GSI Outdoors Commuter Java Press

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GSI Outdoors Commuter Java Press
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GSI Outdoors Commuter Java Press.
The GSI Outdoors Commuter Java Press is designed very cleverly through which flip top lid seals the heat easily. It has recycled neoprene sleeve which provides an additional layer of insulation for hands and coffee. It also has non-slip foot which helps to keep cup upright. While the slim profile fits the car cup holder which leads to travel ease. It also features spill-resistant with comfortable plus foam. The crystal-clear and BPA-free carafe is lightweight allowing you to enjoy coffee anywhere. The design removes intrusive plunger rod and also replaces with an inner mug that creates double wall of insulation to keep ones coffee or tea hot. The GSI Outdoors Commuter Java Press is all around protected and easy to use everywhere.

Key Features.

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  • Comfortable foam sleeve provides an additional layer of insulation for both your hands and coffee while offering a soft, secure grip


  • Holds 15 fluid ounces in a slim shape to fit in car holders
  • Non-slip foot helps to keep your cup upright, while the slim profile fits car cup holders so your coffee or tea can travel wherever you do


  • BPA-free copolyester construction keeps it light and strong, shatter-resistant, and insulates to keep your drink warm


  • Add coffee grounds to the outer mug, pour in hot water, and then push the inner mug down into the outer mug, letting the grounds steep to make the perfect cup of coffee
  • Clever design eliminates awkward plunger rod by using an inner mug for pressing; inner mug also provides double-wall insulation to keep your coffee hot for hours
  • Inner/outer mug design also creates a double wall of insulation to keep drink hot while you're camping or on your way to work; recycled-neoprene sleeve adds extra insulation


  • Inner-outer mugs with recycled neoprene sleeve lets you make coffee with steeping design and keeps it hot


  • Flip top lid seals in heat and helps avoid spills; quickly unscrews for easy access to add cream or sugar and stir
  • Spill-resistant flip-top lid prevents lap-scalding accidents while letting you sip away
  • The GSI Outdoors Commuter Java press is shatter resistant and 100% BPA free
  • Crystal-clear, BPA-free copolyester carafe is lightweight and shatter-resistant so you can enjoy French Press coffee anywhere
  • 15 fl. oz. capacity
  • Weighs only 10.4 oz.
  • Sloshing yet unscrews
  • Sealable Lid w/ Loop

The brilliant and easy GSI Outdoors Commuter Java Press Mug makes hot fresh coffee in a jiffy when you're on the road or camping. This mug features a combo design with an outer mug that holds grinds and an inner mug that you press down to filter out the grounds and get the delicious goods. A recycled neoprene sleeve keeps it hot on a long drive or while camping in the cold. Spill-resistant, shatter-resistant, this mug is more than smart; it's strong.
Enjoy the delicious taste of french press coffee anywhere you go with the GSI Outdoors Commuter Java Press.  This ingenious travel mug replaces the awkward french press plunger with an unique inner mug press design and shatter resistant, BPA-free, copolyester carafe that fits in most car cupholders.  Double wall insulation design and insulating foam sleeve keeps coffee hot.  Flip top lid seals heat in, but unscrews easily to add cream or sugar.  Non-slip foot keeps this travel mug where you set it. Capacity: 15 fl. oz. Weight: 10.4 oz. Dimensions: 3.8'' x 3'' x 7.8''.
Manufacturer model #: 79421.

Sure, it's easier to open your eyes and drag yourself out of bed when you're facing a day of backcountry skiing instead of a long commute. But, if a hot cup of coffee can make the work day bearable, just think of what it does for a day on the slopes. The incredibly clever design of the Commuter Java Press removes the intrusive plunger rod from classic French Press designs and replaces it with an inner mug that creates a double wall of insulation to keep your coffee or tea hot while eliminationg blow-by and grit.


The GSI Outdoors Commuter Java press mug cleverly eliminates the intrusive plunger rod found on classic French press designs and instead uses an inner mug with a filter on the bottom.

French Press just got easier, how is that even possible you ask? The Commuter Java Press from GSI uses a BPA free Double insulated to go cup with built in screen press to keep your coffee free from debris, just fill with grounds, add water, wait for 4 minutes, plunge and go.

