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anchor corkscrew

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By The Sea

You don't have to be sipping a fine Chardonnay on the boat deck to enjoy a touch of sea. Topped with an brass-finished anchor, this cocktail hour essential is highlighted by a metal cap for its screw. When not in use, it doubles as a rustic piece of nautical decor, for the countertop of your home bar or the cabin of a New England fishing boat. Made in China.

Exclusively at UncommonGoods.

Unfortunately, this item cannot ship outside of the United States at this time.

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7.25" H x 2.5" W
Wipe clean with a damp cloth and dry thoroughly.

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262votes, 26 comments

Cassie, UncommonGoods

We think the Anchor Corkscrew is a clever way to keep your favorite wine on deck. Do you love this design?

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Cork screws that rely on strength to pull the cork out without something for leverages don't work for me and many others

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I want a wine opener that employs leverage rather than strength.

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It doesn't look to be ergonomic with the flat handle and no leverage for opening bottles.

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I see lots of "no's" on this item but I think you should stock it. It is a unique piece and anyone who has a boat or is a maritime/navy lover would have this out

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Love this idea! Being married to a retired navy guy, I know he would love this.

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i need this ASAP!!!! my husband would think this is great especially since he is Navy Corpsman :D

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A wine tool without crank arms is next to impossible to use. Once you screw it in, there is no way to leverage it out.

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There are so many new type easy to use openers, I think people are getting away from using the old fashioned kind

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It's unique, attractive, and thematic for those who love themes. And it's small and perfectly usable. Who wants a corkscrew the size of a Buick?!

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Nice gift for a friend who loves boats.

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if you don't carry it...how can I buy one anyway?

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My brother-in-law collects bottle openers and would really love this.


test again

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a little too quaint for my tastes

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pretty, but these are tough to use.

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Seems like the market would be small for this. Thinking about using the thin corkscrew top, it would be difficult for the older generation with arthritis.

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This item would make it very difficult to open wine bottles. There is no leverage to work the cork out and it is even difficult to get the corkscrew in the cork. Too much effort.

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Too hard to pull the cork out with a corkscrew like this! It's cute otherwise though.

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Where is it made???

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no longer practical, everyone uses more convenient corkscrews

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Much fun and love the design.

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Cute, but with so many lever options out there, I wouldn't splurge for a decorative pull corkscrew. Plus, the points on the anchors might dig into your hand as you pulled up.

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I just don't think this is practical. You won't get any leverage for bottle-opening. Also, it looks like a sword, not an anchor.

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Having commercial fishermen in my family

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This corkscrew looks difficult to use.

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