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#127870; LEAKPROOF: Bihuoâs wine stopper is 100% leakage free to keep the wine fresh up to 10 days.
#127870; EASILY CLEANABLE: The three easy steps to use and clean the wine preserver. Insert it into the bottle, press the handle to seal the bottle airtight and just lift up the handle to release the stopper.
#127870; FITTABLE STOPPER: Our wine stopper is designed with such dimensions that it fits most of the bottles either having red or white wines. Just buy the pack and make yourself stress free for not fitting your wine bottles.
#127870; RUST FREE: The wine stoppers are preferred to be made of stainless steel in order to avoid any kind of damaging element especially rust.
#127870; ACCESSORY TO BE GIFTED: If you are thinking about the stuff to be gifted for Christmas or New Year, then stop here and simply press âADD TO CARTâ button.
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Perfect Fresh Keeping: Keep Your Wine taste fresh up to 10 days
This wine stopper is made of food grade stainless steel and durable silicone, 100% seal anti-leakage which can preserve and prolong the life of your opened wine. It not only features with stylish and elegant appearance, but also easy to clean, just use a soft and dry cloth to wipe, it won't leave residue. "br""b"100% Airtight seal and anti-leakage."br""br" Our wine stopper is universal size, it fits most standard wine bottles, such as champagne, wine and whisky. "br" It is very easy to use - Just insert the stopper into bottle and press the lever to seal the bottle airtight. The wine won't leak when the bottle is upside down. Good looking Metal drawing design looks more texture and taste. Easy To Use Just insert the stopper into the bottle and press the lever to seal the bottle air tight. Material Food Graded Stainless Steel to keep more safe and healthier. Perfect Gift This Beautiful and practical wine stopper is a perfect gift for your favorite parents, your dear, you friends or yourself.
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