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Ferrari Italian Table Top Corker
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A table top version of our Italian floor corker, featuring the same quality brass jaws and effortless performance. Great for use with natural corks. These can be the ideal solution in some assembly lines when the full wine bottles will be set on a table to be corked.

Please Note: This corker is not suitable for use with synthetic corks, as the corker will crease the side of the cork during insertion which leads to a leak once the bottle is laid down for storage. For synthetic corks please use our W407 Rapid Model 12 Corker.

Item # W410B
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Weight 25LBS
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I've had one of these workers for 10 years, but I finally wore it out. Well worth the price and happy to get a new one!
Christopher M on Feb 10, 2018
I've had one of these workers for 10 years, but I finally wore it out. Well worth the price and happy to get a new one!
Christopher M on Feb 10, 2018

4.3 / 5.0
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Works great. Reasonably priced
If you can use a tabletop corker, you'll be even happier than with your floor corker. I have both. My excellent Ferrari floor corker is now my backup.
February 2, 2018
2 months ago
Very good table corker
I've been using mine for the past 3 seasons mostly with agglomerated corks and it works very well. As one reviewer said, the dark grease needs to be removed and replaced with a lighter oil or grease. However, mine did not come with a heavy coating and I merely wiped the inside of the compression unit with a paper towel. A few passes and it did not leave any grease on the corks. The jaws on this type of compression corker should be disassembled periodically, cleaned thoroughly, lightly oiled or greased and reassembled. It is not a job that takes hours. The Italian and Portuguese floor corkers work the same way. Failing to do this necessary maintenance will allow grit and dirt to accumulate in the sliding jaws and cause premature wear.

I also bolted my unit to a piece of plywood and clamp that to a stand when bottling. I bottle in my garage and store the unit out of the way after I'm done.

I use a combination of new and re-used bottles. Their heights differ and this can be a hassle...without adjustment the corks would not seat properly (too low or too high). It works best to sort bottles by height and type. Adjust the corker for the highest bottles. Then for shorter ones, put a spacer under the bottle etc. Easier than constantly adjusting the corker. Also I replaced the original height adjustment nut and washer with a lock washer and wing nut...much easier. With this system, I get very uniform cork seating.
October 30, 2016
Leaves ugly black grease on the corks !!
This product works really well, and very easily. I use it on my dining table with one hand holding the base and the other pulling down on the lever.

It works for multiple bottle sizes and different corks. I have tried Aglica and Grade 3 natural corks.

The fatal flaw in this corker is that the cork compression unit uses a lot of industrial grease for its smooth operation. This grease ends up on the cork, and you can imagine that four dirty grease lines on your beautiful natural cork would look terrible. I'm sure that some of the grease would get into the wine as well.

However, I have found a way to make this work (and hence the 3 star rather than 1 star). I wiped off all the grease from the compression unit and replaced it with mineral oil, which because it is transparent and tasteless is a much better alternative. Of course, it took me many many hours of slow and meticulous labor wiping off the grease, adding mineral oil, and then wiping off the excess oil, but the results were definitely worth it!
March 3, 2014
Compact Corker
I've bottled many cases with this compact unit. I am not blessed with a Man Cave and appreciate the small size, ability to easily take the handle off, as well as the ease of sanitation. I anchor the unit to piece of plywood with 3 wing nuts and then store it when not in use.
May 4, 2013