RSVP Endurance 18/8 Stainless Steel Wide Mouth Canning Funnel
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- Stainless steel construction
- Features two side non-slip handles, for a secure grip
- Allows food items to pass through easily, a useful kitchen tool
- Works with wide mouth canning jars
- Dishwasher safe
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Package your canning jars with ease using this wide mouth canning funnel from the RSVP Endurance line. Fashioned from polished 18/8 stainless steel, this funnel is durable and steady. The wide mouth opening allows food items to pass through easily. It also features two side, non-slip handles, to give a secure grip. A handy kitchen tool, this canning funnel is good to have around. Best of all, it is dishwasher safe, making clean up a breeze. 2-3/4" diameter x 3-1/4" H
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The rim has the following text apparently engraved on it:
Top, under tab with hole for hanging: "70mm (2-3/4") dia. neck"
Bottom: "FOR WIDE MOUTH JARS"
Left side, smaller print: "ENDURANCE 18/8 STAINLESS CHINA"
Note that the 70mm (2-3/4") neck diameter specified appears to be the INSIDE diameter of the funnel neck. It is slightly larger ~71.5mm (just under 2-13/16") on the outside. It would not fit in a 70mm (2-3/4") hole, and probably not in a 71mm hole, but would fit snugly in a 72mm (2-13/16") hole. It fits very nicely in standard "Wide Mouth" canning jars, with just a little bit of room to spare around the funnel neck--not a tight fit, but not particularly sloppy either. For reference, I measured the inside diameter of a Bernardin Wide Mouth canning jar as about 75mm (2-31/32").
All in all, it's a quality funnel that should last a lifetime and then some. Though I like heavy weight items--which this isn't--it is the weight for the job and more would be overkill (not that overkill is necessarily a bad thing). It won't be bent or broken in anything remotely resembling normal use, dropping, etc.
If you are looking for a funnel that will fit inside of standard size canning jars, this is not the right one to get. But this is definitely good for many things and is perfect for the wide-mouth size canning jars.
1. To save time, I cook fairly large quantities at once, and store them in the 'frig in glass jars (although I don't do canning). I buy a lot of grains, beans and seeds in bulk, then I take the plastic bags home and store the products in glass jars.
2, After cooking, I store fairly large quantities of veggie stews, steamed veggies, cooked grains, cooked beans in glass jars in the 'frig. And also salad.
I find I often use the funnel several times/day.
In the past I've used the common ones (with the wielded on handle). Sometimes filling large jars (3 liter) was slow, but it worked OK. I finally dropped the funnel and the handle broke off, so I decided to look for a new one on Amazon, and choose this one because there was no handle to break, and the bottom opening was so large.
I am really happy with it-- as others have remarked, its really solid, there's no handle to break off, & it looks great. But best of all, the large bottom hole makes jars fill much faster. Because I use it so frequently, this is a significant time saver. I'm sure this will last for many, many years-- so the few extra dollars in cost is well worth it. Highly recommended!
There’s a stainless steel model with a cup-type handle and a wider top opening than the green plastic one. That funnel is great if you have a small jar that isn’t very deep because the bottom collar is only 1/2” deep where the green one is over an inch. Both have the same circumference opening at the bottom but the green one won’t sit on the little jars steadily, which the stainless steel one does. The stainless steel one has a wider top so is better at avoiding messy spillovers too. They work for regular and wide mouth jars. If you’re canning, you may appreciate that the green plastic one has the deeper bottom collar so you know when to stop filling the jar.
Now, all that said, this RSVP funnel is my favorite for anything that uses a wide mouth jar. It has a wider neck (2 ¾”) and is made specifically for wide mouth jars. It fits inside their opening much more steadily than the other two. It is higher quality stainless steel with a high polished finished and thumb holds on both sides of the top rim for grasping. With the wide top opening and rim, and the steady fit in the jar mouth, spills are a thing of the past. The neck depth is midway between the longer one of the plastic funnel and the short one on the cup-handled stainless steel one. It comes exactly to the base of the jar collar. This suits me perfectly because I use the jars far more for non-canning uses like fresh squeezed juice or the extra serving of a smoothie I’m saving for the next day. Even when filling the jar with something I intend to freeze (and therefore need extra space left in the jar) I like being able to see that my chicken stock or whatever doesn’t quite reach the bottom of the funnel (where the official freeze-fill line is on the jar), especially since the green funnel tips back and forth on the jar collar so the depth of the contents can’t be accurately judged quickly from the top. This might seem like a small thing, but isn’t if you’re holding the heavy pan from which you’re pouring.
While all three funnels will be useful to me for different reasons, this one is unquestionably the best quality and will be used the most for all my wide mouth jar needs.
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