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GSI Outdoors Personal Java Press Coffee Maker

by GSI

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  • Personal, Portable, French Press Coffee
  • Nesting, insulated mug includes Sip-It Lid and is made of lightweight, shatter-resistant, BPA-Free Infinity clear polypropylene
  • Insulating EVA sleeves on mug and carafe remove easily for cleaning
  • Includes: 20 fl. oz. Carafe w/Lid, Insulating Sleeve, Patented Plunger Mechanism, 17 fl.oz. Mug, Insulating wrap, Sip-it Lid
  • Insulating EVA sleeves on mug and carafe remove easily for cleaning.
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Product Description

The Personal Java Press separate mug and carafe eliminates over-brewed, muddy coffee produced by most personal French Presses. Silicone ring plunger design virtually eliminates coffee ‘blow-by’ for the most flavorful, mud-free coffee. Nesting, insulated mug includes Sip-It Lid and is made of lightweight, shatter-resistant, BPA-Free Infinity clear polypropylene. Treeline insulating EVA sleeves on mug and carafe remove easily for cleaning.

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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B007F88OQW
  • Item model number: GSI-79
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #65,668 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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This product is sturdy and well made.
Denise
While a bit of a pain to clean (not really, but I like to complain) I love it Very easy to use and works nicely.
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Most importantly, it makes a great cup of coffee.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By T. C. Willson on July 20, 2009
Color Name: Blue
We recently bought the GSI Personal Coffee Press along with the GSI manual grinder for use in making small daily coffee batches at home and when we camp. They work very well in both situations, which is pretty remarkable.

The Personal Java Press combines a reasonably durable and effective 2-3 cup plastic coffee press with a 1-1.5 cup insulated mug that nests inside for transport. The nesting feature makes this a fairly space efficient and very weight efficient coffee maker and mug combination for 1-2 people to use while camping. The capacity is also perfect for the individual or couple who needs fresh coffee every morning and doesn't like reheating old coffee from a larger automatic mater. (We have a 12 cup automatic drip, that really doesn't make good coffee in quantities smaller than 4 cups.) It works well using ground coffee, but you do get a small amount of sediment. You do get less sediment using a courser grind, and the Press works very well with the GSI hand grinder when you set it at a medium peculator grind (only a little courser than high volume store brands but a lot courser than a fresh ground drip or espresso grind).

The cylindrical shape and lack of a protruding spout means that some of the coffee you pour soaks into foam insulation, so it is best to do the pouring over a spill friendly counter. The cylindrical cup is also very difficult to drink from without dripping because it has no lip. The lid for both the cup and the press work well for keeping heat in without taking up space, but are a compromise between preventing spills and allowing access for pouring or sipping. Basically I would suggest the cup is very useful for camping, and just too messy and awkward for use as a regular mug at home or as a travel mug separate from the press.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Carlos Cortes Gomez on May 18, 2011
Color Name: Blue Verified Purchase
I bought this product for its price, my previous experience with GSI products and because there are two articles in one, the press and the mug. The last one can be placed within the first one to save space, and well, when you camp one important point is to save space, no matter if you are backpacking or doing car camping. In general other reviewers have already said many things about this product, but overall I have had no problems when I serve the coffee to one cup or to the included mug. I pour the coffee mug in a "normal" way, but carefully as you normally would do it with any other french press, no hurries and have not had problems spilling coffee when serving the coffee in my mug.

Another important feature is that in my experience, there's no a 100% efficient java presses (french presses) to prevent sediments from coffee beans in to the bottom of the mug. There are some better than others, but no 100% effective when filtering the liquid. This coffee is one of the best I've ever had. The filter (mesh) fits very well into the container and the pores or holes of the mesh are small enough to make a decent job with the sediments.

The coffee stays hot for a while. I guess this is due in part to the lid of the mug and the neoprene cover, but if you want to have a hot coffee for over several hours this is not the product you need, get a thermo with the java press instead.

However, something I did not like is that the lid that comes with the mug is not very comfortable to drink from it, at least not for me. It could be better if GSI make a lid similar to those regular lids or covers provided in the cups that you get in a regular coffee shop. However, so far at this time the liquid has not drained out of my lips and my clothes have remained without coffee stains.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael T. on December 12, 2012
Color Name: Camouflage Verified Purchase
I'm over in afghanistan on deployment and was told to get this french press by a buddy of mine in special forces. I don't give it as much a beating as he does but it's definitely held up for me and made a fair amount of good cups of coffee. Cleaning is easy, simple and it doesn't stink if I can't wash it right away. I plan on taking it home for my camping trips so that i can always have a cup of joe.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tanya Van on September 7, 2011
Color Name: Blue Verified Purchase
I'm a backcountry hiker and carry this item as one of my essentials in my pack. It's perfect for my trips. It makes just the right amount of coffee for me and my husband. Most of the time I use French Press ground coffees. I bought a sample pack of flavored coffee once and just threw it in my pack. This press did just fine with the finer grind of coffee. I was impressed with the fact that I didn't have a bunch of dregs in my cup in spite of the smaller grind.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By BackPackerPhil on November 28, 2010
Color Name: Blue Verified Purchase
If you enjoy your multi day backpacking/hiking and you must have your coffee, this is an awesome product. Now Im not a super ultra lightweight backpacker enthusiest, but I try to keep the weight down as much as possible. There are more weight effecient ways to make coffee but this is super conveinent and works great. I always bring it with me on my multi day hikes and put it in my pack- its a good buy-
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By RagingBuddhist on March 20, 2013
Color Name: Blue Verified Purchase
I'm always looking for a way to downsize my camping gear and thought a press would be a great way to get rid of my percolator. Percolators take an eternity to brew when you NEED THAT JAVA NOW and tend to burn coffee anyway so, after a little searching for one that I thought might suit me, I bought this one.

It arrived today and I immediately opened it, washed it and started some water on the stove to check it out. Even using regular ground Folger's French Roast, I was impressed with the results. It only took a few minutes to make a couple cups of coffee and I didn't get any grounds in my mug. Then is definitely a welcome addition to my camping gear.

The only quibble I have is the tab used for taking the lid off the press. It's very small and, if you don't have fingernails, I can see that it would be somewhat hard to remove. For winter camping with gloves on, it's got to be next to impossible. But, other than that, with the ability to keep the press, the mug and a bag of coffee all in one small package, this is an absolute winner. The only problem now is getting enough time to actually go camping...
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