrews but it's flawless at extraction. But is it worth [the money paid]?? I don't think so. I found one elsewhere for half that price.

5-0 out of 5 stars What was I thinking?
My wife gave me a Screwpull many years ago. I must have pulled over 2,000 corks without changing the worm. One day, I had a problem with a cork & used brute force - so no more Screwpull.

I new that my wife had paid [$$$] & that the Rabbit (at half that price) was getting good press; so I made my second mistake.

The Rabbit started out good but the worm began to stick after a dozen corks. Another problem: when the cork didn't come out easily, the Rabbit pinched my fingers as I released the cork.

Thankfully, after 9 months, the Rabbit gave up the ghost. The worm unravelled & couldn't be removed.

I have just received a new Screwpull from Amazon. At [$$] it is competitively priced, but price is not the point. I expect the Screwpull to last indefinitely. I have learned my lesson - don't use brute force. The worm is now supposedly good for 2,000 pulls. Three or four worms should see me through.

I have seen some negative reviews for both products, but I can't identify with the problems attributed to the Screwpull. However, the more numerous negative Rabbit reviews reflect my own experience.

I have two tips. When dealing with wax seals, remove the wax before using the corkscrew. If the worm meets resistance in a cork, revert to an old fashioned corkscrew - the cork may be a high-tech product for which neither product is suited.

For those who have never used this type of product, I can say that after 10 years I have never had a cork break.

For those thinking of reviewing either product - wait until you have removed 50 corks. ... Read more


6. Insta-Pull All-Metal Gear Wine Opener
list price: $49.95
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Asin: B0000AYIXG
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Insta-Pull
Sales Rank: 249
Average Customer Review: 3.29 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited 90-day warranty
  • Classic lever-style corkscrew
  • Received "Excellent" rating by popular consumer magazine
  • All-metal gears; ergonomically designed non-slip handle
  • Includes foil cutter, extra worm

Reviews (14)

4-0 out of 5 stars Hasn't broken yet
I've had this wine opener for close to three months now and it's working very well. Not one damaged cork. But everyone else's reviews about this thing breaking down has me nervous. I only hope mine stays healthy because it is a fine product so far!

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy and fun!
I don't drink wine that often, but I do remember the trouble I used to have opening wine bottles with a corkscrew back in my waitressing days .. if only I had this wine opener! I got mine recently and have used it a few times. Once I figured out how it was supposed to work, I had absolutely no problem opening wine bottles!

I plan on using it a lot over the holiday season, I'm sure it will save a lot of time! The opener is well-made and pretty sturdy.. and it does what it's supposed to do with ease! I bought a few of these as gifts this year as well for friends who drink a lot of wine. I highly recommend it!

1-0 out of 5 stars You get what you pay for.
I purchased this wine opener for a friend of mine. I've used these lever type wine openers for years and love them. This particular model is a poor quality product. Yes it's cheap and that's what you should expect when you buy it. the mechanism is not smooth and frankly it's more work than other similarly designed but better quality openers. If you can't afford to spend more money then buy this but note you will get exactly what you pay for.

5-0 out of 5 stars Going strong... thus far!
Mine, too, has been working well since I bought it a few months ago. I own several corkscrews of this style: I throw lots of parties and like to have several bottle openers around so we're not thrown into a tizzy if one is misplaced during the course of the evening. I own one that I bought for more than 4 times the cost of this one and while it feels more sturdy, both corkscrews do their job equally well and no damaged corks! I guess I worry that this one will break after a few months, based on other reviewers' comments, but for now I think it works great, and gives real value for such a low price.

1-0 out of 5 stars No stars for this!
I CANNOT RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT. The main gear lever broke after 4 mons of use. (90 day warrentee!!) It was good while it lasted. It appears that other buyers had the same bad experience. ... Read more


7. Metrokane #6010 Six Piece Rabbit Wine Tool Kit Black Classic model
list price: $79.99
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B000063K7J
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Metrokane
Sales Rank: 944
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Features

  • 10-year warranty
  • Six-Piece Rabbit Wine Tool Kit in magnificent lucite presentataion case.
  • Includes the famous Rabbit Corkscrew plus foil cutter, drip-stop ring, wine/champagne sealer, wax whacker and extra worm.
  • All pieces finished in Metrokane special "velvet" coating.
  • Unsurpassed original Metrokane award-winning design.

