The 8 Best Wine Openers in 2022, According to Experts (2022)

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With so many ways to open a bottle of wine, finding the right wine opener depends on your personal preferences, tastes and capabilities. “I look for functionality, style and price,” says Tekla Israelson, certified sommelier and New York sales manager for Washington, D.C.’s Republic Restoratives Distillery. “I want something straightforward that is easy to use [and] won't take up a lot of space—but still looks good on my bar cart.”

According to Israelson, there are a few industry standard options to consider: the waiter’s friend (the classic manual key used in restaurants), electric openers and winged corkscrews—with levers and air pump systems also popular among home wine drinkers. Her personal favorite is the waiter’s friend style: “[They] make it easier to pull the cork out of the bottle.”

Although Israelson believes that a bottle of wine doesn’t need to be expensive to be good, she does recommend investing in a quality opening tool. One example is Oster's Silver Electric Wine Opener, which is our top pick from our list.

Here are some of the best wine openers on the market across a variety of styles.

Best Overall: Oster Silver Electric Wine Opener

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Pros

  • Inexpensive

  • Takes up minimal counter space

  • Long-lasting charge

Cons

  • Less durable than other options

  • Warranty only lasts one year

  • Small learning curve at first

Oster’s cordless electric opener is among the top-rated of its kind. Its simple, straightforward design, compact charging base, and approachable price point make it ideal for those who want to get the job done quickly, with no frills.

This opener comes with a foil cutter for easy removal and a clean, blank canvas for easy opening. Like most electric wine openers, all you do is place the device on top of the cork, switch it on and let the bottle opener do the work for you. With just a single charge (that lasts six to eight hours), you can open up to 30 bottles—appropriate for large gatherings and parties.

What’s included: Electric wine bottle opener, foil cutter, charging base, power adapter, user manual

Best Electric: Rabbit Automatic Electric Corkscrew

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Pros

  • Very simple and effortless to use

  • Uses standard USB charger

  • Small and compact

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Cons

  • On the pricier side

  • Can break easily

  • May be difficult to apply correct pressure at first

If you’d like to minimize physical effort (and do so stylishly), Rabbit’s popular electric corkscrew is your best bet. Charge it up before use—each full charge is good for around 30 corks—and, when you’re ready to drink your bottle of choice, open up the top to reveal the built-in cutter and remove the foil cap. Then, place the device atop the bottle’s neck and bring it down onto the cork until it automatically begins to work its magic: pulling out the cork and ejecting it gently once finished.

This electric corkscrew is the first of its kind and is compatible with all cork types. Perfect for novices, the electric variety is one of the easiest options for home use, notes Israelson.

What’s Included: Electric wine bottle opener, built-in foil cutter, USB charging cord

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Best Wine Key: Le Creuset Waiter's Friend Corkscrew

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Pros

  • Small and portable

  • Simple and easy to use

  • Durable

Cons

  • Pricier than similar styles

  • Foil cutter can come loose

Efficient, budget-friendly and sleek, this classic wine key is another great all-rounder. Made by the trusted French cookware brand Le Creuset, the Waiter’s Friend corkscrew appeals to the service industry and home drinkers alike with its two-step design and grooved screw. This way, it’s intended to maximize movement through cork as smoothly and as vertically as possible. The metal corkscrew is also BPA-free.

Most waiter’s friend-style corkscrews are extremely versatile and work well for any type of cork. Plus, they can easily live in a pocket or bag—another reason Israelson highly recommends this option.

What’s Included: Two-step wine key

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Best Preserver: Coravin Model Two Wine Preservation System

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Pros

  • Prevents oxidation

  • Allows you to have just a glass or two at a time

  • Easy to store and carry

Cons

  • Product and refills are expensive

  • Works only on natural cork

  • Needle is easy to break

A leader in wine preservation, the Coravin system uses a needle and inert gas (argon), allowing users to access wine without actually opening the bottle. This is essential because cork is a self-healing material and will close back up again after the needle is removed.

“It gives the flexibility of tasting a bottle without being forced to open the whole thing,” says Beth Martini, a certified sommelier and captain at Entente in Chicago. Coravin systems are typically used for reserve wines as a measure against loss and oxidation, and Model Two is a unanimously popular choice across the industry.

