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No-Spill 1405 2-1/2-Gallon Poly Gas Can (Carb Compliant)

by No-Spill
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

Price: CDN$ 46.87
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Product Features

  • Thumb button control for precise pouring

Frequently Bought Together

No-Spill 1405 2-1/2-Gallon Poly Gas Can (Carb Compliant) + No-Spill 206 6-Inch Flexible Gas Can Spout Extension + No-Spill 6131 Gas Can Nozzle Assembly
Price For All Three: CDN$ 78.11

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Product Details

Product Description

Most spills occur tipping a normal can to get the spout into the tank opening before the liquid comes out, or removing the spout from the target vessel before overflowing. The No-Spill spout is fully user controlled so you tip the can vertical, insert the spout into the vessel opening, then press the button to begin and control pouring. To stop pouring simply release the button. Practically eliminates spills and overflows. The only Spill-Proof spout with thumb button control that does not push down on your tank's filler neck to pour. More control, fewer tip-overs of your small equipment. The fastest pouring Spill-Proof nozzle available. At up to 3 gal/min, compare to other brands at 1.5 to 2.0 gal/min. Meets California Air Resources Board requirements for sale or use in California. Autostop removable nozzle, single opening for filling & pouring, treated can body for low permeation. The most user friendly CARB compliant can available. Fills equipment without the need to press down on the tank opening. 6-inch Flex Spout Extension (sold separately) allows filling of on-road vehicles, boats and many other hard to reach tank openings. No-Spill Gasoline cans are tested and certified to ASTM F-85299 Standard Specification for Portable Gasoline Containers for Consumer Use and our Diesel & Kerosene cans are tested and certified to ASTM F-97602 Standard Specification for Portable Kerosene and Diesel Containers for Consumer Use.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Good Product April 24 2014
By jimbo
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Have only used it once but it worked very well and was easy to use, bought it to fill my chain saw and it is great for that purpose
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Amazon.com: 4.5 out of 5 stars  484 reviews
85 of 87 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best can I've ever had June 16 2010
By John S. Dean - Published on Amazon.com
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I've gone through a lot of cans in the last 20 years, and this one is, no question, the best.

First note - make absolutely sure you tighten the black collar even more than you've ever had to tighten any other one, because if you don't you'll end up with gas all over like I did. ;)

But once it's cranked down, it works wonderfully.

No gas comes out at all till you push the button, and then it comes out in a great steady stream, no glub glub surges as it transfers air for gas inside the can.

Let go of the button (which is not hard to depress by the way, very smooth action) and gas cuts off, instantly.

The plastic of the can is much sturdier and more solid than the others I've had, seems thicker and better made.

I'm glad I finally got to throw away my nasty 5 gallon beast I've had for the last few years.
100 of 108 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Expect a 5 year service life.... Nov. 10 2009
By Happy Shopper - Published on Amazon.com
I wrote one of the original reviews on this can. I purchased both the 2-1/2 gallon one and the 1-1/4 gallon one in 2005. Both worked as advertised and I gave the can a rating of 5 stars.

In the Summer of 2010, I found this one to leak. A small crack had developed in one corner due to repeated expansion and contraction due to temperature chanegs in the outdoor garden shed, where this can was stored. The crack leaked gasoline all over the floor of the shed. The second one developed a similar kind of leak withon a month or two of the first.

The original ones had "lifetime" guarantees. I had purchased another 6 months before. I believed that the warranty had been reduced to 3 years.

I decided not to contact No-Spill although I know that they would honor the warranty.

The first ones had a tendency to leak if the cap was not tightened a certain way. The newer ratcheting cap ones are less likely to destroy the gasket, when tightened due ta "champhered" section in the cap. I have not confirmed it, but I've been told that the flat gaskets have been superceeded by "o" rings.

I would recomend this gas can, but expect to replace it every 5 years. I am currently testing Blitz, Scepter, Wedco and Midwest cans in the same garden shed.

The Scepter ones appear to be holding up the best. In 2 years, none have leaked. Older plastic gas cans were not vapor tight to 20 psi, so they do not expand and contract as the new CARB approved ones. They vented themselves at low pressure. I've seen them that are over 10 years old. Don't expect the current ones to last that long.
26 of 28 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good company...product has had some flaws. Aug. 10 2010
By D. Whitmore - Published on Amazon.com
I started using No-Spill fuel containers several years ago, because other containers available locally were so lousy. The design and operation was just as it should be. The first version I had was the non-CARB model. The spout was not removable, you filled it from a second cap on the opposite side of the handle. I operate at landscape business and my containers are often left out in the sun. After three or four months, the containers all developed splits that allowed fuel to seep out. The splits all occurred near the handles. I had four of them, and No-Spill replaced them all under warranty.

The second batch all did same, but the splits occurred in a different location this time. All split in the indentation on the sides. The plastic seemed to be a little thinner in that area. These lasted just a little longer than the first batch. Once again, the company replaced them under warranty. You could argue that they should not be left out in the sunlight, and that this would never happen if they were not. But, in over twenty years, I only remember one other fuel container doing this.

The third batch were replaced with the CARB version. This time the failure occurred at the cap/spout. One lasting only about ten days before it happened. Be very careful tightening it. Snug it and quit.

Now, despite all that, the company has been great dealing with replacements. I don't think I have ever dealt with a better company.

So, be careful tightening the caps, and try not to leave them in the sunlight.
40 of 45 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great design Aug. 12 2008
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
This is a great product with a great design. It seems like very solid construction and the spout works as advertised. I get no more overfills when I gas up the mower. Probably the last gas container I'll ever purchase.
34 of 40 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars The cap leaks March 21 2011
By Gregory McDaniel - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
It seems like most of these reviews are either way too enthusiastic about a gas can or written by people who shouldn't be handling gasoline. The vent does leak when it's not upright. So it leaks if turned upside down, but there's no good reason to turn it upside down. The cap on the tip of the spout helps. Once the cap/valve assembly has flooded you can't really dry it, you have to smell fumes for a while.

One reviewer mentions replacing the gasket with an o-ring, but mine came with an o-ring.

Note two other things: it doesn't carry the UL seal, and Amazon won't accept it back.

At least they're (#2) recyclable.
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