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This red Wild & Wolf Thirst Extinguisher stainless steel water bottle is in the shape of an actual British Fire Extinguisher.
The water bottle has 'Gulp' printed in white along with 'Water Thirst Extinguisher', which makes it look even more like a fire extinguisher.
The Thirst Extinguisher water bottle has a 600ml capacity, a flip up mouth piece and a handy carry loop, making it highly practical for everyday use.
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Exactly as advertised at a reasonable price
I bought this for a friend who is very hard to buy for but he loves gadgets so I knew he'd love this with the quirk that it looks like a fire extinguisher well worth the money
This is fantastic!! Bought for 10 year old who absolutely loves it!!
Bought this for my 11 year old brother who loves odd things like this and it was perfect for him! He's even left all the tags on to make it 'more authentic' as a fire extinguisher, bless him!
My friends and I love the water botttles badly. The staff was very helpful to answer my questions before I placed an order. A very nice shopping experience. Should shop again and forward this shop to my familias and friends. Thanks a lot!
Bought for my little brother, the bottle is made to a high quality and feels sturdy. Creative design and well priced!
I bought 3 of these bottles, one for myself and the other two as gifts. I love the bottle, description says bottle is 600ml however it is actually 750ml which is even better. Love the design of the bottle, looks really cool. When I gave the bottle to the other recipients they also loved the bottle and it really helps to keep an eye on how much you're drinking throughout the day.
Fun, a great conversation starter - does exactly as you'd expect...
Sure, it's a great present and visually looks fantastic. However, I tried to use this a day-to-day flask unfortunately with a few downfalls. Firstly, don't try dish washing the bottle, as after a couple of cycles the paint melts off. Secondly, the plastic straw which connects to the screw-lid keeps popping out. This obviously means you have to unscrew the top and then get your juice/contents all over your hands. Shame really as it looks great, shame the build quality wasn't slightly more durable.