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Professional Waiters Corkscrew Wine Key with Ergonomic Rubber Grip - Pack of 3

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The double-hinged Vintorio Professional Waiter's Wine Corkscrew effortlessly inserts into and pulls even the most stubborn corks  thanks to its non-stick, stainless steel spiral worm and 2-step, double-hinge fulcrum removal system. Proudly show-off your smooth uncorking skills at your next dinner party with this fool-proof, high-performance corkscrew!

The best corkscrew can make all the difference between frustration and fun! Trusted by bartenders and waiters across the country, this compact wine opener comes with a soft, nonslip rubber grip handle and a rounded, serrated foil cutter for cleanly and quickly removing wine foil caps. With the Vintorio Waiter's Corkscrew, you can rest easy that time after time, you'll open wine bottles seamlessly for the perfect wine drinking experience anywhere, anytime.


  • Double Serrated Foil Blade
  • Teflon Coated Worm
  • Non-Slip Ergonomic Handle
  • Two-step double hinged fulcrum for easy cork removal
  • Precision-engineered spiral worm to prevent cork breakage
  • High quality, machine-pressed craftmanship built and assembled to last
  • Designed for quality and functionality, comes in striking elegant black
  • Includes beer bottle opener and foil cutter

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