Lever Style Rabbit Corkscrew (Black)


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  • The Black Rabbit Corkscrew from Metrokane is quick like a bunny
  • It will pull a wine cork in 3 seconds flat
  • After uncorking, the Rabbit Corkscrew quickly and easily ejects the cork from the worm
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The cork no longer comes out. The spiral just unscrews itself.
What are we doing wrong?
Talksalot Dave on Apr 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You have not held the gripping handles firmly enough around the bottle neck.
The cork comes out of the bottle easily, but the cork rarely comes out of the Rabbit easily. I often have to manually unscrew it form the worm, which defeats the purpose of the whole thing by making it extremely HARD to uncork a bottle, not extremely easy. How do I get the Rabbit to release the cork easily?
David S on Aug 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: For me I learned that the best fool proof method is to make sure the lever is all the way back before squeezing the horizontal levers around the bottle top, then thrusting the screw all the way into the cork as far as it will go hearing a small click, then pulling the cork all the way out WITHOUT STOPPING, then pushing the lever all the way back down again(another click) when the mechanism is free from the bottle pulling the lever all the way back up again will free the cork from the corkscrew. My initial problem was not pulling the cork with one long steady pull, any stopping midway would reset the mechanism causing the corkscrew to unscrew from the cork resulting in a lot of frustration. Using the method described I have had no further problems and it's now a very fast and efficient way to uncork a wine bottle.
Hi...Is this made with metal or plastic? The wine openers I can find in my area are made mostly with some sort of plastic and feel very flimsy. My dad had one that looked similar to this one and it was much heavier and felt much sturdier. Hopefully it was this model. thanks
Kathy on Sep 4, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your inquiry. The outside is made of a hard plastic and the inside is composed of metal gears. If you have any further questions, please feel free to reach out to us at 800 356 8466. Thank you again.
Is it possible to buy a Rabbit-style corkscrew with no plastic content?
Karen G on Jan 5, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I can’t guarantee that there isn’t any plastic on the Rabbit-style corkscrew that I recently purchased, but it doesn’t appear to have plastic on it and it works very well.
Is this the wine opener that was featured in one of the episodes of AMC network's series 'Breaking Bad'? It was seen in Season 4 episode called 'Shotgun'.

Thank you.
Greg on Aug 4, 2012
BEST ANSWER: It sure is Greg! Thanks for the question.
is it possible to buy one with no plastic content?
Karen G on Jan 5, 2019
Customer Reviews

4.1 / 5.0
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lasted 7 years, buying another
I have owned one of these for seven years, and the rubber pads that hold the bottle neck finally disintegrated after regular use several times a week over that timespan. I like it well enough that I am buying another--quick, easy, convenient, and lasted long enough to be a great value.
December 19, 2009
Rabbit Corkscrew
For relatively young wines, with fresh corks, this corkscrew is very to use, doesn't require any wrist turning, and is quick. However, for more mature wines, which describes most of the wines in my wine cellar, the corkscrew will not release a stuck cork and ends up breaking it, without extracting it.
March 5, 2008
Does not work
This product extracts the cork from the bottle about half of the time. It fails for both natural and synthetic corks. Even when it works to extract the cork, it does not automatically remove the cork from the screw. That has to be done by hand. Worst cork screw I have ever used in 40+ years of opening wine bottles.
January 29, 2014
Ok, Not Perfect
Fairly smooth operation, however when trying to release the cork it doesn't release all the way and you need to unscrew the las couple of turns.
February 8, 2017
over 2 years ago
Purchased this as an alternative to my trusty butler two step cork pulls, for when guests want to open wine or when sore hands can't function the butler pull. However, I find this lever pull to be very cumbersome and unpredictable to use. I can open a bottle using butler pull in a fraction of the time of this lever pull.
January 21, 2017
over 2 years ago
Now if it would only fit in a pocket
Best corkscrew ever, to bad you can't carry it with you easily
December 6, 2007
Love It!
This is the 4th "Rabbit" style wine opener that I have owned and it is the best! It removes the cork with very little effort and it is easy to remove the cork from the opener.
December 26, 2007
excellent but....
zinc? gear assembly will be weak point of this product otherwise a great idea
December 27, 2007
Loved it, quick and easy.
January 4, 2010
The best
a gift
December 16, 2012