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Keith Titanium Ti9306 Hip Flask

Keith Titanium Ti9306 Hip Flask

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Really looking forward to receiving this, it even has my name on it! Lol!
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.
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bin31z
Yeah I can confidently say that’s a bogus claim. I’ve had this thing go through some serious beatings and never once has it leaked. It’s hands down a great flask, perfect for keeping whiskey in a backpack since it won’t corrode or taste different.
erikowahlberg
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.
Volume is too small
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!!
What are the duties/tariffs for shipping to Canada?
Thanks for bringing this back. This is my first Joined Drop!!! Looking forward to more (especially the Keith Ti Mess Kit)
2.3 ounces you can use something useful instead there and just carry it in plastic. Also funnel... lol?
Uzuzu
It fits 6 ounces of whiskey
erikowahlberg
*whoosh* over your head
In terms of corrosion resistance, would you be able to leave alcohol in here for lengthy periods? I keep a backup plastic nalgine flask which works fine, I’m just looking for something that I have to be less attentive to cleaning immediately. The label says 3.4 fl-oz and 100ml so I’m thinking I can take that measurement to the bank. If anyone can prove otherwise, let me know
erikowahlberg
It's titanium, it is completely corrosion resistant to just about anything you come in contact with in normal life at normal temperature. It will out last anything you put in it. I have a Vargo Ti flask, and have never noticed any added taste or anything.
DanTheKnifeMan
Perfect, I left some scotch in there for 5 weeks and did a comparison to the rest of the bottle and no difference nor internal issues. No more plastic shot bottles ever again.
So this drop is about 1/4 the price I paid for the Snow Peak version.
What gives? -both are titanium and have removable cap -so made in Japan is 4x price of made in China?
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According to amazon its grade A titanium.
ludachris
Numbered grades are the actual nomenclature for the different types of titanium, so that would just be a 'premium' type of buzzword at best.
I like the shape and size but there are only a couple of threads for the cap to engage. It takes only about 1/2 a turn from the cap falling off to fully tight.
Weird, I could have sworn that this drop ended tonight instead of last night. Oh well, maybe next time.
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Jbug
I’ll sell you mine.
Orion13
Thanks, but I already picked one up.
3.4 ounces of liquid ? What a useless amount of liquid ? Especially of hooch . Three very small sips of anything are my favorite when I'm sneaking alcohol ... why ?
chrismsmalley
My guess would be the maximum that TSA allows
Love it, but lost the cap after 2 weeks... anyone knows where I could order a replacement? Thanks
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Well that puts me in my place . You're right I know nothing about good bourbon or scotch . I made this comment 9 weeks ago there RIP van Winkle ..notice I didnt say Pappy ? Youre not that smooth . Or witty , went down with no burn .
chrismsmalley
uh... wut?
I guess when all you do is troll all you see is troll?
I never opined on your preference in booze, or knowledge thereof. Only that by the time you're looking at a flask the size of a book, booze already comes in bottles that size and shape... just not, you know, good booze.
As for the timing: clever burn 'yo. But the drop just came around again and asked me to review the one I bought last time. Read through the conversation, saw something amusing, responded to it. I don't particularly care if you made your comment 9 weeks ago or 24 hours ago (which, incidentally, is when Massdrop's page seems to think you made it).
But hey, keep up the trolling. I'm sure someday you'll hurt somebody's feelings and get the gratification you so desperately crave.
Love this flask overall but you really have to crank down the little cap to get it to seal.
Got mine from last drop. So far I like it: Sturdy and doesn't affect the drink (single malts so far, no sweet liquors). The one drawback is the crappy little funnel. It's too small to pour directly from a bottle and doesn't let air escape around it, so your liquid just sits there till you fiddle with it. I highly recommend using a pourer with it, or getting a beefier funnel.
Ok, so is this a 3.4 oz/100 mL or 4.9 oz/144 mL as someone else mentioned?
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wow you sure used a lot of words to point out the absolutely obvious. good job.
Broody
Just thought I would clarify it to @2rms2, who didn't seem to think it was that obvious. But thanks. :)
Volume is greater by almost 50 percentc than advertised, thats good. The funnel sucks as there is no room for air to escape. And yes pitty cap is not connected its so tiny easy to missplace
It actually holds 150ml or 4.5 oz, but I'm disappointed. The funnel doesn't work and the lid isn't attached and easily lost. It looks cool I guess. 🙄
MisterPink
I don't get this type of rant - you saw clearly in the photos that there is no lid attachment system. Did you expect that it will magically stick to your fingers ?
I recieved my flask today, and I really like it. Out of curiosity, I weighed the flask empty and after filling it with water up to the base of the spout. The empty weight was 62 g, and the filled weight was 206 g. This means I was able to fit 144 g of water into it, which would be 144 mL or 4.87 oz. I calibrated the scale with known weights designed for calibration beforehand. So it seems like the advertised capacity is less than its max capacity, which is a good thing in my book!
JRuse
Thanks for your measurements, very useful. And what a relief and ray of hope to find on this American site a person who uses the metric system :)
MiCro17
I'm bilingual as well (metric/"standard"). 144 g = 144 ml is just too easy. I'm an engineer that deals with liquids, so for me it's a given I work in metric (& "standard" / english).
I bought one last time around, haven't used it uet.
Every time the Vargo comes around I get this close to grabbing one... but it's kinda big. I considered one of the Sneerwell ones since I like the 6oz. size and the graphics are kinda neat... but it's steel. I love the look of this one, even better than the other two... but it's kinda small. Flasks are difficult.
A super cheap and reasonably handsome titanium flask? For that price, I'd even be willing to overlook the easily lost cap.
But not the capacity. Might as just well bring a couple airline bottles. Dang.
Finally a good looking titanium flask. Would be nice if capacity was more in the 200-300ml range, this is more of a kid's size or something. It would also be cool if it had an optional leather cover like the pewter flask had.
McDoogle
Yeah, step this design up to 200ml and I'd be all over it.
Never mind 2 shots is enough lol
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yeah, but you can use it as a varnish stripper if the need arises.
TiffanyPoodleslide
If I want something to hold everclear I’ll sls print out a flask. This one is for my booze :-)
First of all, this is in the ultralight community so not sure what people are expecting capacity wise. 2nd of all, if you are drinking fine spirits, 3 oz is more than enough. If you are looking to get wasted, just go grab a 40 at the local gas station and knock yourself out.
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bin31z
Maybe if you're poor or a lightweight. "if you are drinking fine spirits, 3 oz is more than enough."
MooDang
Ok if you say so. 🙄
Looks great just why so small...
Kinda disappointed I can only hold 2 shots
I was excited by the price then disappointed by the capacity
Ooh, a flask! What Snow Peak product will Keith Titanium make next?
quiz
Though to be fair, the snow peak ones are like 150 bucks and a different shape. I like the shape of this one more. Everything is a copy of another, if you want to keep going back, snow peak got started by copying western mountaineering equipment.
Thought this was an amp.
DimaG
Snag a favorite Amp photo online and then print it out on peel n stick paper. Attach the appropriate shots to the front and back of this flask. Now lay it on your desk with some cheap IEMs and everyone at work will think you're hip-guy with Audiophile interests--rather than a boozer. PS: bring mints
YEAH!!! MORE TITANIUM!!!!!!!!!