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"Great Can" - by Wayne J (Louisiana)
I love the No Spill containers. Unlike most "safety" containers ....it works. Gas does not comes out with the slow chug........chug.........chug as with other cans. Every time I use one of the other brands I find myself wishing the OSHA idiots were present so can beat them with the can. The No Spill container also has the great feature of the pour button making it safe and simple to fill small engines such as weed eaters, pressure washers, chain saws and blowers. When you are ready for the flow to start or stop just push or let off of the button which is very easy to reach and even has finger holds to hold on to with the index and middle fingers. I would give it 5 stars if it were a bit easier to remove and replace the lid. Like most plastic cans it takes a little bit ... full review

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"The only decent gas can out there" - by Amazon Customer
I got this gas can after trying the ones from Home Depot and Lowes. The other gas cans made a mess and were incredibly difficult to use. This one is pretty much just like the video shows, very easy to use.

I took it to the gas station and filled it up, screwed the cap on tight and put it in my trunk. I was happy to find that it didn't leak at all on the drive home. If you push the button while it is still sitting up right, it will relieve the pressure. I was a little nervous to tip the whole thing on its side to get the nozzle in my lawn mower, but it worked great with no leaks once again.

I filled the lawn mower up quick and put the cap back on the gas can. I got no gas on ... full review

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"Now ---- luck with the 5-gallon size!!" - by The Hammer (chicago, il)
See update below: I should have read the reviews (looked like a decent star rating). I have two of these in the 2 1/2 and 1 gallon size and they work fine so didn't look at the reviews that closely. However, I have had the same problem that a lot of the one-star group experienced: leakage coming from the black ring when I tip the can horizontally. I tried to reseat the o-ring, tried making tighter and looser but nothing helped. I contacted Amazon and they issued a refund for this non-returnable item.

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OK. I did not find a gas container any better than the No-spill and so I decided to give it a try again ( I really like the concept of pushing in a button to dispense gas since I am using it to fill the tank of my boat on ... full review

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"High Quality, Sturdy Construction. A Great Gas Can." - by El Chupacabra (Illinois)
After reading a couple reviews that said this was flimsy steel and cheap plastic, I was a little hesitant to purchase this. However, I took the chance and am glad I did. I want to say first and foremost, this is NOT flimsy steel and is of solid construction. The spring mechanism for the handle that raises the cap is also very well made and I have no concerns about that. Also, after filling this the first time, the funnel feature is REALLY handy. You pull the handle back to disengage the cap, insert the funnel, and let the cap rest on the funnel to keep it in place (it stays in place very well). The funnel works great and made no drips when filling my lawn mower. My only minor gripe is that I wish the can had a feature to stow the funnel on it when not in ... full review

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"Seems to work, mostly." - by In no sense guilty (Bellevue, WA USA)
Not too bad. You do have to assemble it but it doe not take long. That's not fumes, I move the camera during the last picture and did not bother to reshoot it. I have only tried it once but it filling the Honda mower in only a few seconds. The nozzle work well and the valve allow you to control the flow and it also easier to use when pouring into a horizontal filling hole. It could be a bit thinner. It hard to see the level at the tank fills up so you have to guess.

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"Someone finally did it right. A gas can that makes sense & ACTUALLY works." - by JustJenToday (Utah)
Finally, a gas can user invented a gas can! These are THE BEST. We've purchased EVERY type of gas can on the market. All those ridiculous new 'spill proof' gas cans that require a collar be pulled back in order to dispense are absurd. We run multiple generators all day every day to support our business, which requires at least 1 refill a day. Trying to fill the genny's without spilling on yourself with the 'spill proof' cans requires 2 people. We lose so much gas to those poorly designed gas cans - not to mention, the generators were always covered in gas, in addition to our gloves or hands.

We bought these and it was GAME OVER! We instantly threw out all of our newer 'spill proof' gas cans & then purchased 6 more of these gas cans. They're ingenious. Seriously, why wouldn't you put the dispenser at the bottom ... full review

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"Of COURSE the nozzle is crap. They ALL are. But this is the crap to buy." - by CJ - Brewster, NY (Brewster, NY United States)
If you've purchased a gas can in the last ten years you have been forced to deal with the maddening EPA-compliant nozzles. Some are easily modified to work and pour easily, others are not. It took me less than a few seconds to remove the rotating flapper and pull the assembly out of the nozzle. After that, a foot long piece of 1" PVC tubing is all you need to make this a normal gas can. Adding a plastic vent will help it pour but it's not 100% necessary. Very easy mod, no tools, and much easier than many others.

