Traditional design with beech wood handle and, of course, a left-hand twist! New design spiral is the same as the professional waiter's corkscrew. Make opening your bottles a pleasure by turning the corkscrew in your natural direction. Leave it laying around for right-handers to use (or not!) and they will see the difficulty you normally face.
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Left Handed Corkscrew I bought this for our New Years Eve party and left it out near the wine bottles without mentioning the fact that all the "righties" there wouldnt be able to use it !I didn't see anyone but I know a couple of people tried it and kept quiet because they didn't want to look daft, Lefty Revenge :o) (10/03/2011) Julie - West Yorkshire
Left Handed Corkscrew - review 2 from Julie Just to say that I tried the corkscrew and it works a dream, not for the rightie in our house though, I still havent told my partner its left handed ! ! (10/03/2011) Julie - West Yorkshire
Much easier for left-handers Another really useful item. My left-handed son couldn't work out "normal" corkscrews. This is great for him. (24/05/2011) Kim Quance - West Midlands
Speed Get my bottle of wine quicker now from my favourite wine bar. (29/02/2012) -
great item such a simple item, but such a huge step for a left handed person. (21/05/2011) -
a very useful addition to your range .having a lefthanded corkscrew m\akes it so much easier to remove a cork for a lefthanded person .I thought that the actual screw is a bit on the flimsy side. (04/03/2011) -
lefty corkscrew Reasonable price for this and works well. I was the one who suggested to the original owners in Beak Street off Golden Square to put a pin in the shaft as it will not work without the pin. (16/11/2012) -
instrument of vengeance! Funny how so many left handers want to get their revenge on right handers. And why not! Leaving it by wine bottles and watching right handers struggle is quite satisfying. But apart from that, a very practical tool. Ironically, took a while to adjust to it after years of ordinary corkscrews! (29/02/2012) Suej - Gloucestershire
Needed a leverage point Lovely design except it needs a point of leverage to remove the cork or risk wine everywhere as the cork flies out. (03/02/2013) Alex - Rutland
Our Reply: This is a simple T-Pattern model - if you want more leverage try our new waiter corkscrew that has a 2-position lever to easily remove corks http://www.anythinglefthanded.co.uk/acatalog/waiters-corkscrew.html
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