Bass Pro Shops E-Z Siphon
Perfect for my purposes
Very easy to start. Just shake it up and down.
For filling a boat that is already in the water in a slip it is so much easier than holding a five gallon jug while it slowly drains. I just set the gas can next to the gas fill hole on the boat, stick the open end into it and stick the check valve end into the gas can give it a few shakes and sit back and let it do the work. I bought two more after I discovered this jewel. One for my shop and one for my yard shed.
April 23, 2011
Just put the end with the "ball" in the source gas tank, put the other end in the lower gas tank to be filled, shake the source end a few times and it flows quickly and cleanly. MUCH better than trying to fill up a boat gas tank with the gas can sideways & dripping into the water.
Fills my tank in less than 2 minutes from my 5 gallon gas can/tank. Less than 5 minutes for my 14-gallon portable tank.
GREAT product, I would buy again.
September 1, 2011
As of now, I have not used the 1/2" siphon but I have been using a 3/8" siphon. The 3/8 inch siphon sucks the gas in a tank down to almost completely empty. I have never been able to do this before even with a bulb type siphon. I bought the 3/8" siphon from Basspro a while back. I bought the 1/2" siphon as a backup and to be able to transfer gas faster when I need to. I'm sure the 1/2" siphon will work as well as the 3/8" siphon.
November 3, 2011
a siphon that works as well as it says it will. Makes emptying or transferring gas between my outboard tanks a breeze.
September 12, 2014