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"Looking for a good time?" - by Jonathan Taylor (Salisbury, NC USA)
Bored? Pimpin' got ya down? Well, I've got a suggestion; go get a new safety gas can (you can't get any other kind anymore) and set off to do some yardwork. Make sure you leave a new "safety" gas can in the sun while you work. These allow pressure to build, not like those old unsafe gas cans that didn't build pressure, because that's no fun.

When you are ready for a good time, try to fill the weedeater, chainsaw, or lawnmower with the gas can. If you get really lucky, the safety mechanism may stick a bit, then release a slug of gas/oil mixture into the gas tank and blow back into your face at the speed of your average garden hose sprayer.

Oh, Imagine the fun you'll have crawling to the shower or sink with your throat, eyes and face burning with gasoline! You won't actually be on fire, but ... full review

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"Sunbelt Products with this and you will find it works just like the old style gas cans" - by Greg Trim
It would be a 5 star if it didn't have the new type of spout.
order Hi-Flo Gas Can Spout Kit
Sold by: Sunbelt Products
with this and you will find it works just like the old style gas cans.

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"Extremely Poor piece of Junk" - by Big Steve from Seymour (by Gawd) Texas
Right out of the box, it didn't work. The green ring was hard to turn. The black tube was hard to plunge. Holding the pieces in my hands, I was able to turn the green ring and plunge the black tube, but not all the time and certainly not without trouble.

Eventually (within 10 minutes), the two pieces of the black tube separated. Trying to put it back together forced the safety flapper (which prevents gas from pouring until in position) was pushed out the bottom.

Maybe I can get it back together and maybe I can get it to work as it is supposed to work. More likely, I will have to get rid of the flapper so that gas will pour freely in all circumstances. Which means it will operate as the old style of gas cans -- except that it has a very ... full review

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"A five gallon can, or this six gallon one?" - by Mike Hunkele
My wife and I use these gas cans to store large quantities of gasoline from stations that either offer fuel discounts, or offer lower prices in neighboring states. I use a safety siphon to transfer the gas from these containers to our vehicles. I don’t use the government approved nozzles for dispensing, but they are easy to attach and remove, and they work (as they should) to prevent the contents from spilling out while in transit.

I prefer these containers over other 5-gallon cans because of the slim profile, I can stack more of them side-by-side in the back of the truck.

The construction and materials of these containers is very good – thick plastic with strong handles. The only issue is some sharp edges where the container is molded together. Buy with confidence. Please let me know if this review was helpful.

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"Best "gas can" I've seen in years!" - by H. Limmer (TULLY, NY, United States)
So many of today's safety gas cans are utter and total abominations. Every time I use one I find that they cause gas/diesel/kerosene to spill all over the place. Especially when filling smaller tanks like those on lawn mowers. Or when heating up in the sun or just on a warm day causes positive pressure inside the can. I cherish my "original" Blitz cans that have the little yellow breather cap and the extendable, flexible spout but they are no longer available. I recently had the fancy sliding spout come all apart on a nearly new and name-brand diesel can only to have parts fall into the diesel tank and the whole can tumble off the tractor dumping diesel everywhere. I was using the little nub on the spout that is meant to hang on the tank spout just like the pictures on the side of the can show. Pure ... full review

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"Great quality" - by OldPrintGuy
To be honest, I wondered how in the world a fuel can could be worth that price. The instant I opened the box (from purchasing a lightening deal) I was convinced it is well worth it and proud I had bought it. This can is hands down way past the highest quality I have ever seen. Obviously built for ultimate safety and durability. Yes, I will buy another, and maybe another... (let's see, lawn mower, chain saw, kerosene, one for my son, and...)

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"Excellent product!" - by constance springer (SUWANEE, GA, US)
Not sure how I lived with plastic gas cans for so long. These are very high quality. Excellent product!

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"Fantastic Gas Can" - by Tracy A. Paugh (Wantage, NJ USA)
Although this can has one of the newly mandated anti spill nozzles, don't let that stop you from purchasing it. I use this can to top of the gas tank on my motorcycle. Simply put the nozzle in the gas tank press down slightly and it will fill the tank without spilling a single drop. When my motorcycle tank is full, gas automatically stops flowing from this can. It's a simply and ingenious design and is much heavier duty than what the competition is selling. I don't see this breaking anytime soon like the cheap piece of junk can that's made by Scepter. Buy this Tuff Jug! You won't be sorry.