Posted by Daniel Szczeniak on August 28, 2014
A custom engraved stainless steel flask is a classic gift, and a great idea for Christmas stocking stuffers or as a personalized way to thank the groomsmen in your wedding. We offer a complete selection of standard 6oz and mini 1oz flasks, in stainless steel or covered in colorful gloss finishes and even leather.
Here is the complete selection of colors available:
Hip flasks are made in a thin style, with a design that curves along with the contour of your hips or thights. This allows you to carry the flask discretely in your trouser or coat pocket, so you can always have a nip handy when needed. Flasks were especially popular during the Prohibition:
Our stainless steel flasks include free custom laser engraved personalization of any text or quality image or logo engraved onto the front surface. The stainless steel flasks are engraved directly into the steel, while the color flasks are engraved through the coating to reveal the stainless steel beneath, creating a gorgeous look.
The leather flasks are etched into the thick leather, burning and darkening the engraved area for an attractively rustic feel.
The most common personalization request we get for our custom engraved stainless steel flasks is the classic monogram initials, with the first and middle initials of the recipient set on either side of the larger surname initial in the center, like so:
We can also engrave logos with stunning clarity:
One extraordinarily popular way to our flasks have been put to good use is as gifts for bridesmaids or groomsmen in a wedding. Our Bridesmaid Gift design features a bridesmaid's dress and bouquet on a pink flask with the name, role, and wedding date beneath. The Groomsmen Gift design depicts a tuxedo on a black matte flask. These are available in sets of four, seven, or whatever other number you may need for your wedding party.
In addition to the standard classic 6oz size, we also offer mini keychain flasks and gift sets which include shot glasses (we can even custom engrave the shot glasses!)....
As you see above, the gift set includes a funnel. These matching stainless steel funnels are available with all of our flasks. But if you're cheap or just in a hurry, here's a handy tip for filling your flask when a funnel is not available.
Simply insert a stick (a chopstick or kebob stick works well, or a thin-handled wooden spoon) into the flask, then **slowly** pour the liquor along the stick. The liquid will travel along the wooden stick into the flask without spilling a drop!
In a nominally unrelated conclusion, here is a classic painting from Sadler Walter Dendy entitled, "Filling the Flask Before the Hunt":