This plunger out ranks your other plungers it has a great force to push out your stoppages and the great thing about it is that it does not turn inside out like the others. I've been a plumber for over 45 yrs and this style is my favorite enough said
Doesn't really work with low GPF toilets. Cheap, but ineffective.
January 24, 2021
We got two of these are a replacement for a toilet plunger which has a ball-shaped rubber cup. This one is harder plastic.
This plunger has two problems with our relatively new Icera toilets, and also with an American Standard:
- poor seal around the hole in the toilet bowl
- does not hold enough water to provide much force
Toilet plungers work by having the cup get filled with water after the first or second push, then pushing water into the toilet bowl's drain. This one fails on being able to do that. Most of the water it pushes leaks past, and because it holds a small amount of water, what does go in the drain has little effect.
I've found I had to go back to our old ball-shaped plunger. That one has sealing problems on the Icera toilets too (resulting in splashing), but at least works. The Keeney plunger has now failed to work most times I've used it. Luckily I still have the old one.
The Keeney was a waste of money, and now I'm shopping again.
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Response from Keeney Customer SupportJanuary 25, 2021
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