Rogar Champion Opener Pewter and Wood Stand Set NEW #30520

SKU: 30520 Rogar Champion Pewter Wood SET
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Don't settle for cheap knockoffs. Authentic Rogar Estate and Champion Openers are renowned for their quality and durability. Opens both standard and flanged wine bottles. IWA Exclusive.
Rogar Champion Opener Pewter and Wood Stand Set NEW (P/N 30520). Opening a bottle of wine has never been easier! With 1 swing of the handle, the cork is penetrated and removed. To re-cork, simply reverse the motion.

The opener clamps to the included Solid Wood Display Stand. Also clamps directly onto a table.

Each opener includes
  • A counter clamp to attach the opener securely to the wood stand or directly to a table
  • A flanged clamp to grip the wine bottle
  • Constructed from heavy-duty zinc-alloy
  • Molded with a grape motif that evokes 19th century Americana
  • Teflon-coated corkscrew
  • Pewter finish
  • Stained wood handle
  • Matching stained wood stand
Brand: Rogar

Size: 12 1/2w x 6d x 23h (in)

Weight: 13.9 lbs

Material: Wood

One year limited warranty. If any problems occur, simply return the opener and we will fix it or replace it.

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Just What I Was Looking For After a Long Search


I have been very happy with my Estates opener on a wood stand set for approx. 25-30 years now, and have only recently had to replace the corkscrew on it. But I had been finding only negative reviews on the new ones in researching for one for a gift for a family member. I believe I have found just what I was looking for here at IWA in this Rogar Champion opener with stand. It's beautiful, looks like great quality hardware, and the recipients were delighted when they were able to open their first bottle with such ease. There was a little wait in IWA getting them in, but it looks like the wait was well worth it.