Open A Bottle Of Wine With ONE Button

ONE button. That’s all it takes to uncork a bottle of wine with the Electric Rabbit wine bottle opener. Seriously. ONE button. I don’t know about you, but I always have trouble opening a bottle of wine with a traditional bottle opener. I am that person who ends up with the bottle of wine between my knees (and I know I’m not the only one out there who does this) as I desperately use all my upper body strength to pull out the cork and fail.every.single.time.

I was about to invest in a traditional Rabbit bottle opener after I recently used a friend’s, but then my husband heard about the Electric Rabbit opener. It is fantastic and so easy to use (as he demonstrates in the pictures below)!


The Electric Rabbit is rechargeable and says it will uncork up to 30 bottles on one charge. Now I haven’t reached 30 yet, but so far I LOVE this product! After using the removable attachment to cut off the foil, simply hold the Electric Rabbit over the top of the wine bottle.


With the press of a button the opener descends into the cork, and then you press the button again and the cork is removed!


Now, you must hold the electric Rabbit in one hand, and steady the wine bottle with your other hand, however the opener does all the work.


And the bottle is open!


I was surprised to see that this product received some negative reviews online. It sounds like a few people did not have luck with the product or didn’t like that you still needed to steady the bottle, but I have to disagree with them. I have had a great experience so far and have been spreading the word about the Electric Rabbit.

You can find the electric Rabbit on, and several retailers. I purchased mine at Costco.

This video shows how easy this product is to use.

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