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  • A wine industry first, this Zero Oxygen Solutions Wine Preserver keeps an opened bottle of wine perfectly preserved for up to two months
  • Designed by wine lovers from the California wine region, it eliminates oxygen from an opened bottle of wine, preventing oxidization
  • Super-easy to use, there’s no need to inject gas or pump to create a vacuum – just insert it into the neck of your bottle and leave it standing upright
  • Works on any variety of wine – red, white or rose
  • Cartridge lasts for up to 15 bottles, Refill cartridges available
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How long do the batteries last?
James H on Dec 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The ZOS Halo Wine Preserver requires batteries for displaying the lights indicating when the unit is ready for use. I suggest using a name brand battery, a long life battery or a lithium one will last you the longest.
will it work on sparking wine ?
debra c on Dec 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The ZOS Halo Wine Preserver does not work on sparkling wine or champagne. We do offer a Champagne Preservation Recorker which will preserve your sparkling wine or champagne for days.
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Customer Reviews

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two halos, mixed results
I purchased my halos through the Kickstarter that funded this program. Regrettably, I cannot recommend this system. One of my cartridges gave each bottle of wine a foul, off taste. I stopped at two bottles because at $35-50 a bottle I would rather just drink the entire thing. Other cartridges did not have the same foul taste affect. Both halos sometimes say the cartridge is good (green light) and sometimes they say it's bad (red light), even though it's the same cartridge. So really, which is it? There is apparently a flaw in the testing system. If I were buying $10 bottles of wine, I would just pour out what I didn't drink after a couple days. I can't trust this system with the wines I typically drink because it's just entirely too inconsistent. To top it all off, I've made several inquiries with the company about what might be causing these problems and they've never responded. That's just completely inexcusable. So, you have to really make a decision, do you trust a fine bottle of wine to this or not, and if you're not drinking fine wine is this even necessary? I genuinely hope the product improves because the concept is great. It's just not there yet.
January 21, 2018
Works as advertised
Tried on first bottle of Pino and could detect no difference after two weeks. So far so good.
January 6, 2018
1 month ago
Seems to work fine
I have not used this long, and am still on my first cartridge. I would not say the red wine bottles I have used it with tasted like first opened after a day or two, but nor were they notably oxidized and they certainly remained drinkable. Definitely better than just re-corking or a vacuum stopper. We are experimenting with this system at our local winery/tasting room, and seemed to be burning through the cartridge much faster than at home. Not surprising, but the initial impression remains nonetheless favorable. Not pouring yesterdays 1/2 bottles down the sink still remains a good investement, but we will see over the next few months.
January 5, 2018
1 month ago