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Internet #203165846

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Briggs & Stratton 2 Gal. Gas Can
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Briggs & Stratton

2 Gal. Gas Can

$16.20 /each

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The Briggs & Stratton Smart-Fill 2+ Gallon Fuel Filling System is the perfect solution to keep your small to medium size gas powered equipment running year round or to mix your 2 cycle oil. Whether it be your lawn mower, snow blower or leaf blower, the ergonomically friendly design makes fueling your equipment easy and clean. The EPA and CARB compliant spout includes a child safe cap and prevents fumes from escaping, as well as unnecessary spills. The operation of the Smart-Fill spout is a simple as Twist-Anchor-Push. 1.Twist the green safety collar into the unlock position. 2. Rest the convenient spout anchor on the lip of your fuel tank. 3. Push down to start the flow of fuel. The spout auto-shuts off once you release your downward pressure preventing fuel and fumes from escaping.

  • 2+ gallons of volume is perfect for small to medium size gas powered equipment or for roadside emergencies.
  • Smart-Fill Spout with Twist-Anchor-Push operation keeps fuel and fumes contained.
  • Illustrated instructions on container as well as link to online video instructions.
  • EPA and CARB Compliant design. Available in all 50 states.
  • Dust cap keeps dirt and dust out.
  • Note: product may vary by store

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I bought the same exact gas can today at Walmart for $10.88. Why do you charge 60% more for it than they do?

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May 23, 2016
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Stores can charge anything that they think a person is willing to pay for an item. Check out the price differences between exact same items from Grainger and Zoro.
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April 25, 2016
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Home Depot has never been in competition with Walmart. Volume has a lot to do with prices. Walmart probably buys 100 gas cans to every one bought by Home Depot. I personally check Walmart before HD. It's just a habit. Saved a lot of money that way.
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February 8, 2016
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Pricing will vary from dealer to dealer.
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I have T205 and can't get the stopper inside to release so that i can pour the gas out thru the spout.l

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What do I need to do? Nothing seems to turn to unlock. I see where it says to lock, but not to unlock. I cannot move the green piece that should unlock it. Help Pls. My granddaughter is kind enough to do the mowing, but we need to use the gas.
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October 25, 2016
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turn lock mec. to unlock position, put spout in tank use hook on spout to put on edge of opening push towards tank gas will come out.
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October 11, 2016
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This is a pass the buck answer. Kindly answer the question. I'm having same problem.
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June 2, 2015
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The gas can is manufactured by The Plastics Group, please contact them for parts.
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2 Gal. Gas Can is rated 2.2 out of 5 by 244.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Absolutely awful. I bought this and a 5 gallon gas can; this was the only style visible in the store. These are awful. That they have the gall to call it a leak-proof design is astounding. The "safety" mechanism makes filling a lawnmower an exercise in frustration- unless you want to completely invert the can to put sufficient pressure on the valve to open it, you have to compress the valve by hand, and you'll get gas all over your hands from the leaking collar. The lip on the nozzle makes the nozzle too large to reach the flap on the gas tank of one of my cars. The "cap" pictured over the end of the nozzle is hateful to get on and off. This is a horrible design and product, and if I can get Home Depot to refund my purchase, I will.
Date published: 2016-09-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not THAT bad I read these negative reviews and thought twice and I certainly believe a good old funnel and a plain spout would be better. This thing isn't that complicated to deserve all the negative reviews though. You push in the little safety catch and then tip it over and put the safety on the lip of your target and push the whole jug down. That opens the valve and it empties just fine. I do think I'd avoid the 5 gal version of this. Another 3 gal full of gas working the whole thing to trip the valve could be even more annoying. All that said, this isn't that bad and I'd get it again.
Date published: 2016-07-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No Spill...unless it's on your arm! This is indeed a no spill nozzle. No gas spills into the tank as you would like. Instead it spills onto your arm...or your mower...or the shed floor. My arm had more gas on it than the mower gas resevoir did. Avoid this like the plague!!!!
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from If you go to the Briggs website there is a video you can watch on how to properly use this gas ca... If you go to the Briggs website there is a video you can watch on how to properly use this gas can. I use it for filling a gas tank in a car. Before pouring, I make sure the main black cap is as tight as it can be, hold the can by the handle and the bottom, make sure the green ring is in proper location, then tilt and pour while putting pressure against the bottom the gas can and watching closely that the green ring is in the right position to allow the valve to open and pour easily. Only negative is when pulling it out, there is some minor dripping down the front of the can, trying to figure out how to fix that, and determine where the drip is coming from also.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad. NO! WHY!?!?!?!? Home Depot, do you like your customers? Then stop selling this gas can that does not pour gas. Do you like pouring gasoline out of a container into your power tools? Yes you say? That's why you're buying a gas can? Then buy a different gas can. Not this one. At least not with this ANTI-POUR spout. I bought a second one b/c I was sure what I had the first time was defective, and I then physically destroyed it trying to get it to work. NOPE, it is designed to fail. This gas can is a failure. Well technically the container does contain the gas, but the spout doesn't pour. Did I mention that you should not buy this? Just Don't. I can't even ...
Date published: 2014-11-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Confusing nossle design is not intuitive to operate. I picked up what looked to be the only gas can in this size/range on the shelf, to replace an old can. When I got it home, I noticed that it had a different mechanism on the top for opening and pouring than my previous gas can. Took some getting used to, and it is still a work in progress. The self closing/pouring mechanism is a little flaky, causing gas to be spilled most times I've used it. Only a small amount, but still a little annoying. As for it being a gas can, it holds gas fine, so it does what it's supposed to, just the pouring mechanism needs some more refinement.
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Spout The spout doesn't work! Why all the weird safety stuff? It's so safe you can't use it!
Date published: 2016-03-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst nozzle EVER I bought this can new a couple years ago. After the first use the pour nozzle broke. Since I still had a full tank of gas and nowhere to move it to, I kept using it until it was empty. Which by that point my 30 day window had closed and HD wouldn't take it back. Now, it leaks and pours gas everywhere when I try too use it. Instead, I have learned to pour out of the can with no nozzle. What a piece of junk. Save yourself the headache, these things DONT WORK!
Date published: 2016-08-04
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