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After an incredibly busy period of long days, night shifts, and working weekends leading up to and throughout the Air Force Centenary commemorations and ANZAC Day, your Military Shop Team is taking some well-earned rest and relaxation over the upcoming Bank Holiday in the ACT.

So, while we will be closed from 28th-31st May, and unable to process any orders until the morning of Tuesday, June 1, 2021, rest assured any made, will be promptly processed on our return.

We appreciate your patience and understanding.

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Air Force 100 Hip Flask

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SKU:BN10265

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SKU:
BN10265
Product Group 2:
Drinkware
Product Group 3:
AF 100 - 6
Brand Group 1:
Campaigns
Brand Group 2:
AF100
Organisation:
Air Force

Description

A stylish hip flask for the discerning gentleman. This stainless-steel gunmetal grey hip flask is laser engraved with the Air Force Centenary Logo. The perfect gift for those special occasion.

Stylishly presented in a lined silver box with a display window cut out on the front.

The flask has a capacity of 6 ounces or 177ml & measures 125mm x 95mm

Then. Now. Always. 

By purchasing this product you are supporting the restoration and preservation of historic RAAF aircraft.

 

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  • Marcus Bagley - 26th Feb 2021

    4
    AF 100 Hip Flask

    A neat and tidy flask. Would have appreciated a little plastic funnel was included.
    Ridiculously overpriced (at $63) considering that it's a mass-produced in China item. A 'naked' flask is $20 so, even with paint and logo, $63 seems quite rude.
    Quality is OK.

1 Review

  • Marcus Bagley - 26th Feb 2021

    4
    AF 100 Hip Flask

    A neat and tidy flask. Would have appreciated a little plastic funnel was included.
    Ridiculously overpriced (at $63) considering that it's a mass-produced in China item. A 'naked' flask is $20 so, even with paint and logo, $63 seems quite rude.
    Quality is OK.

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