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For those who have everything: Cork Catcher

The Cork Catcher<strong> </strong>from Le Creuset/Screwpull offers an easier and safer way to open a bottle of Champagne.

The Cork Catcher from Le Creuset/Screwpull prevents you from ending up, literally, blind drunk from a “rocket-powered cork” shot from a Champagne bottle. Place this “polycarbonate” device on the bottle’s mouth, give it a swift twist, and the cork will safely unload “a few inches north” into a narrow enclosure. You’ll avoid “ocular trauma” as well as sudden overflows that waste precious bubbly.
Price: $19.99 Contact: Screwpull.com
Source: I.D.

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