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Bodum 16-Ounce Travel Coffee Press with Bodum Logo - Red

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  • 16-ounce travel coffee press with ?Give Up Bad Coffee For Good? printed on side
  • 3-part built-in filter system allows for brewing and drinking from the same cup
  • Features spill-resistant lid and insulated double walls to keep coffee hot longer
  • Equally useful for loose-leaf tea; fits most cup holders
  • Safe in the dishwasher; models with clear tumbler and rubber grip also available
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Color: Red
  • Product Dimensions: 36 x 36 x 102 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces
  • ASIN: B00BOCMMZ4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
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Product Description There is no need to compromise on quality of coffee when you are out and about. With the Bodum Travel Press, you can take your coffeemaker with you. The travel press was designed so that you can brew your favorite coffee or tea and drink right out of the same tumbler. The double wall construction inusaltes your beverage and keeps it hotter longer while keeping your hands cool. The spill-resistant lid keeps the heat in when you are not enjoying your hot beverage. The Travel Press is simple to use. Simply add one or two scoops of your favorite coarse ground coffee or the appropriate amount of loose-leaf tea. Fill with hot water and screw the lid in place with the press in the up position. Allow the coffee to brew for 4-minutes (tea should brew 3-5 minutes or to your liking) and then press. Once you have pressed, open the lid and enjoy a balanced & flavorful cup of coffee or tea. To clean it up, just rinse out the grounds and handwash for best results. The travel press is a perfect brewing method if you just need coffee or tea for one, as well as while you are travelling, at work, camping or just out and about. Fits in most car cup holders. This version is decorated with the Bodum "Give Up Bad Coffee For Good" logo.

Customer Reviews

The problem is the flimsy rubber seal on the plunger.
C. Conway
I don't know if using a coarser grind will solve this and I always expect a little grounds in my pressed coffee, but this unit lets way too much though.
John M. Gutzman
The week before I originally wrote this review, I wrote to Bodum informing them of the problem and asking for a response and solution.
PBR Streetgang

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Nick S. on June 6, 2007
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
While I love french press coffee and am a fan of Bodum products, they always tend to be on the fragile side. The outside plastic on this travel press cracked within the first two weeks of using it. The material is less than what one would call "sturdy" and the press routinely lets stray grounds through even though I've been following the manufacturer's suggestions and using coarse coffee.

Great in theory, much less so in execution.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By John Z on December 1, 2006
Color Name: Black
This thing brews great coffee, plus loose teas. make sure your grounds are coarse though, otherwise they won't be easy to get out of the mesh. Instead of my old press where i used to have to wait at home to brew then clean both the cup and the press, this is a two in one device, and i can just fill it and tke it on the road with me, and the coffee's still amazing. and the whole thing is dishwasher SAFE! yes! if you like great coffee and don't have lots of time, buy this!
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By John M. Gutzman on July 19, 2009
Color Name: Black
First off, I try to only drink coffee prepared with a french press. I much prefer it over other methods. When traveling though, I can't take my fragile press with me so when I spotted this travel press I had to purchase it. I did not get mine from Amazon though. A B&M had it for much less money. Sorry Amazon!

Anyway, I have a few gripes with this unit. First Bodum did not list the capacity of the unit on the item nor the instructions. I had to go online to find it was rated at 16oz. Since I'm currently traveling I haven't actually checked this with a measuring device. I think the actual usable capacity is a little less. This is important since you need to know the right capacity to put the proper amount of coffee into the press. I worked by trial and error the first few days and found out about 2.5 tbls worked for the amount of water I was using. Since I don't have a travel grinder I had to resort to using pre-ground coffee in the unit which leads me to my second complaint. Grounds getting past the press. I don't know if using a coarser grind will solve this and I always expect a little grounds in my pressed coffee, but this unit lets way too much though. I often have a single layer of grounds on top of the screen after I've pressed the coffee. I don't have this issue with my home press using just a spring loaded metal screen. The silicone ring just doesn't provide the tension on the sides to keep the coffee from getting past. The next item I have a problem with is that the unit is not sealed. For a unit that is both a press and a travel mug it is not very leak proof. There is no seal for the spout that you drink from. The hole in the lid where rod of the press goes though does not have an o-ring seal.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Majnun on October 4, 2008
Color Name: Black
Used Bodum's for years and love them, they are usually the best, this is like a cheap knock-off. I broke my glass 12-oz press, this looked like it would be a good replacement, but it's poorly made. Bodum replaced their usual 3-piece screen filter system in this press with a 1-piece plastic-frame filter with a silicone "seal" around it, coffee grounds slip right past it. It's junk. I would not buy this again.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Alex on April 7, 2008
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
As the happy owner of two other Bodum coffee presses, I expected an effective product. The most important function of a coffee press is to separate the grounds from the drink. This coffee press completely failed in that function.

Both on medium grind coffee grounds and loose Chinese tea, the press allowed a significant amount of material to pass.

For example, 1 mm thick tea branches floated up past the silicone sides.

The basic problem is poor design: despite good quality plastics and metal stem, the silicone border is not rigid enough and not large enough to grip the cylinder wall. I do NOT see any material defects in the cup -- it just works poorly.

However, the top lid is quite sturdy and comfortable. Useful as an overpriced hot drink mug for cocoa or milk.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Z. gruman on December 22, 2008
Color Name: Black
makes good coffee, cheaper than any other french press ive seen and since i dont drink more than a couple cups of coffe this is perfect. easy cleanup, quick prep for brewing and its always fun brewing it french press style. great if youre on the go or dont wanna brew a whole pot of coffee or dont have time. you can even brew it on your way out the door its great!

bad reviews are warranted to an extent, it does have some design flaws but considering you would pay about $10 for a similar mug thats just a mug this one is worth it. as far as the plastic breaking i would think any similar plastic mug would break too but i'll have to see how mine holds up. you must use coarse ground coffee and press the plunger down slowly to avoid grounds in your coffee, even regular french press can get grounds in the coffee sometimes. the mug itself is tapered which is why people keep getting grounds, because the rubber ring doesnt seal well enough at the top. if they had a traditional plunger it would work better. just fill it up lower and insert plunger then add water above the plunger to finish it
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By L. Bruce on October 4, 2008
Color Name: Black
I use a regular Bodum press at home every morning to make my coffee and would use nothing else. I bought this to travel with and take on a camping trip so I could have real coffee. They way it is made, it only has a little rubber gasket around the edge of the plunger, and no matter how slowly you push the press, most of the grounds get by and into the coffee. Also, there is no screen at the top to strain out the grounds, so unless you like eating coffee grounds with your breakfast, I would steer clear of this product.
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