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Off to Market Recap: Wine Opener

Last week when I was opening a bottle of wine, my corkscrew broke! It was a cheap wine opener, but nonetheless, I was disappointed. Before I can enjoy another bottle of wine, I'll need a way to pop the cork. So I asked you to help me find a new wine opener.

You looked for any type — simple, complex, or gadget-like — of corkscrew. You bookmarked your discoveries in the Yum Market on TeamSugar with the keyword tag, wine opener.

I've heard good things about the Rabbit Wine Opener ($50) bookmarked by Jspeed, and the price isn't bad for something so lovely. Check out the rest of the selections below.

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verily verily 7 years
The rabbit looks overly complicated to me. My uncle showed me how to use a wine key a few years ago and I'm very glad that he did. Far less bulky than a wing corkscrew or one of those cork poppers.
Just-Oh Just-Oh 7 years
The Rabbit is lovely to look at, but it takes up a lot of space. I have a wine key that cost me $5 eight years ago. The worm is still good and it has probably opened an average of five to seven bottles per week since I bought it.
lawchick lawchick 7 years
SweetnLow, I found that the CO2 popper didn't work well for rubber "corks." The rabbit however is the best thing EVER for weaklings like me. cfoley11, my husband is a waiter and swears by the hinge wine key! he uses the rabbit at home but obviously doesn't carry it around at the restuarant!I would eventually like one of those big ones that mount on the counter.
lawchick lawchick 7 years
SweetnLow, I found that the CO2 popper didn't work well for rubber "corks." The rabbit however is the best thing EVER for weaklings like me. cfoley11, my husband is a waiter and swears by the hinge wine key! he uses the rabbit at home but obviously doesn't carry it around at the restuarant! I would eventually like one of those big ones that mount on the counter.
SweetnLow SweetnLow 7 years
HOw do people live without a rabbit? Or better yet, one of those CO2 poppers?
cfoley11 cfoley11 7 years
The hinge wine key is the best.I am a bartender, I open at least 20 bottles of wine a day and if you have to use a wine key get one with a two step thats hinged.
glam-sugar glam-sugar 7 years
I must have missed the original Off to Market post. :( I have the Houdini opener and it's the best thing ever!
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