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Old 10-12-2009, 01:47 PM   #1
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Does anybody have one of the thermos made by Klein that looks like a screwdriver? I've been seeing them for a while now at the local supply houses, and wondering how good are they. My SS thermo is so old and beat up, I think it is time to replace it. (It has also sprang a leak around the lid, otherwise I would not even consider replacing it). I'm reluctant to purchase the Klein, because I know for a fact that the SS thermo will keep coffee hot all day long. But it would make a nice conversation piece if it can perform.
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Old 10-12-2009, 03:18 PM   #2
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Seems they are S/S .
I have never seen one before.

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Seems they are S/S .
I have never seen one before.
I have one, I have had it for a few years. The good ole Stanley is better imo. The klein does not keep it hot all day. It does not hold as much as you would think it would.
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I won one a few years ago, but haven't found a use for it yet. It looks pretty cool.
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You can find them on all day long.

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I have one, It doesnt hold that much liquid. Still works good though.

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Probably isn't as good as the german ones.
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Probably isn't as good as the german ones.

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I've got one, it works great. Like said above, doesn't hold much. Pretty cool to have though. I like the spout design of this one vs the Stanley, but the Stanley holds more liquid. Buy both.
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