Review: High Camp Firelight 375 Flask

Review: High Camp Firelight 375 Flask

Headed into the great outdoors this summer? Bring your cocktail to go with High Camp’s Firelight Flash — available in a 375ml version (reviewed here) or a 750ml option (which is pictured). The 375 version comes in your choice of five finishes ranging from rose gold to gunmetal; the 750 has three finish options.

The flash is designed to look a bit like a thermos, but the trick is that the top (which serves as a tumbler) pops off with a quick twist: It’s held on magnetically, not via a more traditional closure system. (The 750ml version has two tumblers, so you can share.) Underneath you’ll find the flask proper, which has a more classic screw-on stopper to keep your beverage safe and sound. The vacuum-insulated stainless steel design keeps things as cool (or as warm) as your Hydroflask, as does the hefty tumbler portion, which includes some gentle grooves to ensure it doesn’t slip from your fingers. It’s definitely one of the most elegant on-the-go flask systems this reviewer has encountered. Heck, I might take to using it even if a tent and campfire aren’t in the cards.

A / $85 /

High Camp Firelight 375 Flask




Christopher Null is the founder and editor in chief of Drinkhacker. A veteran writer and journalist, he also operates Null Media, a bespoke content creation company.

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