Menu Champagne Sabre

Jan 2, 2015

Category: Gear

Did your champagne toast lack that extra something this year? Has traditional cork-popping lost its pizzazz? Plan now to make sure your New Year’s Eve 2015 celebration climaxes spectacularly with the Menu Champagne Sabre.

With one swing of this one piece of “polished, stainless steel flamboyance, made by an equally flamboyant designer” (their words, not ours), you’ll lop the top of your bottle clean off, Jason Voorhees-style. As the glass neck breaks away, so will your memories of subpar bottle openings from days gone by. The pressure from the bottle will naturally ensure that no glass gets in your bubbly – no one likes crunchy champagne – and the pressure on you to perform this neat feat correctly will surely fade away after 15 or 20 reps or so. Enjoy! [Purchase]

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