3-Piece Funnel Set - OXO Good Grips

3-Piece Funnel Set
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3-Piece Funnel Set - OXO Good Grips

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SKU: 208509
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Admit it, you always need a funnel for reefing. Pouring chemicals or water into mixing jugs has never been more stylish than with this funnel set from OXO. Set includes 4 oz funnel, 16 oz funnel and strainer.

  • Soft ribs on funnel for a secure fit

  • Ribs also allow for circulation so liquids pour in easier without splasing

  • Strainer fits both funnels

  • Dishwasher safe
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OXO has been producing quality kitchen equipment since 1990 under the philosophy of Universal Design or products usable by as many people as possible. The result is quality products with comfortable grips, no-slip bottoms, unique storage capabilities and an overall great look. Now it is easier than ever to use these great products as part of your aquarium maintenance.


  • Includes 4 oz and 16 oz funnels and strainer
  • Comfortable grip
  • High-heat plastic for hot liquids

Reviews

2 Items

  • Great funnels By jent on 3/6/2016

    Work perfectly for putting fluids in and out of a 2 liter bottle.
  • Quality funnel By Soulpatch on 2/25/2016

    I use these to pour salt into my water change station. The rubber grips on the sides are perfect for holding in place.

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What is the diameter of the top of the funnel? And the bottom? I was considering using this to put replacement carbon and GFO into the BRS reactors. The granules tend to spill out when trying to get it out of a 3/4 measuring cup into the reactor holding chamber. Thanks!
Question by: Justin on Aug 27, 2017 11:41:00 AM
Thanks for reaching out to us! The top diameter is 4.5" and the bottom opening is 1/2" and are a great way to add media to the BRS reactor.
Answer by: Mark Schlough (Admin) on Sep 6, 2017 3:34:00 PM