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Vinturi V1010 Essential Wine Aerator , Red Wine

3.4 out of 5 stars 9 ratings

Price: $40.27
Wine Aerator
Aerator

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Colour Red Wine
Brand Vinturi
Capacity 750 Milliliters
Material Plastic
Item dimensions L x W x H 10.2 x 10.2 x 15.2 centimetres

About this item

  • measures 6 inches high by 2 inches wide; safe to clean in the dishwasher
  • easily and conveniently enhances the flavor, bouquet, and finish of any wine
  • patent-pending design speeds up breathing process by instantly aerating in the time it takes to pour a glass of wine
  • hold aerator over glass and pour wine through for instant aeration; mixes proper amount of air in right amount of time
  • made of acrylic, the aerator comes with a no-drip stand
  • Included components: 1 x Vinturi Red Wine Aerator
  • Number of pieces: 1
  • Finish types: Clear
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Red wine needs to breathe to allow it to open up, release its intended aromas, and of course, make it taste better. Vinturi's patent pending design speeds up this process by instantly aerating with ease and convenience. It delivers recognizable improvements immediately: better bouquet, enhanced flavors and smoother finish. Perfect aeration in the time it takes to pour a glass. It couldn't be easier. Comes with a no-drip stand. Made of acrylic. Aerator and stand are dishwasher safe. The glossy, clear acrylic is elegant and clean. But do note that there are two slight fold lines that extend upward from each air hole. These are normal. During manufacturing, material folds around rods and wraps back, and this causes the fold lines.


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Reviewed in Australia on 15 November 2020
Size: Red Wine SetStyle Name: AeratorVerified Purchase
Reviewed in Australia on 31 January 2021
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Reviewed in Australia on 31 August 2019
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Reviewed in Australia on 16 October 2019
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Reviewed in Australia on 19 November 2018
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1.0 out of 5 stars Request to replace a product that is ok
By Mark on 19 November 2018
The entire bracket is not in the middle
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Reviewed in Australia on 20 May 2019
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Reviewed in Australia on 3 September 2020
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Cliente Amazon
5.0 out of 5 stars Calidad del Producto muy alta.
Reviewed in Spain on 5 March 2021
Size: Red Wine SetStyle Name: AeratorVerified Purchase
Noah Lyst García
5.0 out of 5 stars Genial
Reviewed in Spain on 28 March 2021
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Jeremy
5.0 out of 5 stars Works Great (Fold Lines are not Cracks)
Reviewed in the United States on 3 January 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Works Great (Fold Lines are not Cracks)
Reviewed in the United States on 3 January 2018
The item works great, but there is some confusion on what appear to be cracks in the product. I emailed the manufacturer to get some clarification.

Here is their response: The manufacturing process creates a fold line above each air hole that are often mistaken for cracks. A picture of these fold lines is attached.

If you go to their website you will see the lines in their promo video.

You would think they would state this somewhere in the marketing on Amazon.
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Mr B
5.0 out of 5 stars Stylish and very useful device
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 21 October 2009
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1.0 out of 5 stars 5 star product, 0 star customer support = 1 star review
Reviewed in the United States on 28 September 2019
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1.0 out of 5 stars 5 star product, 0 star customer support = 1 star review
Reviewed in the United States on 28 September 2019
I wrote the following email to Vinturi support on 8/14/2019:
"I just purchased a brand new Vinturi V1010 (see attachment 1) from Amazon Inc (sold and shipped by Amazon directly, not a 3rd party seller) and I have a question about it. After unpacking it, I noticed a small plastic tab intruding into the throat of the Vinturi (see attachment 2), and I was wondering if this is normal. It is actually right above one of the venturi ports in the throat, and it appears very odd to me as I would think it would interfere to some degree with the smooth flow of wine through the throat. I ran some water through the Vinturi to see if the tab would be dislodged, to no avail. Could you please respond back to me and let me know whether this plastic tab is supposed to be there, or whether this is a manufacturing defect?"

I received no response. So after a week, I called them. After a long conversation and review of the photos, they told me that nothing is wrong and this plastic tab is supposed to be there. I told them that it appeared to me to me residual plastic from when the placement of one of the air vents, and if so, I would like to swap it out for another unit. I asked if they could pull a unit from their stock and please look down the throat and see if this plastic shard was present in their unit. They told me there was no need, that this is normal. Huh? OK, but this still did not seem right to me. I noticed that the device works, but drips wine out of one of the holes. I figured this was just due to my technique, and that I would eventually get the hang of it.
Since then, I have noticed that the little air hole opposite where this tab is located constantly leaks wine when it is poured through. I've tried everything, and I cannot get that air vent to not leak wine down the outside of the device. The other vent is fine. This has led me to become disgusted with this device and the mess it creates, and I have resorted back to traditional decanting techniques.
Well, today 7/29/2020 I was at my neighbors house and what did I see? He has a VinVinturi too! So I asked if I could look at it. Guess what? His VinVinturi DOES NOT HAVE this "normal" plastic shard sticking out into the throat of the venturi! Gee, I asked if I could try his VinVinturi out and he obliged. And guess what again? His device DOES NOT LEAK any fluid through either of the vent holes (I did it over 12 times, using the equivalent of 12 wine bottles of water).
So, when I got home this afternoon, after getting over being incredibly pissed off at Vinturi and this stupid device, I took a very thin, long thin flat head screwdriver and carefully pressed on this stupid plastic tab until it broke off and was flushed out of the device. Lo and behold, my leaky VinVinturi now works just as well as my neighbors. It seems this stupid little shard of plastic was causing some interference in the venturi throat and causing wine to readily flow out of one of the vent holes. The plastic shard is gone, the problem is now gone and my VinVinturi (after more than a year) now works the way it is supposed to. I remember asking your customer support people if I should do this, and they said "no, never insert any objects into the throat of the VinVinturi." Yeah, but then again, this is the same person who told me the plastic shard seen above in photo #2 is "normal".
So, am I upset about the fact that there was a manufacturing glitch in the product? No, not really. Things like this are artifacts of modern mass production techniques, although ideally it should have been caught by the factory QC department. BUT I AM VERY UPSET about how customer support was handled, specifically the incompetence and insistence of Vinturi telephone support that there is nothing wrong with your product sir" and "no, we cannot offer you an exchange because what you describe is normal". No it is NOT NORMAL and you would have most likely seen this had you taken the time to look at a VinVinturi yourself and compared your product to my photo #2.
Nice product VinVinturi, but absolutely abysmal customer support in my opinion. I suggest you seriously focus your efforts on finding better customer support people, providing them with the proper training on your products, and perhaps monitoring how they perform their jobs to ensure they are representing your products and company the way you feel is appropriate. If your support person would have told me that "yes, that does not seem right" I would have asked for a return while my return window was active.
Instead, I paid full price for a working product, but had to research the problem FOR YOU and repaired the customer's problem MYSELF. Wow, what a bargain.
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