Pulltap’s Classic Corkscrew, Chrome

July 4, 2017 - Comment

Internationally acclaimed for quality and craftsmanship, Pulltaps corkscrews are the ideal waiter’s friend. Pulltaps Waiters Corkscrew CHROME Boxed (P/N 107-701-01-Chrome, 5151). Features a unique hinged double-lever system, serrated knife blade, contoured steel handle, and Teflon spiral.Authentic Pulltaps corkscrews are made by Pulltex. Product Features Ships next business day Health care is expensive, that’s why several

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Internationally acclaimed for quality and craftsmanship, Pulltaps corkscrews are the ideal waiter’s friend. Pulltaps Waiters Corkscrew CHROME Boxed (P/N 107-701-01-Chrome, 5151). Features a unique hinged double-lever system, serrated knife blade, contoured steel handle, and Teflon spiral.

Authentic Pulltaps corkscrews are made by Pulltex.

Product Features

  • Ships next business day

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Comments

Mike R says:

Great opener but be sure you get the real deal This is a great corkscrew but be sure you get the genuine Pulltap’s one. It will cost you at least $30+ and is worth every penny and then some. There is another fake that has been offered out of China for $12 or so and while it looks a lot like the original at first glance, it is no substitute. If you look at the photo below you will see the two side by side and it shows the BIG difference. First and most obvious is that the genuine one is machined metal while the counterfeit is thin stamped steel. The real one is marked “original” and Pulltex on the lever and the other is not. The real deal has a solid metal handle rather than sheet metal with a plastic filler. The real one has a well formed teflon coated worm and the other does not. Perhaps most important for durability is that the real one has much heavier swaged pins for the worm and lever assembly pivots and they look like the ones on my much more expensive French handmade opener which has held up for a LOT of…

Philip Rossetto says:

Just perfect! The best corkscrew we have ever used. Throw away you electronic models, etc. This corkscrew has the best two stage way of pulling corks. It does not take any amount of expertise. Just plunge the screw mechanism into the cork for a few turns, and then utilize the wonderful second stage to completely and effortlessly remove the cork. It is as easy as that. Delightful. We are so happy with the ease of operation, and simplicity, and no batteries, etc. to maintain. After your second bottle, you will be an expert, and envy to your friends as to your expertise! You will NOT be disappointed!!!

Ed says:

scrolls easily into a cork’s body The Teflon coated corkscrew does work well, scrolls easily into a cork’s body, appreciably easier than a normal chromed-metal screw. Getting it centered and keeping it in the center of a cork is awkward, a definite tendency to wiggle sideways as do all scrolls of this type. Not the most comfortable tool to hold while attempting to twist downward, the tendency to fold up; the multiple joints and various angles lack the feel of a well defined “handle”. Leverage provided by the two bottle-rim anchor points is worthy but requires careful depth threading to align with the bottle’s top rim. Overall a well made piece of hardware, not the cheap stamped-steel variety. Is it worth the steep premium price for its main feature: Teflon coated scroll? Answered from another perspective: would I buy it again? No. “The Cork” ritual is a long-standing tradition; but as well documented, corks cause more wine failures than any other sealing device. The simple metal screw-on cap is…

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