DetailsThe Gilda Compression Hand Corker is the corker most similar to how a floor corker operates. Add a cork, compress the handles, push the lever, and the cork goes in. A friend to help hold the bottle would be a good idea when using this corker. This corker offers an adjustable depth setting as well.
Note: When compressing the cork you do not need the handles to touch to get the cork in the bottle.
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4.1 / 5.033 ReviewsNovember 8, 2018Purchased
1 month agoIt gets the job done.It takes considerable hand strength. Where one man could probably use it without difficulty, it takes two women. In all fairness it was our first time to use artificial corks and it got much easier after we got the hang of it.June 17, 2018Purchased
6 months agoWorks greatVery easy to use. was not so sure about the plastic connections but it works fine.December 5, 2016Purchased
over 2 years agoglida compression hand coorkerI've been using it for several months now and it's great the only thing that it needs is a bottle holder I made one that worksAugust 4, 2016GILDA COMPRESSION CORKERWorks great especially if you boil the corks prior. then it works with little effort.August 1, 2016Works as expectedNo issues if you have decent grip strength.July 31, 2016Works ok, sort of, but I'd spend the extra $$$ on a floor corker now.I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong, but it just doesn't place #8 corks consistently for me. I find myself wishing I had just went ahead and purchased a floor model.April 7, 2015Saved my hand from falling offIts a little cumbersome but when you have 30 bottles to cork it will save your hand._x000D_The corks were positioned correctly unlike a different corker that would leave them sticking up a little.February 16, 2014Way better than the hand corkerIt took me a while to get the hang of it but once I did, I managed an entire batch ion one session. It seats the corks very well. You wont be disappointed with it.December 24, 2013Good value but may break earlyAfter doing a whole set of corking Im worried about the strength of the handle on this corker. The Handles feel like they could break at any moment when you are squeezing the corks down. Should have steel arms to press the cork smaller.November 3, 2013
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