Wine Stave Bottle Balancer


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Wine Cask Creations Wine Stave Bottle Balancer
$9.99 $20.00 50% off List Price

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#3

I remember my dad having one of these in the kitchen. He used to always yell at me because I would always knock it down.

If I actually knew what I was doing, I would make my own
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#4

Does the Wellington Pinot shown come with???

Now that would be a great deal :slight_smile:


#5

You guys are brave! Putting a $300 bottle in that thing. I would never risk such expensive juice in an odd shaped piece of wood.


#6

Is my D’ontSpille Le Black worth $300 now? I may never open them!


#7

One of the lamest Woot-Off’s ever!!!


#8

This is really visually striking and someday when I live in a house without cats or children I may purchase one. Put these on sale in 2026 and then we’re talking!


#9

I love these and have given them as gifts. They were very well received. I, like you, have a cat…so a no go personally.


#10

I got two of these a couple of years ago for gifts. They do work and look nice on the counter. One was a little less stable than the the other.They are a bit more classy than the slightly larger than life resin drinkin’ squirrel wine holder than I use myself.


#11

Step 1: grab 2x4
Step 2: cut 2x4 into 8 pieces
Step 3: drill hole in 2x4
Step 4: Sell on woot for $10 each and laugh all the way to the bank!


#12

I opened my last one a few days ago. It was time for the wine. On the other hand, I’m sure the printed label has some remaining life!


#13

Very disappointed that doesn’t balance my box of Franzia.


#14

Exactly. The crap people buy astounds me.


#15

Ouch! I bought these exact bottle balancers from Woot (same supplier too) a couple of years ago for $6/each. That’s like a 75% price increase on something that just isn’t worth $10… I bought 3 and gave them away as gifts with bottles of wine and people liked them, but $10? Sorry…no go for me this time.


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I came here to post this…

D’ontspille was probably my best QPR purchase ever on Wine.Woot. Much thanks to all those who worked to put that deal together!


#17

Right, because everyone owns woodworking tools and has old oak barrels laying around just waiting to do a project like this in order to save $10.


#18

Yes. The only place the bottle was sold was in woot and the last time it was offered it was for $300 a bottle.


#19

not to mention knowing the right angle to cut it lol


#20

No tools + no skills + no oak barrels + no time = I’m in!