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Basic bottle opener effortlessly inserts into and pulls even the trickiest of corks! Easy corkscrew is small and compact making it easy for travel. Corkscrew wine are small and easy to carry. Everything you need to open a bottle of wine is conveniently available to you in corkscrew travel The quality of portable wine opener was much higher than that of other camping bottle openers. Corkscrews wine best for leverage and soft removal of short and long corks. This travel wine opener can effortlessly open all wine bottles including those with artificial corks. Pocket wine corkscrew with premium quality and durability, perfect for travel use. Pocket wine opener makes enjoying your wine easy. Sheath forms a crossbar with the travel cork screw for a sturdy grip every time. Travel corkscrew are made of heavy stainless steel and durable plastic. You can take portable corkscrew anywhere for enjoying wine when camping, hiking or traveling. At this pocket wine bottle opener cylinder removed and reorients as handle. Pocket corkscrew disassembles for safe handling. Manual wine opener fits easily in your pocket, bag, etc.

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