SCULPTOR STAINLESS STEEL VACUUM FLASK Black
When you’re out and about for a long time, you really start to value a vacuum flask with good heat retention. Like this one.
However, the sturdy yet attractive vacuum flask in double-wall 18/8 stainless steel not only keeps your hot drinks hot for ages – it also, of course, keeps cold drinks cool for a long time. A particularly practical touch when you’re travelling: the lid, holding approx. 185 ml, can also be used as a mug. Thanks to the high-quality powder coating, the vacuum flask can be held firmly and securely. It is 100% leak-tight and has a practical twist-and-pour closure that just needs to be twisted – and not removed – for pouring. The vacuum flask holds about 500 ml.
VF500SC-BK at a glance:
The idea behind VF500SC-BK
Vacuum flasks have been around for a long time. They are used at home, on the road or at work and not only have to keep drinks warm or cold, but also have to look good and stand up to a lot, naturally. The design also plays a significant role. But this vacuum flask is not only impressive because of its unique design. Reliable functionality is also a fundamental requirement (as with all Esbit vacuum flasks): warm drinks are kept warm longer and cold drinks cold longer. We confined ourselves to the essentials where the features of the flask were concerned: a practical twist and pour closure, an especially resilient powder coating and an extra cup for the 1L and 750ml flasks, which has become an identifying feature for the classic Esbit vacuum flask.
We think the result is pretty impressive. It is valuable in its simplicity, functional and timeless, but also with modern accents.
Very good heat retention is not only implicit, we also believe it should be clearly defined. That’s why we make it clear, on the packaging and on our homepage, how warm the contents will be after a specified time.
VF500SC-BK Technical data:
VF500SC-BK Dimensions and weight:
VF500SC-BK Information for commerce:
Note for commercial customers: The above mentioned dimensions, weights and numbers are estimated figures.