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Racking Cane Clip - 1/2 in.
R390

Racking Cane Clip - 1/2 in.

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Description

Holds 1/2'' racking cane and clips to carboy or bucket. Great for holding the siphon off the bottom when starting your transfer. Then you can slowly lower the bottom of the siphon cane to the bottom of the carboy/bucket by sliding the cane in the clip to help eliminate disturbing the bottom sediment layer. A must have.

Item # R390
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Availability California - Out Of Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 0.06LBS
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Basically a 3rd hand
Does what it's supposed to do, hold the racking cane in place effectively freeing up a hand.
February 17, 2018
Purchased
10 months ago
Perfect for 1/2
I use this for a 1/2" OD SS racking cane and it works wonderfully. I've used it on plastic bucket fermenters as well as 5G and 6.5G glass carboys without any issues. It holds tight enough for my needs.
December 1, 2017
better than the clip that comes with the auto-siphon
This clip holds better to the side of the bucket, the one on the auto-siphon doesn't. It also helps keep the tip of the siphon above the trub.
May 29, 2013
third hand
Tired of holding your racking cane? Get one of these, it's like having a third hand. It works much better than a clothes pin to keep the cane above the trub.
May 29, 2013
Easier than a clothes pin
I wish they made one that fit an easy siphon. I don;t use a regular racking cane anymore but this did make using one easier to handle. It's just not very useful for all of the better racking options out there.
May 20, 2013
Gotta have one of these
I was using a safety pin to hold the bottom of my cane above the trub. It slippwed down many times so I purchased one of these and have had no issues. The spring is tight enough to hold your cane up evn when wet with sanitizer.
May 7, 2013