Oster Electric Wine Opener – How to video
Oster Wine Opener Buyers’ Guide
The Oster electric wine bottle opener does everything your hand does with a manual bottle opener, just quicker and easier. When you place the body near the bottle head and press the lever, the corkscrew spiral will rotate clockwise and insert itself into the cork, then will pull upwards to remove the cork from the bottle. When the cork has been removed, press the up button on the lever, and the corkscrew spiral will rotate counter-clockwise to release the cork to be discarded. The wine opener can be charged overnight and can be used to open 30 bottles of wine on a single charge. An electric bottle opener opens a bottle much faster than a manual corkscrew and is an impressive device to use at dinner parties.
Before you start to use your Oster electric wine opener to remove a wine bottle’s cork, any sealing on the bottle must be removed (foil, etc.). The Oster electric wine opener comes with a very useful foil cutter, which will make this first step very easy and quick. Then, place the opener on top of your bottle, which must be held upright. Push the lower switch, and the corkscrew will turn to enter into the cork and remove it. It will stop automatically once the cork is removed, so you will not need to monitor the process. To release the cork and discard it, push the upper switch.
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