Bar & Wine Tools - The Peugeot Mathus Corkscrew puts the squeeze on wine corks to remove corks smoothly without damage. Created from the original 19th century design, the blade style corkscrew dual prongs slide between cork and the bottle neck to squeeze cork out with minimal risk of damaging the cork or adding cork debris to the wine. The butler's corkscrew or “ah so“ style bottle opener works remarkably well on fragile corks from mature wines and removes corks broken off by other corkscrews. Ergonomic Zamak alloy handle with spring steel blades. Protected by a decorative sheath when not in use. Attractively gift boxed for any wine enthusiast. 10 year warranty.The Peugeot family of Valentigney, France, started in the manufacturing business in the early 19th century. Years before they became known for crafting luxury automobiles, the Peugeot company created its first coffee mill in 1840, beginning a history of creating not merely kitchen gadgets, but high performance professional tools prefer - Specifications Material: Zamak alloy, stainless steel Model: 200251 Size: 6 1/4“L x 1“W prong (3 1/2“W with handle) Weight: 4 oz. Made in China Use and Care To use, remove foil, insert longer blade between bottle wall and cork and slowly push blade into bottle until shorter blade comes into contact with top of bottle, insert this blade as before. Rock handle back and forth to allow blades to move down into bottle. Once fully inserted, grasp bottle in one hand and handle in the other and while twisting the handle either clockwise or counter-clockwise, pull out cork. Do not push corkscrew straight into the bottle or you may push the cork inside the bottle. At the same time it is important not to pull the corkscrew out of the bottle without the needed twisting motion; you may extract the corkscrew and not the cork. Blade-style openers should never be used with synthetic corks. Wipes clean.