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Nice Siphon type..so you just put your mouth on the other end. Neat.
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I would not use this. I stopped reading reviews when I saw someone tried to use it, and the rubber broke off the tip and got stuck "INSIDE" the toilet and they had to call a plumber. It was the very first use by the reviewer. Yikes!!! EEK!
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I would not use this. I stopped reading reviews when I saw someone tried to use it, and the rubber broke off the tip and got stuck "INSIDE" the toilet and they had to call a plumber. It was the very first use by the reviewer. Yikes!!! EEK!
I read that too, but if you're pushing that far in, you're using it wrong.
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This looks like quite the.. phallic tool..
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Weird looking plunger, but it got good reviews. Might have to give it a try.
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i threw up in my mouth a little when i saw the words siphon and toilet
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I wouldn't want to deal with this thing after it's been jammed into whatever was clogging the toilet. I've managed just fine using $5 hardware store plungers.
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butt plug is disguise
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I have never used this but the thought of it breaking off scares me. I think a "bee hive" plunger at the Home Depot for a couple bucks more is a safer bet and has never failed me.
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My youngest (3 years old) uses too much TP these days and I've had to break out my plunger a lot recently. It's a traditional one that I picked up from somewhere local. My Kohler toilets have a weird shape that won't allow the plunger to seal properly. I think these are to help be more universal with the various toilet molds they've been making in recent years.

I would totally fork over $10, but it's not worth it to me. I almost ordered one, but I've gotten by with the 3+ clogs in the past few months. I'm sure we won't see more than 1-2 year from here out.
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buy a stronger toilet that flushes with more intensity. i find clogs these days are because some (older) toilets just flush so weak.
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Yuck, this design does not look very nice, and is attempting to solve a problem that doesn't exist. Use a regular toilet plunger. Was this upvoted by spam accounts?
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I read that too, but if you're pushing that far in, you're using it wrong.
So you are saying just the tip?? I prefer to go all in really. To each their own I guess.
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I read that too, but if you're pushing that far in, you're using it wrong.
that's what she said ...
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