8. MIU France Zinc Alloy Wine Opener
list price: $24.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B0006ABVK2
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: MIU France
Sales Rank: 914
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Features

  • Professional quality
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Come with extra screws and presentation stand
  • nickel plated zinc alloy
  • Dishwasher safe

9. Vacu Vin WineMaster Corkscrew
list price: $54.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00005BJ4K
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Vacu Vin Inc.
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Features

  • Free standing
  • Automatic corkscrew with built in foil cutter
  • Removes corks quickly and effortlessley
  • Well engineered with over 48 parts
  • Clear to allow you to see the mechanism working

10. Metrokane Deluxe Rabbit with Foilcutter
list price: $99.99
our price: $89.95
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Asin: B00005O0IV
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Metrokane
Sales Rank: 1869
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

A great gift for wine lovers, this powerful, award-winning tool effortlessly extracts the cork from any wine bottle with simple lever action. Gripping handles clamp on the bottle neck; pushing down the lever drives the tough corkscrew into the cork, and raising the lever pulls the cork out cleanly. Releasing the cork from the screw involves the same action, only with the gripping handles clamped on the cork. For strength and longevity this model is ruggedly constructed of die-cast metal and reinforced nylon, giving it the heft of a fine, precise high-tech tool. The device owes its name to handles and levers resembling rabbit ears, and gear housing shaped like the head of a bunny. Metrokane corkscrews are independently tested for 20,000 cork pulls; tests assume replacement of the spiral after 1,000 pulls. Accompanying the cork puller is a foilcutter that strips away the foil covering a cork. Both the cork puller and foilcutter fit into a handsome storage case with a hinged lid. The cork puller carries a 10-year warranty against failure. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • 10-year warranty against failure
  • Strikingly-designed, easy-to-use, powerful wine-cork puller
  • Ruggedly constructed of die-cast metal and reinforced nylon
  • Independently tested for 20,000 cork pulls
  • Foilcutter and hinge-top storage case included

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Now...a pleasure to open a bottle of wine!
I purchased the "Rabbit" for my husband this Christmas. We used to uncork wine with a typical "waiter corkscrew". We are not waiters, and would inevitably spill wine, break corks, and feel like idiots. It took a few bottles of practice to feel like a pro using the Metrokane rabbit. It's really a cool system. I've watched my husband open a bottle of wine in 10 seconds flat. My advice? Be patient. Learn the machine, and after a few tries, you'll be uncorking effortlessly!

1-0 out of 5 stars Forget the Rabbit, buy Le Creuset
I bought a plain rabbit a couple of years ago, and though i liked it, it did, at times, take a lot of strength to get a cork out. Then it broke in the sense that it would pull the cork, but not take the cork out of the corkscrew afterward. So I went shopping for a new rabbit, and read a featured review quoting bad experience (not unlike mine) and recommending the le Creuset "screwpull". Though it cost more, I did buy the Le Creuset, and love it. It is way easier to pull any cork than the Rabbit ever was!

1-0 out of 5 stars Get the same thing for $10.00
This is a very cool product, but there are a million knock-offs out there these days, and you can get them for as little as $10.00! They are almost totally identical, they look just as cool, they work just as well, and the only thing that the knock-offs don't generally have is the fancy wooden box. Cost Plus World Market sells one for $20, and Linen N Things sells one for $9.99. Some companies just don't get the idea of appropriate pricing.

4-0 out of 5 stars The Rabbit Rocks
I am amazed at the negative reviews on the Rabbit. I've had mine for almost two years, with no problems at all. Yes, it is about time to replace the screw, as the teflon coating will wear. The only reason the Rabbit doesn't get 5 stars is that it chokes on synthetic stoppers; about the only thing that works for these is the winged-style puller. Our Rabbit does about 10 corks a week, and up to 50 in a wine party evening. Once you get in the the flow of the operation, it is a breeze. For those who have problems with the Rabbit, simply send it to me, then stick with screw caps, as most other pullers would likely pose a similar challenge.

