OK, this one came in a Christmas cracker from Aldi. Some pretty good
other things, but no idea what this is!
It's about 7cm long, silver coloured plastic; the two curved 'blade'
things don't appear to be metal.
It's to cut through the the top seal material on a wine bottle that uses a traditional cork. Place the tool over the top of the bottle seal with the cutting edges underneath the lip and simply rotate this removes the top of the seal exposing the cork.
It is so similar to wine bottle capsule cutters, it seems to be the only
answer - for small bottles? Perhaps somewhere they use similar capsules
on, say, "soda pop" bottles or one glass wine bottles?
(Amazon.com product link shortened)
Might have been made too small (someone in China getting one of the
measurements wrong - the real one I have here is also 7cm long) and thus
surplus to the original requirement.
"I know - let's stuff them in Xmas Crackers..."
On Tue, 30 Dec 2014 17:57:51 +0000, Dennis@home wrote:
I got a book mark out of one of them yesterday.
Just phasing out the Kindle as (a) I've ceased to use Amazon and (b) it
doesn't work very well . Now have aKobo Aura HD and we'll see how
well that goes.
 Has over 3GB of memory but is now unusably slow (except on page
turns) having only used 1GB of it. Also has a failing page button.
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Having carelessly left my Kobo Glow in a soft overnight bag and then
someone sat on it, I also now have an Aura HD, I prefer the yellowy
rather than blue/white glow and with the increased size/resolution it
only needs a smidge of zoom to read A4 PDFs
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