Stainless steel flask featuring a hidden shot glass.
Drinking is an activity that is best shared with friends. With the Shot Flask, you can take swigs for yourself and dole out shots to your buddies all from the same container!
The Shot Flask features a hidden compartment which stores a telescoping stainless steel shot glass! With the flick of a wrist, you can extend the half-inch tall glass to a full-size (2.25" tall) two-ounce shot glass.
Featuring an eight ounce capacity, the flask (also made from stainless steel) is wrapped in bonded leather.
Features & specs:
- Dimensions (Flask): 6" x 3.75" x 1"
- Dimensions (Shot Glass): 2.25" x 1.75" diameter
- Capacity (Flask): 8 oz (236 mL)
- Capacity (Shot Glass): 2 oz (59 mL)
- Telescoping shot glass collapses to only 0.5" tall
- Black bonded leather wrapping (on flask)
- Stainless steel construction
- Hand wash only
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As you learned in kindergarten, sharing is caring!
I think we're all aware of the innate benefits of a flask: concealment, portability, and being classy. The only problem is that unless you love sharing germs, you can't really share your Rumple Minze.*
Well, with the Shot Flask, we've pretty much changed the world. This stainless steel flask (with bonded leather wrapping) features a telescoping shot glass that is stored within the flask itself. Simply pull it off the side of the flask, expand it, and pour a 2-ounce shot whenever desired.
*It's so peppermint-y, you can't drink a full 8 ounces yourself. It'd be like eating 26 pounds of candy cane.
With the flick of a wrist, you've got a shot glass!
Using a collapsible design, the 2-ounce (59 mL) shot glass can be flattened to only half-an-inch tall. When done drinking, simply push it into the side of the flask, and you're back on your merry way!
Simple to remove and replace shot glass
To remove, just pull on the rim of the shot glass. It'll pop out easily. Returning it to the flask is as simple as snapping it back into place.
Oh, and it looks pretty, too!
The Shot Flask's flask is made from stainless steel with bonded leather wrapping. The telescoping shot glass is also made from stainless steel which begs the question of whether we should be calling it a "steel shot holder" — because that sounds pretty sweet.
Science confirms: Shots > Swigs
We busted out Excel, collected some data, performed some pivot tables, calculated some standard deviations, and determined that under most conditions, shots are indeed greater than swigs. Not convinced? Look at the picture below. I don't think anyone can argue with all that science.
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