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Old Wednesday 29th October 2008, 15:03   #1
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Thermos Leak-Proof Travel Mug.

Have a look at this folks. I'm chuffed to bits with it. It's ideal for having a nice hot cup of coffee when you don't want to mess around with the traditional thermos flask. Simply give the cap a half turn and drink straight from the cup.
The rim is plastic, so no tinny flavoured it comes with a clip to hook on your back pack.

It's pricey, around 21 depending where you buy it, but if you use flasks often I can highly recommend it.
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Old Wednesday 29th October 2008, 15:45   #2
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Looks like a good idea to me, Sue. How much does it hold?
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Old Wednesday 29th October 2008, 16:13   #3
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Looks to be a nice handy product Sue.....nowhere near big enough for two tea bellies tho!
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That's cool, Pie! Well..you know what I mean! Very handy it looks. I tend not to drink too much when out and about though..unless there's a handy loo not toooooo far away!
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Old Wednesday 29th October 2008, 20:59   #5
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I tend not to drink too much when out and about though..unless there's a handy loo not toooooo far away!
Don't they have bushes in the west midlands?

Looks like a great piece of kit, Pie!! I'd want two, one for tea and the other for a measure of tomato or oxtail soup..great pick-me ups for winter birding!!

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Don't they have bushes in the west midlands?

Looks like a great piece of kit, Pie!! I'd want two, one for tea and the other for a measure of tomato or oxtail soup..great pick-me ups for winter birding!!

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Matt!!!!

I would have to be very, very, very desperate!
Lol, me too, specially on a reserve with loads of people creeping about with high power optics scanning every movement.

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You guys!!

It holds 14oz/0.4L Wendy. The thermos rating is 4hours hot & 8hours ice cold.

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Thanks, Sue, that's a reasonable amount.
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