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Can I buy a replacement inner glass for the Thermos 1.8 Litre flask?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This guy may be able to point you in the right direction being an antique/collector's item.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
probably more economical viable to get a replacement thermos flask i'm afraid.
go for one of the stainless steel ones, they are virtually indestructible i have seen them run over by tractors , flat and still keep the contents hot.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
Hi I did a search and found your flask supplier and also found that yours has a 5 year warranty, so here is where you can get help to replace your stopper, if you go to this site you can contact thermos direct
if your in the uk simply go to www.thermos.co.uk and go to the support or contact page, if they cant directly replace it although no reason why they shouldnt, they will be able to tell you where you can get one, hope this helps
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
1/16/12 - Go to widgetco.com like I just did. Order a rubber stopper size 10 and/or a cork stopper #26. That way you'll have a back up should you lose one or the other. You'd think the thermos people would offer this as a possible solution rather than simply telling people that the thermos is discontinued in hopes that you'll buy another.
Customer service IS everything and some companies like thermos just don't get it. Cost for 1 rubber and 2 cork stoppers including shipping was around $11. Cheaper than a new thermos and adding to the landfill. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 16, 2012
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