If you treat wine like a treasure then perhaps it's time you channel your inner Jack Sparrow and open your next vintage with this quirky Legless Pirate Cork Screw.
Designed by designer Nick Lerwill, the cork screw looks like a peg-legged pirate with an eye patch. It's smooth to operate and will keep your head above water when it's time to crack open a new bottle of wine.
Here's the full description of this handy tool:
"The sommelier’s favourite “Waiter’s Friend” corkscrew, pull corks like a professional. Corkscrew with easy-open lever, foil-cutter and beer bottle opener. Designed like a peg-legged pirate with eye-patch, beard, hook hand, earring, black bandana and even a parrot. Forget Blackbeard, “Legless” is the hardest working pirate in the bar."
The Legless Pirate Cork Screw is available for purchase at SUCK UK. It retails for $15.
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