Cuisinart Cordless Wine Opener Review

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$39.95

Score By Feature Based on 17 ratings

Easy to use 4.6 
Battery life 4.6 
Giftable 4.6 
Pros
  • Sturdy and innovative.
  • Light-weighted.
Cons
  • Fragile.

Cuisinart Cordless Wine Opener Product Description

This model can uncork 80 bottles (yes, 80!) on a single charge, making it probably the most powerful option on the list. It features a handy vacuum sealer that helps maintain freshness, and its thin and cordless design makes it easy to use. The sleek black grip coupled with stainless steel accents give this little wine opener a sleek look that may not be as stylish as some of the other models but offers a distinct advantage in terms of battery power.

  • The device unearths up to 80 bottles on a single charge, and it charges quickly as well. The cord is 36 inches long.
  • Freshness and flavor are preserved in unfinished wines when they are sealed with a vacuum pump.
  • This elegant, cordless radio features stainless steel accents and a sleek design.
  • An included foil cutter allows you to neatly trim off foil seals, and the charging base stores it when not in use.

Questions & Answers

It has been a long time since it was replaced, but a rechargeable battery should last for years! How you take care of your battery will dictate how long your battery lasts. As we are unable to quantify many variables, we have given up trying to set a time frame!
That specific information is not known to me. The device is powered by the standard household voltage in the United States.
It is very easy to use, and it works very well. By repeatedly pressing down on the top of the device, you form an airtight seal over the top of the wine bottle. The effect is similar to a pump that releases air from inside a In addition to the scale, the top of the bottle has a date that can be set for the day you sealed it. You'll enjoy it!
I don't hear any noise from it, but for about 15 seconds it makes a little noise.

Selected User Reviews For Cuisinart Cordless Wine Opener

I have purchased three of these in the past two years because they are not durable and have poor customer service (1/5)

The last one failed in less than two months. They usually break down very quickly. Unfortunately, the return period has ended. In order to get a replacement, Cuisinart requires that I pay for both shipping directions. This is not worth the effort.


Aarav Cherry - 29/04/2021
Sadly, the product did not last (1/5)

The same issue was present for most other dissatisfied customers. It's working in the up direction, but has stopped working in the down direction.


Arlo McConnell - 18/03/2021
Having said that, it does work great, my only concern is that this is the third version (4/5)

As this is the third one I've had, I'm concerned that it might not last. Those who had been involved with the project had given up about a year ago.


Michaela Cervantes - 16/04/2021
I hate this! Since the product stopped removing corks, it cannot remove them (1/5)

I hate this! Since the product stopped removing corks, it cannot remove them. A single puncture is made on the top of the cork, and then the machine.


Nolan Patel - 14/01/2021
Lessens the stress of daily life (5/5)

As a gift for Christmas, I bought my wife a wine corkscrew because she was having trouble opening bottles with a regular corkscrew. It's great for her, and I love it, because now I don't have to open her wine. You can always rely on it to stay charged and ready. A woman holds the device on the lid of a wine bottle and pushes a button, and the bottle pops. A mechanic has figured out that the cutter is not designed to work with.


Scout Alexander - 28/05/2021
Keep the cork tight at all times (2/5)

My husband and I got this wine opener from CuisineArt because we trust the manufacturer since the instructions are straightforward. I followed the instructions the very first time we used it by placing the wine bottle on top of it and pressing the down button to remove the cork. I did not have any problems with that part. My wine opener didn't release the cork easily once I removed it from the bottle. I pressed the up button to release it from the wine opener, and the cork just spun. A pair of pliers was needed to remove the cork manually. used the wine opener to open another bottle to try it a second time. In the same way, something similar occurred. Again, I trust CuisineArt, which is why I am returning this product and ordering a new one. It is just possible that the first one I received was defective.


Laylah SCHOFIELD - 15/01/2021
Amazing gadget! Thanks for sharing! What a wonderful thing this is (5/5)

I used a manual corkscrew to get to my moscato, but my hand only managed to break the majority of the cork and cause tears, so I decided to opt for this device. You can use it in so many ways! It's amazing! This year, everyone is getting it as a stocking stuffer! In addition to the vacuum sealer, it's a great addition!.


Santana Riddle - 27/07/2021
The same number of bottles are opened on each charge, just as all the others! My wife cannot use the wings or levers due to arthritis in her hands, so I bought this for her (1/5)

Because it said it could open up to 80 bottles, I was under the impression Cuisinart invested in a better battery or at least The cork is half out of the bottle when the wine opens for the first ten times. This is a nice display but the descriptive information is false, and how many it opens is even more important. It would be better if they removed 80 and replaced it with opens 10 bottles before a new charge is needed.


Yahir HEWITT - 16/07/2021