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Review: SKK - Squee-Kee-Kleen

10
March
2014
  Posted at 06:00:00 PM
  File under  Product Review
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France

Last year I told you about the crowd-funding project called SKK, the Squee-Kee-Kleen Open Squee-Kee-Kleen link in a new window squeegee project (Link Open link in a new window). The SKK is a small portable squeegee that you can easily carry with you on your motorcycle. It fits in the palm of your hand, and takes any window cleaner fluid inside its canister.

Anyway, I liked the idea so I bought two. Not expensive, costing between US$16 and US$20 (depending on color and time frame you bought it, the two squeegees cost me a total of US$22) it should prove to be a handy piece of equipment to take with me.

Squee Kee Kleen

Squee Kee Kleen
They finally arrived, one on black, the other green (the black one is for my black Honda Gold Wing, the green one for my green Zero DS). You fill the small canister with window cleaning fluid, a very simple task.

The SKK feels good in my hand, just wide enough to hold properly. The material looks to be a lasting one. There is a positioning groove on the top of the fluid canister that guides the canister and nozzle correctly into the squeegee.

On the top is a button which when you press, sprays the liquid out of a nozzle in the front. First time I did it my fingers were blocking the nozzle, so you'll want to pay attention to where you fingers are.

Below you'll see a quick video I made of the SKK used on a windshield, mirrors and helmet (outside and inside view). I'm no Steven Spielberg, so don't expect a great video, but it does show you how the product is used.

Wind Shield
The big Gold Wing wind shield was kind-of big to do with the SKK since there is a lot of surface to clean with a small hand-held squeegee, but if you've got some spots on it during your motorcycle trip, it will be very helpful.

Mirrors
Cleaning the mirrors was great. Mirrors are tough to clean since normal tools are way to wide, while the SKK fits perfectly, so a great way of making sure you've got 100% visibility.

Helmets
I always clean my helmet, often several times during trips. Bugs and dirt put spots of the visor, and that distracts me. The SKK was wonderful for cleaning helmets. Its slight curve makes it very easy to clean the whole surface. My Schuberth C3 has an enormous visor, but cleaning it took a minute. You can also clean it very easy with the helmet on, meaning with a bit of training I could even do it while riding.

So all-in-all a great product that makes life a little bit easier when on the road.

NOTE: If you want to become a reseller, they are looking for dealers.

You can get more info on the SKK Squee-Kee-Kleen product by clicking here Open You can get more info on the SKK Squee-Kee-Kleen product by clicking here link in a new window.

Here is the video:







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