When you see a sommelier or waiter pull a corkscrew out to uncork the wine you ordered, the odds of it being a Spanish Pulltap are about 10 to 1. The parrot-shaped Pulltap is so popular because it does everything quickly and effectively. It has a 1" folding blade to cut the cork cover, a corkscrew (with non-stick finish) that inserts easily, and a hinged double lever that removes the cork with two quick pumping actions. And, yes, the parrot's beak is a bottle opener.
To read about the world-wide reputation of this corkscrew made in Barcelona, Spain, just Google it and read a few of the many thousand hits. Beware of the cheaply made look-alikes; they tend to break easily.