#Ozeri electric wine opener with aerating pourer




As seen in restaurants, the Ozeri Prestige makes opening wine bottles easy and entertaining. New improved 2nd generation battery opens up to 80 wine bottles on a single charge.



Opens a bottle of wine in just seconds with push button ease
Ultra-light cordless design features an ergonomic rubberized soft grip that fits in the palm of your hand. Includes an elegant recharging base, a new aerating pourer and compact foil cutter.


Cali Julz says...
Yeah, ok...so this is one of those items that you never thought you needed until you actually had the chance to use it!! Not only is the Ozeri electric wine opener easy to use, it is super cool! There is a bit of a learning curve to use but it once you get the hang, it's so fancy! Included is a compact foil cutter, which I have never used and BTW is so cool! The new aerating pourer is a must for reds and I love that the opener itself is cordless so when I am entertaining I'm not dragging around cords everywhere. One full charge on the base with uncork about 80 bottles, so feel free to sit back and enjoy! 

See the demo video I created below to see my first use and final thoughts!


The Ozeri Prestige Electric Wine Opener opens both natural and synthetic corks. It also boasts a new ultra light-weight design, a faster motor and an ergonomic rubberized soft grip for effortless handling. Use it at home or take it with you to impress your hosts and guests before the first sip.


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The Ozeri Prestige Electric Wine Opener makes opening wine bottles easy while entertaining your guests at the same time. Designed for home and restaurant use, its latest generation battery now opens up to 80 wine bottles with the gentle push of a button, all on a single charge. The Ozeri Prestige Electric Wine Opener is completely cordless and includes an elegant recharging base with an LED charging indicator. The Prestige also ships with a free aerating pourer to enhance aromas and a compact foil cutter to remove wine seals.





In the spirit of full disclosure, I was given the above mentioned product free in exchange for my honest review. This post may contain affiliate linking.