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December 07, 2018

Good morning crew,

I love beer, but to me beer is an everyday kind of beverage. When I open a bottle of wine, on the other hand, it is always something of a special occasion. So I like to make a little production out of it.

You've seen those waiter-style bottle openers with the little lever, then there are the big, table-top openers with a handle that you crank like a water pump, then there are the hand-held ones from the high-end retail stores that you clamp onto the neck of the bottle and have to use two hands to pull the cork out. But if you really want to impress your friends, and have a little fun opening up your favorite vintage, get the Injector Pump Bottle Opener.

It's fun AND it's easy. Here's how it works...

Just slide the injector needle straight down into the cork (it's sharp, so it's like piercing through butter). Then just give a couple pumps on the handle. You'll see the cork slide up and pop out effortlessly. What happens is air pressure builds up under the cork, which simply pushes in the only direction it can go... up.

Here's a fun game. Before you pull your bottle of wine out, hand your friends the injector pump and see if they can figure out what it is. I promise they're all going to want one. And for only $7.99 it makes an awesome gift.

Click the link and see the Injector Pump in action. You're gonna be surprised how easy it is.

Click here to watch the video or to order.

Laugh it up,

Joe

joe@gophercentral.com

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