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  • Preserve your champagne or sparkling wine for days
  • Just slip this chrome-plated resealer over the bottle between toasts to keep in all your bubbles
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Item # 499 31
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How does this work. Bought three as gifts and none of them worked?
Jackie on Jan 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This product is for sparkling wine bottles that have a lip protruding around the base of the bottle opening. First, spread the wings of the recorker open. Then, place the plastic base in the underside of the stopper over the bottle opening. Press down on the top of the stopper and close the wings downward around the bottle. You must press down hard enough so that the wings close in underneath the lip of the bottle. I have seen a bottle where the lower edge of the lip was not perpendicular to the bottle neck, but rather was angled downward slightly. If this angle is too great the wings will not lock in under the lip, and the stopper will not be secure.
how high above the bottle top after sealing is the stopper?.
Philip L on Aug 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Inch and a half for Blitzen.
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I have purchased a few different champagne/ sparkling wine preservers over the past two years. I have tried some less expensive and some more expensive ones. The chrome stopper keeps good pressure that keeps the wine sparkling. It is my favorite. I have purchased and have them at home and given them as gifts.
April 18, 2017
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2 months ago
Not recommended; not as good as previous design
The design of the recorker was changed to its detriment. The previous design had a small built-in pump that you could pump with your finger/thumb to pressurize the bottle. The new design relies on the champagne's effervescent to create bottle pressure, which of course flattens the champagne and limits effectiveness of the recorker. The chrome looks nice but you may as well be jamming the cork back into the bottle to preserve it, which everyone knows doesn't work. Please bring back previous design which was infinitely better.
January 31, 2017