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Do you have the correct product for your review? The press I purchased has no plastic components other than handles and pour screen. Read morePublished 1 month ago by kevin l harding
This is a piece of garbage. I was very excited to use my french press, and as soon as I began pushing down the press, the pressure forced the coffee out the bottom and it leaked... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert Beard
While I didn't buy this product at Amazon, I did purchase it at Target for $19.99 on April 24, 2014. Read morePublished 4 months ago by TNT
We had issues immediately with rust. I called for a replacement after rust was so bad that I was unable to slide the glass back in. Mr. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Eric C. Gosh
Poorly Made. The handle is attached with epoxy. When the glue fails, the handle comes off and can't be easily fixed, making it useless. Go with higher quality, like Bodum.Published 4 months ago by David Wilmington
I bought this coffee press from Walmart over a month ago. I liked how big it was (38 oz) for the price ($20). Other presses online were more expensive for a smaller size. Read morePublished 7 months ago by babyfoodmama
The handle broke off after 2 weeks of owning it. Could be easily fixed with superglue but.. why? Ended up purchasing a Bodum the superior brand.Published 9 months ago by JAboc
I did not like this item! The glass is very thin and easily to break. If you like pressing your coffee I suggest that you get a Stainless Steel one very good very sturdy.Published 9 months ago by Tony ., .
Unbelievable how easy the glass broke the first time I used this. Made coffee with it once, and when I tried to dump the grounds out the bottom of the glass completely fell out.Published 10 months ago by Arthur