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Discussion in 'Other Every Day Carry Items' started by Chuck Norris Light, Aug 25, 2012.
Oh man, that's cool! An old flask with some character beats a new one any day
I've been looking for one for a while that is tall and slim to fit just right in a pocket of my EDC bag. I'm definitely getting hipflask envy looking at these though. When I get mine it will be filled with Laphroig Scottish Whiskey.
Fixed that for ya!
my favorite, great choice
Breakfast of champions. Don Julio Anejo Tequila.
I like squirrels.
6 oz, Stainless; when in use, loaded with Whipper Snapper whiskey from the fine city of Sheridan, Oregon.
About how long does it take for steel flasks to affect the taste?
Squirrels are indeed awesome.
Depends on the booze and your taste buds.
I wont put anything that cost more than $30/bottle in mine.
I have also rarely ever polished of my 9oz flask in one night.
I've put decent stuff in mine and it's been okay, but I've always used it within 48 hours because I worry about it going funny. I just wondered if it'd last longer than that, like maybe a week or a couple of weeks...
just a cheap stainless flask with a bit of decoration, usually filled with tequila.
Keeping it in a flask for longer than couple of days = alcohol abuse
draaank that stuffz
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I have been wanting a Snow Peak titanium flask ever since I saw one on backcountry.com. I need something amazing to put my Macallan 18 in
Does anyone have any experience with this flask? I would like to know if it really is worth 125 bucks. I want one, but for that amount of money I can add a pretty nice Benchmade to my collection.
To those who still want one I seem to have found the same flask as mine(or really close)
I have one from the first era, before they were engraved. Most of the ink has rubbed off of the front, there are dings and scratches from a myriad of (mis)adventures. I've carried it to parties, up mountains, and on boats. It has readily carried a broad array of spirits, from homemade shine to high caliber scotch.
In short, it is one of my favorite possessions. I cannot recommend it enough.
Thanks for the recommendation! Unfortunately, now I want one more than ever. I guess this will be my next Christmas present to myself
Yesssssss. That stuff is nectar of the gods.
Not mine but I always fancied one of these
I have great confidence that I will get one of these for Christmas. Not the smallest or best looking flask, but nonetheless it will serve the intended purpose.
Thinking of swapping over to all stainless for winter, although the silicone cups pack so much smaller and lighter. Blue one's for my dog's bowl... without the spirits of course ;-).