Artisan Handled Corkscrew/Bottle Stopper

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Artisan Handled Corkscrew/Bottle Stopper Reviews

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Very nice kit

Mike in MI

Comments On Apr 03, 2017:This is an easy project that looks very nice. Very high quality with the metal. A dab of loctite will help keep the handles from coming loose but don't use the permanent stuff so you can take the handles off to wash it. Well worth the money.

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Great product

Dave in WI

Comments On Feb 05, 2017:I have done quite a few of these, all with acrylic. I like the way these assemble vs. a few others I have tried. I use a drop of CA glue on the threads and mating surface. Works out very well. just ordered another batch.

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T Handle Corkscrew/Bottle Stopper

Annette in MO

Comments On Dec 01, 2015:This is the nicest kit that I have put together by far. I like the way it goes together. I like that the parts can be taken apart to wash. What a novel kit. I will be buying more of these kits. Thank you for creating this kit. It is the BEST. Even the beginning woodturner can use this kit, as well as the more experienced. Thanks,

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stopper/corkscrew

Gary in NH

Comments On Nov 24, 2013:Have made them from similar companies. Like that its stainless, however I dont like that you screw in the handles to the main body. Other T-stoppers I have turned require pressing the parts onto the main body. I find screwing them in allows them to loosen. Perhaps some locktite will help.

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Handled Bottle stopper/corkscrew

Robert in KY

Comments On Sep 02, 2013:The finish and function are at the high levels we expect. I found the handle pins were difficult to adequately tighten and need to be secured with thread lock. I also put a drop of contact cement on the mating faces of the handle/stopper so the wood would not rotate, thus preserving the grain alignment. Public acceptance has been very good.

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