Esbit Vacuum Flask

Manufacturer's Description

Esbit Vacuum Flasks are a convenient way to enjoy a hot meal or beverage in the field, at the office, or on the move. The vacuum-sealed flask preserves heat for hours and the wide opening makes serving easy. Tests show that a flask filled with 208 degree F water in a 68 degree F environment will have temperature greater than 165 degrees F after 6 hours and greater than 140 degrees F after 12 hours. When you're ready to drink your hot coffee, hot tea, or soup, the outer lids serve as cups and you have a choice to use the screw plug with or without the push button for pouring function.

Visit Esbit's Vacuum Flask page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Stainless steel double wall insulated. Silver coated lining for better heat preservation. Lightweight and compact. Two drinking mugs with push button and standard closures.

- Mountains Plus

At the campground or tailgating before the big game, this robust stainless-steel bottle keeps your favorite beverage hot or cold for up to 24 hours.


CLOSEOUTS . Perfect for toasty beverages on the trail, at the campsite or in the office break room, the Esbit vacuum flask is made of high-quality stainless steel with a silver-coated inner body for excellent heat preservation. High-quality, double-walled stainless steel construction Silver-coated inner body for extra heat preservation Includes two drinking mugs and two screw plugs Height: 8-3_4" Diameter: 3-1_2" Capacity: 25.36 oz. (0.75L) Weight: 1 lb. 1 oz. Material: Stainless steel and composite Made in China Available Colors: BLACK.

- Sierra Trading Post

Esbit Vacuum Flask

previously retailed for:
$10.73 - $29.99

The Esbit Vacuum Flask is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 30, 2016 at REI.

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