Keith Titanium 120ml Flask
Keith Titanium 120ml Flask
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When it comes to backpacking and your favorite beverage, every ounce counts. At just 2.3 ounces, the Keith Titanium hip flask is an easy way to bring your libations along Read More

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dnogs
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Jul 28, 2019
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This actually seems like an outstanding deal. About 10 years ago I was looking for a titanium flask for the best man at my wedding and the ONLY one I could find was made by Snow Peak out of Japan and *very* expensive. It was worth it at the time but this is an amazing deal for somebody wanting an awesome flask that isn't a piece of chrome-plated chinese pot metal like most of the ones you find at local stores.
Jul 28, 2019
Java_Steve
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May 1, 2019
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Suggest also offer the Keith Ti 200ml flask
May 1, 2019
erikowahlberg
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Apr 21, 2019
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Might I add, if you own a tumi backpack this fits perfectly into the front enclosure. I also have a pack of tissues in there right now.
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Apr 21, 2019
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Apr 7, 2019
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My two cents after carrying and using this for a bit. Maybe address some of the criticism as well. -The cap threads are a little "rough" initially, but with use they smooth out. -The cap isn't attached, but I knew that when I bought it. You know, because of pictures and stuff. -The internal volume is fine for camping or a friendly get together. Flasks aren't intended to get the whole party wasted, they're for personal use. The flask hold ~5 ounces, which is more than enough for single barrel bourbon or a nice single malt. It is the perfect size for a suit or sport coat pocket. I actually carried mine to a charity event last night and it wasn't visible nor did it weigh down the jacket (sag). -No leaks. The body of the flask is sturdy enough to ride in a back pocket or backpack without fear of being crushed. -Filling the flask requires patience. The funnel helps, but the small opening of the flask does require taking your time. -For $25, it's tough to beat. I don't know what grade of titanium it is and don't care really. It doesn't impart flavor and it doesn't take on the flavor of what's in it. After 4 weeks, the Macallan that was in it tasted the same as what was in the bottle.
Apr 7, 2019
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Apr 9, 2019
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I was able to fill mine with more than two, two oz pours. The exact volume I can't say, but it certainly holds more than the advertised amount.
Apr 9, 2019
ChumbWumba
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Apr 10, 2019
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Good to know, good info! 👍🏼
Apr 10, 2019
Keith1983
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Feb 19, 2019
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Really looking forward to receiving this, it even has my name on it! Lol!
Feb 19, 2019
EnthonyClark
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Apr 10, 2019
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Cute 😁
Apr 10, 2019
bin31z
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Feb 15, 2019
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DO NOT BUY DO NOT BUY! This thing DOES NOT seal tightly. Something to do with the way it is machined or how small the opening is but you CAN NOT get a tight seal unless your CRANK DOWN on the little cap. I'm talking about more than 10 NM of force at least, every time I do it, I feel like I'm going to strip the threads right off and it takes at least a minute of effort to ensure that it is tight enough. Even with this much care, I still found it to leak some of the time. This design flaw defeats the purpose of the flask. I was really excited about this thing but it is a total fail.
Feb 15, 2019
bin31z
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Feb 18, 2019
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If you read the comments you will see that I’m not the only one that had issues. Glad to see that this thing work out well for you guys.
Feb 18, 2019
erikowahlberg
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Apr 4, 2019
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Just saw this, but didn’t see any complaints about the threading below. All I know mine are still kicking strong, it’s titanium after all.
Apr 4, 2019
DanReilly
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Feb 15, 2019
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Volume is too small
Feb 15, 2019
yokken
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Jan 22, 2019
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For those wondering, the stated volume is 3.4oz, or 100mL, but it actually holds 145mL of water. Filled it, emptied it, put it on the scale, hit tare, then filled it completely, then weighed it. That's 4.9oz. As I washed it and dumped the water out a few times, I thought it would make for a decent number of sips of whiskey. I think this will definitely suffice for a 2-3 night hiking trip. Happy to stop using plastic!!
Jan 22, 2019
jmk451
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Jun 5, 2019
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> stated volume is 3.4oz, or 100mL, […] filled it completely, then weighed it. That's 4.9oz. You've fallen victim to one of the world's classic blunders, the most well-known of which is, "Never get involved in a land war in Asia," but only slightly less well-known is, "Don't confuse the volume measurement 'fluid ounces' with the weight measurement 'ounces', as they are not remotely the same thing!" To paraphrase, anyway. If you were to weigh a known volume of water, you could compute the volume of an unknown quantity of water by weighing it, as long as the temperature and pressure of both the known and unknown quantities of water were the same. Otherwise, ... well, you're comparing apples and llamas.
Jun 5, 2019
JcOn
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Dec 29, 2018
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What are the duties/tariffs for shipping to Canada?
Dec 29, 2018
FirstDue
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Dec 29, 2018
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Thanks for bringing this back. This is my first Joined Drop!!! Looking forward to more (especially the Keith Ti Mess Kit)
Dec 29, 2018
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