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Thermos 34-Ounce Vacuum Insulated Stainless-Steel Gourmet Coffee Press (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Five-year warranty against defects.
- Hand wash with mild detergent
- Steel-mesh screen is replaceable
- Holds a bit over 1-quart
- Makes pressed coffee and keeps it hot for hours
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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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Did what it was designed to do. Enjoyable way to make coffee and I break everything I touch but thankfully I still have this item years later, due to the stainless steel.Published 1 month ago by Sandra R. Palazzo
Liked the idea and bought this for camping trips. Liked it while it worked but plastic lid broke after 4 camping trips.Published 6 months ago by Greg V.
Years after receiving this item its still rocking doing as advertised.Published 6 months ago by Theredwonder