For the home user, Rebecca Sinn, sommelier at Dean & DeLuca at the Ritz Carlton Waikiki, advises: “Try to keep it in a cool and dry place in its original case, just like storing a bottle of wine.” Because Model Two is made of stainless steel and fiberglass nylon, doing this will help prevent rusting, she explains. Martini recommends avoiding any forcing of the needle into the cork and making sure to puncture in different places, allowing the cork to self-heal as much as possible.

What’s Included: Model Two Wine Preserver, two Coravin capsules (each capsule allows you to pour up to 15 5-ounce glasses of wine)

Best Winged: OXO Steel Winged Corkscrew

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Pros

  • Simple and comfortable to use

  • Works with any type of cork

  • Smooth, ergonomic design

Cons

  • Plastic body is less durable than all-metal options

  • Foil cutter quality is inconsistent

Winged corkscrews are another way to remove a cork with minimal physical effort, hallmarked by a set of levers on either side of the worm. This style offers several advantages, according to Erik Delanoy, a service industry veteran who currently tends bar at Classic Car Club Manhattan.

“It removes a lot of the guesswork: It guarantees that the corkscrew will be inserted into the center of the cork at the correct angle parallel to the bottle, and the corkscrew itself is usually more of a blade style, which reduces chances of breaking a cork that might be dried out," he explains.

This style does require a bit of work, but not nearly as much as the waiter’s friend, for instance, because the wings do most of the labor when pulling the cork out. Delanoy elaborates: “It’s great for stubborn corks or, in general, for those who don’t necessarily have a lot of arm strength." He adds that this OXO model’s built-in cutter, which makes for a clean line on the foil, is a welcome bonus.

What’s Included: Winged corkscrew, removable foil cutter

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Best Lever: OXO SteeL Vertical Lever Corkscrew

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Pros

  • Nearly effortless to use

  • Compact and easy to store

  • Portable

Cons

  • Pricier than other options

  • Must be washed by hand

  • Foil cutter is not as effective as other options

With just two simple motions, this lever corkscrew lets you quickly open your wine without forcing or pulling. The compact design won’t take up valuable real estate on your kitchen counter, and the removable foil cutter stored inside the device means this one tool does everything you need.

Even the most stubborn corks pop out effortlessly with its streamlined design: Just slide the nonstick screw into a natural or synthetic cork, then pump the lever down and back up to remove the cork in seconds. Meanwhile, the ergonomically designed handle prevents your grip from slipping.

This OXO model comes with an extra screw in case of wear and tear, but the quality is high enough that you shouldn’t need it for a while.

What’s Included: Corkscrew, removable foil cutter, extra nonstick screw

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Best Splurge: Turquoise Laguiole En Aubrac Waiters Corkscrew Wine Opener

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Pros

  • Timeless and elegant design

  • Simple and classic mechanism

  • Durable and high-quality

Cons

  • Very expensive

  • Must be cleaned and maintained properly

This beautifully designed classic corkscrew isn’t just a great way to open wine in style—it’s also a stunning conversation piece to elevate your dining room décor. You’ll want to prominently display this top-of-the-line wine opener from the iconic French artisan knife brand Laguiole, founded in 1829.

“The brand matters because quality matters, and Laguiole wine openers are outstanding and durable,” says Chad Arnold, manager of Paul Marcus Wines in Oakland, California. Sure, it’s pricey, but Arnold adds, “I’m happy to pay for a quality product, and a quality wine opener is one that will get me through ... lots of anniversaries, graduations and Tuesday afternoons.”

Featuring an eye-catching turquoise stone handle and durable Sandvik stainless steel, this masterpiece is handmade by a single master cutler from start to finish; it's adorned with the signature accents of the individual craftsman. The easy-to-use waiter’s corkscrew comes in an attractive storage box that makes it the perfect gift for the serious oenophile in your life.

What’s Included: Corkscrew, storage box

Best Design: Lund London Skittle Waiters Friend

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Pros

  • Simple and no-frills

  • Comes in several attractive color combinations

  • High-quality and inexpensive

Cons

  • Requires some manual effort

  • There can be a learning curve if you’re new to the waiter’s friend style

This sleek and contemporary corkscrew, in the classic waiter’s friend style, is about as chic as a wine opener can be. Whether you display it on your home bar or bring it with you to festive occasions, it’s sure to be a fun conversation piece. It comes in recycled and recyclable packaging. It’s also completely gimmick-free; there’s no need to charge it or learn any special tricks.

