Video: Can SureCan Survive Torture Test With Pro Angler Danny DeVries?


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We recently fielded a few questions about the SureCan that we felt simply needed to be addressed in a larger article. Many balked at the asking price of the SureCan claiming they could pickup a traditional 5-gallon jerry can for half the price. And yes, while that is true, you’re also going to clash with the same dumb crap that comes with a traditional 5-gallon jerry can like poor or irregular flow (what many call “burping”), having to heave up and tilt ever-so-carefully as not to spill, and y’know, being as durable as a silk tie.

Where old school cans fail, the SureCan excels and while we’ve demonstrated our pleasure with this amazing invention (earning the “Most Innovative New Product” Award 2014 by The National Hardware Show, “Retailers Choice” Award Winner 2016, Edison Awards Silver Winner 2016, Lawn & Garden/Outdoor Living “Best In Show” Award Winner 2016 and featured on DIY Network’s “I Want That” show), we wanted to share yet another video displaying the SureCan’s almost inexplicable durability. In a video published earlier last year, Pro Angler Danny DeVries (and with some buddies) tortured the SureCan to see what it’s made of! To their surprise it passed every test…well, except for being blown up.

The SureCan was designed for simplicity, durability and ease-of-use in mind. It’s swivel-mounted spout at the bottom points directly into your ski’s filler neck, the trigger controls the flow of fuel. Moreover, the SureCan is 100-percent American made and can be purchased for 2.5- and 5-gallon sizes, and also is available for Diesel and kerosene applications.

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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