The Campagnolo Big Corkscrew is exactly the type of design you’d expect from the Italian cycling brand. Taking decades of Italian engineering and design into account, the company’s founder designed a corkscrew which always places the screw in the central part of the cork.
Its design makes opening a fresh bottle of wine a breeze, allowing users to easily pull out even the most stubborn corks without ruining the wine. Its screw is developed in such a way that it prevents piercing through the bottom of the cork, preventing cork from falling into the wine. And because of its big size, it provides an impressive amount of leverage to pull corks right out of their bottles with ease. It was first introduced in 1966, and its design remains unchanged. It’s available in two finishes: antique bronze or silver. It will run you $182. [Purchase]