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Titan 15200 Precision Oiler

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  • For precision oiling in tight and hard to reach places and machines
  • Smooth actuator allows for greater control and placement of lubricant
  • Aluminum construction
  • Protective screw on cover prevents leakage
  • Convenient pocket clip
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Titan 15200 Precision Oiler + Hoppe's Precision Lubricating Oil, 14.9ml Bottle E/F
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Technical Details
BrandTitan
Item Weight1.9 ounces
Product Dimensions8.6 x 3.4 x 0.2 inches
Item model number15200
Manufacturer Part Number15200
  
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ASINB002LYQALQ
Best Sellers Rank #1,272 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 18, 2009
  
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Precision Pocket Oiler

Customer Reviews

Its very precise and very well made.
astrostar
Precision drops are easy with this oiler and it fits in a pocket as easy as a pen with no leaks or messes !
T. Webb
You need to crack the top every 10 drops or so to enable the oil to continue flowing through it easily.
Quad

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By PinkTheSink on December 3, 2010
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I bought this for use in cleaning and lubing my firearms. I buy Weaponshield (CLP) in 32oz bottles, necessitating the need for a medium more appropiate for "precise" lubing/cleaning.

Works great putting a drop on a patch or on a bolt. I carry it with me to the range for re-lubing as the day goes on. Build quality seems good. I've only owned it about half a year, so time will tell. I've experienced no leaks, it uses o-rings on the cover and cap. Its perfect for CLP or other lubes that are more viscous in nature. The needle is on the "larger" side, so I couldnt reccomend it for something like rem-oil, kroil, or any thin machine oil.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By j99078 on April 2, 2011
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I filled this oiler with a machine tool oil
which is about as viscus as a low numbered weight synth. automotive engine oil.
it doesn't leak, But I wouldn't put an oil like WD-40 in it,
It doesn't have the fine precision point
as the cheapo plastic "squeeze type" precision oiler.

If you don't need a real precision point,
this is a nice oiler. Carry it in your pocket like
a pen or pencil, no leakage or staining, with the cap on.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Broccoli Rob on August 6, 2013
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Sturdy, and well-built aluminum construction means that this will probably last me a long time.
I filled mine with Break Free CLP, and find it especially useful on revolver internals (under side plate).
Over-oiling guns gets you micro-fine oil spray in your face at the shooting range.
(Oily hands and stained grips and stocks too....)
This tool helps you avoid that situation.

No leaks observed from my pen. I recommend that you lightly coat the o-rings with silicone grease.
This keeps the o-rings supple and will afford a leak-proof seal.
I don't consider this pen a "precision oiler," but it's convenient, and the flow is controlled.

Try these Amazon items for precise oiling:

*Hoppe's Precision Lubricating Oil, 14.9ml Bottle E/F
*Darice Ultrafine Tip Applicator Bottle, 20ml
*IPS AAB4 Weld-On 1.25 oz Applicator Bottle with Needle
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Quad on May 14, 2011
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I purchased this to use with gear oil. You need to crack the top every 10 drops or so to enable the oil to continue flowing through it easily. However it doesn't leak the fluid and put's the oil where I need it like in lube holes and on chain links. Overall I'm happy with it.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Lumpy on June 27, 2013
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Seems like a good build quality. Doesn't leak. BUT - When filled with CLP, it will only dispense one drop of oil. After that you have to open the top to let air in. The drop it dispenses is as big as a drop out of the regular CLP plastic bottle. It's really not any kind of "precision" and not very controllable. Bottom line for my use (lubing firearms) is that it's essentially useless. Simpler to just carry the plastic CLP bottle.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By D. Clark on March 1, 2011
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I purchased 3 of these, 2 as gifts and the last for myself. I'm impressed with the simplicity and sturdiness of the design. It's the size of a very large pen. The barrel is about the same diameter as a single AAA flashlight. Still, it does fit in the pen pockets on the sleeve of a Taclite shirt.

For those who haven't used an oiler of this type, there is a tapered brass plug in the tip of the needle. When you push the button, that plug extends outward and oil is able to flow past. Releasing the button immediately stops the oil flow. It's very controllable.

I don't think it will leak. I filled the reservoir with CLP from a 12-oz aerosol can. Apparently, it takes a while for the propellant to fully outgas. When I first used it, a bit of CLP shot out everywhere because it was still pressurized! But, if the oiler is capable of holding pressure like that, it's not going to leak all over the place. I recommend using a non-aerosolized oil, or waiting 10 minutes for an aerosolized version to completely outgas before sealing it up.

There aren't many negative comments to make. The threads in the cover appear a bit rough, but they function smoothly. There is no protection against inadvertent button presses, so the cap could potentially fill up with oil. Neither issue is very significant in my opinion.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By rob on February 3, 2014
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filled with ballistol oil and it all leak out into my gun cleaning case saturating the case and other contents with oil poor seal
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jack on November 4, 2012
Clever concept, but I typically use WD-40 for minor lube jobs. As a another commenter noted, & I can verify from practice- this leaks like a sieve when filled with WD40! However, after switching to a synthetic 15w, it works fine, if a little slow. Probably better with a 10 or 5w oil- a balance between 'no-leak' & 'slow to deliver'.
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