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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Visol Stainless Steel Wine Vacustopper, Silver


This is significantly easier to use than my vacuum pump stopper.  This uses the same principal but does not involve a separate cork and pump.  I tried it on both screw cap and normal wine bottles and it worked well.  $8.00 at Amazon. 


·                        Simply plug it on half empty wine bottle, keep pressing the top of the pump until the air inside the bottle is vacuumed out
·                        This Vacustopper by Visol does both tasks: Vacuums the air out and works as the bottle stopper. Keeps wine from oxidation
·                        Wine can be preserved for up to 2 weeks after pumping air out with this Vacustopper. Dimensions: 1.81" diameter x 3" height. Weight: 2 oz
·                        Stainless steel body on the exterior, plastic and silicone interior
·                        Works on all standard sized wine bottles


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