Play the perfect hostess with this black rechargeable corkscrew CR00RA from Hostess, opening up to 40 bottles on a single charge. The two button functioning make this innovative cork remove easy to use, while the foil cutter creates a quick and efficient design.
This black rechargeable corkscrew CR00RA from Hostess features a secure square base, an illuminating LED indicator and a two button function.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by MsHKS Popping the Cork
Smart well presented and modern approach to a corkscrew. No more getting embarrassed when you can't work the many gadgets already in the house to get that bottle open. The corkscrew also comes either a stand and illuminates whilst charging making it look great in the kitchen. I have also bought one as a gift for a friend who adores it!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by sue c Son in laws love this product
great product, I have bought two now for my son in laws they love them. Delivery is very quick and easy to order.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by CBuk Does not work
I bought this as a Christmas present and have been very disappointed. After being on charge for days it only operates for a few seconds and does not remove the cork. After using it manually the cork cannot be extracted as it runs out of battery. I would not recommend this to anyone
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