‘Sneaky’ hip flask company seeks crowd-fundingBy Annie Hayes
The producer of a range of “sneaky” drinks containers has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds enabling him to launch a hip flask shaped like a can of deodorant.
The founder of binocular-shaped alcohol flask brand Binocktails, Scott Przirembel, is seeking funding of US$20,000 to launch his latest innovation, the Bev-Can Body Spray Secret Flask.
Przirembel’s previous inventions include a hidden flask inside a hairbrush, a digital camera, and a BlackBerry phone.
The new body spray flask is the same size as a normal deodorant can, and has been designed to hold between 205ml and 235ml.
If the campaign is successful, Przirembel hopes to have the product produced by September this year, priced between US$22.50 and US$24.99.
On the Kickstarter website, Przirembel said: “My team and I have been focused on designing and producing sneaky flasks for the last six years. With your help and support, we are prepared to bring the most unique secret flask ever created to the market in just a few months.
“Besides being the first secret flask of its kind, we’ve taken the Bev-Can a step further. Every production run we do will have a different look – the design and colour scheme will change – much the way you have different brands of deodorant in retail stores.
“This will be one of the best sneaky flasks ever made.”