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Old 26 November 2012, 15:49   #1
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What Flask?

Any recommendations for a flask to keep food warm (something like soup, meatballs, curry) and also one to keep tea warm, it has to be unbreakable

Or are those self warming meals any good or any suggestions to what you take out to eat?

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Thought you got a jet boil, any SS flask would be ok they keep water hot for about 18 h
I drilled a hole in the outer skin of a flask once and filled it with expandable foam adds a bit more insulation.
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Hot cans are great, but take up space, the boxed ones aren't too bad and take up a lot less space. I use a flask with three internal bowls, great when full but not the best at keeping really hot for long periods.

A basic wide mouth flask does that well enough.
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Thought you got a jet boil, any SS flask would be ok they keep water hot for about 18 h
I drilled a hole in the outer skin of a flask once and filled it with expandable foam adds a bit more insulation.
I've heard it all now Mick
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What about these:

The Thermos Flask Shop > Thermos Online UK > The complete UK range of Thermos Flasks, Thermos Food Flasks, Thermos Cool Bags.
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The Thermos Flask Shop > Thermos Online UK > The complete UK range of Thermos Flasks, Thermos Food Flasks, Thermos Cool Bags.
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Bit pricey and you would go hungry with that size have you a go outdoors near you they are cheap
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That's true Steve they do mind you go outdoors have a good scam going its 5 a year for discount but the twots have tried to charge me 3 times this year so far so when I went last week I had to kick off big style
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