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Waiter style-light and easy to use and move around. Twist the squiggly part into the cork as much as you can and then pull the cork out.
lever style-don't need to be strong. you just squeeze the sides together and pull the corkscrew up and the cork easily comes out.
twist- twist handle and cork comes up. similar to both waiter and lever styles.
pump-inserts co2 and cork pops off right away.
Posted on Jan 16, 2013
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