Item #: EA7
Our Price: $39.99
In Stock, Will Ship On 07/29/2014.
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An excellent Italian bench capper that adjusts automatically for differing height bottles - just raise the handle upright to release the capping head and slide it up or down the shaft (the shaft is spring-loaded for easy upward adjustment). When the head is on top of a bottle, move the handle forward to lock the capping head in place on the shaft before capping.

Unlike traditional bench cappers, there is no need to constantly unscrew and tighten a shaft adjusting nut to accommodate different-height bottles - just raise the handle and slide the head on top of the next bottle. This 19” tall steel and plastic capper will cap bottles ranging from 4” to 12” tall, including American champagne bottles.


Average Rating: (based on 8 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 8 Reviews:

by Ron
on 1/25/2014
The other capper
It's good to see Williams no longer offers the COLT BENCH Capper. I was given one as a gift and the caps get stuck in the crimping cup.  It was impossible to remove without breaking the bottle.  Williams was very responsive when I called and complained, great company to deal with glad they no longer offer the poor quality merchandise.
by Chris
on 4/9/2013
Much better than 2-handle
This does have plastic parts so just treat it as such, but this is so much better than the 2-handle cappers.
by Richard
on 2/15/2013
Going in the trash
I bought this on Feb 5, 2013 and used it once.  The plastic bends and warps as I attempted to bottle.  This will be going in the trash

William's Brewing Responds:  Please contact us as we have a 1 year warranty and 60 day return policy for a full refund.
by Nathan
on 11/1/2012
Makes the day much easier
This bench capper is made cheap, but the price reflects it.  It makes bottling soo much easier than with the double lever cappers that come with most starter kits.  If you're looking for an easier day of bottling, this will definitely help.  It's not the top of the line, but it doesn't cost much either and it will be a huge improvement over the standard double lever capper.
by Gene
on 5/18/2012
Quality has gone downhill
These cappers used to be good. Now they're cheaply made with plastic
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