Costco Rabbit Wine Opener, Electric 7 Piece Set


Costco sells this Rabbit Wine Opener for $29.99. Scroll down for photos. This is a great item to have during the holidays, when the wine bottles are flowing. Instead of having to manually screw in the wine opener, why not open it with a little class =). Break out your electric wine opener & “wow” the crowd. OK, maybe it’s not that exciting, but it really is a convenient little tool. This rechargeable electric wine opener can go for 30+ bottles. This would work as a GREAT gift for the holidays or to bring to a holiday party. I think it would also be the perfect gift for a Secret Santa or White Elephant. Either way, for only $30 this is a nice addition to the mini bar. Here are a few more details about this Costco Rabbit Wine Opener………

  • Rabbit Electric Wine Opener
  • 30+ bottles on a single charge, no batteries required
  • Stainless Steel Accents
  • Set Includes: Corkscrew, Preserver, Charging Base, Aerator, Foil Cutter, 2 Stoppers
  • Open, Serve & Preserve Wine

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Rabbit Electric Wine Opener


This electric wine opener has some great reviews both on Costco & Amazon. I’m sure it will go on sale at some point so if you’d like to wait it out, you can probably snag it for a deal. I found this in the home goods section next to some of the kitchen appliances. If you can’t find it at Costco or you want to check out a few of the other HIGHLY RATED brands (seriously, check out the SECURA ELECTRIC WINE OPENER), make sure to check out the links below…….

Price: $29.99, Item Number: 3163384

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2 thoughts on “Costco Rabbit Wine Opener, Electric 7 Piece Set

  1. My rabbit Coca-Cola wine openers are very slow and weak. I have them in the charger always. Can the rechargeable batteries be replaced??

    1. Sorry to hear. It depends on how easy the device is to open up. Depending on your model, you may be able to take it apart and replace them. It may require some light soldering for the batteries, but if you’re pretty handy it shouldn’t be too bad. I’m not totally familiar with your model so that is just a generalization

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