Monopol Double Winged Lever Corkscrew
The double wing. (Heeley's A1). From Monopol.
This device was patented in 1888 for the Englishman H. S. Heeley and trades in corkscrew history as "Heeley's Double Winged Lever Corkscrew A1." The force is transmitted to the cork with a lever ratio of about 3:1 and pulls it with the greatest of ease and - thanks to a centering ring in the bell - extremely cleanly. The top model from Monopol has hardened steel threads, a cork scraper, and is praised in unison in the many corkscrew sites on the Internet as "the best double lever corkscrew availaible today".
Founded in 1879 in Steinbach Hallenberg, Thuringia, Monopolwerke established its worldwide reputation with the manufacture of corkscrews (and thus also Thuringia's reputation as the cradle of German corkscrew production). Even after the move to Marburg in Hesse, Monopol has remained committed to the production of the highest quality "opening technology": to this day, technically sophisticated, perfectly crafted can openers and corkscrews leave the Wittelsberg production site. Since 2005, the Monopol brand has been part of Westmark GmbH.
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This utensil was patented in 1888 for the Englishman H. S. Heeley and is known in the history of corkscrews as "Heeley‘s Double Winged Lever Corkscrew A1". Force is transferred to the cork with a leverage of approximately 3:1. This makes it incredibly easy to remove the cork and, thanks to a centering ring in the attachment, also very cleanly from the neck of the bottle. For this top model Monopol uses a hardened steel thread.
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