Click the coupon to get 25% OFF! The Ozeri Prestige Electric Wine Opener makes opening wine bottles easy while entertaining your guests at the same time. Designed for home and restaurant use, its latest generation battery now opens up to 80 wine bottles with the gentle push of a button, all on a single charge.
Amazon offers Ozeri OW05A Prestige Electric Wine Bottle Opener with Aerating Pourer and Foil Cutter forUS$23.96, click coupon at the product page to get 25% OFF for US$17.97. Direct shipping to Singapore with shipping fee US$27.46. Free shipping with min. spending of US$125.
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- Direct shipping to Singapore with shipping fee US$27.46. Free shipping with min. spending of US$125.
The Ozeri Prestige Electric Wine Opener is completely cordless and includes an elegant recharging base with an LED charging indicator. The Prestige also ships with a free aerating pourer to enhance aromas and a compact foil cutter to remove wine seals. The Ozeri Prestige Electric Wine Opener opens both natural and synthetic corks. It also boasts a new ultra light-weight design, a faster motor and an ergonomic rubberized soft grip for effortless handling. Use it at home or take it with you to impress your hosts and guests before the first sip.
Review from Amazon customers:
"I bought this to replace and aging Rabbit that no longer worked. I've opened about 25 bottles of wine so far on a single charge, and it has worked flawlessly. People have complained about it not working on artificial corks, but so far I have not found that to be a problem. I am always experimenting with wines, and I have used it on at least 5 artificial corks with no issue. The aerator and foil cutter are a nice addition, and I find I use them all the time. If I have any complaint at all, it is the speed. It takes a good 8-10 seconds to fully open a bottle, and about the same to eject the cork. With my manual Rabbit, this took maybe 4-5 seconds total (remove and eject). This is pretty minor complaint, and just an adjustment from what I was used to. That said, the Rabbit did take some decent hand strength, and my wife could never do it. She has no problem using the Ozeri.
One other item of note is that it is difficult to get the screw to enter the center of the cork. This does not seem to impede the removal, but it does sometimes make the cork unusable to re-stop the bottle. I always use reusable vacuum stoppers, anyway, so this is not an issue for me.
I'll be curious to see how it continues to work. The advertisements tout 80 bottles on a single charge. Not sure if I buy that, but we will see. I also wonder what will happen if the battery dies while ejecting the cork. The design would make manual removal difficult.
The future will be telling, but so far, I am impressed."
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