DetailsThe Bench Bottle Capper features an adjustable spring-mounted capping mechanism, making it easy to adjust for different size bottles on the fly. Simply push the black button on the unit to adjust the height to fit any size bottle.
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4.4 / 5.041 ReviewsSave time bottlingIt is definitely worth the money to upgrade from a winged capper to a benchtop capper, especially if you do a lot of bottling. This is so much easier to use. It takes a few bottles to get used to it, but eventually you will probably be able to do it one-handed. If you are bottling mifferent sized bottles, you just have to make sure you sort them so that you adjust the height of the capper the least number of times.April 5, 2013Great tool that will save lots of time.I bought this bench capper because I wanted a faster way to bottle, and it fit the bill nicely. Before, I would fill each bottle, set a cap on it, set the bottle to the side, and then stop filling, and cap the bottles in groups of 10 to 15. Now, with my left hand I can fill the bottle, and use my right hand to cap it, while filling the next bottle with my left hand. Works beautifully. I highly recommend it.July 18, 2011A real time saver.This is a great, moderately priced capper. Very easy to use and it is a real time saver.February 1, 20125 starsWhat a step up from the hand capper. This is much more effective and quick. Great quality and price for such a great capperJune 6, 2012Save bottlesThis is a great capper and has saved me from breaking many bottles.October 28, 2012Blows the hand cappers out of the waterI got my first wing capper with my starter equipment kit, the red baron capper to be exact. I broke the neck clean off of two or three bottles during the first two batches i bottled, trying to be gentle even. The neck would just pop right off after letting the pressure off._x000D__x000D_I broke the red baron capper on my third brew, sending glass, beer, and bits of capper flying around the kitchen. What was even worse was that it was at 11pm and it was on the fifth bottle of the batch. Luckily a buddy was still up and i borrowed his black beauty wing capper to finish the batch. I used his capper for another couple batches, but i still broke a couple more bottles. I decided to get the bench capper, and screwed it to one end of a three foot long 1x6 because i couldnt mount it anywhere permanently. I love this capper in comparison to the wing cappers. I decided to get the standard vs the super agata because its no big deal to sort different size bottles by size so i dont have to readjust the height all the time. The only thing i'm not so keen on is that the capper is plastic and metal, and with the pressures involved in capping, the plastic will surely fail eventually. I wish the whole thing was metal, but for the price, i'm very happy.January 1, 2013Great capper!I don't know how it stacks up as a corker, but this is one fantastic capper. You won't knock your bottles over like you can with a wing capper, and it seat the caps quite well. The plastic slide stop is a bit of a pain: the arm slides over it easily if you let the arm slide upwards. Don't raise the lever to straight up, and you won't have that issue. The base is easily screwed to a bench top or a larger board for steadier bottling, and the mat has concentric rings to help line your bottles up beneath._x000D_It's a great piece of kit, well worth the extra cash over a wing capper.January 31, 2013Totally worth the extra money!Yes, I know, it costs a lot more than the butterfly style, but it is worth every penny! The difference between using the butterfly style capper and this one is HUGE. Spend the extra money and save yourself a lot of time and aggravation.March 19, 2013capperWow, this is a nice unit. Soooo much nicer than the black beauty I was using. If you have bottles that are the same size...you will fly through your capping.April 7, 2013Save time with this one handed capperThis is a great tool to cap bottles. It works great to fill bottles with one hand while you can easily cap your bottles with the other.April 11, 2013
- Customer Q&A
Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 5 answersCan this be used on champagne bottles? Also is this 26 or 29mm?BEST ANSWER: Dears,
I really don't know I never tried to use in champagne bottles.
Sorry I cannot help you
brgdsI have one of these and the handle snapped off. I did not use it very much since I keg mostly. Is there any replacement parts available or a place to get them?BEST ANSWER: We don't stock replacement parts for them, but we could send you a replacement; just let us know your order number.can it be use on a 31.5x 24MM cap?BEST ANSWER: this unit comes with a standard 28 MM bell so will not work as ordered with those caps. If you were able to get a replacement bell, sorry we do not sell one, it will work - you just need the different bell. Cheers!