Peugeot Clavelin two-stage sommelier corkscrew with foil cutter and glass opener.
Made of stainless steel and ABS plastic to serve you for a long time. Its spiral is meticulously machined, it does not destroy the cork. Ingeniously practical, it allows you to easily open any bottle.
With this corkscrew, Peugeot is once again a testament to its exceptional design capabilities and 200 years of experience in everyday tools. At the pivot point of the corkscrew we find the eccentric mechanism invented and patented by Peugeot, the essence of which is that Clavelin works with the ease of two-stage corkscrews, but without the need to change grips, the plug can be pulled out of the bottle with a single smooth movement.
When folded, it is extremely compact, only 14 centimeters. Available in black and basalt.
When the Peugeot name is heard, cars, or even bicycles, come to mind first. However, the history of the company began quite differently, with the textile business of the founder Jean-Pierre Peugeot. As a result of his work, he left a mill for his sons, which the brothers converted around 1810 and began to produce rolled steel.
The Peugeot Brothers (Peugeot Fréres) initially made springs, saw blades, hand tools, as well as coffee grinders and women’s skirt tires. Steel mill products were so popular that they were used in many parts of France. Good quality and impeccably functioning goods have become a popular tool in cafes and restaurants.
In 1885, a turning point came in the company’s profile: the automotive industry appeared. Over the years, cars have become the most important products of the company. However, the success of mill products is demonstrated by the fact that they have been manufactured and marketed around the world for more than a century.
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