Super Jiggler Reviews

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I used your 1/2" and 3/8" Jigglers today. Transferred fuel into my tractors, zero-turn lawn mower, my truck, my old jeep and into several new jerry cans. I spilt a little fuel but it was my fault. Amazing device. The more I used it the more I learned how to use it correctly. It almost draws out every ounce of fuel to transfer the can almost dry!

Old saying about doing things the right way, with the jiggler, fuel transfer is done the smarter way!! Something so simple can do so much. With all the fuel I transferred today, I would have spilled at least a quart or more doing it the old way with a spout and funnel, holding a heavy fuel can. This thing will pay for itself in a few years, just from not spilling fuel. Wish my Dad had lived long enough to see this thing work, he would have loved it.

Rodney Williams
Reidsville, NC


My 17' SL Sail Boat is horrible to fill.
Gas everywhere takes 30 min to fill her 3/4 full.
I hate gas all over me my boat and the trailer and the ground.

Suggestions ? Ron.

Get one of these. Works awesome.


This is the one Carl & others recommended on this forum. I bought one and love it:


Hello world!

I am a begginer BIABer, with a kettle made out of a 50 litres beer keg, with no ball valve installed. Regularly, i chill the wort with a 15 meters ribcage chiller, but i want to save some time and try no-chill-ing. I already found some HDPE containers to use, but the problem is that i don't have a valve on the keggle, nor a silicon tube, or any other high temp tubing. The silicon tubing that i found is either too expensive, either sold in a minimum length , so i need to exclude any potential ways to do it.

Could i simply transfer the wort from kettle to cube with a 1 liter cup?


I'm going to use my siphon, which is likely made from silicone.

"If you want the highest quality pump & hose that won't break down or melt on you, order from us."

I boiled the end of it, and it seemed to not be bothered by it.


Post subject: Re: How do YOU fill your tank?

Yep, I highly recommend one of those "jiggle" syphon hoses.

My fuel tank is built in and the filler is on the side of the boat. Filling directly from a gas can usually had gas running all down my arms (when filling while boat was on trailer) or into the lake (when filling while boat is tied to the dock). With the jiggle syphon hose, I keep the gas can on the seat at the back of the boat and run the syphon tube into the filler neck on the tank. A few "jiggles" of the syphon tube and the 5-gallons is emptied out of the gas can in just a few minutes -- with not a single drop being spilled.

Kim and Steve
2003 Lowe Suncruiser Trinidad 222
2003 Yamaha 90hp 4-stroke
2008 Toyota Tundra 5.7
Spend most of our time on Lake Eufaula

I agree with OK Toon's recommendation; I find it easy and without a mess.

2005 30' Tracker PartyHut
135hp Mercruiser I/O
Lake Samish - Bellingham, WA.


Barrel Pump
Who sells a good barrel pump for 55 gallon alcohol drums? Everyone I have found is not alcohol compatible. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Mike

Re: Barrel Pump
It's ghetto, but here's what we use. works awesome, no parts to wear out.


Cadet: Need to drain fuel from 1989 SeaRay Amberjack

Hey, I have a searay amberjack 1989. Dual 6-cyl. engs. (4.3's?) and need to drain the fuel tanks. The fuel is bad in there. What equipment do i need and how should I proceed?

Chief Petty Officer - Get one of these;

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Super Jiggler

Got mine in the mail today. Looks like they work well. Anyone that has watched PowerModz videos, you may have seen Louie using one.


Neat Product: Super Jiggler Siphon

Posted by Shannon Love on March 13th, 2011

Growing up on the farm, I got more than my fair share of mouthfuls of gasoline, diesel, stock tank water and other liquids-I-don’t-like-to-think-about, all while sucking on a hose trying to start a siphon.

That is why I was pleased when I stumbled on an innovative siphon hose while web surfing for parts for my death ray.

The hose has a little one-way valve mechanism in one end. When you put that in the liquid you wish to siphon and jiggle it up and down, the one-way valve functions like a pump and lifts the liquid up the hose until it hits the tipping point that establishes the siphon and the liquid flows down hill as nature intended.

