@TonyKZ1 it's a double sided feed nozzle at the rear sprocket
@Arne, yeah it greases the chain nicely, minimal to none oil fling on the the rim. It works when the internal metal ball is out of place due to riding. When the bike has slight up and down movement due to road imperfections the ball allows a gap to open and close hence let oil through or not. There is a knob to regulate the oil drip. Got to aim for 1 or 2 drops per minute to minimize oil fling/over lubricating the chain.
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The reason I went for the tutoro is because it's simple and doesn't need much attention. The earthroamers have a nice writeup about it if you google tutoro earthroamers.