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Ferrari Deluxe Italian Floor Champagne Corker

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Your Price:
$129.00 (You save $14.95)
18.0000 LBS


Product Description

High quality and large, corks any standard wine bottle or champagne.  Adjustable and corks all standard size wine/champagne bottles including 375ml, 750ml and 1.5L bottles. Adjustable depth, precision brass iris compression jaws last and last. Detachable feet and handle extension for easy storage or shipping.

Answers to frequent questions about this corker -

  • The difference between this model and the "wine corker" is the size of the opening underneath the jaws.  The champagne model has a larger opening to allow for the larger mushroom-style corks common in champagne bottles.  The retractable arm is used to reduce the size of the opening in order to use regular corks with wine.
  • There are no instructions for assembly or use included from the manufacturer.  Fortunately assembly is as easy as connecting the legs and handle via screws and wingnuts to the base unit.  No tools required.
  • There are no included "feet" for the legs of the unit, meaning the bare metal could cause damage to floors.  Either use on cement or we have found a good solution for damageable floors is to put some tennis balls or other rubber balls on the legs by cutting a large X in the ball and inserting the leg into the X.


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  1. Best dual purpose corker for the money

    Posted by Count Corkula on 1st May 2013

    I bought this corker with the thought of bottling some champagne along with my normal wine bottleing. The package arrived with the packaging falling apart womewhat, however, the corker had the parts taped together and nothing was lost. Once assembled I cleaned some grease from the brass compressors assembly and began to bottle some wine. Adjustment of the cork pressing nut was needed but worked well once set. I then corked 15 bottles in the 750ml size. At first the lever was a bit stiff until in came into contact with the cork, then it worked easy. I am guessing that the mechanism for compressing corks is somewhat responsible for the apparent extra drag. I am sure it will loosen up and become easy with use. I like the retractable are for allowing the corker to be used for wine bottles. I can't wait till my champagne batch is done so I can try it on actual crowned champagne corks. I am sure it will work great as I can see it is designed very well