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And For the Wine Lover that has Everything...

We present the most awesome (let's admit it, the ONLY) steampunk corkscrew and wine pourer we've ever seen.

All I want to know is whether it comes with the guy in the tux to crank the handle for you.

You gotta see this:

And if you have to ask which room of your house you put it in, you can't afford it. This thing needs a special room all its own.

Via Gizmodo via Cooking Gadgets.

Comments (15)

Uzi Cohen wrote:
03.10.09 at 6:04 PM

Bono and Prince Albert?! It'a riot!

Dylan wrote:
03.10.09 at 6:28 PM

I really enjoy the aesthetic behind steampunk, but this device is practically on par with a Rube Goldberg machine. Great craftsmanship.

03.10.09 at 7:55 PM

Does it come with the soundtrack?

Brooke wrote:
03.10.09 at 8:10 PM

Is this the same guy who created the game Mousetrap?

Anonymous wrote:
03.10.09 at 11:52 PM

I've got three on order; one for reds, one for whites, and one for oranges. But I have to get the over-filling the glass thing fixed. Not acceptable, chap.

Art Predator wrote:
03.10.09 at 11:54 PM

this is a kick! thanks for the find!

Arthur wrote:
03.11.09 at 8:28 AM

Now we need one to open sparkling wines....

03.11.09 at 11:24 AM

Much needed for Hospice du Rhone sommeliers!

03.11.09 at 11:41 AM

So much fun, I had to watch it twice, thanks!

Jake wrote:
03.11.09 at 12:54 PM

Thanks Alder, this will be a perfect addition to my new 40 thousand bottle underground tri-level wine cellar and tasting room. Does the builder do automatic bottle finders too? (-:

Bob Grant wrote:
03.11.09 at 12:59 PM

It's amazing what out there for wine. There's so much more to it than first realized. I'm new to this whole hobby and I fount there is so much help out there.

Jennifer wrote:
03.11.09 at 8:02 PM

This is awesome ... but I want the soundtrack too ... and a cutie to wear the tux ! Great video.. thanks for sharing! Cheers!

Melanie wrote:
03.12.09 at 5:00 PM

Wow. That's amazing. What songs are those in the video?

Alder's Mom wrote:
03.15.09 at 3:25 PM

Alder, now I know what to get you for your birthday!

03.17.09 at 10:54 AM

Really would like to own one.. Wife said no!

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