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I am a small woman but the opening where the top screws off, is very small. It might be good for a child. It is not a comfortable opening from which to drink, and top is a very dinky screw on cop. This was not expensive, but it was expensive for what it is. If you buy it, you might have to pour the liquid into a separate cup. It's too inexpensive to bother about sending it back, but if you read this review, don't buy it. You can do better. On the other hand, if you are buying it for a 6 or 7 year old, it would be good because their small mouth would be comfortable around it. It's also not made that well..
I like to paint and sketch outdoors with watercolors. My field kit has to be reasonably light and manageable. Carrying a water supply is essential. Typical plastic drinking bottles are bulky and cylindrical and difficult to pack. This flask is lightweight but very well made and fits flush inside my pack. It was a perfect addition to my kit.
It’s not insulated of coarse, didn’t expect it to be. I use it for cool and cold weather hunting. I gave it three stars because it leaked around the cap. I took a sheet of food grade gasket material and made a better cap gasket that doesn’t leak.
I love my Patagonia Paxat 32L backback but it doesn't have standard water bottle holders. This flask fits PERFECTLY in either of the two side pockets and allows me to fully zip it up. Durable, inexpensive, and just works.
It leaks if you shake it. The cap almost does nothing. This is only good if you plan to keep it upright, never apply any pressure to it and don't want to put any nice booze in it. Returned immediately.