4-0 out of 5 stars A little drop of oil
The Rabbit is very adept at removing a cork from a bottle. It is not as good at removing the cork from the corkscrew. The handle is just a little too short, lacking enough leverage and requiring a strong force at an awkward angle for the final stroke. Worse, it is very easy to smash a finger at the moment the screw fully unwinds from the cork. This releases all resistance so the handle smashes into the main part. You will definitely learn to grasp near the end of the handle to avoid a mean pinch.

The corkscrew rotates as it plunges into the cork during the first stroke. While the screw is rotating all the force of the handle is pushing down on it. The bearing assembly (part of the screw) is just a couple of washers. Because of friction the screw doesn't want to turn, requiring a lot of force at the handle. The bearing is a weak point of the design in my opinion.

After a few months use the friction got worse and it became more and more difficult to use. It took so much force that eventually the screw bent. I had cut it out with a hacksaw.

I ordered a replacement screw and noticed the bearing was dry of any lubrication. Hmmmm. I added a few drops of motor oil. Now the Rabbit flys! It is SO much easier to use. If the cork is old (we like those old bottles) it is practically effortless to uncork the bottle and to uncork the Rabbit. An amazing difference. New, fresh wines with plastic seals are almost as easy to remove.

My suggestion is to put a few drops of a motor oil or machine oil on the bearings. Remove the cap, take out the screw ("worm" in Rabbit land), and get it totally slippery. If you don't have a quart of motor oil handy, use Vaseline or a mineral oil. Don't use a vegetable oil; it will only work for a while before it oxidizes and turns sticky.

Cheers. ... Read more


11. Metrokane #6017 Six Piece Rabbit Wine Tool Kit, Deluxe model, die-cast handles
list price: $89.99
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B00022IG3Y
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Metrokane
Sales Rank: 20346
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Features

  • 10-year warranty
  • Six-Piece Rabbit Wine Tool Kit in magnificent lucite presentataion case.
  • Includes the famous Rabbit Corkscrew plus foil cutter, drip-stop ring, wine/champagne sealer, wax wacker and extra worm.
  • All pieces finished in Metrokane special "velvet" coating with die-cast handles.
  • Unsurpassed original Metrokane award-winning design.

12. Metrokane VIP Edition Leather Bound Rabbit Corkscrew
list price: $125.00
our price: $120.00
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Asin: B0002AKZ6C
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Metrokane
Sales Rank: 10901
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Features

  • 10-Year Warranty
  • Sterling Rabbit and Foil Cutter are both all die cast metal
  • Mechanism of Sterling Rabbit has been tested for 20,000 cork pulls.
  • Rabbit Corkscrew is multiple design winner: IDEA Design Award sponsored by Business Week and GOOD DESIGN Award of Chicago Athenaeum Museum.
  • Polished-chrome sides on leather-bound permanent storage case

13. Bronze Estate Opener Combo Pack

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Asin: B0006SCO7S
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: International Wine Accessories
Sales Rank: 66842
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Product Description

Thecombo pack includes both the popular Bronze Estate Opener and the wood table stand. Theingenious Bronze Estate Opener is a19th century American reproduction that opens both standard and flanged bottles.It can clamp directly onto your table or countertop,or be displayed on one of our handsome table stands featured below. Opening your wine has never been easier - with one swing of the handle, the cork is penetrated and removed! To re-cork your wine, simply reverse the motion. TheBronze Estate Opener is cast in aluminum with a burnished bronze finish. Meticulously hand assembled, the Antique Opener insures smooth operation every time. Thewood table standis constructed of black iron and stands 18" high. ... Read more


14. Chateau Laguiole Corkscrew Black Horn Handle

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Asin: B0000AV0BK
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: The Wine Enthusiast
Sales Rank: 23305
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Product Description

For over five centuries Laguiole has created these prestigious handmade instruments with impeccable craftsmanship and unrelenting pride. Both the curved micro serrated blade and 5-spiral worm are forged from high-carbon stainless steel to maintain sharpness. All come with leather pouch with belt loop. ... Read more

