Anyone know if a mini thermos that would fit a bottle cage is produced. I missed a hot coffee on the Dynamo yesterday. To cap it all an unknown rider got a camping gas out and proceeded to brew his own by the roadside! Don't fancy doing that though.
Bought a thermo bottle at Lidl some months ago.
Costed just 2 or 3 GBP or so...
Soma do a bar mounted one
this is what you need
my local corner shop sold them for a while but i havent seen them recently.
sorry if i missed something.
@ aDT That kooks like a winner, I have plastic cages that I'm sure would stretch for this. Great and thank you.
@ coppi that, Good, if I can find them!
I have two mini thermos bottles and they are a bit loose in my cage, what you need is this adjustable water bottle cage.
Unfortunately it's not made of carbon of Ti ;)
I was so glad i took my wide mouth thermos filled with hot beans and sausages for the dynamo....opening that at the feed station was amazing. :)
Reanimating this thread rather than starting a new one:
Can anyone recommend me an inexpensive thermos that fits in a cage without rattling? I’ve got a few and they all make an unbearable noise unless I put them in a sock or something.
Bought this one recently and just bend my metal cage in slightly. Works well so far. Maybe you could try a metal cage? Kleen Kanteen was also recommended in that thread and looks wide.
I've got the Stanley Adventure mug, only 230ml, but fits perfectly in a standard cage. Fairly cheap too and ideal for keeping a coffee warm on the way to work.
Ah, I think that looks like what I need. I don't want to have to bend the bottle cage as I also want to use normal bottles without having to bend and re-bend every time. is the Stanley one plastic on the outside?
That looks like a neat solution, but I'd rather have a bottle cage that doesn't look like a Stormtrooper's cock ring :-)
I did just spot you could get neoprene sleeves for flasks - I ordered one for a quid so I'll see if it works as a solution.
Never tried any. These are just from googling
Yep, saw a few by UingTFS but it’s hard to gauge real life non-shitness.
Do OnTech have any green credentials?
Anyone bought the from decathlon? Tempted to pull the trigger. Before it gets really nippy.
I generally find that for the price the quality of product is generally good, this being both bike bits and hiking and bike clothing.
I find the clothing and bags quite good... and far superior to those in a similar price bracket on the high street.
Never bought any bike bits but very well reviewed and good prices for what u get.
Considering they specialise in camping stuff definately worth a go.
Glad they are expanding we've got on high street ken now.
No, kind of a slightly rubbery painted alu. Fits nicely without bending the cage and doesn't rattle.
Do Sigg bottles fit a normal bottle cage?
Good call on the Stanley up above. Mine just arrived and fits perfectly in a standard bottle cage
Yeah it looks just the thing. Reckon I’ll give it a go - cheers @zigbit
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