"I'm mainly using mine on the Flairco practice bottles. And they can take a lot of punishment. From me and a few of my beginner mates. They have easily survived many drops from about five foot onto solid concrete. They also make great value for money spouts if you intend to use them for that. They have a good flow but aren't as consistent as some of the higher priced ones but for what you get these are definitely worth it."
David - Crawley West Sussex, 6th July '15
"Well this product is very nice - good quality - easy to put into bottle and easy to pour and handle - as well as easy to clean. :)"
Tan Son Nguyen - Leeds, 1st April '14
"Excellent and pours at a nice speed. Haven't found a bottle of spirit or mixer it doesn't fit on so far!"
Alan Gow - Leyland, Lancashire, 3rd June '09
"Very useful little pourers."
Ms L Chester - Middlesex, 2nd March '09
"Dispatched really quick, got nothing bad to say about. The product itself is great for taking them on the go with your essential kit to friend's party etc.."
JayL - London, 10th January '09
"Not the best of pourers but good to practice flaring with. They pour really easily which can be a problem if your not very good and you end up covered in booze! (or water if your practicing) Made from soft plastic so they do bounce off the floor but do split if then land straight on. Definetly good for practice but probably not good for the real thing.
Drinkstuff says: Thank you for your order and review Daniel, as you have mentioned the pourers are great for practicing with a Flair bottle but not for actual pouring use, well this is their intended function! For many flairer's just a Flair bottle is not enough, filling them with water and using these spare pourer's means you can practice your tricks exactly as a normal alcohol spirit bottle would feel like, complete with a pour at the end of your practice trick. As such the pourer's have to made from rubber so they don't break, but this does mean they lose their suitability as a normal pourer for normal bar use."
Daniel - Soth Yorkshire, 8th July '08