Turbo Pump is a device which allows you to quickly and easily transfer liquid from one container into another. This may include water, oil, gasoline, and the majority of other liquids. It has a long tube which transfers the liquid while ensuring that nothing spills and is wasted. There is 'Turbo Syphon Technology' which makes sure that the transfer is done at lightning speed. The manufacturer claims that the device can transfer a gallon of liquid in 20 seconds.
The cost of Turbo Pump is $29.99 and the shipping is FREE!
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The device does the job it's meant to do which is to transfer liquids from one device to another. According to reviews, the Turbo Pump really can transfer a number of different liquids including water, oil, wiper fluid, and others. This is very useful since when you do the transfer by lifting and pouring, liquid tends to spill and get lost.
Turbo Syphon Technology is what ensures that the liquid will pump as quickly as possible. The manufacturer claims that the device can transfer a gallon of liquid in 20 seconds. Obviously, this is far safer and more efficient than syphoning yourself!
When you're transferring liquid, you can engage the hands-free clip so you don't have to do the pumping manually. The device will automatically transfer the liquid rapidly.
According to the manufacturer, the device is capable of pumping every last drop of water in the container, so none goes to waste. This is true of any type of liquid you want to transfer.
The auto-stop sensor is supposed to detect when you're getting close to filling up the container, and beep to let you know to stop the transfer. This feature could also help to prevent the container from spilling over and wasting liquid.
The device runs on 2 AA batteries, and they are not included when you make your purchase. You have to buy them separately.
The basic purpose of Turbo Pump is to quickly and easily transfer liquid from one container to another. This is an extremely useful and versatile purpose. You can employ it to fill gasoline tanks, drain the pool or the hot tub, empty the fish tank, and dozens of other purposes.
The device is very lightweight, meaning it's easy to carry and to bring along on a driving trip. It's very portable for this reason, which adds to its usefulness.
The manufacturer makes claims about how fast the device can drain fluid. Several customers have tested out this proposition, and the speed isn't as great as they purport. However, the device still does drain really quickly. This certainly makes it extremely useful.
The Turbo Pump is the ideal device for winterizing. You can quickly and easily drain the gasoline from all your winter vehicles, such as your snowmobile, or mowers. Tasks which were previously awkward and a hassle become fast and easy with Turbo Pump.
Turbo Pump is light and doesn't take up a lot of room, so it's really easy to store when you don't need it. You can leave it in the garage, shed, or any other place you store tools and other equipment.
This device is perfect for people who have difficulty lifting heavy things, such as elderly people or individuals with certain disabilities. It allows them to take care of tasks that they previously would have had to seek out help to accomplish, providing greater independence.
There is a limited time offer available. If you buy one Turbo Pump, you get a second one almost for free. You only have to pay the shipping and handling fees for the second item. In addition, the shipping for the first device is free. This offer makes an already reasonably priced item downright cheap!
The auto-stop sensor sounded like such a great feature but some customers who did online video reviews showed that the feature doesn't really work. It may well be that there are a few faulty devices out there, but it doesn't look promising.
Again, the manufacturer promises that Turbo Pump transfers every last drop of the liquid, but according to video demos this is not the case. The intake tube is in fact too long to get to the lowest point, which would enable every drop of liquid to transfer.
It's not important and it has no bearing on how effective the device is, but it's such an ugly, garish color and it's hard to understand why it was used. They would have been better off with something neutral, like gray. The best option would be clear so that you can see how much liquid remains as it is draining.
This is also a small point, but sometimes small things are important. The device requires 2 double A batteries, and the initial set is not included. Companies often do include the initial set of batteries.
Despite the manufacturer's promise, customer demos again show that this product does not drain as fast as the claim, - a gallon in 20 seconds. That doesn't mean that the device isn't very useful for draining fluids, or that it doesn't drain quickly. It absolutely does, just not as fast as promised. The company would have been much better off being honest, rather than lie about the benefits of something that is actually good enough already.
Turbo Pump doesn't exactly meet all of the promises made by the manufacturer, but that doesn't mean it's not a useful device. In fact, it's extremely useful and has numerous purposes around the house and elsewhere. These include emptying the pool, transferring gasoline in and out of vehicles, and many others. It doesn't drain as fast as the manufacturer has stated, but it does drain liquid very fast and that makes it extremely helpful. The product doesn't drain every drop of liquid as promised, but it does a decent job. So yes, this device really does work, just not as efficiently as the company said it would.
Given that this is an excellent product that is widely useful to numerous people, it's not clear why the manufacturer chose to exaggerate the benefits of Turbo Pump. They would have been better off to win the customer's trust by being honest about the actual benefits of the device.
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It is Junk only work wright 3 times then quiet it is Junk remember if it sound to good to be true then don't wast your money.
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