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BonJour Coffee Unbreakable Plastic French Press, 12.7-Ounce, Ami-Matin(tm), Black
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- Classic carafe made with BPA-free Tritan plastic: crystal clear and shatter resistant
- Stainless steel press features flavor lock patented shut-off infuser that stops the brewing process
- Patented filtering lid reduces sediments
- 3 cup capacity, black
- Dishwasher Safe
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This item BonJour Coffee Unbreakable Plastic French Press, 12.7-Ounce, Ami-Matin(tm), Black
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|Item Dimensions||2.87 x 4.84 x 6.1 in||5.2 x 4.2 x 9.3 in||4 x 7 x 8.75 in||5.9 x 9.65 x 7.2 in||4.2 x 7.2 x 3.4 in||7 x 7 x 9 in|
|Material Type||Plastic||Plastic||18/10 Steel||Glass||Glass, Stainless steel, and plastic||Plastic|
|Size||3-Cup||34 oz.||34 oz (Classic)||34 oz.||12 oz.||Venture|
The shatter resistant Ami-Matin French Press features Bonjour's Flavor Lock patented shut-off infuser, stainless steel press and silicone basket. A patented filtering lid reduces sediments in your cup. The classic bistro-style carafe is made from BPA-free Tritan plastic that is crystal clear, shatter resistant and dishwasher safe. The assortment of designer colors is sure to add fun to your kitchen and coffee making routine. Noir black color and 3 cup capacity.
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Secondly, the container develops spider cracks in the bottom center after a short time (weeks). This will eventually open up and leak. Bonjour now has a lifetime guarantee on the product but it costs around ~$6.00 to send it back and then you have to wait weeks to get a replacement. It's a lousy way to do business, and I will no longer use their products. When the current unit breaks it will be the last one. I've already found an excellent replacement with http://www.amazon.com/GROSCHE-capacity-removable-silicone-included/dp/B005MG4AF8/ref=pd_sbs_k_4
This french press housing seems very durable, but the press portion does not. The cup is pretty small and barely makes my regular size coffee. I simply use my typical amount of grinds and then add some extra water to my mug. Cleaning this thing is kind of a pain, because the cup is so small. I kind of tap what I can out and then use water for the rest.
My gripe about the press durability is more related to the rubber seal than the actual press. I already had the rubber seal come detached from the press screen. It simply fit back into place, but it was a nuisance. The seal isn't great either, you get grinds above the screen, but the spout strainer catches most.
Overall, it is fine for occasional camping/backpacking/traveling. I would not recommend this for daily kitchen use. Stick with a Bodum for that.
The quality of the press was so good, and the seal around the edges of the filter so tight that it was too hard for him to press (because he doesn't actually have any liquid in it-only pretend it was hard to move when it was completely dry). So I just used regular scissors to trim the seal down a bit so that he could move the press up and down more easily. However, the quality of the seal before I cut it was ideal for keeping grounds of any size out of your coffee!! (So this press is very well made!)
I brought it back home with me and it does not sit in the cupboard awaiting temporary use. I now take it to work with me and make my coffee at my desk. The flavor is so much better than the Starbucks bought in the hospital.
People complained of the plastic scraping off into the coffee. I have not had this problem at all. I always begin with a freshly washed container and press. If everything is clean when beginning, loose coffee should not interfere with the plunging effect. No loose grounds caught in the rubber edges, no scrapes in the plastic.... right?