Tried opening a can and found that when twisting the "turner" nothing happens except the cutting bits unscrew themselves and fall out in a pile - a sprocket 2 washers and another bit.
Didn't even touch the can.
I am an engineer and basically one side is held in place with a big Philips screw, the other with a screwed on washer that has no retaining nut, so you start screwing and it just unscrews itself and falls to pieces.
This is why others have the mechanism riveted or welded into place. You're applying a turning force, so a screw or threaded washer that is also applied with a turning force will simply… Read more
I bought this booklet because I thought it would contain a brief summary of the relevant information, but boy-oh-boy was I wrong.
It should be retitled "how to make money for nothing" because that is in essence exactly what you get.
To give you an idea of what I mean, let me just say that there are 45 pages, & counting the words between pages 22 & 32 (so TEN pages) yielded a total of 61 words, including the titles, but excluding the page numbers!!!
Thats 6.1 words per page.
At 45 pages you won't be surprised that it doesn't reveal much information to you, in fact you get nothing from this "booklet" except a deep regret that you bothered parting… Read more