It’s great! No more sucking, wheezing, gagging and thinking, “Wait, that wasn’t diesel. What the hell did I just swallow?”

So, without further ado: The Super Jiggler Siphon Hose.

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12 Responses to “Neat Product: Super Jiggler Siphon”

Dan from Madison Says:
March 13th, 2011 at 7:49 pm

Me and you both on mouthfuls of diesel and gas. I wish I had one of these when I was a kid.
Jonathan Says:
March 13th, 2011 at 8:24 pm

This is big!

Bruce Hoult Says:
March 13th, 2011 at 9:38 pm

Also being a farm kid but being somewhat leery of getting mouthfuls of miscellaneous foul liquids, I somehow always managed to get syphons going by shoving the hose as far into the liquid as possible and then putting my thumb over the end and pulling the hose rapidly to the working position.

TMLutas Says:
March 14th, 2011 at 4:18 am

Heh, I’ve had one of those for years. It works as advertised.

Locomotive Breath Says:
March 14th, 2011 at 6:45 am

Bruce beat me to it. Who in their right mind siphons by mouth?

Larry Aaron Says:
March 25th, 2011 at 11:23 am

I took your advice folks. I just received my Super Jiggler Siphon in the mail and have already used it 3 times. It works like a charm. I am going to order another one and use it for my homemade beer and wine. Thanks loads for the info.


Super Jiggler:Self Priming Hose

Super Jiggler, you are ready to go, the plane is loaded and full of fuel and then you realize you are to heavy for take off. This could be a hassle but in comes the Super Jiggler Self Priming hose.
This simple yet ingenious tool makes syphon as simple as a couple of shakes with your hand. It is one of those ideas where you go “why did I not think of that”. No more sucking on a hose and swallowing avgas or struggling with a cumbersome hand pump. If your problem is the other way around and you struggle to get fuel from a jerry can into the wing this is the answer.

The Super Jiggler siphons at a nice rate of around 10 lpm, which makes light work out of a jerry can. This syphon hose rolls up in next to nothing and can be stored anywhere in the plane or car.

I love the Super Jiggler and it is great for not only your plane but also your boat, car, bike or even when you go camping.


Fuel transfer on the dock

07-26-2013, 04:01 PM

What's the best method of fuel transfer that you have come up with for docked boats? We don't have a marina on our lake and it stays on the lift all summer so filling it up really becomes an issue for me. 5 gallon cans and a funnel leaves my beach looking like the Exxon Valdez just ran aground and I gave up on that immediately.

I picked up a 15 gallon gas caddy with wheels that came with a siphon pump hose but it still took 15+ minutes to transfer. More recently, I picked up a 1" super jiggler siphon pump and attached it to an 8 foot hose and can now dump 15 gallons in 2 minutes without spilling a drop! In order to get the siphon pump flowing I have to keep a large cinder block on the dock to lay it on since my dock is already up as high as it can go.

I use the same gas caddy, I just removed the handheld pump and stick the siphon pump in the hole that you fill it up with. It's a tight fit trying to get the 1'' pump in the can, but it does work. I had to trim back some of the extra plastic molding around the lip of the gas caddy though and clean out the shavings when they fell in the can. I also had to attach the hose to the pump with zip ties, since a metal clamp sticks out to far to allow you to put the pump in the can.

07-26-2013, 04:09 PM

Yep, the little siphon hose with the check ball and five gallon cans, easy and quick


Dec 13, 2013 - 15 posts -
Also you fellas with gas problems need one of these always fuel around visiting airports if you know where to park


Re: Syphons
« Reply #4 on: June 16, 2013, 01:00:22 pm »
Fair play to the lads who sell petrol siphons, they are very patriotic! (These ones are guaranteed "Not Made In China")

Re: Syphons
« Reply #6 on: June 16, 2013, 01:16:36 pm »
Quote from: delzep on June 16, 2013, 01:06:19 pm

is work safe?

Yes, unless you work in China...


Shredtastic (seth) Join Date: Sep 2002 08-22-2012, 9:09 AM Reply

All hail the super jiggler!! 1" ID shaker, 10 gpm. Ive got one and it is awesome. Plus all your buddies with the smaller ones are so jealous...

