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Carboy Wedge
FE339

Carboy Wedge

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Description

Place underneath a carboy to tilt it and siphon every last drop sediment free. Keeps your hands free while you operate the siphon.

Be careful when using this product as the carboy can easily be tipped over. Using two can make a more stable setup.

Item # FE339
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Availability Out Of Stock
Weight 0.25LBS
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Useful
Jason on Jun 17, 2019
too lazy to build one
John E S on Feb 27, 2019
Useful
Jason on Jun 17, 2019
Price
Mark J on Apr 25, 2019
too lazy to build one
John E S on Feb 27, 2019
might help
Scott O on Sep 21, 2018
Racking wine
Darren R on Aug 22, 2018
Something new
Craig T on Apr 28, 2018
Price
Mark J on Apr 25, 2019
might help
Scott O on Sep 21, 2018
Reviews

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not what expected
This product is far from providing a safe way to tilt a carboy.
In fact it is very dangerous because it is made out of a hard and slippery plastic. that can easily slip out from under the carboy and you may loose the carboy and it's content on the floor of your kitchen or garage.
I did not use it and will not use it ever.
It can be improved by using a softer material instead of hard plastic.
I wanted to return it, but I figured it is not worth paying for the shipment.
I do not recommend it to anyone and in my opinion it should not be sold as is
February 2, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Better than magazines, but be careful
Warning: These are made of hard plastic without any grip. If you use a smooth table to transfer these will slip all over the table without something underneath to grip. Using two in the 10 & 2 positions is very stable and works very well at getting as much liquid out of your carboy as possible.
April 4, 2017