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Lifestyle by Focus offers Rabbit Wine Aerator and Sealer Gift Set (Various Colors) for $9.95 when you apply discount code WINE at checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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This gift set features a wine aerator that has a drip-less pouring spout and easy-to-grip sealer that expands to seal bottle air tight.

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I've bought a bunch of stuff similar to these over the years. Pourer, air vacuum, aerator, etc. But shortly after every purchase I revert back to the basics: open wine, pour the wine, shove old cork back in or rescrew top. Drink opened wine within a day from bottles, or within a month from the boxes.

Restaurants don't use this stuff, use the money saved to buy more wine.
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Yes... But when you use one after the other is when the magic happens...
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I've bought a bunch of stuff similar to these over the years. Pourer, air vacuum, aerator, etc. But shortly after every purchase I revert back to the basics: open wine, pour the wine, shove old cork back in or rescrew top. Drink opened wine within a day from bottles, or within a month from the boxes.

Restaurants don't use this stuff, use the money saved to buy more wine.
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Thanks OP! I love my Rabbit sealer, definitely seals better than the old cork with less hassle. I also wanted to try the aerator too so def a great deal.
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Not to be confused with the other Rabbit product
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Not to be confused with the other Rabbit product
Yes... But when you use one after the other is when the magic happens...
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What you want is the Platypus Platy Preserver (on Amazon). Looks like a plastic blood bag. You pour a bottle of wine into it and squeeze it to the top so there is no air, and put the cap on. Stupid easy and works better than anything else.
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Howdy, I'm new to this, is this for the vajaja?
Not that you should, but you could...

This is for wine...
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Same prices on eBay, without a coupon.
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If you think this product works well, then I have some magic beans you might be interested in...

Long story short:
  • Exposure to oxygen may well 'open up' tight or complex wines.
  • Exposure to oxygen happens regardless, whether the wine is in your glass, in an open bottle or in a decanter (different rates, decanter being the fastest due to increased surface area)
  • Prolonged oxidation will have adverse affects on flavor (flat, dull, off)
  • These wine stoppers have no way of removing the oxygen in the bottle post opening. About as much use as tits on a bull.
  • Placebo effect is real, and if you need this to convince yourself the wine tastes better - go for it!
To Recap: save your money, buy better stemware (glasses), decanter and better wine.
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If you think this product works well, then I have some magic beans you might be interested in...

Long story short:
  • Exposure to oxygen will 'open up' tight or complex wines.
  • Exposure to happens regardless, whether the wine is in your glass, in an open bottle or in a decanter
  • Prolonged oxidation will have adverse affects on flavor (flat, dull, off)
  • These wine stoppers have no way of removing the oxygen in the bottle post opening. About as much use as tits on a bull.
  • Placebo effect is real, and if you need this to convince yourself the wine tastes better - go for it!
To Recap: save your money, buy better stemware (glasses), decanter and better wine.

This. I find it ironic that one product intentionally adds O2 to the wine, and the other supposedly protects it.
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I just attempted to make this purchase, and the WINE discount code wasn't recognized as valid.
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