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Turbo Snake - Original - 2 Pieces Included! - As Seen on TV


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  • 3 piece set-includes a sink snake, a tub and shower snake, and a peel and stick storage hook.
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Technical Details
Part Number 91593
Item Weight5.6 ounces
Product Dimensions9 x 5 x 1 inches
Item model number91593
  
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ASINB002JA5R7U
Best Sellers Rank #19,019 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJuly 27, 2009
  
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Product Description

This handy 3pc drain Snake Set Includes: Sink Snake, Shower & Tub Snake & Storage Hook clears slow drains with a twist of the wrist. No More Chemical Drain Cleaners! The turbo sink snake instantly clears slow moving drains, and the flexible design means there's no need to remove drain stopper. For Bathroom Sinks Showers & Tubs. Pitchman Approved; Featured By Anthony Sullivan From "Pitchmen" On The Discovery Channel. As Seen On TV. 3 piece set-includes a sink snake, and a tub and shower snake.

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Customer Reviews

A product so simple, works so great!
JH
This is a cheap rubber coated wire with a piece of velcro on the end, that comes off when using.
Parrothead
I pulled out a few strands of hair but that was about it.
Charlene L Nelson

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246 of 253 people found the following review helpful By John Thomas... TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 30, 2009
I saw an ad on TV for the "turbo snake" that got me hunting down something similar here on Amazon. First up, don't buy the turbo snake from its online site, or on the phone. Like all these pitchman products they slaughter you with the S&H, and you can do much better here on Amazon. (If you're dead set on this particular name brand, buy it here.) The turbo snake, like many other variations on Amazon are basically a thick flexible nylon or plastic strip around 18" long that have some kind of teeth at the end designed to grab and extract the hair and gunk that gets caught in the trap of bathroom sinks and tubs. Most of the products you will see here on Amazon,(including the turbo snake) claim they are for one application only. (Something they don't bother to mention in the infomercial). Be advised this is a gray area. ALL the products of this type can be used more than once if you have a strong stomach, or just plain cheap. The reason why drain cleaners such as these tell you to toss it out after each use is because the prickly system of teeth employed at the business end that is responsible for grabbing the hair and gunk is very hard to clean. The teeth tend to hold on to its yucky prize most tenaciously. You will be forced to use your fingers diligently to dislodge the crap, which a lot of folks will cringe at. And in the course of the cleaning you may get carried away and break a few of the sensitive teeth, thus making it a little less efficient each time. Still however, if you're willing to do this, and or feel that a little disgusting chore comes about easier than $$$, you can accomplish it and use each of these tools at least a couple of more times.Read more ›
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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Mrs Timberlake on September 1, 2009
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Used this product on both a bathroom sink and tub, and I'm very pleased with the results. Easy to use and didn't have to remove the drain "cap." As stated in another review, be prepared to have your stomach turn at what you'll pull out of the drain. I used a pair of dishwashing gloves and some paper towels to clean the turbo snakes, as I plan to use them over and over again.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Stacy L. Anderson on December 5, 2009
Thought it would be a quick and easy way to get rid of a clog, boy was I wrong. Within seconds after inserting the snake down the drain and twisting as per the directions, the head part of it snaps off and is now down in my drain along with the clog !!
Unless you want to make clogs worse don't buy this product.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By C. E. Mooney on October 12, 2009
I had spent too much money on drain cleaning chemicals before tossing this in my cart on a whim. I took it home and used it to pull a 6" hair clog out of my bathroom sink, and one 3 times that length out of the tub drain. Both drains are working amazingly well now. The only reason I did not give this 5 stars is that it is a pain to clean. Use a seam ripper to cut the hair off.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By salt peanuts, salt peanuts on February 26, 2010
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I live with 2 long haired females who seem to think that you just wash loose hair down the drain. Maybe I'm just jealous cause I can cut what's left of my hair with a Flowbee. Anyways their bathroom sinks always get plugged up. I would use a plunger or have to take out the p-trap. Always wondered about Turbo Snake so I bought the 2 pack from Amazon.

Like others have said it is mostly a wire with Velcro and you could make it yourself but you would have a hard time making up the sewn together Velcro end cap which is the key to the whole thing! So for the time savings it is much better to just buy this package.

One important thing! Just as some mentioned the larger snake's Velcro cap cane off inside my drain first use and I had to take out p-trap to get it out. But all you have to do if is the following to make it perfect:
* Gently but firmly wiggle and slide and pull off the large snake's end cap with pliers or teeth. Best to do it before using it as it is gross what comes out of drain and attaches to end cap.
* Use wire cutters or wire stripper to take about 1/2" of wire insulator off end or big snake end where the Velcro end cap just was. Do not weaken or damage wire itself.
* Slide the Velcro end cap back on and firmly wiggle and slide the cap until the bare wire reaches the end of the Velcro end cap's end.
* Then slide and push harder until the bare wire makes a hole and pops through the Velcro end cap.
* Bend the bare wire all the way over and then be sure and crimp the end into the Velcro end cap so that it is pushed into it and will not hang up in a drain when you pull it out.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Brian Luoma on November 14, 2009
This item is to expensive for what it accomplishes. I have found the Zip It in all major stores such as Hope Depot, Walmart, etc. for only $3 to $4 and it works faster and easier. Zip It has barbs so it cleans out your drains even better. This item is nothing but a wire with cheap fuzz on the end. I now use the Zip-It, the Zip-It blows this product away!!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By T. Mucciolo on December 28, 2009
I tried the turbo snake and found a design flaw. I used the "sink snake" piece on my sink and in just one turn, the plastic coated sheathing and velcro head stripped off, leaving me with a silver wire. I had read the directions, and worked slowly and did not tug hard on the snake when removing it from the drain.

Luckily, I was able to pull the stripped off piece out of the drain. Somehow, by twisting the turbo snake, it appears that it is possible that the drain stopper itself (mine is plastic) can cut into the black plastic sheathing on the sink snake, causing it to break off.

I had thrown the original packaging away, so I can't return it to Staples. I also tried the tub version and that seemed to remain stable, so at least I have that version intact. I think the idea is a good one, but the fact that is sliced-up so easily was a disappointment and a flaw in the design. It appears to be made cheaply and not durable. I would not recommend the Turbo Snake for this reason.
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