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Save Your Bubbly

12/30/2017 by Veronica

This took a few minutes to put to use. Follow the directions and even if the bottle is a little larger and the capa doesn't click in all the way, screw the top on gently and it's all good! This works really well to keep your bubbly...bubbly! :) Enjoy!


Broke the first time we used it

11/7/2016 by Anita

Let me start by saying I handed this to someone to use and assumed they would read the directions on the box. They did not; and they thought it was a push-down type of cap like the other cap you sell - which we have used successfully. After just a few seconds of trying to force it on, it cracked down the side. So I never even got to use it once and therefore cannot comment on how well it works only that it is cheaply made and could maybe use some simple instructions printed on the cap, such as "Twist to open /close."



2/13/2019 by Kathyrn

I have trouble getting this to work correctly. When I screw it on it just keeps turning and does not really seal well.


I'm going to give another chance

1/13/2017 by Lawrence

Perhaps I did not tighten it enough


Not worth the cost.

1/20/2015 by Ray K

The come on for this bottle stopper said, 'Fits most bottles.' It should have said, Fits SOME bottles.


Didn’t work on my extra large champagne bottle

12/31/2018 by Valerie

Bottom part would not fit around opening. Is it made for all size bottles? Good thing bottle was finished at Christmas celebration.



12/3/2015 by Gail

I have other corks that work better.


Poorly designed

3/2/2015 by Justine

Even following the simplified instructions, the piece is poorly designed, very hard to fix onto the bottle neck,cannot be removed without strength or re-assembled in any way that works.

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The CapaBunga Story

Capabunga - Wine Preserver & Silicone Cap

Sealed with a cap

CapaBunga is an airtight, silicone cap that reseals an open bottle of wine. No more wrestling with swollen corks, just pop on the reusable cap and store the open bottle on its side or in the fridge door.

The idea for CapaBunga® came from husband and wife team Walt Averill and Maire Murphy. Vintners in Sonoma and Napa, they invented CapaBunga® as a new alternative cap for their own wine, Rua. It was designed to resemble the bungs used to seal barrels at wineries. They chose food grade silicone material that securely, yet easily, slips on and off a bottle neck, keeping air out and liquid in. In
fact, the caps are so tight, bottles can even rest on their side or upside down without any leaking.

So, pour a healthy glass, or two, then seal that bottle up for future use with a CapaBunga . . . Cheers!
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