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No-Spill 1415 1-1/4-Gallon Poly Gas Can (CARB Compliant)

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  • Thumb button control for precise pouring
  • 7/8-inch funnel spout fills even the smallest equipment
  • Attached dust cover keeps your spout clean
  • Integrated 20 mesh stainless steel screen
  • CARB and EPA compliant
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No-Spill 1415 1-1/4-Gallon Poly Gas Can (CARB Compliant) + No-Spill 1405 2-1/2-Gallon Poly Gas Can (CARB Compliant) + No-Spill 206 Flexible Spout Extension
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandNo-Spill
Item Weight12 ounces
Product Dimensions13.5 x 8.2 x 8.8 inches
Item model number1415
Manufacturer Part Number06176-1415-C6
  
Additional Information
ASINB001PCRFYG
Best Sellers Rank #594 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 10, 2009
  
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Product Description

Most spills occur tipping a normal can to get the spout into the tank opening before the liquid comes out, or removing the spout from the target vessel before overflowing. The No-Spill spout is fully user controlled so you tip the can vertical, insert the spout into the vessel opening, then press the button to begin and control pouring. To stop pouring simply release the button. Practically eliminates spills and overflows. The only Spill-Proof spout with thumb button control that does not push down on your tank's filler neck to pour. More control, fewer tip-overs of your small equipment. The fastest pouring Spill-Proof nozzle available. At up to 3 gal/min, compare to other brands at 1.5 to 2.0 gal/min. Meets California Air Resources Board requirements for sale or use in California. Autostop removable nozzle, single opening for filling & pouring, treated can body for low permeation. The most user friendly CARB compliant can available. Easily fills even the smallest equipment without the need to press down on the tank opening. 6-inch Flex Spout Extension (sold separately) allows filling of on-road vehicles, boats and many other hard to reach tank openings. No-Spill Gasoline cans are tested and certified to ASTM F-85299 Standard Specification for Portable Gasoline Containers for Consumer Use and our Diesel & Kerosene cans are tested and certified to ASTM F-97602 Standard Specification for Portable Kerosene and Diesel Containers for Consumer Use.

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Customer Reviews

Great gas can, very easy to use.
JM Blackie
Plus, the push button dispenser makes it extremely easy to control how much gas you are pouring.
Ashlyn
Great control when fill the tanks for my trimmer, lawn mower, and chain saw.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

83 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Happy Shopper on November 10, 2009
I wrote one of the original reviews on this can. I purchased both the 2-1/2 gallon one and the 1-1/4 gallon one in 2005. Both worked as advertised and I gave the can a rating of 5 stars.

In the Summer of 2010, I found this one to leak. A small crack had developed in one corner due to repeated expansion and contraction due to temperature chanegs in the outdoor garden shed, where this can was stored. The crack leaked gasoline all over the floor of the shed. The second one developed a similar kind of leak withon a month or two of the first.

The original ones had "lifetime" guarantees. I had purchased another 6 months before. I believed that the warranty had been reduced to 3 years.

I decided not to contact No-Spill although I know that they would honor the warranty.

The first ones had a tendency to leak if the cap was not tightened a certain way. The newer ratcheting cap ones are less likely to destroy the gasket, when tightened due ta "champhered" section in the cap. I have not confirmed it, but I've been told that the flat gaskets have been superceeded by "o" rings.

I would recomend this gas can, but expect to replace it every 5 years. I am currently testing Blitz, Scepter, Wedco and Midwest cans in the same garden shed.

The Scepter ones appear to be holding up the best. In 2 years, none have leaked. Older plastic gas cans were not vapor tight to 20 psi, so they do not expand and contract as the new CARB approved ones. They vented themselves at low pressure. I've seen them that are over 10 years old. Don't expect the current ones to last that long.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Valiant S. Vetter on October 29, 2012
Since I've been using outdoor power equipment a lot more lately - and I was getting tired of bathing in gasoline every time I overfilled my Stihl chain saw, I decided to invest in one of these "No-Spill" cans I saw a video advertisement for at my local hardware store. (Maybe you've seen it - the typical "cheesecake" girl demonstrating how you can fill up a tank, or even a shot glass, and the flow stops by itself)

Anyway, it works pretty well, IF the can is full or nearly so. When the can is 1/2 full or less, there is too much "give" in the vacuum created when the tank being filled is full, so the fuel will *still* overflow. This is especially true in small tanks like chainsaws or trimmers where the difference between "full" and "overflowing" is only a few ounces. This is just a limitation imposed by physics and I doubt that any tank of this style could do much better.

A bigger problem is that because this can is "No-Spill" - and advertised NOT to allow fuel vapors to leak in your car while being transported - is that it is NOT vented to relieve excess pressure or vacuum. As a result, temperature changes from sun/shade, or day/night create pressure and vacuum that will either "bloat" the can so that it rocks on a round bottom and the sides bulge outward - or - the sides will suck inward, partially collapsing the can. Though this looks to be just a cosmetic problem, as another reviewer has noted, the resultant flexing of the can causes cracks in the plastic after a while and a the can will leak.

An annoying though tolerable problem is that it's just plain tough to remove or replace the cap.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Tom Sinagra on December 1, 2009
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After reviewing reviews on this product and knowing that Honda is highly recommending it, I purchased 3 different sizes for 3 different applications. After receiving them, I agree that they are probably the best on the market. There are some products that are very good, but require certain sized gas tank openings to work properly, whereas, the no-spill gas cans work on any size opening. It is a pleasure to pour gas without having to unscrew a gas can cap and not spill a drop.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Rich H. on June 8, 2011
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The last gas cans I owned were of the newer, allegedly-environment-friendly no-vent, no-spill type. And they sucked. There actually was a vent, of course, which was built into the spout, and so poorly designed that no matter how delicately you approached the fueling task the gas would gurgle and hesitate and gush, and you would invariably end up spilling almost as much gas on the mower as ended up in its tank.

I happened upon the No-Spill (brand?) on Amazon, ordered two on the spot, and received them two days later. The old cans were cleaned out and tossed into the recycling bin three days after that. These cans Just Work. Easy to use, little or no gurgle from the in-spout vent, and very easy to control flow - I've yet to spill a drop fueling the mower and various lawn implements. The only caveat is that you have to remember to give the fill button a quick press to equalize pressure before you pick up the can, otherwise you might get a short, uncontrolled gush of gas on a hot day. Five stars; excellent product; no complaints.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Vic M on December 4, 2010
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I love this gas can because of the awesome nozzle that truly is a no spill spout.

The problem is that I've discovered that the plastic container that comes with this spout has some issues regarding not being totally flat on top at their seams.

To solve that take some sandpaper and rub across the top and smooth out where the base of the nozzle goes over the can itself and you'll fix the leak.

The spout itself is awesome and I don't even get any drips once done pouring.

If the body of the can didn't have this issue I'd give it a 5.
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