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Bench capper design offers better stability and accuracy than handheld options. Bottler holds the bottle in place for easy pressing. Bottling head can be adjusted for different heights.
Too large and cumbersome to use as a portable bottler or for occasional use.
Rubber grip is thick, preventing the bottler from slipping out of your hand as you squeeze down. The bottling head clings to a cap for better stabilization.
The bottler requires some practice to get the cap sealed correctly and consistently.
Lightweight design and materials makes it easy to keep the bottler anywhere you want. Easy to use: bottler head pushes a cap down around the lip of the bottle with ease for a good seal.
Bottler takes more time to seal a cap than a professional bench bottler.
Longer handles made of metal and a rubber grip offer more leverage to properly seal a cap around the lip of a bottle. The necessary force is easier and more comfortable to create.
Positioning and stabilizing the bottle cap can be more difficult than professional options.
Grip of the bottler is large and comfortable in most hands. One handed use is possible so you can keep the cap stable on the lip of the bottle before clamping down to seal.
Hands will start to fatigue if trying to use the bottler for long periods of time.
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Unless you’re planning on cranking out kegs, a bottle capper is a necessity if you brew your own beer. These devices help to seal the bottles to keep the contents from spoiling. Home brewers have a couple of different options open to them in terms of capping. The more professional bench cappers are a great option for those who brew a sizable amount of beer. These larger size cappers give you more stability and leverage when capping and take less time. A cheaper option is the handheld capper. Search for ones with rubber grips for comfort and safety, and longer handles to give you more leverage. Handheld cappers will also add to your capping time and your cramping hands.