A few years ago I found just such a Ferrari corker. It is the same as the floor corker just mounted to a steel plate instead of the legs. It has holes to bolt down. However, I just c-clamp it to my butcher block counter top when I use it. What I like best is I can stand and cork without bending down, which makes my back very happy, and can unclamp and put it in storage when not needed.Hey! I was wondering if anyone has mounted their floor corker to a table? It seems like it would be possible. Just wondering what kind of tables people have tried this on. Thanks!
And... Except for just a couple of reviewers got rated very highly.Wow, look at the pricing on this model!
If it were I, I would get a table or bench that I don't mind "altering" and cut three holes in the bench for the legs and one hole for the spring loaded bottle adjuster. I would drill holes in each of the legs and run lag bolts through the holes and mount this on my altered bench.
That's the same one that I use, it's operated flawlessly as long as I've owned it, it's a good unit. If you have someone to sit in a chair and put the bottles in and out, while you insert and push the corks in, it's quite comfortable to use.I just ordered this as I am dreading corking 600+ with the wing armed corker. Came with some corks too!