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Re: Flasks ?

Post by Nige Johns » Wed Mar 03 2021 20:41

davelumb wrote:
Hot Vimto's the stuff for flasks! :boing:
Now we’re taking :thumbs:

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Re: Flasks ?

Post by martin(rockape) » Wed Mar 03 2021 20:46

Pikerd74 wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Hot Vimto's the stuff for flasks! :boing:
I bet that stains the flask something terrible or do you have a Vimto flask? :thumbs:
You've got me thinking now......hot Ribenna would do the job very well and would save faffing around with tea bags and my teaspoon that gets shoved in my pocket after use with my snot rag would be redundant and clean :laughs: :laughs: :laughs: :laughs:

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Martin

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Re: Flasks ?

Post by Pikerd74 » Wed Mar 03 2021 22:37

martin(rockape) wrote:
Pikerd74 wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Hot Vimto's the stuff for flasks! :boing:
I bet that stains the flask something terrible or do you have a Vimto flask? :thumbs:
You've got me thinking now......hot Ribenna would do the job very well and would save faffing around with tea bags and my teaspoon that gets shoved in my pocket after use with my snot rag would be redundant and clean :laughs: :laughs: :laughs: :laughs:

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Martin
Haha the old tea spoon conundrum, it’s been in the bottom of my rucksack for a week covered in god knows what should I stick in in my tea???
:shrug:
I’ve heard good things about warm Ribenna, I might get some when I’m tired of bovril.

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Re: Flasks ?

Post by martin(rockape) » Wed Mar 03 2021 22:40

Pikerd74 wrote:
martin(rockape) wrote:
Pikerd74 wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Hot Vimto's the stuff for flasks! :boing:
I bet that stains the flask something terrible or do you have a Vimto flask? :thumbs:
You've got me thinking now......hot Ribenna would do the job very well and would save faffing around with tea bags and my teaspoon that gets shoved in my pocket after use with my snot rag would be redundant and clean :laughs: :laughs: :laughs: :laughs:

Regards

Martin
Haha the old tea spoon conundrum, it’s been in the bottom of my rucksack for a week covered in god knows what should I stick in in my tea???
:shrug:
I’ve heard good things about warm Ribenna, I might get some when I’m tired of bovril.
Stick it in your tea and give it a good clean ffs :laughs:

Regards

Martin

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Re: Flasks ?

Post by Pikerd74 » Wed Mar 03 2021 22:46

martin(rockape) wrote:
Pikerd74 wrote:
martin(rockape) wrote:
Pikerd74 wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Hot Vimto's the stuff for flasks! :boing:
I bet that stains the flask something terrible or do you have a Vimto flask? :thumbs:
You've got me thinking now......hot Ribenna would do the job very well and would save faffing around with tea bags and my teaspoon that gets shoved in my pocket after use with my snot rag would be redundant and clean :laughs: :laughs: :laughs: :laughs:

Regards

Martin
Haha the old tea spoon conundrum, it’s been in the bottom of my rucksack for a week covered in god knows what should I stick in in my tea???
:shrug:
I’ve heard good things about warm Ribenna, I might get some when I’m tired of bovril.
Stick it in your tea and give it a good clean ffs :laughs:

Regards

Martin
I had to use my forceps last year, I took the bloody spoon out of my bag to throw it in the dishwasher and forgot to put it back in :knife:

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Re: Flasks ?

Post by Kevin O'Keeffe » Thu Mar 04 2021 01:00

royboy wrote:
What is the best brand of flask to keep coffee hot for 6/8 hrs ?
Are Stanleys worth the extra ?

I`m using some various unnamed brands at the moment but the coffee is only lukewarm after 4hrs .
I normally fill up a mug and a flask at the fuel station in the morning ...

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Yes. One of the best things I have bought for fishing. Just be aware the cups dont float! mines on the bottom of chew! Had mine 10 years plus. I dont see how it can break tbh. Nice bit of kit.

Their mugs are good too with a sealable lid so you dont need a spoon. Tea bag, sweetner. close the lid and shake it gently. open add milk and close to shake a bit more job done.
Love the hit!

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Re: Flasks ?

Post by JohnCopeman » Thu Mar 04 2021 16:51

Thermos or Aladdin for me. Mate has Stanley and seem equally as good.
Avoid the push button/ pour type....they all leak. Nothing to go wrong with a screw in stopper.

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Re: Flasks ?

Post by Andytheammer » Thu Mar 04 2021 18:41

Stainless Stanley Flask does the trick for me!
Went through a stage of only drinking Hot Ribena with it,
Might have to start again. :cool:
A couple of teaspoons of Bicarbonate of Soda in a flask full of hot water left overnight in the flask will usually bring em back! :thumbs:

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Re: Flasks ?

Post by Kev Berry » Thu Mar 04 2021 18:52

Andytheammer wrote:
Stainless Stanley Flask does the trick for me!
Went through a stage of only drinking Hot Ribena with it,
Might have to start again. :cool:
A couple of teaspoons of Bicarbonate of Soda in a flask full of hot water left overnight in the flask will usually bring em back! :thumbs:
steradent tablets clean them up as well :thumbs:

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Re: Flasks ?

Post by John Milford » Thu Mar 04 2021 19:45

Kev Berry wrote:
Andytheammer wrote:
Stainless Stanley Flask does the trick for me!
Went through a stage of only drinking Hot Ribena with it,
Might have to start again. :cool:
A couple of teaspoons of Bicarbonate of Soda in a flask full of hot water left overnight in the flask will usually bring em back! :thumbs:
steradent tablets clean them up as well :thumbs:
Drop your gnashers in too and kill two birds with one stone! :clown:

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Re: Flasks ?

Post by Andytheammer » Thu Mar 04 2021 20:19

:boing:

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Re: Flasks ?

Post by JohnCopeman » Thu Mar 04 2021 20:38

Dont put steredent tablets in a glass thermos......learned the hard way.....

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