DetailsA Racking Cane Holder ensures that your racking cane stays put for effective siphoning so you can keep your hands free for other things. Clips onto side of plastic fermenters or onto the neck of any size carboy. This holder works with 3/8" racking canes.
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4.5 / 5.021 ReviewsA third HandEver wish you had a third hand? _x000D_Well here it is . I use this when vacuum racking my wine. I have plenty of hose so I have never really "tugged" on it and tested the holding power so I can't confirm how good the grip really is.August 23, 2014Helps outI've not encountered any problems with this clip. I've used it many times and it helps me out. Just don't bump the cane or accidentally tug the hose attached to the racking cane._x000D_March 18, 2014Helps me out a lotIt helps hold the cane at the right height so it doesn't slide into the trub layer._x000D_February 13, 2014Helps hold the cane out of the trubPrevents the cane from slipping into the trub, and does a pretty good job of holding it in place.January 15, 2014Works okHolds onto the racking cane fine but could be a little stronger. But, for a small piece of colored, inexpensive plastic, it does the job.December 13, 2013helps outIt doe help to secure the racking cane though it could be stronger because the weight of the beer in the tubing pulls the cane off center.November 26, 2013ok for bucketsIf you ferment in a bucket it helps but it doesn't work all that well because the tubing can pull it to the side and it slips off.October 19, 2013Helps hold it in placeIt can still be pulled to the side and then fall off the bucket if the tubing is off center. But overall it helps out.September 26, 2013Not that effectiveI have a longer can and when I rack I do it from the top and work my way down. The weight of the tubing (filled with beer) pulls it to one side. I have to hold it with one hand, else it gets pulled to the side and falls off. It would need a strong spring.August 19, 2013worksI have never had any problems with this clip. It stays in place as long as you don't bump the cane or accidentally tug the hose attached to the cane. I would buy this item again if my current one was lost or brokenJuly 31, 2013
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