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Once you figure this thing out, it works fine.
At risk of appearing like an idiot, I didn't get off to a great start with this device. No guidance on how to use the capper is provided. So I put a cap onto the bottle, placed the capper into position, and pulled the arms down. I got them down to about 70 degrees from vertical and it felt like if I pulled them down any further, something was going to break. The cap wasn't yet secured. I braced myself for shards of flying glass and a kitchen floor covered in beer, and gave them a solid tug. The arms continued to a horizontal position, and the cap was secured.
So yes, the way that this thing works is obvious, but if a short instruction guide had been provided, then I wouldn't have had to go through that "this is either going to work, or make a huge mess" experience.
This is a good thing if you're making your own beer, hammering the caps on is just asking for trouble. This tool takes all the work out of that process and ensures that the bottle caps are on properly.
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