SpryWine Automatic Rechargeable Wine Bottle Opener the elegant will look great on your counter and will wow your guests when you open a bottle with a bit of a flourish in front of them. No more struggling with wacky bottle openers or corks that don't want to play nice. Made of food-grade materials, FDA certification. Automatically removes and ejects both synthetic and natural corks, with no messy crumbling. The Automatic Wine Corkscrew removes the cork in 7 seconds without breaking the cork. It comes with a foil cutter for easily removing foil seals with one turn of a hand and can be stored as a base for the wine corkscrew.
Press the lower button to pull the cork out
Press the upper button to release
About 30-40 bottles of wine can be opened on a single charge
Opens a bottle of wine in mere seconds with push-button ease -- never struggle with twisting or pulling again.
Light cordless design features an ergonomic soft grip that fits comfortably in the palm of your hand.
Automatically removes and ejects both synthetic and natural corks, with no messy crumbling. Integrated foil cutter removes foil effortlessly. It runs on 4 standard AA batteries and easily opens up to 60 bottles on a single set.
A foldable design requires no assembly.
Perfect for wine lovers and those just starting their own wine collection.
A collapsible design, allowing it to be stowed away when not in use.
It can hold 3/6/10 wine bottles horizontally.
Screw fixed, strong bearing, use safer.
It can be placed in your living room, kitchen, or another place.
Stores each bottle in individual, separate compartments.
Wood construction is light, sturdy, and super-easy to clean.
My Opinion: The wine rack is perfect to hold my bottles of wine I have and the electric wine opener is such a time saver for me to open wine bottles.
Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.