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Thermos ThermoCafé Stainless Steel Flask, Hammertone Grey, 500 ml £6.00 @ Amazon Prime (£4.49 non Prime)
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Thermos ThermoCafé Stainless Steel Flask, Hammertone Grey, 500 ml £6.00 @ Amazon Prime (£4.49 non Prime)

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Posted 11th Jan

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Great find and great product , unbelievable how long it keeps things hot.
Says 1 to 2 month delivery, but still ordered great price. Hopefully will come sooner.
Bought one too. Might as well
Bought 2, thanks, heat added
It's very good item. Bought it when it was for £10, as I needed it urgently.

I have seen it in Asda in blue colour at same price, if anyone is close by and do not want to wait.
Too many bad reviews, seems to be a low quality product trading off an old brand name.
I brought one when I did Royal Mail casual work, it’s not bad but you need to preheat it with hot water before pouring your tea/coffee.
Nesima11/01/2020 09:37

Too many bad reviews, seems to be a low quality product trading off an old …Too many bad reviews, seems to be a low quality product trading off an old brand name.


We’ve had one for over two years now. As long as you put boiling water in to pre-heat it before you fill it for the day, it stays really hot. Not had any quality issues either.
Thermo cafe is the cheaper range, it only keeps water hot enough for tea for about 5 hours, you need one with glass internals, keeps it warm for nearly 24 hours!
Great flask! Use mine daily and keeps contents hot for hours. Like others have mentioned - always preheat with boiling water as that makes the difference. Heat. Literally.
Edited by: "m120firestormer" 11th Jan
For those who like things in real money, 1 pint equals 568ml. So this flask holds less than a pint.
Still a good price, thanks OP.
This is a steel
tom2kadd111/01/2020 10:36

Thermo cafe is the cheaper range, it only keeps water hot enough for tea …Thermo cafe is the cheaper range, it only keeps water hot enough for tea for about 5 hours, you need one with glass internals, keeps it warm for nearly 24 hours!


why would you need to keep only 500ml hot for 24hrs?
H0TDEALER11/01/2020 14:05

There he is!


Here I am. Better stop before I land in Hot Water...
callmeleroy11/01/2020 14:07

Here I am. Better stop before I land in Hot Water...


H0TCOMMENTER!
Edited by: "H0TDEALER" 11th Jan
tom2kadd111/01/2020 10:36

Thermo cafe is the cheaper range, it only keeps water hot enough for tea …Thermo cafe is the cheaper range, it only keeps water hot enough for tea for about 5 hours, you need one with glass internals, keeps it warm for nearly 24 hours!


Glass is a poor choice for a flask as it breaks. Good quality stainless steel flasks keep the water hotter for longer.
I've had this one for over 15 years and the water is still to hot to touch after 3 days in the flask.
thermosonline.co.uk/sto…308
It cost a bit more but well worth it. Get one ifyou need a tough flask that still makes a hot cuppa after being outside for 10 hours on a cold winters day. Clas ohlson had them for £20 last year but think they stopped selling them.
toonarmani11/01/2020 14:06

why would you need to keep only 500ml hot for 24hrs?


You don’t need too, but 5 hours is no good if you have to fill it in the morning and it’s for the afternoon or the way home.
thebiophysicist11/01/2020 16:36

Glass is a poor choice for a flask as it breaks. Good quality stainless …Glass is a poor choice for a flask as it breaks. Good quality stainless steel flasks keep the water hotter for longer.I've had this one for over 15 years and the water is still to hot to touch after 3 days in the flask. https://www.thermosonline.co.uk/store/Thermos-Work-Series-Flask-1-2L-Hammertone-Blue/sp_308It cost a bit more but well worth it. Get one ifyou need a tough flask that still makes a hot cuppa after being outside for 10 hours on a cold winters day. Clas ohlson had them for £20 last year but think they stopped selling them.



It depends how well you look after stuff. I have broken glass ones in the past but I have had this one for over a year and I work outdoors all day. When I pour it out to refill the next day, the remaining water is still boiling. I have this one.

Thermos Mondial Flask, 1.8 L - Black/Green/Blue amazon.co.uk/dp/…QQX

I had tried various others and none compare, granted I haven’t tried the one you linked but it’s 3 times the price.
Thanks OP
Got 1 couple of days ago
Was tempted but if it takes two months to arrive.
bbleo21118011/01/2020 09:15

It's very good item. Bought it when it was for £10, as I needed it …It's very good item. Bought it when it was for £10, as I needed it urgently. I have seen it in Asda in blue colour at same price, if anyone is close by and do not want to wait.


Can confirm I also saw these in Asda last week. The 1L version was also reduced to £9
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Proveright11/01/2020 12:18

For those who like things in real money, 1 pint equals 568ml. So this …For those who like things in real money, 1 pint equals 568ml. So this flask holds less than a pint. Still a good price, thanks OP.


Literally no-one cares, metric has been taught at school since the 1970s. Kids nowadays thankfully don't even learn imperial units because they are useless.

The whole "I can't possibly visualise 500ml, please convert it into pints for me" is very tedious. Especially when mugs are 250ml, and you don't drink tea out of pint glasses.
Edited by: "deleted249798" 12th Jan
Excellent just ordered thanks.
Tipsy Nurse. When I drive around the hospital looking for a parking space, or past a school I go up to 20 mph, in a built up area 30mph. When I go to the pub I order a pint of beer. When I drive to London the signs say so many miles to go and the car does do many miles per gallon.

Metrification was in a part a con, as a way to put the prices up on everything. If someone described a person as 5ft tall, or 6ft tall or 6ft 8" you can immediately relate to how big they are. Like wise you have a cup of tea or a mug of tea, and most people understand the size, just like a pint of beer.
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