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Rated 4 out of 5 by 175 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by something added to our beautiful home I purchased this wine opener with the monogram option. It is very, very beautiful and looks fantastic with my granite counter. It is so easy to use and everyone notices the design which stands out nicely. I would not hesitate to buy another one. December 15, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Wine Opener Love this wine opener. It did have a delay in shipping and took about 2 months from when I ordered it, but the product is great. It looks great on the counter and is very easy to use. August 23, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by A Beautiful Wine Opener Without the Struggle This wine opener is one of the best purchases I have ever made. I am always struggling with wine openers - even the OXO wine opener which I thought would be great. First of all it is beautiful and has grapes on the brass section at the top. I have a Tuscany theme in my garden room and this adds to the ambience. It is so easy to operate. With one pull of the handle the cork is removed from the bottle. Push the handle back and the cork comes out. No hassles. The only thing negative for some people might be the size -- it is tall. I love it! June 27, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by great product Great product, very solid, works great, good conversation piece June 14, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love it! We LOVE our wine opener. It is the center of attention in my kitchen on my island. Got one for a family member and it's on her island as well, and gets questions each time someone enters. People know you LOVE wine when they see this beautiful piece. I did have a couple of issues where the handle fell off and the opener stopped working, but I give it 5 stars bc Frontgate did not hesitate to replace the piece that was broken both times. I highly recommend this, and would by it for a friend! June 10, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Granite Base Wine opener I saw this at a friend's home and knew that I had to have one. It is really top of the line...looks exquisite on my counter top! I loved it so much that I bought this for a housewarming gift. Definitely would recommend this! May 10, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Deal We love the ease of using our new wine opener, and we get many compliments on how great it looks. February 8, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mr I have had this opener for five pus years, never failed, nor been dissatisfied with. it works each and every time, many have ask from where, and wants one. I have taken to Xi;an China, to my home there, and when use everyone wants use/play with, every time they come they bring wine, just to try and open," to much wine" , but what a winner,in ever aspect I have just receive another here in US, which I use daily. Nothing can con pair, for the price. January 11, 2016
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I inadvertently threw away (or didn't see) any instructions when I opened the box. Have not been able to successfully operate it yet; very pleased with appearance. Thanks.
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Make sure the bar is in the farthest position from you.. first hold the bottle with your right hand.. put it in the cork holder.. squeeze the bottle neck and hang on..then use your right hand to pull the lever back towards you.. so nice.. never fails to open any type of cork. then, when you bring the lever back to the far position.. the cork falls out..
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You just pull the handle down, not back up.
The cork falls out automatically.
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Start with the handle in the up position about 2 o'clock. Put the bottle in and grasp the handles then pull the handle toward you. At the end the bottle will either release from the cork or you can pull the bottle slightly towards you to release the bottle. Then pinch the handles together and reverse the motion of the arm, this will remove the cork from the opener.
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At the back end of the openor
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To pull a cork place the single handle horizontal with the base and back towards the upright. Place the bottle into the opener with your right hand and squieeze the handles together to hold the bottle. While holding the handles with your left hand, grasp the single handle with your right hand and pull the handle through its full motion until it is over 180º from its' starting position. The first 1/2 of the movement drives the corkscrew into the cork. The second 1/2 of the movement extracts the cork. Remove the wine bottle leaving the cork in the opener.
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To reinsert the cork, without changing the position of the opener, put the bottle back into position and reverse the position of the single handle. To instead remove the cork from the opener, without a bottle in the opener reverse the single handles position and the cork should fall out.
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3 years, 8 months ago
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Toward the rear of the unit. Then insert the bottle and pull the handle toward you. Then remove the bottle and push the handle back to the rear to release the spent cork.
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HANDLE starts in the REAR...
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The handle should be in the back position. After grasping the bottle in the clamp, pull the handle forward (do not move from this position). Release clamp and there you have it! To release cork, return handle to back position.
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We appreciate your interest in this item. The handle should be in the rear position at the beginning of the opening process. I have included a copy of the instructions below for your reference.
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Yes, I know exactly what you are feeling. I pushed the cork in the bottle twice and had to look up instructions online. The correct way to use it, is to start with the handle in the back position, away from you. Put the bottle of wine in, hold it, pull the lever towards you and THEN release the bottle, pull the bottle out towards you and as you push the lever back into the starting position the cork will fall out. Hope that helps.
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It should be all the way back when you start. Pull it straight forward and take your bottle away. Then, pull the handle back and the cork will pop out.
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Thank you for your interest in this item. The pad goes on the under side of the top of the frame.
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I placed mine between the foot on the screwdown clamp and the horizontal metal bar that holds the opener. It has worked great so far with no problems.
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on the bottom
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It goes on the bottom part of the top where you'll attach the corkscrew
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Snick, I put it on the bottom.
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between thr cork screw opener and the neck of rhe arn holding it
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On the bottom of the metal arm...but on the small top piece...so when you put the wine opener onto the black arm..and tighten it..it wont hurt the black arm...
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Thank you for your interest in Frontgate. The Wine Opener mechanism is not available for purchase separately.
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I have seen just the opener at stores
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Yes, it works perfectly!
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The Granite Base Wine Opener will work on synthetic corks.
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Would like to purchase today but would like to save a little bit.

Does Last name go in the middle?
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Yes, we have put the last name initial in the middle for the (4) wine openers we have purchased. They look great.

I waited to get free shipping before I purchased this item.
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Thank you for your interest in the Granite Base Wine Opener. The letters will be engraved in the order you tell us, with the first one being lowercase, the middle letter being capitalized, and the third letter being lowercase. Promotions can be found online, in our catalogs and by signing up for email promotions on our website.
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