Rolson No Spill Funnel - Halfords - £1.00
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Rolson No Spill Funnel - Halfords - £1.00

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Found 14th Jan 2014
These are great and very effective... I keep one in the car and have another for the house,
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Good price for a handy gadget. I've reserved a couple to collect tomorrow.
They have this @ Asda sometimes at a £1.00 have some heat as it can be handy
a904lea

Good price for a handy gadget. I've reserved a couple to collect tomorrow.



Glad I could help...
deallady

They have this @ Asda sometimes at a £1.00 have some heat as it can be … They have this @ Asda sometimes at a £1.00 have some heat as it can be handy



Ta
Very useful for all sorts of household jobs, not just automotive. Must check my local for stock. Have some heat !
Bikertov

Very useful for all sorts of household jobs, not just automotive. Must … Very useful for all sorts of household jobs, not just automotive. Must check my local for stock. Have some heat !



Ta. Agreed, I keep one in the house for all those little transfer jobs...
i got them last year free with screen wash from asda very usefull item
Have some heat, just reserved 2 thanks
Got 2 thanks
stu3k

Cheaper on … Cheaper on Amazonhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Silverline-Tools-928822-No-Spill-Capacity/dp/B008ELJK08

Only as an add on item.
Or grab a pair of scissors and cut the top off a plastic milk bottle/cola bottle/squash bottle etc etc etc
qbs

Or grab a pair of scissors and cut the top off a plastic milk bottle/cola … Or grab a pair of scissors and cut the top off a plastic milk bottle/cola bottle/squash bottle etc etc etc


Or just pour skilfully.
These are only 50p in Asda at the moment, bought one yesterday,
im surprised these are as much as £1 being Rolson
or just turn the oil container 90 degrees and pour with it sideways...
qbs

Or grab a pair of scissors and cut the top off a plastic milk bottle/cola … Or grab a pair of scissors and cut the top off a plastic milk bottle/cola bottle/squash bottle etc etc etc

Rudidudi

or just turn the oil container 90 degrees and pour with it sideways...

If your happy mopping up oil drips or having a smelly car after topping up engine oil, rely on calm conditions and luck. Otherwise, use a funnel.
Problem with that is with a full container, the oil will start pouring out when you've turned the container about 15 degrees at most.
Seems a reasonable price to me. Have some heat OP.

However, if you can indeed get one for 50p at ASDA then even better!
theshabster

Seems a reasonable price to me. Have some heat OP.However, if you can … Seems a reasonable price to me. Have some heat OP.However, if you can indeed get one for 50p at ASDA then even better!



Agreed and thank you. If you are near an ASDA, able to pop in and they have any in stock then bargain, otherwise I think this is a fair deal....
After checking, my local ASDA doesn't stock a product like this.
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