Perfect Pour Funnel:
The problem of using a standard funnel to add oil to a vehicle is that it always results in oil spills. This is usually caused by overfilling the crankcase and, once you pour too much oil into the funnel, the only place where it can go is out! Out onto the engine, where it makes a mess.
The solution is the Perfect Pour Funnel. This funnel is as easy as pulling a trigger. All over the world people use a standard funnel for various reasons and come across the same hassles and messes. Until now.
The Perfect Pour Funnel has a handle with a trigger that opens up a valve at the spout of the funnel. Below the valve is a gasket that is used to seal the liquid when the trigger is closed. A cable runs through the handle so that when you pull on the trigger, it opens the valve at the spout. There is also a spring towards the bottom of the handle to spring the valve closed once you release the trigger.
The Perfect Pour Funnel will also have both imperial and metric measurements on the side of the funnel so that the person using it could measure the amount of fluid they are using as well as a flexible spout extension for those hard-to-reach areas.
The Benefits: Imagine the benefits of using this funnel:
You can stop the flow of the funnel half way through to check your levels.
You also have a cleaner working environment without spills.
The Perfect Pour Funnel has detachable legs so that you can set it down even with fluid in it
You do not waste extra fluids and you could also measure the amount of fluid you are using.
The Perfect Pour Funnel is also perfect for mixing fluids. Say you want to add coolant to your vehicle, you simply fill equal parts of antifreeze with water and your vehicle is safe for -30 degrees celsius. You can do the same thing for mixing gas with oil for two-stroke engines.
The Perfect Pour Funnel would also be greatly appreciated around the house. You can use it as a measuring cup or for putting bulk liquids into an easier-to-use container.
The inventor is looking for a licensee
Inventor: Shawn Shaw
Phone: (250) 305-1042
since September 21, 2012