It is convenient to lubricate in a vertically oriented state, but since the tube in Euler reaches the bottom, it will not be able to return the oil remaining in the nozzle part to the main body after lubrication, it will hang a little.
Of course, it is necessary for Euler that the inner tube has reached the bottom, of course OK. Pressing the belly part's belly will push out pressure. It is difficult to extrude a certain amount because of flexible belly. It may be fine if you feed with a dozen but when lubricating is little it is two drops of a drop. Why do not you try hard to make your belly general and make it a thinner part so as to enable this one lubrication? You should be able to plan dedicated products as well. In that case, I think that it is also difficult to grasp the movement of oil with a metallic mouth, and I think the diameter of the mouth is also large. It is necessary for the lid to keep confidentiality easily, this is ok without chewing in oddly. Since I saw a neat portion that was slightly different from other Euler, I thought that line-up as a product by purpose is better.
Purchased at the request from the field workers. It seems that there is no problem with ease of use as it is the same as the manufacturer that I used to date. It was 50 yen cheaper than the material store Sun that I had purchased so far!
Euler of the company which I was using about 20 years finally became useless and I bought it. The goods have not changed since long ago. I was surprised because it was exactly the same label (lol) Both durability and ease of use are satisfactory. I will let you use it for a long time.