Model # 05459

Internet #202259619

Store SKU #241297

Scepter Eco Spout
0063923975480

Scepter

Eco Spout

$7.97 /each

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Product Overview

The self-venting Eco Spout is an environmentally friendly, spill-proof spout for use with your Scepter EPA-certified fuel can. It meets carb and OTC regulations, reduces emissions, stops flow and closes automatically.

  • For use with Scepter EPA-certified fuel cans
  • Self-venting design
  • Meets carb and OTC regulations
  • Reduces omissions
  • Stops flow and closes automatically

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Customer Questions & Answers

What size is the female adaptor that connects to the gas can?

What size is the female adaptor that connects to the gas can?
Asked by: Mowerman
Thank you for taking the time to answer. Do you think it would be possible to cut the end off the spout to make it a ready to pour spout, what I mean is, can I cut off the epa design and make it a ready to use spout?
Answered by: Mowerman
Date published: 2016-11-17
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Customer Reviews

Eco Spout is rated 1.2 out of 5 by 56.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't buy this product. I have had three of them - all broke! Bought two with on gas cans, then b... Don't buy this product. I have had three of them - all broke! Bought two with on gas cans, then bought a replacement, it broke too. Can't believe HD is still selling this product. Continually buying these and breaking them does not save one's carbon footprint. Think of all of the energy wasted making this product!
Date published: 2016-11-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nevessary Evil Do not blame Scepter for having to design a gas can spout that meets CARB and EPA regulations. Just as cars have vapor recovery systems mandated into them so do gas cans. This is my second manufacturer of EPA compliant gas cans. The first was worse having to twist the spout and then line up a ridge and a slot. This design is easier to work with. That said the design needs to be more robust. Even though there are instructions molded onto the collar to rotate right or left to unlock a ridge along the bottom of the collar would have been helpful. I had shown my wife how to use the gas can by twisting to fill the lawn mower and she for some reason pulled down on the collar and destroyed a small spring rendering the spout useless. I was able to find an old pre-CARB gas can for my wife, but I was stuck having to buy a replacement spout on a can less than a year old. I would hope Scepter would update their mold to include a ridge to prevent others from pulling down on the collar.
Date published: 2016-09-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DO NOT BUY I read the several negative reviews about this and bought it anyway - MISTAKE. I returned it immediately. I had the same experience as others - it leaked and did not seal the gas, upon first use. Save your time/$$ and DO NOT BUY.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from A waist of money This product is a waist of money. It will break the first time you try to use it.
Date published: 2016-09-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from stupid design, but it DOES work. I got it to work! BUT it is a DESIGN FAIL. You need to remove the little black hat-like travel cap from the spout (it fits on the tip as shown in the pix, it ALSO fits at the base of the spout under the screw-on collar that holds it onto the can (for travelling). With that safety cap out of the way, the spout can be pressed into the can as instructed. BUT you need to fiddle with the green collar to get the spout to depress as designed. The WxxCO brand of can & spill-proof spout is easier to use and it's been around for at least 15 years but they're not as completely spill-proof as Scepter's design. Basically Scepter NEEDS to have BETTER INSTRUCTIONS than the half-informative blurb on the package. Pictures!
Date published: 2012-06-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Broke during first use - spills gas Came as part of the scepter 2.5g gas container. There's a green locking ring mechanism that is supposed to "click" when unlocked. It didn't click but a spring came out of it. The picture directions indicate that you should push down on the edge of the tank being filled but nothing happens. Eventually you get a slow drip but fuel leaks all over the place. I can't return the thing - it's full of gas - so now I have to get a funnel to pour from the container.
Date published: 2011-12-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from awful Directions should read: 1. Unscrew poorly engineered spout from can. 2. Fill can with gas. 3. Screw poorly engineered spout back onto can. 4. Try in vain for several minutes to get gas to pour from spout. 5. Unscrew poorly engineered spout from can and throw in trash. 6. Go buy a 50 cent plastic funnel and pour gas into mower tank efficiently. SERIOUSLY....how does a company screw up an engineering concept as age-old as the "spout". I suspect most Scepter spouts will be recycled into funnels over the next 5 years....complete garbage.
Date published: 2015-09-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Complete Junk. This spout leaked the first time I used it, not so much that I was leaving puddles of gasoline, but more than I would expect from the environmentally friendly, spill proof, EPA-certified, CARB compliant Eco Spout. The second time I used it the mechanism to lock/unlock the spout, enabling it to be depressed allowing the flow of gasoline, broke. Save yourself the headache and find a plain old spout, something that is simple (remove the cap, pour, and replace the cap) the fewer moving parts and gimmicky dispensing mechanisms the less that can leak and break.
Date published: 2013-08-27
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