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GSI Outdoors 4 Cup Stainless Mini Expresso

by GSI

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  • Exceptionally easy to use, this mini stovetop espresso maker brews four double shot (2.5 fl oz) servings in 90 seconds
  • Ultra-rugged Glacier Stainless steel construction provides years of reliable brewing
  • Includes instructions and recipes
  • Material Stainless Steel
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Product Description

With generous capacities ranging from 8 cups all the way to 36 cups, these coffee makers are a necessity for any camper who needs to make coffee for a large party.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000PGHD36
  • Item model number: 65104
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,704 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I have taken to using at home too as it does a better job than my electric espresso maker.
Michelle Holcomb
Lived in a converted school bus and motorcycle camping had to figure out the best way to make coffee, this is it.
Annabelle Duniphin
It requires quite a bit of patience to make sure everything is exact beofre it works properly.
A. Salaman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Well Read on November 20, 2012
I first got this for camping and found out quickly that it makes a better cup of coffee with less hassle than many other more expensive methods. I use it on my kitchen stove and it fits right into my morning routine so I can bring a perfect cup for the ride to work without having to make a drop more than I want.

I see that one of my fellow reviewers has had to replace this item several times and I have a fix for that. The only part that will wear out is the gasket in the screw-on top. Once this gets worn to the point where it doesn't make a good seal, the pressure will seep out and by the time the coffee begins to come out the siphon tube, it is a superheated scalded undrinkable mess. Try the following, your mileage may vary:
1. Carefully dig the old gasket out. A utility knife or paring knife will do. The strainer disk will come free at this point. Take this opportunity to clean the strainer disk and the screw-on top.
2. Get a tube of silicone caulk at the home improvement store. Get the small tube that doesn't require a caulk gun. (Silicone caulk is rated for temperatures well above boiling once it is cured.)
3. Hold the strainer disk in place with your thumb and smear the caulk around the groove you dug the old gasket out of. The caulk should come all the way to where the threads start. (An application of caulk is called a "bead".)
4. Use a wet index finger to smooth the bead. Set the screw-on top at the edge of a counter or table where it won't be disturbed and where the siphon tube can hang off the edge allowing the unit to sit flat, "threads-up." Check the directions on the caulk for the complete cure time.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By adam sykes on July 10, 2013
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nothing like some proper steam brewed coffee over the campfire. This is much better than the aluminum versions. Takes a lot of coffee to work, but worth it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By michael on May 6, 2013
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i bought a one-shot and also this 4-shot. The 1-shot was disappointing due to leaking pressure valve and short takeup tube and the black plastic protector being too thin and nothign like the photo.

This 4-shot one is disappointing due to the black protector actually sliding up and down the shaft of the output tube. It is loose. (incidentally it looks like the photo, and this is also the protector that I received on the one-shot). For a supposedly premium quality product this is a poor result - two items, two disappointing build-quality experiences.

It does however make a nice coffee, it is stainless steel rather than aluminium, and it is a convenient travel accessory. If I had not also had the bummer one-shot I would have been more forgiving on the sliding plastic.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Colleen on January 13, 2014
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I have both sizes of this item, and I noticed the larger one makes approximately the same amount as the smaller one...I think it is the placement of the steam vent in the bottom part...I would just replace with the smaller size in future...
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michelle Holcomb on July 30, 2012
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The first was my kelty microfleece sleeping bag warmer, but if I have to get out of that on a cold morning, at least I can slide ride into a nice hot espresso to make up for it. This thing will take the worst ground coffee (stale folgers that was left over from the last camping trip) and the worst tasting water (North Texas lake water in August) and turn it into wine...wait...wrong time of day. But you get the idea. Easy, fast, worth the weight, you can make regular coffee if you water it down, or drink it straight up. The trick is to screw the thing down as tight as you can when you put it together. I use it with a jetboil stove, you will want a large mug to catch the espresso, because it does splatter and sputter. Totally beats any coffee I have ever made outdoors, and I own the lot of camping and backpacking coffee makers - drip, propane, press, percopot - tried em all and nothing comes close to the flavor this little device doles out. I have taken to using at home too as it does a better job than my electric espresso maker. I will not hesitate to take this backpacking - at a pound of weight, its absolutely worth it!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert Gordon on March 12, 2014
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I love this coffee maker, but warning, it splatters because of its design, so you have to chose the right cup to accompany it. The cup must be tall and able to accommodate a full cup of coffee, because near the end of the 'brew', the water jets out with a lot of force, and splatters, so the wrong mug could make a mess. Also, it helps if the cup has a protective handle, or doesn't get too hot, as the metal base transfers a lot of heat. The ideal mug would be tall and wide, with an insulated handle, and a cover that allows just the spout to enter. I am surprised that GSI hasn't developed one, yet.

I used to have the single cup aluminium version, and I found I had to waste a lot of time as a decent coffee for me is about 3 or four of what the smaller one produces, but this one gives me a nice healthy mugful, in about the same amount of time, and at not much extra weight. Also, I was a bit sketched out at using aluminium at such a high temperature, so the stainless steel is worth it to me, as it is less likely that I imbibe some of the metal.
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