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Lever Bottle Stoppers (Set of 6)

 

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These All-Purpose Stoppers from Italy are the epitome of simplicity and utility. Just place one in an opened bottle of wine and flip the lever-- the rubber stopper expands to form an airtight seal.
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Item # 482 08 01
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will it work on soda bottles ?
sam l on Jan 26, 2016
have been using these however when layer on side on shelf in the refrigerator, they sometimes pop off and spills wine all over the refrigerator any suggestions?
Jeff D on Jul 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I would make sure the lever is all the way down as once this is done they should not come out.
Are all six stoppers in the set red?
Raddle on Mar 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 2 are red,2 are white and 2 are black
How long is the stopper from the top of bottle (when inserted) to the tip of the leaver when the arm is in the down position?
Chelsea on Jan 10, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your inquiry. Once inserted, the top stopper is 2 inches. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us directly at 800 356 8466. Thank you again.
Does this work for Champagne bottles to preserve the bubbles/carbonation?
null on Aug 3, 2011
BEST ANSWER: This item will not work with Champagne bottles, they are specifically made for wine bottles. I would recommend Item # 499 31, Champagne Recorker. Preserve your champagne or sparkling wine for days.
Customer Reviews

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Excellent seal, low-profile!
I bought these stoppers so that our opened wine bottle would fit back into the wine refrigerator. The original cork and many other bottle stoppers are too tall to fit in the fridge, or they don't seal well. These are low-profile and the seal is great!
February 20, 2012
just what i needed for a great price
i'm using them for storing apple cider in glass water bottles. they work great and are cheap and they work!
September 24, 2012
Lever Bottle Stoppers
I bought one similar bottle stopper when I was vacationing years ago. I quickly regretted not buying more than one. After unsuccessfully looking for them in local stores, I was thrilled to find them again here. I use them all the time.
October 10, 2012
Functional stopper
Wish the metal was galvanized so it would not rust.
February 9, 2012
Wine Bottle Stopper
This stopper allows you lay the wine bottle on it's side without it leaking in the refrigerator.
November 10, 2009
Product does not work in 750m bottles
When you flip the lever rubber doesn't expand enough to seal the bottle. In fact it expands a little bit but not enough to seal.
December 1, 2009
Good Stoppers
This is a set of six stoppers in red, black and white. They seal very well. I use them with inert gas when I don't finish a bottle in one day.
April 20, 2014
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over 2 years ago
Wine Bottle Stoppers that Fit Everywhere
These are the best wine bottle stoppers I've ever used. I have so many that are attractive but always on the high side and do not go into the refrigerator standing up and could easily leak with the bottle laying down.I also have no concern about taking wine on a picnic since the stoppers hold so tightly when used that there is no way there would be spillage if the bottle were laying down or knocked over. When friends see the stoppers they want them too.
August 11, 2009
Amazing
I keep an estra stopper in the bottom of my travel wine bag so when I go out with an unopened wine bottle, I can make sure it won't leak if there is any left on the way home.
December 29, 2012
good concept - poor execution
I purchased this product because I own one of a similar design, and was delighted to find a source to purchase more. Sadly, the quality of this one is nothing like the first I purchased. It is not as well finished, but worse, it pops off the champagne as it sits in the fridge.
March 11, 2011