Great if you want all your hardwork on the floor in the morning
Worthless for more than one use. I bought these as a bridge until I got my shanks and taps in. After force carbing my beer for a few days, I hooked this up so I could have a taste at serving pressure. This was late at night and I saw no leak, so I left it tapped in-case I wanted another. Well I fell asleep and woke up the next morning to all my beer in my keezer...the POS had leaked all night. This was the second time I had used this faucet. Clearly worth only one use. I love the feeling of my hard work at the bottom of my keezer. If you buy this' use it and then pull it off. I wish I would have had a better warning about that.
I bought this faucet to replace an identical one I bought at the local home brew shop. I never had a piece of garbage from more beer till now. Both must be from the same manufacturer because they both will not seal off. One dripped a puddle overnight and the other could leak a gallon per minute. I understand they are inexpensive but they should still be functional. Pulling my hair out right now.
I threw a couple of these on some extra beer line and beverage out connections and it is a cheap and efficient serving means when friends want me to bring over a large amount of homebrew for any events. A good backup to have when kegerator taps are temporarily out of commission for some reason but you want the beer to keep flowing.