Reviewed by Bonefish from Georgia on Tuesday, November 11, 2014
The handmade flask is enjoyable to look at and using it adds to the experience. It's slight imperfections lets me know that a craftsman produced it rather than being punched out of an assembly line. The presentation box ensures protection. I hope to pass it on when I'm gone.
Reviewed by Michael from Ohio on Monday, September 22, 2014
The slight imperfections really make this flask so unique (one spot has some rough looking soldering but not a deal breaker).
Based on reviews I was expecting the birch wood stopper to be useful for display only. To my surprise I was able to hold the flask upside down with no leaks. I wouldn’t trust it in a suit case but in a jacket pocket there would be no problem. (Warning the birch wood stopper swells overnight and may require pliers to remove from neck).
I bought this flask solely because 99% of all other flasks are made in China. The flasks made in china don’t necessary use food safe stainless steel throughout the entire flask (ie the cap).
I was super impressed when I got this flask it looks awesome and feels indestructible. I am a cheap guy and I can say this flask was worth the extra money.
Reviewed by Jacob - a shearling aficionado from Atlanta on Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Okay, so some people will want a flask with a cleaner look, smoother edges, etc. BUT - this is made right. I just love this flask. I bought two. I expect they will last forever. If you can get them on sale at STP - it's unbeatable. No way is there anything out there made this well that comes close for under a hundred bucks.
Reviewed by Jacob - a shearling aficionado from Georgia on Sunday, May 18, 2014
It's a handmade copper flask - no surprises. It is slightly heavier than expected, as there is more metal that I am used to with today's cheap mass produced products. At the STP price, this is an absolute steal. I could hardly be happier.
Reviewed by HurleyFerk from Targhee on Thursday, April 24, 2014
Really interesting design. Feels pretty sturdy, and holds booze. Smells like a penny, but doesn't pass taste on. FYI copper sterilizes.
No chain for the stoppers (contact Bromwell Co. and they will sell you one for 50$ a piece). And speaking of, the wood one is not leak proof unless you jam it into the flask, and the cork one tore apart on me when I tried to pull it straight out. If you are giving as a gift I'd recommend making your own corks.
Other than that, its a beautiful piece and for some might belong more in a display case than actually being used. However, I picked one up for 50$, so the price makes up for it.