OXO - Good Grips Waiter's Corkscrew -

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    Item #: 79189
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    OXO - Good Grips Waiter's Corkscrew -

    • Item# :79189
      UPC# :719812316819
    • Brand:OXO
    • Ship Weight:0.25
    OXO Good Grips Waiter's Corkscrew - 1 ea.

    The OXO GOOD GRIPS Waiter’s Corkscrew is not just for waiters! A stainless steel foil cutter and corkscrew make easy work of opening bottles of wine, and opening pop-top beverage bottles is a snap with the stainless steel bottle opener. A soft body provides a comfortable grip, and the Waiter’s Corkscrew folds up compactly. Small enough to fit in your pocket, this Corkscrew is perfect for picnics or travel.
      Feature's & Benefits
      • Soft body for comfortable grip
      • Stainless steel corkscrew, foil cutter and bottle opener
      • Not just for waiters! Perfect for picnics or travel
    Dimensions: 5
    Weight: 3 oz.

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    1331 South Seventh St.
    Chambersburg, PA,
    Phone: 800-545-4411 Fax: 717-709-5350 Visit website

    About OXO

    Oxo was founded in 1990 on the philosophy of universal design, which is the concept of designing products that are easy to use for the largest possible spectrum of users. At OXO, living by universal design principles gives us an opportunity to see things from a different perspective. The goal of making products more usable forces us to first identify problems and inefficiencies of existing products (including our own), not only in terms of comfort, but performance as well. This gives us the foundation to meet our commitment of making only products that offer tangible improvements. Each year, OXO introduces more than 50 products. Many of these products take more than two years to develop. In fact, a few of the products never make it to the market because they fail to meet the OXO criteria.