|Item Weight||14.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||29 x 0.1 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||NPG-18611|
|Manufacturer Part Number||18611|
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Form-A-Funnel Flexible Funnel 29" L x 5" W
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- Molds into and holds any shape to create a leakproof channel for draining oil or fluid
- Thick, pliable nitrile rubber encases a thin layer of alloy to allow thousands of shapings
- Highly-compatible nitrile resists common vehicle liquids in temperatures from -30 to 425Á F
- Soft rubber edge forms a seal around filters or drains
- Easily wipes clean with most cleaners and degreasers
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Top Customer Reviews
I have three german vehicles where the oil drain bolt is on the side of the oils pan - not on the bottom. So what happens? the oil shoots out side-ways instead of strait down. so i either hold this funnel shapped in 180-degrees - shapped as a deflector. I bend /wedge it up and back into the car and when i remove the drain bolt - the oil shoots out sideways into the funnel and straight down into my oil catch pan. anyone who wants to substitute this for a normal funnel should not be able to review products. This is a great funnel even if you want to funnel liquids, you just have to form it properly and remember that the funnel is not 100% closed and sealed ... this is a forming funnel, i think some of the reviewers forgot this!!!
It works perfectly on my family volvo, benz, and audi. and these cars all hold 6-10 quarts of oil.... so its a great tool to form in the shape you want, wedge it or clamp it under the car, and let the oil drain to the form funnel and into the oil catch pan... while the oil is draining you can do something else like change your filters instead of having to sit under the car while quarts and quarts of oil drain!!
Ohhhh... clean up is a breeze.. a shot with some break cleaner, or purple degreaser and some soap and water, you would never know motor-oil was ever on this.... and the nitrile its made from... doesn't even let oils really adhere to it.
this is a 5-star product all the way - i actually wish i invented it. I do wish it was a bit more affordable but even at the price its at, i would buy another one without the blink of an eye.
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little pricey tho for what it is...
The PIG form-a-funnel is a very helpful & handy tool. You can bend & roll it to your need. As far as it seems. It is a flexible type rubber coating with a flexible metal insert. You bend it to your liking & place it where you need it to direct the flow of fluid in the direction you need to go. It helps prevent fluids from getting onto other components that you would have to clean up after. And one thing I hate doing is spending more time & cleaner on a vehicle from oil spilling out due to the location of the filters & drain plugs on vehicles.
The PIG form-a-funnel is very easy to clean. You can just wipe it with a shop towel & set it down. Or, if you want to get a little more into it. Spray it with brake cleaner & let it be. No staining or marking of any kind is left on it after cleaning. One end of the PIG form-a-funnel tapered down. This will be your end spill way for fluid. The other side would be more of your wrap/cover for where you're going to place it at the opening of the fluid coming out.
The reason I didn't give it more stars. As much as you can bend it. You really can't bend it in certain ways without messing up the insert. I have a few dents in the insert now. A little more flexibility would help out a lot. And rolling it into a funnel can be messy. Since there is no seal end when it's rolled. Fluid can just come out from between it. You'll have to watch how you use it when rolled to make sure you don't have a mess after.
Would I get another. Most likely! Since it does help from keeping an area clean. Though, it depends on what you're using it on & how tight of an area you're in.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I wish this was around 40+ years ago. I have previously used cardboard bent into shape to catch oil filter oil after breaking the seal. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Whodatguy
had never seen one of these. Basically there is a big, 3/8" thick sheet of lead under chemical/oil/fuel/sun/heat/etc-proof silicone that is also quite substantial and thick... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Jeffery V Williams
Works exactly as planned. I work as a lube tech at a major dealership and this saves time from having to clean up oil that has leaked onto the frame. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Jeremy S.
I gave this to my husband for Father's Day. He loves it! Previously he would custom create a paper funnel every time he changed the oil. This has been so much easier to use. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Yellow Bicycle