Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
Thermos king food flask 470ml £6 at Sainsbury's (Birchington,Kent)
808° Expired

Thermos king food flask 470ml £6 at Sainsbury's (Birchington,Kent)

£6£19.3969%Sainsbury's Deals
35
Posted 28th JanAvailable: South East (Kent)

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Down from £20. Thermos king food flask. Found in my local Sainsbury's (Birchington,Kent). Hopefully national.


3396969-eqQkP.jpg
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
uglybob88828/01/2020 18:51

And....I can see you in the reflection haha


Lol, look at that determination and effort! Top marks!
And....I can see you in the reflection haha
creamandpeaches28/01/2020 20:04

Great price. Paid full price for mine but worth it - I take soup and food …Great price. Paid full price for mine but worth it - I take soup and food (mainly rice) in mine. Trick is to pour boiling water in it for about 30 secs to a minute to warm it up before putting your food in.


Ruined my ice cream this advice.
mccririck28/01/2020 19:33

What sort of foods do people put in these? I have one but never sure what …What sort of foods do people put in these? I have one but never sure what to take in it.


I stick a packet of noodles in, add hot water, put the lid back on, and leave for a few mins. Hot noodly goodness.
35 Comments
Also in Thatcham Berkshire
And....I can see you in the reflection haha
uglybob88828/01/2020 18:51

And....I can see you in the reflection haha


Lol, look at that determination and effort! Top marks!
What sort of foods do people put in these? I have one but never sure what to take in it.
mccririck28/01/2020 19:33

What sort of foods do people put in these? I have one but never sure what …What sort of foods do people put in these? I have one but never sure what to take in it.


Soup I guess. Or maybe tea. I was gunna get one as these really are around £20 but I just could ever see me using it
uglybob88828/01/2020 19:35

Soup I guess. Or maybe tea. I was gunna get one as these really are around …Soup I guess. Or maybe tea. I was gunna get one as these really are around £20 but I just could ever see me using it


It's a food flask.
mccririck28/01/2020 19:33

What sort of foods do people put in these? I have one but never sure what …What sort of foods do people put in these? I have one but never sure what to take in it.


I stick a packet of noodles in, add hot water, put the lid back on, and leave for a few mins. Hot noodly goodness.
mccririck28/01/2020 19:33

What sort of foods do people put in these? I have one but never sure what …What sort of foods do people put in these? I have one but never sure what to take in it.


Cooked pasta to eat at work. It stays hot.

Disclaimer: I'm against microwaves.
Edited by: "MadeDixonsCry" 28th Jan
uglybob88828/01/2020 19:38

It must be water tight??


Why "must"? It is, but why do you assume it must be?
MadeDixonsCry28/01/2020 19:43

Why "must"? It is, but why do you assume it must be?


Because I would guess as it’s a flask it would be air tight. Therefore I would assume it’s water tight
Great price. Paid full price for mine but worth it - I take soup and food (mainly rice) in mine.

Trick is to pour boiling water in it for about 30 secs to a minute to warm it up before putting your food in.
Magnums and pizza.

*Not recomended at same time
I have one of these, I paid £11 from Amazon and it's well worth the money. I heat a can of soup and pour it in at about 06:00 and by 12:30 when I have lunch it's still nice and hot.
I use mine for soup, make sure and pre-heat with boiling water as mentioned by PP and if you make it at breakfast time it will still be nice and hot at lunchtime. Avoids queueing for the microwave in my work.
Put porridge in mine, has a little spoon built in the lid. Never 20 quid though. Paid 13 for mine from sainos
mccririck28/01/2020 19:33

What sort of foods do people put in these? I have one but never sure what …What sort of foods do people put in these? I have one but never sure what to take in it.


Because of the wide neck, you can use a fork or spoon with them so you can take a nice bit of stew or something such with you if you venture into the wintery wilds - hiking, birding , football match etc.
Lovely and warming!
Kids like pasta in sauce, soups, salads for school in their food flasks
MadeDixonsCry28/01/2020 19:14

Lol, look at that determination and effort! Top marks!


Lol you made me look too.
creamandpeaches28/01/2020 20:04

Great price. Paid full price for mine but worth it - I take soup and food …Great price. Paid full price for mine but worth it - I take soup and food (mainly rice) in mine. Trick is to pour boiling water in it for about 30 secs to a minute to warm it up before putting your food in.


Ruined my ice cream this advice.
Full price in Winchester/Eastleigh/Southampton.
Trying to decide if this would be handy in my zombie apocalypse kit?
Got one for work, great for hot drinks, like a big mug. Unlike the drinks flasks with coffee shop style lids, its easy to clean.
Daves_mate29/01/2020 11:52

Trying to decide if this would be handy in my zombie apocalypse kit?


100%

..and don't forget the spork!
Daves_mate29/01/2020 11:52

Trying to decide if this would be handy in my zombie apocalypse kit?


You mean 'coronavirus'
I want to order 2 of these.
Can I order 2 of these
Not in Fallowfield, Manchester
Full price Grantham
MadeDixonsCry28/01/2020 19:14

Lol, look at that determination and effort! Top marks!


Haha, good spot! HotUKDeals is serious business :-)
Interesting, this version is Hot-9h/Cold-14h whereas the new version of this product (same size) is only Hot-7h/Cold-9h. Another reason to grab one of these.
4awais30/01/2020 09:53

Not in Fallowfield, Manchester


Showing 3 in stock in Manchester sedgley local dont know how far this is to you
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text