1. Bilko
    22nd May 2017 @ 4:33 pm

    This is just what I need. My pet hate is the wee jug. Always a mess, even having it stuffed with rolled up kitchen roll doesn’t help a lot on longer journeys.

  2. Cooper Lambretta
    22nd May 2017 @ 6:13 pm

    Good idea, made several myself and been using one for the last 7 years!

  3. PandemoniumRocket
    22nd May 2017 @ 9:41 pm

    So I would have to carry this bottle and an extra bottle of 2 stroke to decant into this bottle to pour it into my tank..and after a few weeks of bouncing around in my toolbox wouldnt the red markings rub off.. I’ve been using the same jug for years and ok its grubby but it works fine takes up a tiny amount of room and the embossed markings wont rub off..

    • Sticky
      23rd May 2017 @ 7:11 am

      Embossed would be better. I’m sure they’ll consider it if sales prove worthwhile

  4. Jay71
    25th June 2017 @ 9:23 pm

    The markings on the side are a bit useless. On the old jug you simply had every litre marked off, the lines on this are confusing. 3 lines between 5 litre intervals, so one line equals 1.6 litres?

    • Sticky
      25th June 2017 @ 11:12 pm

      Yes totally agree with that and it has been passed on as feedback.

  5. Stuart Outred
    6th July 2017 @ 10:00 pm

    Just seen this great idea in principle but looking at the markings is very confusing. As others have stated the markings will rub off needs to embossed.

  6. Ed Bailey
    10th July 2017 @ 9:10 am

    I have unfortunately bought one but I’m concerned that the markings may come off (like they have on the baby feeding bottle I’ve been using for the last 8 years – I’ve used a stanley knife to scratch a mark at the 200 ml level so I know how much to fill it up to for 5 litres of fuel)

    the other point of concern with the markings is that they stop at 200ml at the 4% mix and dont go to the top of the bottle so I just dont get how I am supposed to know that I’ve pored 200 ml into my fuel tank unless it happens that the amount of fuel in the bottle lies between 500 and 200 ml.

    The locking top seems good though.

    Glad I only bought the one.

    • Martin Round
      10th July 2017 @ 9:52 pm

      TOP TIP: you can easily an permanently ‘engrave’ the markings onto one of these bottles with a hot soldering iron. That won’t rub off and you can get 5 divisions between 10 – 15 litres etc. 🙂

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