Laser Jiggle Siphon
keep trying and it works
I noticed many negative comments about this product but knew from other sources that these items work well. The one I bought last week I tested on water and it totally failed to work. BUT, I worked out that the ball in the metal nozzle was getting stuck down so stopping the jiggle, so no siphon. I filled the nozzle with WD40, then pressed the ball up against the spring quite hard, this resulted in the ball not getting jammed. This action probably weakened the spring a bit too. The net result is that the Jiggle works brilliantly, I transferred 30L of petrol into my boat in about 4 mins, no mess at all. So make sure your ball is free and practise your jiggle and all will be OK. ;-)
01 June 2012
the hose is too short for petrol, the "jiggle" dosnt work, had to cut off the "jiggle" and had to make the hose 2 inches shorter than it was!
09 May 2012
Laser Jiggle Siphon
If you have got a got strong wrist movement for any reason, you may be able to get this working ok. I struggled with it, but it did eventually bear fruit, but the vinegar strokes were a killer. I would not recommend this item, buy yourself a proper siphon, this is too much like hard work, was even considering using the old fashioned way of siphoning at one point, but I really don't like the taste of diesel !!
17 February 2012
Does NOT do what it says,followed the instructions and it was useless.Was in the bin whithin an hour of using it!! An absolute rip off! Not happy one bit!
25 January 2012
definitely worth the money paid, did the job in minutes
01 December 2010
I bought this syphon to empty a motorcycle petrol tank and it ended up in the bin it would not extract the fuel easily at all so i ended up cutting the copper ball valve end off and ended up sucking the fuel out. Very dissapointed
09 September 2010
jiggle siphon its the future
best product ever so there. if you dont belive me just ask me gran. cos she dont lie.
15 August 2010
Couldn't make it work
Tried to syphon fuel from a car but couldn't make it work. So assuming I was doing it wrong I tried syphoning some water from a bathroom basin where I could see what I was doing. Still no luck so I threw it away. At least it didn't cost much.
30 January 2010