|Item: S' Hooks||Finish: 1: Brass|
|Finish: 2: Chrome||Finish: 3: Copper|
|Finish: 4: Custom Finish||Country of Manufacture: United States|
Rogar International Corporation has been the premier name in speed wine openers since it's introduction of the solid brass Vintner in 1975. Like Rogar's current Champion and Estate wine openers, the Vintner was based on the "Champion Cork Removal System" made by the Arcade Manufacturing Company using Michael Redlinger's American patent of 1897. Even then, the Champion had the unique ability to uncork and recork. Rogar took the orginal's mechanical concept and has continued to enhance it with modern matierals. Although the Vintner is no longer inproduction, and has become a collector's item, Rogar's Estate and Champion wine openers are now the fastest, easiest and most stylish way to open a wine bottle. They are fast, simple, and foolproof.
As we enter a new millennium, Rogar has kept pace with the times. Although the inspiration for their wine openers comes from the past, the technology is 21st century.
All their Estate and Champion openers have been designed to work on the newest flange top wine bottles as well as standard wine bottles. They even can be used to open corked olive oil bottles.
All Rogar products are proudly crafted in Virginia, USA, and carry a one-year limited warranty.
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S hooks for suspended pot racks
Jacqueline from Toronto, ON– Verified Buyer
These "S" hooks are perfect for hanging pots and pans from suspended pot racks. Simple and yet sturdy enough to hang the heaviest of pans. Great buy.
Sue from Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis– Verified Buyer
excellent product with the good quality Ive come to expect from this company. Delivery is very quick. Wayfair is my favorite site
Not as long as they look
Renette the Cooker from Alaska
This is basically an S hook you could buy at any hardware store. I needed a hook like the one in the picture that was a bit longer with one end a bit larger than the other. Perhaps if I'd ordered the larger ones?