'Mermaid' - reusable water bottle

Our first design!

‘Mermaid’ by Kate Millbank

Designed beside the sea in East Lothian, Scotland.

flasket is a sustainable, reusable bottle designed for cold and hot drinks.

Made from stainless steel with bamboo top.

What is flasket?

Reusable drinks bottles with fabulous, imaginative designs by Scottish artists.

It’s sustainable

Our aim is to help reduce single-use plastics by offering an alternative that is both practical and beautiful.

It’s art on the go!

Images that would look great on a gallery wall, ready to take out and about.

We do prints too!

Kate Millbank’s ‘Mermaid’ design as a screenprint to hang on your wall.

• 40 cm x 30 cm

• Fits widely available, standard frames

• Screenprinted by hand

• 320 gsm ‘Somerset’ paper

Our bottles

Made from food grade stainless steel.

Robust and recyclable.

Screw top

Stainless steel screw lid, with silicon rubber seal.

Topped with bamboo and flasket logo.

Double walled

Keeps cold drinks cold, and hot drinks hot.

550 ml capacity

• Weight: 300 g

• Height: 245 mm

• Width: 72 mm

'Mermaid' - reusable water bottle

Designed in Scotland, by the sea

We live and work near the coast in East Lothian, Scotland, not far from Edinburgh.

Our aim is to make things that bring pleasure to their owners; are reusable, not disposable; and contribute to the health of our planet by reducing the use of throwaway plastic.

We love to collaborate with our pals: artists, printmakers, designers, photographers, ethical and sustainable businesses … flasket could not happen without all these people.

Giving something back

We donate 10% of profits to the Marine Conservation Society, the UK charity working for seas full of life – www.mcsuk.org

Facts about plastic bottles ...

People living in the UK use 13 BILLION plastic bottles every year. On average, that’s 150 each.

More than half are recycled, but still 5.5 billion bottles are burned, landfilled or littered. Every year.

It is estimated that by 2050, there will be more plastic waste in the sea, by weight, than fish.

Want to do something to help? See the ‘Beach cleans’ section of the Marine Conservation Society website.

Information provided by our pals at Lil – Lower Impact Living – find them at dolilthings.org 

All the facts are from a House of Commons report, ‘Turning Back the Plastic Tide’ (2017)