Maxam KTFLK128 Enormous Novelty Stainless Steel Flask 128 oz/1 gallon
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- Your friends and guests will be amazed by the size and capacity of the Maxam Enormous 1 Gallon Stainless Steel Flask
- Show it off or share your spirits-either way, the party's on!,
- Flask features screw-down cap and brushed finish on sides with polished finish on top and bottom
- One gallon capacity. Measures 8-1/8" x 15" x 2-1/8"
- Limited lifetime warranty
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Your friends and guests will be amazed by the size and capacity of the Maxam Enormous 1 Gallon Stainless Steel Flask. Show it off or share your spirits-either way, the party's on! Flask features screw-down cap and brushed finish on sides with polished finish on top and bottom. One gallon capacity. Measures 8-1/8" x 15" x 2-1/8". Limited lifetime warranty. White box.
Top Customer Reviews
For my purposes, a 12 oz flask was both more comedic and more efficient for putting water into. Again, I cannot speak to putting liquors in it, but it's a stainless steel bottle -- how much flavor could the walls really retain?
This new flask is by comparison:
** slightly thinner, slightly narrower, and less than twice as tall: actual measured capacity is 10.5 oz. (body outside: 0.875" x 3.67" x 6.5" versus 0.938" x 3.83" x 3.75"; overall height: 7" versus 4.38")
** light gauge brushed stainless - very light, very thin, cheap-feeling.
** small opening - so small that pouring liquids into or out of the flask is very difficult. My special flask funnel won't fit! (inside diameter: 0.375" versus 0.46")
** loose-fitting cap - threads are sloppy-fit; works ok, but cheezy. Cap appears to be chromed brass.
** plastic swing-arm - chromed-plastic arm. But now that I really look at it, so was the old one! (UPDATE - the plastic swingarm on my old one pivots on a pressed-in steel hinge pin, as you'd expect. This one pivots instead on two little bumps in the plastic, sort of snapped over the stainless fixed part of the hinge. Within a week, the plastic bumps broke off, so cap is no longer captive..)
** short swing-arm - because arm is short, cap doesn't align well with threads when starting; I heated the arm with a heat-gun and bent it slightly, and it's better, but a longer arm would have been better yet. (arm center-to-center length: 1" versus 1.3")
** foam gasket - gasket is closed-cell foam, like lots of jar lids are now; but the old one is too, and seems to be holding up.
Bottom line: I will use it until I order an replacement. It's not really nice, and the small opening is a deal-breaker.
Recommendation: Pay a little more. Look at the sales pictures for the longer swing-arm, and a large cap.
One 1500mL handle of liquor is exactly 50 ounces. This holds 64 ounces, so obviously it can hold the entire handle with room to spare.
Loosen your belt by one hole and stick this little guy down the back of your pants (or the front). Your suit jacket should hide it enough to get by. If anyone asks what it is, tell them it's a back brace from a recent skiing accident, then sarcastically thank them for not bringing up bad memories. They should leave you alone after that.
If anyone sees it, just tell them its a canteen and that you need to stay hydrated. When they ask why do you dont just drink out of a plastic water bottle, tell them that your best friend died of BPA poisoning, and you swore to him on his deathbed that you would not suffer the same fate. Moreover, you can turn around and blast them for being such leeches on the resources provided by this planet. You now have the moral high-ground since your carbon footprint is a bit smaller than theirs.
Drink the entire contents of this flask in one sitting. Don't be a [slang term for a kitten].