Floor Corker - Takeoff Legs With Chrome Jaws

Floor Corker - Takeoff Legs With Chrome Jaws

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This corker with chrome plated brass jaws folds flat into a box for storage when not in use. When assembled, You can cork standard wine bottles quickly and easily. The 4 jaw iris mechanism compresses the cork evenly, before pushing it into the bottle with a metal pin mechanism. The depth of the cork can be varied by changing the level of the nut on the metal pin.

Assembly/disassembly: 3 parts ship unassembled and must be secured before use, and removed before storage; The metal handle (lever), the front leg, and the rear legs.

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. See W408 if using synthetic corks.

Item # W410A
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - Out Of Stock
Weight 21 LBS
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Denise / Mikael W on Aug 28, 2019
It was recommended by a friend.
Robby Schaffer on Dec 13, 2018
Denise / Mikael W on Aug 28, 2019
Best available corker
Luciano C on Mar 11, 2019
It was recommended by a friend.
Robby Schaffer on Dec 13, 2018
Used them before
Robert B on Oct 24, 2018
Rented it previously
William K on Oct 1, 2018
versatile, buy once - cry once and can use adapter to use regular caps too!
Paul K on Mar 2, 2018
Reviews are positive about the its quality and functionality.
Giuseppe S on Feb 28, 2018
Best available corker
Luciano C on Mar 11, 2019
Used them before
Robert B on Oct 24, 2018
are the chrome jaws worth the extra cost. Can you place them? Are the brass jaws the replacements?
Dale Ellis on Nov 29, 2019
Does this corker work well with champagne corks?
Sean T Niemisto on Oct 2, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I have never used it for champagne corks, so I cannot answer this question. Sorry.

The mechanism compresses the cork so as to insert it into the bottle. It seems to be designed for straight-sided corks. I guess the only thing you can do is give it a try.

Sorry I couldn't be of more help.

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Ferrari floor corker
We borrowed this same unit last year so we decided to get one for ourselves to use this year. We liked it very much.
December 28, 2020
1 month ago
Best floor corker
The plated jaws are the centerpiece of this corker
I have used the other two popular floor corkers and this one is worth the small extra cost.
Yes it still would be nice if it had some sort of foot rather then just an open square tube.

Still the best ...
June 18, 2020
7 months ago
Floor corker
You couldn't want a better machine.
February 8, 2019
1 year ago
Functional, but could be better
This device looks solidly built, however I expected a nicer experience. Specifically:

- there's no instructions included. There's a tiny picture with some things called out that aren't described. There's an adjustment screw on the plunger that isn't mentioned, but is described online. Then there's an adjustment screw on the bottom for "platform adjustment" but it's not clear at all what that's for or what I should do with it.

- the feet are square tube rough steel. I would have appreciated plastic or rubber feet that wouldn't dig into or scratch flooring.

Just... could have been nicer with a few small additions - $0.25 of paper with some notes about how to adjust it, or at least a website link to instructions. And $0.25 of rubber feet.
October 10, 2018
over 2 years ago
A nice quality piece of equipment!
I've not got to use my corker yet however I've assembled it and that was quite simple. I even did a adjustment test by corking an empty bottle, that took a few turns of the adjustment nut, now it seats the cork flush to the top of the bottle, very easy! Its well built and sturdy. One reason I choose this model is it's ability to be easily disassembled and stored away for later use. If I had something negative to say, and that would really be picky, it would be to add rubber feet to to each leg, so that it doesn't move when corking and it doesn't scratch a wooden or tile/marble floor. Anyway, a great piece to have for a home wine makers arsenal!
March 13, 2018
over 2 years ago