As a former waiter and bartender, food and wine writer Carrie Honaker loves the simplicity of its classic design. "It's compact, can be slid into your pocket for ultimate portability and is easy to use," she explains.

It comes in three different eye-catching color combinations, including indigo and white, sky blue and light grey, and pink and mint, so you can perfectly coordinate it with your decor. This beautiful corkscrew is made from high-quality metals, so it will last as long as its timeless aesthetic.

What’s Included: Waiter’s friend corkscrew

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Final Verdict

For its simplicity, compact design and durability, the classic waiter’s style corkscrew just can’t be beat. For a stylish take on this industry favorite, go with the colorful and fun Lund London Skittle Waiters Friend (view at Trouva). If you prefer the effortless ease of an electric wine opener, the Rabbit Automatic Electric Corkscrew (view at Amazon) is your best bet—it does virtually all the work for you.

FAQs

Are electric wine openers easier to use?

For those with dexterity or strength issues, electric wine openers are an ideal choice because they require minimal or no effort. They're also useful if you need to open many bottles in a short period of time (during a party, for instance). If you are not experienced with manual corkscrews, electric wine openers can be a great choice, but some oenophiles prefer manual styles—especially the classic waiter’s friend—because they are simple, portable, inexpensive, and quick and easy to use once you get the hang of the technique.

How do you clean and care for wine openers?

Each wine opener will have a set of care instructions unique to its individual specifications. In general, electric corkscrews should be wiped clean with a damp cloth and should never be submerged in water! Manual corkscrews can be cleaned in the dishwasher if they are more durable, or washed by hand and immediately dried if they are made from more delicate, fine materials. If your corkscrew includes a foil cutter, the dishwasher may dull the blade over time.

How long do wine openers last?

Simple waiter’s friend and winged corkscrews tend to be the most durable because they have a simple design and are typically made from sturdy materials. Electric wine openers are more susceptible to wear and tear and often lose their ability to fully charge over time. Most electric models will need to be replaced within one to three years. Of course, this all depends on how frequently you're using your wine opener.

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What to Look For

Ease of Use

If you are a seasoned wine professional who opens bottles all the time, you may want to choose a simple style like the waiter’s friend or a winged corkscrew. However, if you find these manual options difficult to use, choose an electric model or a lever-style corkscrew that automates most of the work.

Features

Think about whether you need any special features with your wine opener, like a built-in or removable foil cutter or an extra screw for long-term use. If you choose an electric wine opener, you’ll want to consider whether you prefer a battery-operated model or one with a charger that plugs into the wall.

Durability

If you are choosing a wine opener for frequent use, choose one that can withstand plenty of wear and tear over time. If you are an occasional wine drinker, this may be a lower priority than other considerations, such as ease of use.

Size

If you have limited space or want a wine opener you can travel with, choose a smaller option. But if you have plenty of room on the kitchen counter or in your home bar setup, feel free to choose a larger model, especially one with an attractive design that you will want to display proudly.

Design

If aesthetic appeal is a priority, choose a wine opener you can proudly display on your home bar. It's a simple way to add an elegant accent to your decor, combining functionality with style. If you’re looking for something to take with you on the go, you’ll want a smaller, simpler, inexpensive design—especially because you’re more likely to leave it behind somewhere.

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FAQs

What type of wine opener is used the most in restaurants? ›

Waiter's Corkscrew

The most basic wine opener is still used by restaurant servers and sommeliers. Also known as a wine key, waiter's corkscrews are inexpensive and small enough to slip in your pocket.

How do I choose a wine opener? ›

You should consider a number of factors when choosing the perfect wine opener, such as the person that will use it, its intended use and setting, as well as the type of bottle it will be used on, and the type of cork that needs to be extracted.

Which Rabbit wine opener is best? ›

Best Overall: The Original Rabbit Corkscrew

Take your wine from inside that uncorked bottle to your glass in just three seconds flat via The Original Rabbit Corkscrew. Hailing from the iconic wine tools brand, it automatically pulls up and then releases corks of all types effortlessly.

What is the most expensive wine opener? ›

A rare, English-made wine corkscrew has fetched more than $23,000 at auction, amid reports of rising prices in this little-known collectors' market. Seventy-four bids from around the world sought to secure the 'Japanned' Thomason mechanical corkscrew.

Who will be the first one you serve wine? ›

General standards to remember while serving white wine:

Always serve white wine in a bucket, stand, wine opener and a wine napkin. The host should taste the wine before serving other guest, Server should pour 30ml for tasting. Always ladies to be served first and then Wine to be poured evenly for all guests.

