BEHÖVDVacuum flask, light green/beige

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On the way to the beach for a picnic or a friend’s cake party? Wherever the action is, the green-beige BEHÖVD vacuum flask keeps the beverage warm or cold.

Article Number703.538.90

Product details

Keeps the contents warm/cold for a long time since you don’t need to remove the lid entirely when you pour.

Keeps the contents warm/cold for up to 6 hours.

Wash this product before using it for the first time.

Designer

C Martin/M Elebäck

Article Number703.538.90
  • Knob/ Body/ Support/ Base:

    Polypropylene

    Washer:

    Silicone rubber

    Insert:

    Glass

    Handwash only.

  • Not to be used on a cooktop or a hotplate.

Measurements

Height: 12 "

Volume: 34 oz

  • BEHÖVD
    Vacuum flaskArticle Number703.538.90

    Width: 6 ¾ "

    Height: 4 ¾ "

    Length: 12 "

    Weight: 1 lb 10 oz

    Package(s): 1

Reviews

4.1(140)
Love this productMICHELEKeeps coffee hot all day5
Love this l store myLEONORALove this l store my ice coffee in it this is my favorite color.5
Works really wellKatieThis is my third one - not because they don't work but because someone stole the first one, and a student dropped and broke the second one. But because I like it so much, I bought it again (third time's a charm!). It keeps my coffee hot for several hours. I can't speak to cold beverages - I only use it for coffee.5
keeps items hotTHOMASkeeps items hot5
Good valueXinyeGood value5
Waste of moneyadeolaThis is the waste of money, it doesn't do what it's suppose to do1
Was not up to myCarmenWas not up to my standard use.1
GoodLawrenceGood5
Broke during first use.Russell a.I bought this last week and took it on a smooth and short road trip this weekend. The inside cracked, filling my drink with foil. Now there is a slow leak from the bottom. For all the talk about sustainable plastic I cant even recycle this.1
Keep water hot for aToniKeep water hot for a fair amount of time5
Looks great, and works but.......Marcelle D.Maybe i'm dumb but I can hear water inside and can't figure out how to open it anywhere to get the water out? I'm not talking about taking the cap off but "between the walls". I'm assuming there has to be a way to unscrew it or something, but I haven't been able to figure it out.3
Looks GreatKerryLooks great on the counter and works. Doesn't keep it as warm for as long as I had hoped. But does the job for a dinner.4
PerfectABIGEALPerfect5
Looks good but cap is terribly designedSandeep D.This is very beautiful looking but the cap design is terrible. Sometimes when there is vacuum the cap doesn’t open easily top of it it doesn’t have any edges or way to get grip rather it smooth surface slip fingers. Not practical and easy to use. They may need to come up with better design and more easy to use cap.2
I like the look ofDEBORAHI like the look of this carafe.4
It’s so pretty!OANHReally like the style and that it’s double walled. Makes me smile when I pour my drink!5
Can’t get enough of thisVERONICACan’t get enough of this product. It hold hot water for very long time.5
GreatBOJANGreat5
I went to all DepartmentDusankaI went to all Department Stores looking for something like this, and couldn't find it! When I finally saw it at IKEA I was so thankful and in no time bought another one! Great thing to have, keeps hot water for very long time, which is good when travel long distance.... It does require space, but the benefits are outstanding5
Drink in StyleAnneWonderful for keeping your beverage at the correct temperature while dining on the patio or in your office/hobby room while working. Very sleek and lightweight. Easy to open and close.5
BEHÖVD Vacuum flask, light green/beige, 34 oz

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