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Thermos 34-Ounce Vacuum Insulated Stainless-Steel Gourmet Coffee Press

by Nissan
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  • Thermos vacuum insulation technology locks in temperature to preserve flavor and freshness; Thermal performance rating of 6 hours
  • durable 18/8 stainless steel interior and exterior withstand the demands of everyday use; Hand wash only
  • Simple stainless steel brewing mechanism brews without electricity so you can make coffee anywhere in three simple steps
  • Contoured handle is easy to grab and comfortable to hold; Body stays cool to the touch with hot liquids
  • Light and compact design for effortless transport and storage; 34 ounce capacity
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Product Details

Size: One Size (Pack of 1)
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 4.2 x 9.1 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004S1DB
  • Item model number: NCI1000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,211 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,992 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

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Don't confine the pleasure of pressed coffee to home. With this combination of coffee press and vacuum-insulated thermos, European-style coffee turns up at the office or campground and stays hot three times longer than coffee made in a glass press. Simply spoon in ground coffee, add boiling water, place the lid on with plunger in the up position, wait four minutes, push down the plunger slowly, and . . . Presto! Fresh, piping-hot coffee for two or three hours. Lightweight and virtually unbreakable, the press has a handsome, satin-finish exterior and tough, nonslip, black plastic top and bottom. The press parts and smooth interior clean with sponge or cloth. --Fred Brack

Product Description

The time-honored European method of making coffee is now more efficient, convenient and delicious than ever. This 34-oz. vacuum insulated coffee press from Thermos Nissan keeps your pressed coffee at the just the right temperature three times longer than a glass coffee press. Press has an insulation capability of up to 2 hours and 147° F. Its stainless steel inner and outer body and press parts are dishwasher safe and easy to clean. Imported. 9Hx4-1/2W”.


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Customer Reviews

Makes a great cup of coffee.
Jeff H.
The screen did not fit and there were a lot of grounds in my coffee.
joebagadoughnuts
It keeps my coffee hot for hours.
Bruce N. Thornhill

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

317 of 320 people found the following review helpful By R. S. Winsor on January 16, 2008
Size Name: One Size (Pack of 1) Verified Purchase
I work in an office that does not allow individuals to have their own coffee machine due to fire concerns. Rather, they offer free coffee (ahem, if THAT stuff could be called anything other than hot colored water).
So, the french press is the way to go, and this thermos keeps the coffee hot just long enough for me, which is about 2 hours (don't know why they claim 6 hours, mine is OK for 2-3 hours). I have seen some negative reviews of this product, and I think those folks need to take a minute to work with the product a bit more. Here are my recommendations:
1. If it leaks coffee grinds, then look at the screen. There should be NO bends in the screen along the coil. This is where coffee grinds can leak through. Nissan should replace the screen for you free of charge if you receive a defective screen, which is not all that uncommon. You can also buy replacement screens at local kitchen supply places.
2. If you don't like the super-fine grained coffee that still gets through (I am like this), then do what I do. I place a regular paper coffee filter on top of the grinds prior to placing the screen on top. This does a fantastic job for me. It slows the press a lot, but the extra 10 seconds of press time is worth it in my mind.
3. Rinse the thing with HOT water prior to adding your coffee water. It makes a difference in my experience and helps make for a hotter cup of coffee.
4. Make sure the water you use is HOT. Be careful of some office coffee machines that have a hot water tap on them. This is usually not hot enough for coffee. You may want to use a separate container for microwaving your water to boiling hot before pouring into this container.
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212 of 217 people found the following review helpful By L. Spencer on October 5, 2011
Size Name: One Size (Pack of 1)
I went through several glass presses before seeking out a metal one I couldn't break. I've been using the Nissan a month now and am completely happy with it. I'd like to address a couple of issues I see other people raising.

Some have said it's not a double-walled thermos. It IS. However, the lid is a single (thick) layer of plastic. You can 'seal' it by rotating the lid so the spout is fully closed, but it's not as insulated as the rest of the press, and it doesn't screw on. What I can't say is how long it would keep fresh-pressed coffee hot, because I wouldn't think of trying to store it. Coffee made in a french press should be consumed IMMEDIATELY. It doesn't keep, hot or cold. You want coffee you can drink three hours from now -- use a drip coffeemaker. The oils that make french pressed coffee taste better than drip also give it a short lifespan. So make what you need, and drink up; it's easy enough to use that making it fresh isn't a hassle.

I've seen some reviews expressing concern that the mesh is defective, the wrong size, or hard to replace. I have the leftover parts of several other presses to compare it to, and I can state categorically that the mesh is a standard size, exactly the same as every other mesh on the market. I've held this mesh up under a strong light next to two other brands -- they are identical and completely interchangeable. Same size, same material, same make. I wonder if there's really only one manufacturer and they just sell them to all the makers of french presses to re-brand and resell.

So if you're worried about finding a replacement mesh when the time comes, don't fear.
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226 of 237 people found the following review helpful By meg000 on November 2, 2000
Size Name: One Size (Pack of 1)
I drink my coffee stronger than average, okay, my husband calls it "Jet A" (the fuel used for jet engines) and I've never been happy with these automatic drip coffee makers. It came down to a professional espresso thousand dollar job or this little Nissan and I couldn't be happier with it and the 9 bills I saved buying it. While some say it doesn't keep coffee hot for very long, well how long does it take 2 people to drink 2 cups of coffee each? I just fill the pot with hot tap water while waiting for the kettle to boil and this keeps the coffee hot enough. Much better than that burnt taste of coffee left on a heating element.
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262 of 284 people found the following review helpful By ShibuyaJon@yahoo.com on May 17, 2000
Size Name: One Size (Pack of 1)
I've had one of these press pots and have used it for about 5 years. The description says it keeps coffee warm for hours. This is not quite right. It will keep it drinkable for an hour (the press pot is not double hulled like nissan thermouses). I transfer mine directly after pressing into a nissan thermous. My press pot has been used daily and it is as good as new. I don't under stand why people buy the glass one press pots. This nissan will last forever! The mesh screen does get worn, but mine is not so bad I'd replace it.
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107 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Jeff H. on November 8, 2000
Size Name: One Size (Pack of 1)
I bought this coffee press about two years ago and I love it. Makes a great cup of coffee. Easy to clean, usually I hand wash it but about once a week I toss it in the dishwasher. (They say to hand wash it only, but it seems to do fine in the dishwasher.)
I find that it keeps coffee warm enough for a couple of hours. Maybe not as fun as the see-through glass coffee presses but I like the extra insulation.
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