Check out the update for the 18 oz HydroFlask. Its been keeping my food and drinks warm while I wait for winter to get to Northern New England. I’m enjoying the nice weather, but its made reviewing some things a bit interesting. Read what I’ve found out so far HERE.
The HydroFlask was supplied for review purposes.
18oz Wide Mouth HydroFlask
Nothing like a hot cup of coffee on a cold morning hike, or a cold cup of water on a hot afternoon hike. The HydroFlask 18 oz Insulated Wide Mouth Coffee is designed to meet either need. It has a narrow circumference, making it easy to hold on to. Advertised to keep liquids hot or cold for ‘hours’, I’m going to be checking out how well it does. The temperatures will be dropping here in northern New England, so this could come in very handy. Click HERE to read part one of the review of the Insulated Wide Mouth Coffee.
HydroFlask supplied this item for review purposes.
Manufacturer’s image of the Food Flask
Now that its getting colder out – at least in Northern New England, I like to take something hot with me when I’m outdoors. (no Brad Pitt comments, please) Really, coffee, hot chocolate, hot soup or chilli works just a well. How to keep it hot? Well, HydroFlask may have a very good solution or two. The first one I’m reviewing, is the 18 oz Insulated Food Flask. I’ll be taking it with me hiking and as the weather gets colder, snowshoeing and ice fishing. Read about it HERE, and then stop back in a month to find out how ‘hot’ it really is! (my food that is).
The Food Flask was provided for review purposes.