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Open your wine with Oster Bottle opener

Updated on July 24, 2013

Oster Wine opener

Our favorite wine opener.  No more corkscrews!
Our favorite wine opener. No more corkscrews! | Source

Open that wine bottle!

I am still so excited over a Christmas present I received two years ago, I just have to share it with you. When you hear all about this gadget, you will want one, too!

Oster Rechargeable and Cordless Wine Opener with Chiller. That is what you must have in your kitchen or bar.

I have used various wine openers through the years, all difficult to learn to manuver and af few choice terrible words have left my lips as the cork broke to pieces or totally refused to budge. Then, two years ago when I opened the gift from my son and his wife, all that is behind me. I now can pick up my Oster Rechargeable, cordless wine opener, set it atop the bottle, push the button and---pour in to the pretty wine glass.

No more bad words, broken corks (now I save the corks for decorative purposes) or sore fingers!

You can buy the wine opener alone for around $18-$20 or as a set;

  • Electric wine opener removes corks at the touch of a button
  • Opens up to 30 bottles on a single charge; works with all traditional wine bottles
  • Foil cutter; soft-grip handle; cordless operation; recharging base included
  • Also includes thermal stainless-steel wine chiller that keeps wine cold for hours

The set runs around $25 - $30 and is so worth every penny (or dollar).

Gary and I are so happy with our Oster Wine opener that we have given them to two family members so far, who are thrilled to finally be able to open the bottles as easily as when they visit us! We have even taken our opener of the charger and taken it to thier homes for parties in the past. Got them really spoiled ahead of time so they would appreciate the gift as soon as it was opened. You should have heard the scream of joy when daughter Kristen opened hers on Christmas Eve!!

Open up the bottles

Open that wine with your new Oster Wine bottle opener!
Open that wine with your new Oster Wine bottle opener!

Click here to get your own wine opener


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