What is the best cork? ›

Colmated Cork (natural cork): The colmated cork is 90% natural cork and 10 % natural glue mixed with cork granules. These are the best wine corks for bottling if you are looking for strong, high quality corks that provide a good seal and will not fall apart when stored for long periods.

What is an osso wine opener? ›

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What is the purpose of the foil on a wine bottle? ›

Historically, this foil (known as a wine bottle's “capsule”) helped protect bottles from insects and other vermin that might be tempted to nibble at the corks. These days, it's considered a part of the wine's packaging—you'll notice that some producers use it as an extra canvas to get their branding message across.

Is the rabbit a good wine opener? ›

The Rabbit is the most secure, easiest-to-use lever-style corkscrew we've tried, quickly and cleanly removing corks from any bottle with little effort.

What happened to screwpull wine opener? ›

All of the Screwpull corkscrews & accessories have now been re-named & are now branded under the Le Creuset brand.

How do you use a weird wine opener? ›

Twist the corkscrew lever to insert the worm into the cork. Continue twisting until the wings rise all the way up. Once the wings have risen, push down on them simultaneously to pull the cork out of the bottle. To remove the cork from the corkscrew simply turn the handle counterclockwise.

How do you use the Rabbit lever wine opener? ›

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What is a wine bottle opener called? ›

A corkscrew is a tool for drawing corks from wine bottles and other household bottles that may be sealed with corks. In its traditional form, a corkscrew simply consists of a pointed metallic helix (often called the "worm") attached to a handle, which the user screws into the cork and pulls to extract it.

What percentage of wine bottles are corked? ›

A typical wine consumer will encounter ~100 corked bottles in their lifetime. About 2-3% of wine is corked.

What should be served first food or wine? ›

The sommelier should have extensive wine knowledge of the wine list and be able to identify wines what will pair well with the dishes on the menu. The order for wine should be taken immediately after the food order to ensure the most appropriate wine is served.

What is wine etiquette? ›

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Hold your glass by the stem or the base. Smell your wine. Sniff it, taste it, and think about it. Try to drink from the same position on your wine glass to reduce unsightly mouth marks. When opening a wine bottle, try to do it quietly, like a ninja.

Should ladies be served first? ›

Standard fine dining restaurant etiquette calls for women to be served first, then men, all in clockwise fashion, for every stage of service during the meal.

How can you tell if a cork is synthetic? ›

You can't tell just by looking at a bottle of wine if the cork inside is natural or synthetic, but once you remove the capsule and pull the cork, it should be pretty easy. Most synthetic corks look and feel like polyethylene—they are smooth, almost like plastic, and sometimes come in non-cork colors.

How long will a wine cork last? ›

Synthetic* wine corks are rated for around 2 years. Agglomerated* "1+1" wine corks are rated for upto 5 years. Grade 3 natural wine corks are rated for 5-10 years. Grade 2 natural wine corks are rated for 5-15 years.

Where is the best cork from? ›

Cork grows naturally in only two areas of the world: the Mediterranean region of Europe – particularly the Iberian Peninsula, where Portugal and Spain produce more than 80% of the world's cork – and Northwest Africa.

What is an AHSO? ›

By The WineExpress Team • June 27, 2019 • 17 Comments. An Ah-So corkscrew (also known as a “cork fork” or a “butler's thief) is basically two metal prongs that you shimmy down the sides of the cork and then pull up.

Why is it called a wine key? ›

The Waiters Corkscrew

Wienke, which he called a “Waiter's Friend” in his patent filing. For over 100 years, the waiter's corkscrew was known as a wine key, not a “waiter's friend” because of a pronunciation mistake.

What is the brush on a corkscrew used for? ›

These dusting brushes were used to remove debris from wax used to help seal the bottle (which was more common back then) or any dust or fungus that might have accumulated on the cork.

Where do you cut a wine bottle in foil? ›

Holding the back of the corkscrew knife with your thumb, cut the foil halfway around the neck of the bottle. Then, make another cut in the opposite direction, starting from the same place where you made the initial cut. Be sure to cut just underneath the lip on the bottle.

How do you open a wine bottle without breaking the seal? ›

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What is the top of a wine bottle called? ›

Capsule. A metal wrapping around the closure is called Capsule. It holds cork tightly preventing the wine from drying up or evaporating too quickly.

