What Flask Do You Use?

Pikerwoods

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I still use an old plastic Thermos one, I broke it a little while back and was distraught. I did have a different flask that had the same inner, so swapped it over. It gets in all my photos, quite the tart really......

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Pitty Korum don't do flasks...lol
 

Arry

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paint it Khaki and put a 'K' on the side.... :ROFLMAO:
 

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I have a Thermos. Not sure of model. But found out it floats after dropping it in by accident the other day.
 

Tinca Steve

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Just bought a new flask as my old one has started to leak. Now got 2 matching one's 1lt and 1.9lt green legendary classic's.
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ukzero1

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I use 2 sterident in warm water to clean mine (1.7 litre). Just make sure it's well rinsed out after.
 

Arch

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It's not been on for a while, and is missing the attention, so here it is just poking the top out...........

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It's not been on for a while, and is missing the attention, so here it is just poking the top out...........

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@Arch .....Afternoon Arch, If you get a moment please, could you show a photo of how you've retrofitted your legs to the side of your AS1 to accommodate your side tray please?.....Are they fitted to what would have been the swinging arm pole rest arrangement on the original boxes?

Thank you. (y)
 

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I have a stainless steel one called Stanley. He keeps my tomato soup nice and hot.

Why doesn't tomato soup taste of tomato?
 

Arch

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@Arch .....Afternoon Arch, If you get a moment please, could you show a photo of how you've retrofitted your legs to the side of your AS1 to accommodate your side tray please?.....Are they fitted to what would have been the swinging arm pole rest arrangement on the original boxes?

Thank you. (y)


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There you go.

A friend is a director of a metalwork business, he got it made for me. I've had to alter it a little because the sides of the AS1 aren't vertical, they lean in a little. I packed it out with some small nuts a bolts. Although, he said he would get it changed for me. Top bloke.
 

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There you go.

A friend is a director of a metalwork business, he got it made for me. I've had to alter it a little because the sides of the AS1 aren't vertical, they lean in a little. I packed it out with some small nuts a bolts. Although, he said he would get it changed for me. Top bloke.
Brilliant idea, Arch.
I still use the AS1 grounbait tray that clips to side of seatbox.
 
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