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December 5, 2005

Collapsible Funnel


Designed by Boje Estermann and made in Denmark.

Made of Santoprene, a durable and flexible plastic that can withstand extreme temperatures.


Microwave and dishwasher safe.

Though why you'd want to put a funnel in your microwave is not at all obvious to me.

6" diameter; extends to 6.5".

$28 here.

But perhaps mademoiselle would prefer something in a collapsing funnel with a bit more bling?

No problema.

Consider the flashing orange Pack–A–Cone™


for your next roadside emergency.

"43% of all vehicle accidents occur between the low–light hours of 6 p.m. and 6 a.m."

This nifty device has a built–in flasher with an On/Off switch so people can see it clearly in the dark and even in fog.

It collapses down to a thickness of 2"


from its open height of 16".

Made of nylon and polyester with a polyethylene base.

Uses two AAA batteries (included).

Measures 9.5" x 9.5" x 2" when folded.

Weighs 3 lbs.


$24.85 here.

It occurs to me that the Pack–A–Cone™ might serve nicely as a funnel in a pinch though the issue of flow control might be something to consider before using it for this purpose.

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I'm guessing the Pack-a-Cone description supplied the "43% of roadside emergencies happen between the low-light hours of 6pm and 6am." If so, i find it rather humorous that they would include such a statistic. Unless one is impressed by numbers alone, that statistic says that 57% of roadside emergencies happen during 6am and 6pm, which is the majority of emergencies, which means the majority of the time, one will not have to use the pack-a-cone during low light hours.

Posted by: Josh | Dec 6, 2005 1:04:58 AM

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