Nice. I ordered the 3 pack of the 1" pump to try out.

Old John James (johnboyy7) Join Date: Apr 2011 08-22-2012, 2:29 PM Reply
Quote: add me to this list. works great. takes 65 sec to empty 5 gal. yes i timed it. dont have to hold anything so you can get boat ready while it empties.
Old John James (johnboyy7) Join Date: Apr 2011 08-22-2012, 2:31 PM

not trying to argue but i find that interesting on the 10gpm. it is totally up to having enough vent volumn.
Old TJ (Houstonshark) Join Date: Jan 2011 08-22-2012, 3:42 PM Reply

I've been able to get pretty close to that with my set up. The 1" ID tube makes the difference. When they come in, I'll give you one John...for some surfing lessons!

i read your post. i use a 1.25 hose, OD?, . from what i read on your post i think you are getting that due to you have a bigger vent. its able to replace the displaced liquid much quicker. i bought small snap in vents off the internet for my cans. had to drill a small hole but it really sped up my empty time. anyway, thats ahhsome if you get that fast. thats double mine.

Old Ryan (ryanw209) Join Date: Jan 2010 08-25-2012, 9:41 PM Reply
I picked up a super jiggler to test out also. I'm really curious to see if it can empty 5 gallons in 30 seconds. I currently use the 1.25" hose and siphon method and it takes 35 seconds to empty a can. I added the car vents to all my cans like in the video linked above and now it takes about 29 seconds for 5 gallons with the added air intake. I also like the vents because I can crack them and not have my cans balloon up in the heat.


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Default Siphoning made simple?
I would like to see if anyone knows where I can get a simple siphoning option for when I decide to empty my fuel tanks in preparation to change out my old fuel valve.

Long ago, in a past life I saw a guy at the moto racetrack who was using a hose with a simple check valve on it to get race fuel from a 5 Gal metal can into his race bike.

It was inserted inline on a piece of 3/4 hose. All he had to do was put one end (the proper direction of course) into the can and move the hose up & down a few time to get the flow started.

It was so slick. Now I hope someone here has a tip where I can find one, or any other simple siphoning source.

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That is it exactly. Thanks so much.

I use 5-gal Jerry cans and I use the Super Jiggler to fill my tank.


05-30-2011, 05:14 PM
My buddy has a siphon hose that has a steel ball in it. You shake the hose back and forth (making the steel ball go back and forth) and it sucks up the hose and then siphons.

I have never seen another and would love to get one so....any one have one they wanna sell or know where I can get one?

I already have a crappy c-tire one but i want a better one.
05-30-2011, 05:19 PM
one model called super jiggler and runs $25 if you want to order online

I just plung the hose into the tank, when pushed in thumb on hose to make seal, pull out quickly, release thumb and good to go.
I hate to leave ethanol added fuel sit in tanks for any long periods of time.


If you look on ebay for"super jiggler"(honest) siphon pump,dead simple and cheap.We have one on our 35ft sailboat in which we sailed to South America last year. Decanting deisel from 5 gallon drums into the tank was a doddle even in the big Atlantic swells.


Siphon easily

I saw you draining your generator and thought "you need the Super Jiggler." The 1/2 " is great for most uses. Super easy to use, you just shake and it siphons the liguid. I ended up with several for many uses. Inexpensive and here is the link. We also live in Virginia in Highland County. We,produce most of our food (90%) and live in a passive solar home. Good Luck!
Comment by Patrick — Thu Feb 7 14:01:51 2013


Originally Posted by Master2U View Post
I have the Sta-bill but I can not really comment on how well it last. I just started it 3 months ago. One thing I did notice is that it is a real pain to fill up your car with 5 gallon cans. It takes a lot longer then I thought it would and I feel like the whole neighborhood is watching me do it. So I am looking into getting a transfer pump. Just something to think about before you fill up (12) 5 gallon cans.
I bought two Super Jiggler Siphons and they work great, Will move five gallons in less then five min.


