- Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 3.8 x 8.3 cm ; 4.54 g
- Item model number: 5002
- ASIN: B00004XSH3
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 6 September 2014
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,83,585 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Jokari Fizz-Keeper Pump Cap
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- Jokari Fizz-Keeper soft drink pump cap
- Fizz-Keeper fits all standard 1 liter, 1-1/2 liter and 2 liter plastic soda bottles
- Unique patented design preserves carbonation and keeps soda fresh for weeks
- Intended for use on plastic soda bottles; sturdy all-plastic construction; dishwasher safe
- package included 1pc
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Size:One-Count Product description Nothing is worse than sitting down with your ice cold cola, only to discover that it's flat. Using Jokari's fizz keeper pump, you can re-pressurize your two liter bottles so that they retain their carbonation. Simply press down on the easy to use hand pump, and make sure the seal is tight. With pumping, the soda's elongated life can now last for weeks.1-1/2" diameter x 3-1/2" H Amazon.com Isn't it frustrating when you have to pour out half a bottle of soda because it's gone flat? The Jokari Fizz-Keeper Pump Cap is cleverly designed to re-pressurize soft drinks in plastic bottles and keep them freshly carbonated for weeks. It's easy to use: simply replace the bottle's plastic cap with the Fizz-Keeper and pump to preserve fizz. Plus, the Fizz-Keeper Pump Cap fits all standard 1 liter, 1-1/2 liter and 2 liter bottles. Just think how nice it will be to use an entire bottle of your favorite soft drink without wasting a drop! For over 40 years, Jokari has held a special place in its heart for gadgets; today, they specialize in providing affordable solutions to common problems faced by consumers. From unique kitchen gadgets and household storage and organization solutions to their Healthy Steps kitchen tools designed to help with portion control and healthy eating, Jokari is committed to creating useful and often crazy looking "thingamajigs" that are fun, colorful and easy to use
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I've had a 3-liter version of this li'l pumper capping a big 7Up bottle for well over 2 months now; it's been 2/3-consumed for most of that time. I had a small glass last night and the FIZZ is still there... still stings the back of the throat! Got nearly a decade of experience with these things....
However, there ARE a few tricks to making 'em work successfully:
1. CUT that nasty remnant-band off the bottle on those that come with 2-piece caps. That "ring" left on the shoulder of the bottle-top will prevent the Pumper from screwing-down fully and achieving a GOOD SEAL. I've destroyed 2 of these gizmos over the years by failing to recognize this trick and ended up overtightening 'em to the point of cracking the screw-cap. Talk about a bad seal then!!
So, cut off that offending "washer" and screw-down firmly with the Pumper and it should last forever.
2. LUBRICATE the valve-seal every so often by rinsing it in clean running water WHILE operating the pump; run the water over the top shaft and listen for the "flatulence."
Turn off the water and pump it dry a half-dozen times and you're ready for the next Coke. It's also a good idea to gradually ROTATE the piston inside the cap as you're pumping in this way-- good for the seal... equalizes wear.
3. Once screwed-onto the bottle, DON'T OVERINFLATE it past the stiffness or rigidity of the way you got it out of the icebox-- a good target point to keep from overdoing things. And yes, it's best to refrigerate the bottle of pop at least overnight before opening it and resealing with the li'l pumper-cap. Remember how that freshly chilled bottle FELT before opening the original cap... squeeze its sides a few times like a melon... remember the sensation. Then, never exceed that level of stiffness once you seal and start cranking on the pump-cap.
- Get the drink cold before opening (saves back a lot of carbonation that way);
- Not let the drink inside the bottle actually touch the Jokari cap (so the cap doesn't get contaminated with sticky sugar residue);
- Obviously, store the Jokari'd bottles upright, not on the side;
- pump more as the bottle empties. I find myself pumping up to 50 strokes when near empty, but it's fast and easy.
This doesn't stop drinks from going flat, but it does delay decarbonation long enough to allow me to finish a bottle and still have some fizz toward the end. I figure that's good enough to rate 5 stars.
Add one of these little toys and you have a solution.
I put one of these on a 2 Liter Bottle of Soda. I pumped it up after each time I opened the bottle. (Roughly two to three times a day, with me pouring out a Coffee Cups worth of Soda each time.) At the end of five days the Soda still had Fizz in it.
I used these years ago and loved them. I'm happy to have found them again.