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Message posted by Ratty24/5/2013 at 8:40pm
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50 fizibiz Cliqloc Fizzy Drink Can Lid
Fed up of wasting half a can of drink as it has gone flat, well check out this fantastic gadget. The fizibiz Cliqloc keeps opened drinks cans fresh, safe, and fizzy, perfect for camping trips and at home.

Have you seen these?
Have you got them?
Have you tried them?

Why not let us know what you think.

Cheers  Ratty



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No never seen one but I am not a big fizzy drink drinker. I am the ideal owner of this sort of thing because I would never drink a whole can in one go. I have also seen cans gain little buzzy friends so anything that stops that is a great idea. Will follow the link.

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Message posted by FionaW197124/5/2013 at 10:00pm
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Interesting but who sells them?

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Click the link then another link within it.

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Yup got that but unless I'm seriously missing something you cannot buy from that website and their 'eBay' page takes you to an auction ended page of an obscure seller with a feedback of 6

Message posted by kimmie25/5/2013 at 12:41am
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Nothing new. We had some can sealers when the kidz were little cos they never drank a whole can.   Worked really well. Think i got them from lakeland kitchen place.

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Hmmm, yes, it does Fiona, how odd.

Kimmie we did too, I remember they had a rubber seal that went into the hole and the plastic outer clipped to the rim.

These are expensive, seem to be a fiver each including p and p?

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Ones we had were little triangles of plastic with a rubber seal. Just sat over the hole of the can and a liittle lever turned a tab that held it in the hole.

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Message posted by clunty25/5/2013 at 10:31am
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Don't know how good the product is but the name makes a good tongue twister!

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We have had a couple of different designs, and the Snap Capp ones are what we have now and really good they have a screw top so they look like a bottle top. The fizibiz look to be a good design too and colourful too.

They are handy when camping as I tend to knock things over when they are on the floor next to me or someone does.

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For those of you trying to find the buy link, the seller has readded it now

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Message posted by FionaW197125/5/2013 at 3:30pm
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Yay got one, was going to get two but then realised hubby never leaves beer in a can, but will stop future spills and wastage with my daughter hopefully!

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Can't find them for sale anywhere!

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Quote: Originally posted by FionaW1971 on 25/5/2013
Yay got one, was going to get two but then realised hubby never leaves beer in a can, but will stop future spills and wastage with my daughter hopefully!



Fiona, your daughter should be severely chastised for spilling and wasting beer.

Outrageous behaviour! 🍺🍺

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Message posted by Bob6129/7/2017 at 12:27pm
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Quote: Originally posted by kimmie on 25/5/2013
Ones we had were little triangles of plastic with a rubber seal. Just sat over the hole of the can and a liittle lever turned a tab that held it in the hole.



I remember those and they were used on cans which were opened with a can opener (aka church key) which made a triangular hole. When ring pulls came into being they didn't fit and I don't recall seeing anything else that did.

I generally buy bottled beer so I can drink half and save the other half using a wine bottle stopper (probably doesn't get saved long).

These seem to solve the problem of having to drink a whole can or throw it away when it gets flat. Clingfilm over the top of a can helps but does not make it leak proof.



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