I bought a couple of cheap plastic 1-gallon gas cans from ******* which leaked gasoline from the mold line. That is not good. So I went to Sears to see what they had, and found this heavier-duty 2-gallon can that was just a little more than the 1 gallon can. NO LEAKS! So I am very happy, and wished I had shopped Sears first.
I am pretty positive that this is the new gas can I purchased several months ago, it looks the same as this one. It says no spill, I could not pour the gas out of the can with the "new" spout! It poured everywhere but where I wanted the gas to go. If I am not correct about this spout, I appologize, but if it looks like the bottom is closed, it is definately the same one and if it is, I would not reccommend it to anyone. What happened to the old spout that you screwed on and it poured into anything nicely. This new thing that you are suppose to somehow lift the bottom while pouring and it comes out everywhere else other than the bottom is the most poorly made thing. Now I just have disguarded the spout piece and use a funnel, which isnt very easy for someone with a bad back and neck.
Great product and delivered in time.
Not good one product, It's hard to open the cap
As a plastic gas can, it does what it is designed to do. Have no issues with it, functions as it is designed.
I bought this item to fill the gas into my snowblower. Though I didn't get a chance to use it, it looks very good and sturdy. Will test it this winter when the snow days start.
It leaks around the nossel
I bought it get gas for my lawnmower! The new spill proof system is geat.
Haven't bought many gas cans over the years, but this one is doing what I expected it to do. It's an okay shape with a decent handle. So, step on the GAS, get over to KMART and buy one. You CAN do it...I know you CAN!!