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Gadgets for wine lovers

The very efficient, lever-style mainstay: the Original Rabbit

The very efficient, lever-style mainstay: the Original Rabbit Corkscrew ($50). Photo Credit: Handout

Metrokane, which brought mondo vino the very efficient Original Rabbit Corkscrew, has added to its speedy, plunge-and-pull repertoire. You could buy some very good wines for the price of most of the equipment. But these aren't just more wine toys. They're actually helpful.

The very efficient, lever-style mainstay: the Original Rabbit
Photo Credit: Handout

The very efficient, lever-style mainstay: the Original Rabbit Corkscrew ($50).

If the manual corkscrews won't do, The Electric
Photo Credit: Handout

If the manual corkscrews won't do, The Electric Rabbit Corkscrew ($50) does the job with a button push. It also sports an LED screen showing the number of pulls remaining before you need to recharge it.

The Original Rabbit Corkscrew now has company from
Photo Credit: Handout

The Original Rabbit Corkscrew now has company from The Vertical Rabbit ($50), a plunge-and-pull model that's more streamlined, covers the top of the bottle and quickly pulls the cork.

The Rabbit Wine Preserver ($15) helps keep wine
Photo Credit: Handout

The Rabbit Wine Preserver ($15) helps keep wine fresh with a pump to create a vacuum and a gauge to show when it's done.

The Rabbit Wine Preserver ($15) helps keep wine
Photo Credit: Handout

The Rabbit Wine Preserver ($15) helps keep wine fresh with a pump to create a vacuum and a gauge to show when it's done.

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