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Chain oilier-wind operated

Anyone have any experience of these, or anything similar?

If it's as good as described, seems a cheap enough time saving application?

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Re: Chain oilier-wind operated

Ive never heard of them, but even though it seems like a good idea, my guess is it either doesn't work, or it does work and makes a f*ckin' mess.

Complete lack of actual pictures or footage on the website don't help to instil much confidence either.
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Re: Chain oilier-wind operated

I dont buy it. Seems too good to be true. I imagine dirt build up clogging or worse the lube runs all over the place.

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Re: Chain oilier-wind operated

Just get a scottoiler, vacuum operated, and setup correctly are brilliant IMO.
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Re: Chain oilier-wind operated

After poo-pooing it and everything, I'd still be curious to see if it works... who knows, it might be brilliant!
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Re: Chain oilier-wind operated

Thought about making one myself... How about that? Seems simple...
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