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KEEN Women S Terradora II WP Lace Boot 6 Pewter Drizzle
Features of the KEEN Women's Terradora II WP Lace Boot Recycled Pet plastic Upper Fleece lining for warmth Thermal heat shield insole captures warmth Low-Density EVA Midsole caters to a woman's foot Keen. freeze rubber Outsole for traction in cold conditions Non-marking rubber Outsole leaves no trace Stability shank delivers lightweight support Keen.dry waterproof breathable membrane Keen.warm Insulation rated to -25°F/-32°C Eco anti-odor for natural odor control Recycled Pet plastic PFC-free durable water repellent
Matthew R. Kuiper: Because this is my first cork screw that I have owned that hasn't been part of a swiss army knife, I wasn't prepared for this little wonder. The OXO makes opening a bottle of wine or oil effortless. The plastic handle feels good in my hand and a few twists the cork easily slides out of the bottle.Just as an additional praise for this corkscrew, I bring this with me when I go over to people's houses just in case a need might be found. I try not to be "that guy" but when your corkscrew looks this good it is hard not to demonstrate.
Michael Trotman: I read a few negative reviews about this corkscrew that are critical of the build quality. I have to respectfully disagree. I'm not sure exactly what type of polymer it's made of, but it's not "cheap plastic". Yes, it's very lightweight and made of something not metal, but whatever it's made of is very strong and durable. The screw literally glides into the cork like a hot knife through butter and because the corkscrew is so lightweight all of your energy goes into removed the cork instead of balancing a heavy corkscrew. I love it.
Omar Siddique: I like OXO products, and this easy-to-use corkscrew is no exception to that rule. It has clean lines, a simple to use design, and pulls out corks with very little skill or effort needed.But I did find removed rubber corks got stuck in the corkscrew if the worm was screwed all the way down as one would normally remove a natural cork; there wasn't enough cork sticking out of the mechanism to get a decent grip, combined with the rubber's natural stickiness, this required a pair of pliers to extract the removed cork. So this corkscrew seems best for natural corks, though this rubber cork may have been just an aberration.The corkscrew does fall a bit short in the materials department. The matte-black plastic is on the plain side, and could use the aesthetics of the OXO Steel lineup. Time will tell if the plastic body holds up to regular use, I'll update if the corkscrew breaks. Despite the relatively low consumption rate of my household, I've had several fancy corkscrews fall apart under normal usage, part of why I've preferred simple (but harder to use) corkscrews.While I'm still a fan of the old-fashioned "waiter's corkscrew" (a very small, simple device that depends on bracing on the edge of the bottle, the integrity of the cork, and a dash of manual dexterity), this one is much easier to use, and the girlfriend prefers it. So while it won't fit in my pocket, it is Recommended.
Peggy Jentoft: This is a very good winged corkscrew quite easy to use. This is probably just as sturdy as anything else that is out there these days. The plastic does seem a bit flimsy to an old person like me because I remember when all plastics were flimsy. I am Arthritic but had no trouble a tall using it.
QueenB: I had to return this item because after I removed the cork from the wine bottle I couldnt get the cork out of the corkscrew. The company sent me a replacement with an opening which makes it easier to remove the cork from the corkscrew. But my old-fashioned corkscrew still works the best.