This Tekton 2-in-1 funnel has a removable flexible extension that allows for easier placement of the funnel for pouring. It’s made from chemical-resistant polyethylene and can be used with oil, gasoline, kerosene, coolant, and other such auto-maintenance and engine fluids. You can of course use it for water and other common non-auto fluids as well.
- Mesh screen filters out debris and large particulates
- 40 oz. capacity
- Side handle
- Flexible extension can be removed and stored inside the funnel
- Lifetime replacement guarantee
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Seems like a good idea for me. My Hopkins funnel is still going strong after years of light use (I mainly just use it for windshield washer fluid), but it can be awkward to use at times. Even though there is a high-wall splash guard, I still have to pour slowly due to how the funnel usually ends up angled and positioned. With the Tekton, I can see myself appreciating the flexible extension, not just for its positioning options but because it looks to offer a finer/slower flow control.
The funnel is priced at $4.50, and Amazon lists it as an “add-on” item, meaning it can only be purchased with $25+ of qualifying free-shipping items.
Does anyone see a potential downside to this funnel?