Features

  • The curved micro serrated blade and 5-spiral worm are forged from high-carbon stainless steel to maintain sharpness
  • Handles are also available in the original cowhorn olive wood red stamina and rosewood.
  • All come with leather pouch with belt loop

15. WMF Vino 2-Piece Wine Opener Set
list price: $49.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00006356Q
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: WMF
Sales Rank: 6637
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Two of WMF's high-quality wine tools, the corkscrew and foilcutter in this set are made of steel plated in bright chrome. They'reheavy, substantial, luxurious, and beautifully functional. Thecorkscrew fits both traditional and flanged bottle necks, and itsnonstick spiral pulls a cork in a single, continuous motion,penetrating the cork and then lifting it into a pair of black,synthetic holders inside the tool's arms. The cutter has a button that,when pressed, tightens three sharp, stainless-steel roller bladesaround a bottle neck's rim to quickly, neatly, and safely slice awayfoil. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Heavy, substantial, luxurious tools
  • Wine-opening set comprises powerful corkscrew and foil cutter
  • Both tools made of steel plated in bright chrome
  • Nonstick spiral pulls cork in continuous motion
  • Foil cutter has three sharp, stainless-steel roller-blades

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5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Wine Opener EVER
After owning a continuous motion opener for over 20 years of dedicated use we regrettably had to retire it. . . The WMF opener is a more substantial opener, higher quality and with much better features. .the rubber grips for the bottle are priceless. The continuous motion is a lovely way to open wine. ... Read more


16. BonJour 12230-42 Chateau Deluxe Tabletop Wine Opener
list price: $90.00
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B00064NFUM
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: BonJour
Sales Rank: 4131
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Features

  • Works with any type cork or bottle shape
  • Unique non-stick worm
  • All metal gears
  • Lever design opens bottles effortlessly
  • Adjustable height accommodates all size bottles

17. Pedrini Black & Satin 6-Inch Basic Corkscrew
list price: $6.99
our price: $6.99
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Asin: B0000959FI
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Pedrini
Sales Rank: 1982
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Amazon.com Review

Unleash an aromatic Syrah or Pinot Noir with this corkscrew from Pedrini. Since founder Giuseppe Pedrini first conceived the double lever corkscrew in 1942, the Italian company has offered functional and attractive corkscrews for aspiring wine connoisseurs. Modestly elegant with a black and white design, this double lever corkscrew features a standard spiral and a cap lifter for easy cork withdrawal. The compact corkscrew measures 6 inches in length. --Jessica Reuling ... Read more

Features

  • Individual dimensions: 6.5x2.5x1.5
  • Basic corkscrew with black and white design
  • Double lever, standard spiral, and cap lifter for easy cork extraction
  • From Italian manufacturer Pedrini, original creators of the double lever corkscrew
  • Corkscrew measures 6-1/2 by 2-1/2 by 1-1/2 inches

18. Laguiole Faux Wood Lacquered Corkscrew

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Asin: B0000DCT45
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Dubost
Sales Rank: 24205
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Product Description

Laguiole Collectors take note. This prestigious gift setâprized for its quality performance and high level of French craftsmanshipâis now very affordably priced. The 43⁄4'L corkscrew is impeccably designed with a stainless steel blade and worm. Contoured handle is glossed with a manmade wood lacquer finish then crowned with Laguioleâs famous 'BEE'. Comes with a supple tan leather pouch and a beautiful beechwood gift box. ... Read more

Features

  • Stainless steel blade and worm .
  • Contoured handle is glossed with a manmade wood lacquer finish then crowned with Laguiole√Ęs famous in BEEin .
  • 4 3/4in L
  • Comes with a tan leather pouch and a beechwood gift box

19. BonJour 12255-42 Chateau Royale 4-piece Wine Opener Set
list price: $70.00
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B00064NFUC
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: BonJour
Sales Rank: 26351
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Features

  • Works with any type cork or bottle shape
  • Unique non-stick worm
  • All metal gears
  • Lever design opens bottles effortlessly
  • Satin Metal Finish

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Asin: B00015995Q
Catlog: Kitchen
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