Refueling Problems

I was refueling my l3400 with one of those fuel cans that you do not need a funnel. The spout catches on the rim of the fuel tank, supports the weight of the fuel can and releases the fuel. Well the spout slipped off the rim and I lost control of a full can of fuel and the spout was ripped off and fell into the tank. I could not see it in the tank or feel it with a coat hanger and I did not want to leave it in. I stopped by my kubota dealer and they said I was the fifth one this year and they remove the tank to get them. I took the tank off myself, retrieved the spout and was up and running in about three hours. Anybody have better ways to refuel?

Use a super jiggler It's a self priming siphon


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Dec 8 11 6:42 AM

It is almost impossible for me to fuel up at the fuel dock because of the same problem. So for now I have put off trying to fix it since I bought the boat in 2007. So what I do is use a (or several) 6 gallon jerry can and a device called the jiggler valve and fill from the cans. Never spill a drop that way and never have to wait to get to a busy fuel dock. Down the road, I would like to fix the problem but for now I just jiggle. I bought my valve at It cost $20 and I fill up at a gas station and get I think better fuel at a better price. Also when on a long trip, the jiggler allows me to fuel while underway without spilling any fuel. It takes just a few minutes to empty a jerry can this way. Just saying......


Re: Beer pumps
« Reply #10 on: August 17, 2010, 07:58:18 AM »
I use this:

Just be careful it flows really fast and can aerate, I put a clamp on my hose to slow the transfer down. For me it was a simple/elegant solution. and you can buy it without the hoses. I bought a 3 pack for like $20.


BeerSmith Master Brewer

Looks like quite a handy gizmo!
Thanks, Bob


I have two NATO jerrys on the back of my 40 and I simply leave em there, pop the cap and insert one of these...

YouTube - Super Jiggler Siphon Hose.wmv

The only effort involved is jiggling the valve a couple of times.

By the time the Tanami thingy is all hooked up, I'd have already emptied half of the first jerry can. No pressurisation, no mess, no fuss, quick and easy.

The only downside for blokes without mounted jerrys is that, like all siphon systems, the fuel can needs to be above the fuel filler on the vehicle for it to work.


Try fitting a wider diameter hose to your super siphon. Better flow rate


Jul 23, 11, 03:38 PM
Since you already put new fuel in, I'd probably just run it.

In the future, I would have removed the bad fuel first.

Get one of these if you don't have one. Makes like life easy.

2000 G-Twenty-T
Jul 23, 11, 08:22 PM

hey thats pretty neat!


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Don, the Super-Jiggler Siphon looks neat. Never seen this one before. Thanks!


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 21, 2011 4:31 am

Siphoning fuel would be against forum rules- being illegal and all.
What I got was a dollar store siphon pump, for adding to my water gathering equipment. It has a 1/4" OD hose, rolls up rather small, if you take your time doing so, and has the advantage of being able to be attached to either end of the pump portion, or used alone. The hose is about 6 feet long (2 meters-ish), and is all you'd need for just about ANY type of siphoning- the drawback being the small diameter of the hose, and slow delivery rate because of it. I got it because sometimes, as plentiful as water in my area is, you can't really get to it conveniently. This way, I can weight one end of the hose, drop it into the water, and pump the water up to my level for gathering and treating.
For a weight, I would suggest attaching the hose to a short length of copper 1/4"OD tubing, by heating the 'rubber' hose and forcing the tubing into it. By re-rolling the hose in the opposite direction, any curl to it can be pretty well removed, and the weight should handle what's left to it.

There are "jiggler" types, and tropical fish owners I know have given them positive response:


Don Norwood

Jiggler hose, most of us farmers who were gas thieves in another life...know about the Jiggler hose.... I used this just last week to empty my massive GSA tank to be able to remove the tank.....

But you just put (metal end, has a marble installed) into the tank or container...Jiggle it a few times and away comes the fuel ...

Works very well....


Re: Major East coast storm a brewin' [Re: LesSnyder]

Registered: 01/28/01

Originally Posted By: LesSnyder
in case you need to run your alternator for an extended period of time, or have a family member not able to fill the hot engine from a 6 gal can, a squeeze bulb siphon hose might be your answer...section of 5/16 or 3/8 fuel line, squeeze bulb, 1/4 fuel line to carb and adapter barb

My favorite siphon:

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