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The Cutting-Edge Secret Flasks
By admin on Sunday, August 25th, 2013 11:19 PM

As “the law” gets smarter, those who make secret flasks will have to stay one step ahead.  That is why Binocktails is always looking to create new secret flasks that are one step ahead of “Johnny Law”.

Cell phone flasks have been around for 20 years, and most still look like the mobile phones from 20 years ago. That kind of secret flask is not going to help you sneak booze into the hot new nightclub lined with security people, some of whom might not be happy knowing you’re going to have a good time while they are stuck doing bag checks. That’s why we created the Bev-Burry, a flask that looks like a BlackBerry. It’s much more current and considerable less likely to be noticed.

Something else that needs to change with the times is the binoculars flask. Surprisingly, there are still many models on the market that look like an antique.  (And perhaps even more surprising is that people still buy them!) A flask that looks like a 40-year-old set of binoculars probably isn’t going to get you drunk at the next college football game. That is why we redesigned the binocular flask to look sleek and modern, from this decade, not from the era when hippies were still going strong.

Again, in an effort to stay ahead of the game, this year we created a new secret flask, the Bev-Brush. Yes, it’s exactly what is sounds like … a brush that is a flask. It looks so realistic, no one will EVER give it a second glance. Why, because it actually is a real paddle brush, complete with a mirror on the back, that also holds over 6 oz. of alcohol to help you save a few bucks at the trendy downtown club. For added realism, make sure you use the brush before you go out so there will be some hair in the bristles.

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