Czechoslovakian canteen with cover and straps, surplus

9.99 EUR
Czechoslovakian canteen with cover and straps, surplus
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Condition

Used, but perfectly serviceable. We strong suggest washing the bottle well before use, just in case. The overall condition looked pretty nice.

Product reviews

Rating average 3.5/5 - 2 ratings.


3/5
I would recommend for a friend
18.05.2017
Got three of them. First one was a lemon. All dented, full of limescale and unknown central european cold war microorganisms. Both straps and cover seem to be used as fuck. Just saved the nice plastic cap and hand washed the cover. The other two were probably unissued. The best one was a 1955 (!) canteen, with cork cap.
Best for collecting tho. The plastic caps leaks anyway and the cork one its just a gimmick. Still will try the '55 one. Boiled water on It so it'll be fine.
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4/5
I would recommend for a friend
17.09.2017
Love it,real retro and seems bomb proof
The plastic stopper seals ok
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