ThinkGeek Captain Jules Everlasting Steampunk Flask
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- Copper-clad Steampunk flask in leather holster
- Holds your "tonic" while you're flying the airship
- Materials: Stainless steel with copper cladding, full-grain leather, Holds up to 7 oz
- A ThinkGeek creation and exclusive
- Leather holster with 2 3/4" belt loop
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We respectfully call your attention to our well-known Steampunk Flask from Captain Jules. Suitable for drinking in every position. Holds more medicinal tonic and lasts longer than a disposable drinking vessel. The flask is fast becoming a household necessity. Their uses and advantages are manifold. Everyone needs one either in the house or in travelling, in sport, motoring, &c. Use of the Steampunk Flask protects Clothing and Table Linen from expensive laundering. New screw-on topper (as seen at London health exhibition, 1884) ensues no loss of parts. It has no equal for all drinking purposes. Leather holster with 2 3/4" belt loop Capacity: 7 oz. Materials: Stainless steel with copper cladding, full-grain leather Dimensions: 4" wide x 5 1/4" tall x 1" thick Weight: 8 oz.
Top Customer Reviews
No the dial doesn't work. Who knows what it is supposed to be showing anyway? The pointer is fitted loosely to its pivot so it will show different "readings" from time to time, none meaningful in any way, shape of form.
Yes the snap opens to liberate the flask from the holster.
Yes the holster is quite flimsy. It is made of very thin material, with the rivet ends covered with "leather" discs so as to keep all rivets out of contact with the flask itself. The holster is a cheap costume prop and should be treated as such. If you want more sturdiness, you could always get a leathersmith to make a more hard-wearing holster to the same pattern. But make sure he or she lines the holster or you will scratch up the flask on the rivetwork when you insert or remove it, and the copper finish is likely a chemical treatment only a few millionths of an inch thick.
The flask itself? It seems okay, but if I was handed it and it didn't have "stainless steel" stamped into the base I would have identified it as anodized aluminum. Nothing wrong with aluminum, and I may be wrong about my identification, but I have learned to distrust the words "stainless steel" on just about anything this inexpensive.
Yes, it is made in China. Isn't everything these days?
I haven't filled the flask yet. If it leaks when I do I'll come back, whine and dock stars.
[EDIT 7/18/16] The flask has been doing duty as a flask for a week or so with no leaks. Haven't been porting it around, just leaving it on a bedside table for a nightcap now and again. [/EDIT]
[EDIT 2/8/17] Feeling very low last night I dug out the flask from the jacket pocket I had been carrying it around in, and the glass fell out of the dial into my lap. The pointer? Lost forever wherever it fell. Now I have to make another somehow. And it's not like this flask gets used a lot or treated roughly. Most of its life it has sat on a bedside table.[/EDIT]
The only negative and its not worth reducing a star over is the lack of a funnel. It's a shame that such a quality piece didn't come with a matching funnel to fill it with whatever wondrous liquids one may find themselves drinking.