26 Feb 2017

Rhino 800ml 'Camouflask' Vacuum Flask Review

I have always wanted a nice vacuum flask to carry on our rambles. That’s right. We love to go rambling as a family. Our favourite destination is The Lake District, where we have spent many holidays making wonderful memories.

Although most of our rambles happen in the summer, we do occasionally wander out in the winter sun. So ideally, I would love a flask that holds both hot and cold drinks, depending on what I fancy on a given day.

The Rhino 800ml 'Camouflask' is a new vacuum flask designed to carry both hot and cold drinks. Perfect to carry hot beverages like tea and coffee in the winter. Or a cold drink of water or beer in the summer. Great for all outdoor adventures.


Audacious Rhino is the new kid on the block when it comes to vacuum flasks. We were offered and agreed to put the 800ml Rhino Camouflask through its paces. Here’s what I think of it.

First impressions were favourable. The flask is a good size and looks well made, but is not bulky. It comes covered in a camouflage pattern in green and brown. The drinking cup is large enough for one person to enjoy an average sized drink. I particularly liked the hinged handle and a belt (that I found inside the flask along with a packet of dessicant). The belt allows you to sling the flask across your shoulders if you want to.




The inside is lined with stainless steel. The mouth is wide enough to allow filling without accidental drips. The vacuum stopper has a push mechanism that opens it, allowing you to pour out a drink. Once closed, it shuts tightly and does not leak.



I found that the Rhino Camouflask works very well for about 4-5 hours with hot drinks and around 6-8 hours for cold ones. Enough to quench parched throats on a family ramble? I guess so. Though we will need additional water bottles to see us through a hot summer day.


Disclosure:  I was sent a review sample for the purpose of this post, and was compensated for my time. All opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links.

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