How does the rabbit foil cutter work? ›

The Pro Foil Cutter quickly cuts and removes foil from your wine bottle. This modern sleek design features four circular steel blades. Place the foil cutter on top of the bottle, squeeze the sides of the foil cutter, and twist to remove the foil neatly and safely.

How do you fix a broken Rabbit wine opener? ›

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How do you use the rabbit electric foil cutter with a corkscrew? ›

Simply take off the foil with foil cutter, exposing the cork. Then place the end against the bottle and the corkscrew automatically will pull the cork — no buttons, levers or confusing controls.

How do you take out a screw with a corkscrew? ›

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Why does heated tongs open wine? ›

Jonathan Ross, a sommelier at Eleven Madison Park, is responsible for resurrecting the old world tradition of using heated tongs to open wine. Placing the red hot metal around the neck, it makes a clean break leaving the cork intact.

Can you open a wine bottle with a torch? ›

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How do you use a cheap wine opener? ›

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Do you put cork back wine bottle? ›

Reseal Your Wine with Its Original Cork. The cheapest way to reseal your wine is to put the original cork back in the bottle. Before you try to reinsert the original cork, however, be sure to inspect it. A cork that is crumbling or cracked won't preserve the wine and you may end up with debris in your wine.

How do you remove a stubborn cork? ›

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How do you open a beer bottle with a wine opener? ›

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How do I charge my rabbit electric wine opener? ›

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How do you open a wine bottle with a cork opener? ›

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How do you use a Screwpull wine opener? ›

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How do you use a 2 prong wine opener? ›

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How do you remove a cork from an automatic wine opener? ›

Very simple to do with pliers or needle nose. Grab the stuck cork with the pliers and push the eject button and it will back right out. Good luck!

How do I know when my Rabbit wine opener is fully charged? ›

After that, charging will take 10-11 hours. The charging circuit will shut off automatically when battery is fully charged. 1 Make sure your electric wine opener is charged. Follow the instructions for charging above.

How do you use a fancy corkscrew? ›

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How do you use the rabbit? ›

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Why is it called an Ah so? ›

Also known as butler's friend or "Ah-So" (from the German ach so!, meaning now I understand!), the twin-prong cork puller can extract a stopper without damaging it, to allow for sampling the wine before re-inserting the stopper.

What is a wine bottle opener called? ›

Types of Wine Openers

Each type of corkscrew has different advantages and while they all open wine bottles, how they are used to remove a cork varies from type to type. Generally to use a corkscrew, you will screw the worm into the center of the cork. Then, slowly pull upward until the cork is removed.

How do you use a sommelier corkscrew? ›

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What is an osso wine opener? ›

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How do you use a cheap wine opener? ›

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What is a two prong wine opener called? ›

Lever Corkscrews

Two handles secure the bottle in place while the screw is applied, after which a simple squeezing together of the levers will pop the cork out of place.

What is the brush on a corkscrew used for? ›

These dusting brushes were used to remove debris from wax used to help seal the bottle (which was more common back then) or any dust or fungus that might have accumulated on the cork.

Who invented the wine key? ›

Since its invention, there have been enough variations on the corkscrew to fill a thousand Skymalls. The earliest dated device is a French cage style corkscrew from 1685. The first official corkscrew patent was filed in 1795 by the English Reverend Samuel Henshall.

What is an AHSO? ›

By The WineExpress Team • June 27, 2019 • 17 Comments. An Ah-So corkscrew (also known as a “cork fork” or a “butler's thief) is basically two metal prongs that you shimmy down the sides of the cork and then pull up.

How do you get a cork out without a corkscrew? ›

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How do you open an arm with a wine opener? ›

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Is wine key same as corkscrew? ›

A corkscrew has two arms that lift and a top pull that twists, allowing leverage to help pull up the cork. A wine key, sometimes called a waiter's corkscrew, has a small knife and uses a metal fulcrum positioned on the lip of the bottle to create leverage to lift the cork up and out.

Do you put cork back wine bottle? ›

Reseal Your Wine with Its Original Cork. The cheapest way to reseal your wine is to put the original cork back in the bottle. Before you try to reinsert the original cork, however, be sure to inspect it. A cork that is crumbling or cracked won't preserve the wine and you may end up with debris in your wine.

How do you use the Oneida lever corkscrew? ›

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How do I use restaurant style wine opener? ›

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