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Jetboil Unisex Crunchit Fuel Canister Recycling Tool
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- Lightweight, rugged stainless steel construction
- Safely vents fuel prior to puncturing
- Useful Jetboil toolkit integrated into CrunchIt handle
- Clips onto carabiner or key ring for convenience
- Bottle Opener. 1oz Jetboil Orifice wrench
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|Item Display Weight||1 ounce|
|Package Height||0.2 x 3.1 x 4.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.05 pounds|
Unisex Jetboil Crunchit Fuel Canister Recycling Tool -
Top Customer Reviews
Now I have a foolproof and safe way to puncture and dispose of gas canisters.
Yes, you could just bash in the gas canister with a hammer, screwdriver, rock etc. but I just can get myself to start hammering away on gas canister that may still have some residual gas inside it. I think that's about as stupid as smoking while filling up your car at the pump! Yes this thing costs about 10 bucks (with shipping), but that's a small price for safety in my book.
You screw the device on to one of those Jetboil, MSR etc gas canisters and then push down on the lever to puncture the canister. You may hear some venting when you screw on the tool, that's normal. There is a little hole on the screw on attachment that let's any remaining gas vent safely before you puncture the canister.