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The Super Agata Bench Capper is a traditional style bottle capping device with a spring mounted capping mechanism. It can be adjusted to fit bottles of different sizes. Capping bottles is as easy as centering the bottle and pressing down on the lever! This capper also features a magnet to keep caps in place. The biggest advantage to this style may be that it features one-hand operation, leaving your other hand free to steady the bottle. Many happy homebrewers report that this model cuts their bottling time in half. Remember: less time spent bottling your beer means more time spent drinking your beer!

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Easey to cap bottles
Using this capper is so much better than the hand held one and now my nieghbors like to help bottle the beer.
Apr 28, 2014  |  By Roy McIntyre
Disappointing
I have been nothing but disappointed with this bottler. As a premium item, it feels really flimsy. Bottles wobble when you cap, which rarely works on the first go, and you have the worrisome feeling that with the twisting of the bottle neck that the glass will shatter. A small plastic nub on the metal ratchet is what you press against when capping, and of course this became misshapen after the first couple of bottles. I've capped about 5 batches with this thing cursing the whole time. I'm going back to the regular hand capper. Too bad they are not longer metal.
Nov 30, 2015  |  By Greg Smith
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