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Super Agata Bench Capper
Super Agata Bench Capper

Our Price: $38.00

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If you are going to stick with capping your beers for the long haul, you should give this device a closer look. The issue with the two handle cappers is that you have to be careful that the bottle doesn't slide out from under the weight you put on it. It also requires certain bottle types. Bench cappers essentially squeeze the cap and the bottle together like a press. Put the bottle in with one hand, pull the lever down with the other. This one also has automatic height adjustment so you can bottle mixed sizes one after the other from 12oz to 22oz and back again. We've even heard people who keg most of their beer say that if they had a machine like this before, they may not have even got into kegging.

Average Rating: Average Rating: 3.5 of 5 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Click Here to Write a Review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Worth every penny September 23, 2018
Reviewer: Andrew Schanhofer from Sparta, WI United States  
So much easier and consistent than a butterfly capper. Once the height is set for your bottles (which takes 1 minute once you get it), it caps faster and more secure than anything else I've used. Bottling a 10 gal batch (~100 bottles) went so smooth with this.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Great Capper January 2, 2017
Reviewer: Tyler Rentz from Springfield, MO United States  
I agree that the other reviewer got a defective unit. I've capped probably 1,000 bottles with one of these and never had a problem. I find it easy to use and don't have nearly the problems that I had with my red wing capper. I used to crack bottle necks and get poor seals before I got the bench capper. The bell sticks on the cap sometimes, but it's no big deal

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  2 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
1 of 5 Doesn't work for me. November 15, 2016
Reviewer: Jesse Perlmutter from Boulder, CO United States  
Have owned this for nearly a year.  I find myself coming back to it every now and then thinking that it's going to work, but it doesn't.  The arm will not lock in place, so when you go to put pressure on the cap, the arm will just move up the stand.  I may have capped one or two bottles successfully.  I've been using a wing capper instead.

Brewhardware Response: You obviously have a defective unit. We would have been happy to replace it for you when the defect was first discovered so I'm not sure why you waited this long and used the product review page to voice the concern. Please call us and we'll work something out.

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