The Menu Champagne Sabre Equips You to Decapitate Rather Than Corkscrew

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Mar 8, 2014 • References: karimrashid & betterlivingthroughdesign
If you're not brave enough to execute the high-pressure popping of a bubbly bottle's cork, then you may not want to give this Menu Champagne Sabre a go. The elegant-looking device requires some graceful and forceful technique to operate; however, it surely would impress just about everyone when demonstrated.

Designed by Karim Rashid, the alcohol-accessing implement is even larger than the bottle it opens. You hold it securely in one hand with the other grasping the vessel, proceeding to complete a swift slicing motion to sever the weak glass neck. The stainless steel material of the Menu Champagne Saber is strong enough the cleanly separate the top from the body, producing a perfect spout for pouring a celebratory drink.

Photo Credits: Vertigo Home Stats for Bottle-Cutting De-Corkers Trending: Older & Buzzing
Research: 8,408 clicks in 116 w
Interest: 2.8 minutes
Concept: Menu Champagne Sabre
Related: 72 examples / 55 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55+
Comparison Set: 26 similar articles, including: suctioning stopper removers, pinot-popping power tools, and key chain corkscrews.