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Stanley Classic Flask Black 8 Oz

by Stanley

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Technical Details
Item Weight91 g
Product Dimensions17.8 x 7.6 x 2.5 cm
Item model number10-00837-008
Height1 inches
Length1 inches
Weight165 grams
Width1 inches
Brand NameStanley
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #54,507 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 Kg
Date First AvailableFeb. 3 2011
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86 of 88 people found the following review helpful
Classy, classy... but mixed reviews. April 18 2009
By Wisnic - Published on
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I love this flask. Seals extremely well, darker color makes it less noticeable as a flask and the hinge on top flips back and stays back-- doesn't fwonk you in the face. It's got just enough camperly flare to make every night seem like it holds the potential of a fire and sleeping out in the wilderness.
No regrets-- highly recommended.

Comment after months/years of use:
After using this for a while... going to have to say i prefer a generic metal flask. The rubber gaskets get very very sticky and then it's almost impossible to open. This flask uses a hard plastic top, which screws onto the metal flask, which butts up to a rubber gasket sandwiched in between it all. If any of it becomes sticky, it doesn't tighten down (or open), and leaks. Might not happen if you drink something less sugary. I grab the metal one first though.
55 of 60 people found the following review helpful
Not bad, not great. May 15 2009
By scout3801 - Published on
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It's ok. Because of the shape it's a little bulky. The sides are pretty thin, so you have to be careful of denting (dented mine already, almost punctured...). The top and bottom are kind of crimped on. The "lanyard" that keeps the lid from getting lost is made of a medium grade plastic, which probably will be ok if I'm careful, but since I got it for hiking/camping...

Overall decent, though considering it's made in China, I think the price ought to be about half of what they're asking (the majority of "made in china" flasks are around $7-8). You're paying extra for their marketing flair.
82 of 92 people found the following review helpful
"American Icon" built in China Nov. 13 2010
By Nick Danger - Published on
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I've had a Stanley Thermos for 30 years so looked forward to getting this flask. Company touts it as an "American icon that still works as hard today as it did nearly 100 years ago." Like many American products its made in China. The product works fine but its not built to the same material standards as the old Stanley Thermos. Given the materials and low cost labor, its probably over priced.
16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Strange Shape Jan. 6 2012
By Danger - Published on
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Just a little larger than can be easily concealed. It's not a pocket flask at all. So it's not for an alcoholic such as myself, I guess.
26 of 34 people found the following review helpful
Not an american classic! Dec 25 2011
By Giulio Marina - Published on
Decent flask, it does its job. I thought I was buying an american made product and thus expected american craftsmanship, but it's made in China. The metal and coating seems thin and and a little cheap, I was expecting a much sturdier product. However, the most glaring defect with this product is the cap. The product picture shows a metal cap attached to a metal arm that attaches to the flask. The product I received had a plastic cap attached to a plastic arm. I like to buy a product that will last me years, I don't mind paying extra for quality. When this product craps out in a year I'll try and find a vintage Stanley flask, made in America. If Stanley wants to sell a product labeled as an american classic they'd do well to bring their production facilities back to the U.S. of A.

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