Bodum Travel Press, Stainless Steel Travel Coffee and Tea Press, 15 Ounce, .45 Liter, Black
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- Travel Coffee maker: brew Coffee or tea on the go and drink from same container when ready; enjoy your daily fix wherever you are
- Quick and easy: Simply add coarsely ground Coffee, hot water and seal the lid for a delicious, freshly pressed cup in minutes
- Stainless steel: made of vacuum-sealed, double-wall construction, this stainless steel travel mug keeps beverages hot or cold for several hours
- Durable design: French press mug features a Spill resistant lid, built-in plunger and colorful, silicone, non-slip grip for easy Travel
- On the go mug: Travel mug holds 15 oz. of Coffee or tea and is dishwasher safe for easy cleaning
- Please note: Extra lid is no longer included.
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Looks Hot. Stays Hot.
Enjoy a single-serving of French press coffee or loose leaf tea on the go with Travel Press Coffee Makers and Travel Mugs!
Brew and drink or use in the place of a traditional 3 cup French Press. The stainless steel double wall design with a vacuum seal maintains heat for hours while remaining cool to the touch.
How to brew coffee or tea on the go:
Stainless Steel Travel Press Coffee Makers
Silicone and mesh filter reduces sediment.
Stainless steel double wall design with a vacuum seal maintains heat for hours while remaining cool to the touch.
Non-skid rubber base and comfortable, ergonomic grip with colorful silicone band.
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|Item Dimensions||3.50 x 3.50 x 9.10 inches||—||2.60 x 2.60 x 10.20 inches||5.00 x 5.00 x 8.00 inches||3.80 x 3.80 x 8.50 inches|
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|Size||15 Ounce||16oz||—||21 oz||20 oz|
|Volume Capacity||15.0 ounces||16.0 ounces||12.0 ounces||—||20.0 ounces|
A good cup of Coffee or tea is always at your fingertips with the BODUM travel Coffee and tea press. Made of vacuum-sealed, double-wall stainless steel with a colorful, silicone, non-slip grip, This travel press lets Coffee lovers enjoy their daily fix on the go. It's quick and easy to use: add coarsely ground Coffee, pour in hot water, seal the lid and take it to go. After 4-minute, regardless of where you are, press down on the plunger and enjoy. For those that prefer tea, the BODUM travel Coffee and tea press works equally as well. The BODUM travel Coffee and tea press keeps beverages hot or cold for several hours while maintaining the aroma and flavors of a freshly pressed cup.
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Bodum is *the* name in French presses and other coffee and tea ware, so it's not surprising that this French press travel mug is as good as it is, but I still see reviews where people are frustrated, and rating it poorly, when really the issue is expectations that don't match up with how a French press works.
The three important things that you need to know are:
1. After putting in the coffee and the hot water (in that order) *immediately* screw on the cap, making sure that the plunging disk is *all the way at the top* (i.e. the plunger handle is sticking as far out of the top of the cap as it can).
2. When the brewing time is up, press down *slooowly and evenly* on the plunger, until it can't go any further down.
3. (And this is the most common complaint I'm seeing in reviews, causing poor reviews when actually the thing is working as it is supposed to) There is *supposed* to be an inch or so of coffee at the bottom that you *can't get to* - that is where the *grounds* are! That is how *all* French presses work! They don't press all of the water out of the bottom leaving only dry grounds (how could they, and even if they could, that would make your coffee bitter as all get-out) - there will always be liquid in that section too.
About the only thing with which I could possibly find to 'fault' this French press travel cup is that if you tip your head all the way back trying to get the very last bit of coffee, a few coffee grounds may escape from below the plunging disk and make it into your mouth. But I figure that's what I get for living on the edge and asking the cup to not behave like, you know, a French press.
I ordered this to an Amazon locker - they’re super convenient in Boston, good for travelers without stable addresses and seem to prevent any possibly of mail theft. The thermos was in excellent condition and I was eager to use it.
After about a week, I feel like it’s paid off. Starbucks coffees are $3-5. I got the thermos for $18.99 - the price has since gone up. A few tips:
- The thermos contains about 15oz of water, so use 4tbsp of ground coffee
- The thermos keeps water very hot, so if you want to drink your coffee at a reasonable temperature, you might fill the thermos with hot water until 2 in from the top. After the coffee is done brewing in about 3-5 min, fill the rest with colder water and then use the press to strain the grounds
Overall, would recommend for busy coffee drinkers!
Now, I know what you are thinking... she pushed the plunger down too fast, nope. She used too fine of grounds, nope again. I've been french pressing for a long time, I know the rules :-)
Needless to say, the cup found the trash can and I'm back to my old ways of brewing and pouring into a coffee mug.
It was an amazing product for the four months or so that it lasted.
It is super solid. Stainless steel was the way to go. The top part of the mug is a durable plastic. The inside has the press, metal filter with a soft silicone-like gasket to make sure no grinds get through. And so far, nothing has gotten through.
My Planetary Design press that I love has an additional mesh in the spout to further block anything that may get by; this press does not have this. I have yet to drink any grinds, though.
I typically don't use this to drink out of, so I can't comment on it from that perspective. I press my coffee, then pour this out into my mug black and THEN add my brown sugar. (The included directions seem silly for instructing to add milk and sugar through the spout... someone mentioned to just add those things BEFORE closing the lid and pressing, which makes sense.)
Haven't had this for very long yet but I'm going to put this through the test for a year and update this later. =)
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For a thermal mug it doesn’t keep your coffee that hot for long I’ve found but I usually drink quickly so it’s not a problem for me.
Well worth the money if you want good coffee in the go!
My other beef is that the circular filter at the bottom of the plunger stops nearly two inches from the bottom - the rod between the filter and lid-plunger piece is too short, leaving a couple ounces of precious, precious coffee at the bottom that wastes away and won’t pour freely through the filter element.