This stands about 360mm in height and can hold 1.9 litres of liquid, be that hot water, cold water or your favourite hot beverage. It manages to fill four average size cups without too many difficulties, with
The main body is made of aluminium which makes it nice and strong. The lid, spout and handle are all made of plastic, strong plastic, which means that the entire flask is strong enough to take a few knocks. The spout itself has taken a few hits and is still going strong, with no cracks of pieces missing.
The lid not only acts as a plug in order to stop the liquid from spilling out it also acts as a spout to gently pour the liquid into the awaiting container, be that a cup or a mug, or even straight into your mouth.
The spout is wide enough to pour the liquid out of without having to wait for ages as the liquid drips out, this one pours it out at a good pace.
To get the liquid to pour you simply press the large button on the top of the lid. Then, with the aid of a pumping action, the liquid comes out of the spout.
It has a good sized handle which makes this easy to hold as it is a bit tricky holding it as you would a normal flask as this one is a good 130mm in diameter, which is a little bit too much for grabbing with your hand.
This one sells for about £25, which is not to bad considering what this does as it hold plenty of liquid, keeping it hot for later. Then, when you need it, you simply press the button on the top rather that tip the flask to fill up the cups.
It is one of those flasks that may be a little on the large size when it comes to taking to work every day, but if you're planning on having a picnic when the weather decides to stop raining then this is something that you should consider, especially if there's a few of you wanting a brew all at once.