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Bodum Insulated Plastic Travel French Press Coffee and Tea Mug, 0.45-Liter, 15-Ounce, Green
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- Brew coffee or tea on the go and drink from same container when ready
- Made of double-wall BPA-free plastic and keeps beverages hot or cold for several hours
- Non-slip silicone grip is available in an array of bold colors
- Spill resistant lid with built-in plunger
- Dishwasher safe
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Top Customer Reviews
Add coffee grounds and hot water...simple as that
Never again will I drink terrible hotel coffee
Also great for when you visit people who are not coffee drinkers
The system works well.
- Add Grounds
- Add hot water
- Let brew for about 5 minutes or longer if you prefer
- Press the coffee
- Drink. Take your time if you want, its insulated!
I was concerned when I bought my first one. I thought the coffee would get to strong if I left it at the bottom while I was drinking (unlike a traditional french press). However, the screen seems to only let the liquid pass one way. This means the coffee strength stays consistent throughout the whole period...even if you drink slow.
1- Know how to use a french press. If you know how to use a regular french press then you know that you should use coarser grinds and not just the Folgers from your grocery store. A french press requires the beans to be ground larger than a drip coffee maker. If you have too many floaties it's because you aren't using the correct grinds. Even if you do what the heck does it hurt? I drink my little floaties all the time and I'm still alive and it doesn't compromise taste. Same advice applies to loose tea.
2- This keeps my coffee and tea warm for two hours. Don't leave your drink lid open all day letting the heat out and you won't have an issue.
3- The seal is just fine! I can tilt my cup all the way back and nothing will come out. Don't believe me? Conduct your own test. Pour two or three inches of water in your cup. Seal it and press it down. Tilt cup upside down. I bet you five bucks your water won't come out. Dairy Queen Blizzard effect.
4- This will brew your coffee stronger than a drip coffee maker. If you buy premium coffee watch out. You are in for caffeine overload until you learn your own doses.
It's simple enough to use, put your coffee or tea (I've also used yerba mate) in and add hot water. Let it seep and then put the lid on and press it. This is where the problems begin.
No matter what I've used - coffee, loose leaf tea, or yerba mate - grounds or leaves have always gotten through the side. That's annoying and it's not too too bad but it has a worse problem - getting the liquid from under the press. The liquid under the press actually gets stuck underneath and you can't get it out without trying to tip the side of the circle without getting the grounds out. So, in effect, you don't have a full 15 ounces, but maybe 10-12, or however many get trapped under.
I used it a lot at first but then I stopped using it. I thought about it today and now I can't find it (someone moved it or I put it somewhere and forgot, either way I can't use it and I was actually going to use it today), it's not a big loss.
It also didn't fit in my car's cup holder, and this is a "travel" press.
It can be useful but it's not a great or even good product. It gets a 5 star for concept but 2 stars for actual execution.
I like that it is clear - I can see the color of my tea and press it down when it is as strong as I want it.
The press, I'd love it if it went down a half an inch more, but in the end, it doesn't impact the tea. Somehow this thing allows water to only flow one way, so the tea leaves don't keep steeping the rest of the tea. I don't know how, but when I get to the end of my cup, there is still tea water in with the tea leaves and it won't pour out. That is what keeps the tea from continuing to steep and get bitter.
It is highly functional for tea on the go and tea at work.
I don't like milk or sugar in my tea, so I can't speak to what the add process is like for those.
I have had two of these Bodum traveller coffee presses. The first I bought and it cracked first along the seam above the threads, so that the inside separated from the outside. I crazy glued it back together, but it then proceeded to get spiderweb like cracks along the base.
The second such mug I had was bought for me, since my other one had died. I'd not have bought a replacement myself, and would recommend to anybody else to stay away from this product entirely. This second cup never separated at the top, but also cracked along the base and up the sides like the original.
Note that Hudson's Bay, where both of these products were purchased, no longer carries Bodum products (neither their traveller cups nor their glass presses which are much better). Perhaps that was due to poor reviews?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was good as long as it lasted. But after like 7 months of once a week usage, it broke as others indicated.Published 3 days ago by Mohamed Hossam Khedr
Plunger does not form a firm seal. Coffee grounds leak into coffee making the brew undrinkable.Published 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
i bought this from target a few days ago. liquid gets trapped under the metal mesh/screen (as the screen does not go far down enough in the cup for me). Read morePublished 7 days ago by John M. Bolinger
I made the mistake of buying a replacement for the first one of these I bought. After the first one cracked and the inner lining came out, I thought it must have been a fluke. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Suzanne or Jean-Paul Richard
The acrylic material doesn't hold up to hot water as well as I'd like. Failed after about 4 weeks of daily use. Inner wall cracked. Read morePublished 14 days ago by EgyptianGouda
The tumbler is a great idea, but it has several key design flaws.
The first flaw is that the plunger does not go down as far as it should. Read more