Cuisinart Electric Wine Opener Review

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Score By Feature Based on 20 ratings

Quality of material 4.5 
Easy to hold 4.4 
Easy to use 4.3 
Giftable 4.2 
Value for money 4.2 
Battery life 4.0 
  • User-friendly product.
  • Super-fast charging.
  • Operate slowly.

Cuisinart Electric Wine Opener Product Description

Stainless steel exterior and compact design are the features of the Cuisinart wine opener. On a single charge, the corkscrew can open up to 50 wine bottles. A two-button operation with remove and eject buttons makes opening wine bottles easy. NiMH battery packs may be recharged quickly with the charging base due to their compact design. The kit includes a foil cutter that can be used to easily remove the seal of a wine bottle.

  • Bottle opener that uncorks up to 50 bottles on a single charge and is recharged quickly with NiHM batteries.
  • There are only two buttons on the unit "Remove" to uncork a bottle and "Eject" to release it.
  • A stainless steel design looks elegant and is easy to clean.
  • No need to break synthetic or natural corks with this machine.
  • An included foil cutter allows you to neatly trim off foil seals, and the charging base stores it when not in use.
  • Design that is compact, cordless, and lightweight.

Questions & Answers

The battery is rechargeable and runs on lithium. Plugs into a 110 volt outlet.
Having had several Cuisinart wine openers, they don't seem to last. I am looking for another quality brand to replace Cuisinart. I will never buy any Cuisinart products Strike 3 (a strike of the ball).
The batteries would have to be replaced, but I've had one for years in the rechargeable station without problems.
The program works for a single user There were only two bottles and they were never used. *********** RM.

Selected User Reviews For Cuisinart Electric Wine Opener

Purchases should not be made (1/5)

This is horrible! I used it 3 times in a row before it broke. When I contacted Conair/Cuisinart about the problem, they responded after weeks that they would replace the unit, but I would have to send back the broken one WITH a $10 check. Thank you, but no Some of my friends have also experienced their cushions breaking after a few uses. It is not a good item to buy. In addition to this wine opener, there are others available.

Zaid Wang - 19/06/2021
I am dissatisfied (1/5)

It lasted just two months. Only two months have passed since this wine opener was purchased. It appears that the charge light has come While in use, however, the screw descends halfway through the cork and the charge is lost. After I had let it charge for another night, I had then turned it off. It's the same issue as before.

Amora Ritter - 24/02/2021
This is useless as the cork gets hung up in the device after 3 usages! Having opened three bottles of wine, the cork stuck and the wine couldn't be drunk (1/5)

Waste of time. it is not even worth the effort, it is not even worth the effort. Apparently, what you pay for is what you get. The only way to remove the cork is to disassemble the unit, voiding the worthless warranty offered by Cuisinart.

Jakob PICKERING - 23/01/2021
You have plenty of power! My first impression was that this looked like a quality product (5/5)

The three electric wine openers I bought are all from the same company. One was a gift and one was a purchase. All of them worked well, but this one had more power and style than the rest. You should try this wine if you are serious about your wine!.

Lexie Ford - 24/03/2021
It is a real disappointment (1/5)

A foil cutter is included neatly behind the opener, which makes the device seem well designed. The device has been in my possession for less than a year, and I've only used it once or twice. It appears that the opener loses charge half way through opening the bottle the last two times I used it. During the last time I got stuck with the cork. It took me awhile to realize I wasn't the only one who had this experience, but after going through the reviews, I see I'm I highly recommend that you choose another product instead. I am very It has been a long time since Cuisinart surprised me.

Imani Pittman - 31/07/2021
This is a pretty good job (4/5)

It gets a good workout, but unfortunately I haven't found one with a long battery life. I have had it for a few months and it hasn't had a long life yet. As I watch the power drain, it becomes increasingly obvious that the batteries are almost empty. If it lasts a year for $20, it will be worth it to me. I wish we could still find appliances that were made the way they were A well-made product would make them less money, but they would still make a profit. This is a sleek looking device that doesn't take up a lot of As soon as I have to buy again, I will definitely search for other options.

Mariana Horton - 06/06/2021
The warranty is terrible! I tried it about a dozen times and it stopped working (1/5)

Corks will no longer be removed from the unit As soon as it encounters resistance, it ceases to function. The manufacturer still covers this by You'll have to pay $10 to ship a new unit to you, PLUS you'll have to pay for your own return of the power cord. Thank you, but no thanks! It works very well for me to remove wing corkscrews manually. Additionally, the unit takes up an excessive amount of counter space and is rather expensive. Charge your phone while plugged in (they recommend this. 1) I regret buying it on impulse, so I will cut my losses rather than spend another $15+ on.

Blair Ferguson - 17/01/2021
The automatic opener is great if you don't want to fumble with a manual one (5/5)

The corkscrews are no longer a hassle, and you won't have to wonder if it's been screwed in too far or too much. There will be 15-minute meetings The battery needs to be recharged after 20 openings.

Easton Carver - 26/03/2021