Double Lever Hand Corker – for Standard Wine, Belgian Beer, and Synthetic Plastic Corks

(6 customer reviews)


Material Plastic
Colour Red
Finish type Polished
Brand FastRack
Product dimensions 36L x 26W centimetres

  • Durable: Metal parts construction with plastic handles
  • Double-Levered: 2 handles for good leverage. Versatile: Will work on #7, #8, and #9 size corks
  • Easy to Use: Add a cork to this Double Lever Hand Corker, push the levers, and the cork goes into the bottle
  • Economical: Corking your own bottles with this Hand Corker is cost-effective and efficient
  • Packing included: 1pc Double Lever Hand Corker, 20 Count Wine Corks.
SKU: B07JB97PT7 Categories: ,

Easy to Use

Plunger designs are hard to use and take a lot of strength as you forcefully plunge the cork into the bottle, but this new corker has 2 handles for good leverage.

Simply add a cork and push the levers down. It’s that Easy!

You’ll instantly have a perfectly corked bottle!

Package Included:
1 x Double Lever Hand Corker
1 x 20 Count Wine Corks

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Date First Available

11 October 2018



6 reviews for Double Lever Hand Corker – for Standard Wine, Belgian Beer, and Synthetic Plastic Corks

  1. ajumax

    Works as intended. Just be aware that the corks need to be soaked before pressing.

  2. Pipe LLanos Reyes

    si tienes la fuerza es una excelente herramienta
    Mido 186cm y 110kg y si le tengo que poner algo de fuerza para poder meter el corcho a la botella.ya a las 20 botellas se siente el esfuerzo pero quedan selladas perfectamente.

  3. Ben

    Tough to use but works great with some muscle!
    It needs some muscle to use. Nothing crazy, but a bit more than I want to use on glass bottles. It also deforms the top of the cork because the metal rod is narrower than the cork. It works great for me, but if you want a nicer looking cork in the end or an easier install, then I’d recommend looking at some other type of corker.

  4. Pennyaline

    Once you get the feel for it…
    …and establish a rhythm, it works well. Do a few practice bottles and corks before you start sealing wine. For me it tends to push the cork too far down the neck, so a little manipulation is required (not adjustable, like some pricier corkers are). Also, the corks that came with mine were dry and brittle; seated okay but totally fell apart when pulled a few months later resulting in little cork pieces in and on everything.

  5. Nathan Murray

    Works great, has some issues
    I bought this because I started to make mead. This works well and does the job. One issue I’ve found is that it’s not as good as a floor corker as this if your not even with pressure you may not get a good deal or even cork insertion

  6. spunky

    need muscles to push cork onto bottle
    I made wine.

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