Outdoor Gear Reviews

High Camp Flasks Firelight Flask 750 Onyx

High Camp Flasks is one of these companies that I keep an eye on because year after year they add products that make great gifts for friends and family. Quite a few of them I add to my own collection. In the past, I have given the Firelight Flask 750 as a wedding gift to a couple that mean so much to our family. It was truly appreciated by them as it holds an entire bottle of wine, a cocktail mix or a bottle of bourbon, and it can never be broken. This year, looking at the website, I splurged and got myself the Special Edition Onyx Firelight Flask. I was looking for something my wife and I could take on road trips, and it has everything we need.

The cap on this is very easy to open. The flask is leak proof which is kind of a prerequisite for a flask. The tumblers as well as the flask are vacuum insulated and offer sweat-proof grip. They keep your drink and ice colder which is super when traveling across the country. It’s hard to keep wine from getting too hot when traveling in warm climates, so the vacuum insulation is important. This same feature is included in the tumblers, keeping your drink cool. The new wide mouth on the Firelight Flask will accommodate ice cubes if you are interested in making a cocktail. With a 750 ml capacity and a stainless steel interior, nothing is going to taint the taste of your favorite concoction, bourbon or wine. The flask is easy to clean and ready for your next adventure.

This three-piece set comes in a nice box with a cloth bag to protect the flask from scratches. Priced at $129.00 (or $154.00 engraved) which is why this makes such a sweet gift for someone close to you or as a wedding present for the couple that likes the occasional drink in the back-country. High Camp Flasks builds small batches of product and sells them to a discerning audience and they are doing it right. Nuff said.

Kevin Paulson

Kevin Paulson is the Founder and CEO of HuntingLife.com. His passion for Hunting began at the age of 5 hunting alongside of his father. Kevin has followed his dreams through outfitting, conservation work, videography and hunting trips around the world.

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