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Pressed for time in the morning? Let GSI help you streamline your coffee brewing system by combining your French Press and travel mug into one! The Commuter Java Press ingeniously steeps, presses, and serves your coffee to make your mornings a little less hectic.

Country of Origin: Imported
The Perfected, French Press Coffee Mug. Incredibly clever design removes the intrusive plunger rod from classic French Press designs and replaces it with an inner mug that creates a double wall of insulation to keep your coffee or tea hot while eliminating blow-by and grit.

, flip top lid seals in heat and sloshing yet unscrews easily for unencumbered access to stir or add cream and sugar.
• Comfortable PLUSfoam, recycled Neoprene sleeve provides an additional layer of insulation for both your hands and your coffee while offering a soft, secure grip.
, BPA-free Carafe is lightweight and shatter-resistant allowing you to enjoy French Press coffee anywhere.
• Volume: 15 fl. oz.
• Weight: 10.4 oz.
• Dimensions: 3.80 x 3.00 x 7.80 in.
• Material: Copolyester, Foam.
• Includes: 15 fl. oz. Press Mug, Sealable Lid w/ Loop, Insulating Sleeve, Non-Slip Foot

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Capacity:15 fl oz
Dimensions:3.8 x 3.0 x 7.8 in/ 97 x 76 x 198 mm
Includes:15 fl. oz. Press Mug
Liquid capacity (L):0.4 liter
Liquid capacity (fl. oz.):15 fluid ounces
Material:Copolyester, Foam
Weight:10.4 oz/ 295 g

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GSI Outdoors Commuter Java Press Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Lovin' It

This is an awesome coffee/loose tea press. I have been using the Commuter press for about a month now and it is amazing. Great for on the go and at camp. The insulating sleeve keeps your beverage hot and the press does an amazing job. Unlike other mug presses you can not add sugar or baileys after you push the plunger. All you have to do is twist off the top and add your coffee/tea extras then twist the top back on. The press does not need to be taken out till you are finished and need to clean. I do recomend cleaning the press right after use. the filter on the bottom does not screw off and is too long and narrow for my mitts to get a sponge down in the inner tube. A brush with handle is the solution or boil some water and soak it. Either way that is a small issue compared to the benefits.
Mr Cool at REI on 09/09/2013


This mug is amazing. I have never invested in a frenchpress mug because they seemed a little bulky and difficult to use. This mug has a unique inner/outer caraf design that makes it very simple to use and doesn't contain an actual "press". Therefore you're able to add milk or whatever you want to the coffee after you've pressed it, something you can't do with other french press mugs. I'm using it at work very often (the coffee at work is horrible, this makes much better stuff), and plan on taking it backpacking to replace instant coffee (yay!). The only issue I've had is that it is a little difficult to remove the inner carafe after use to clean it. The liquid between it creates a little adhesion, so don't let it dry with the components put together.
michellcarrie at REI on 10/10/2013

I picked this up for backpacking since it's pretty lightweight and can hook me up with my morning caffeine fix, but it's turned into an every day go-to. Hot water+coffee+ enough time for me to get down to my car and start driving. I have the freshest-pressest coffee ever, and I don't have to clean the coffee machine when I get home.

Joshua Barnes at on 09/11/2013

Picked this awesome little guy up after our regular press broke. It's lightweight, does a decent job of insulating, is easy to clean, and makes liquid sleep. The only negative is that I drink a lot of coffee when I'm camping and could really use a 20-24 ounce version

Bob G. at on 09/26/2013

Negative Reviews:

I've worn more coffee than I've made

I'm pretty dissapointed in this mug after having it for a few months. I've tried and tried again to be happy with it but no matter what, I've ended up wearing (or wasting) more coffee than I've made.

I'm not new to using French Presses (I know what the beans need to be ground as, etc), and I roast my own coffee, so every drop wasted is something significant to me (wow, that sounds cheesy, but it's the truth..).

That said, I've watched reviews online of how people use this product properly, and have treid those same methods- no dice.

In addition to the coffee overflowing when pressing, I've walked to the bus stop with it, and have had more come out onto my clothes from just walking with it, or have had it spill up on me when drinking from it like I would a typical mug.

All in all, this is a long review, but it only speaks to my dissapointment. I've opted to use my regular french press, and pour the coffee into this at this point and use it as a travel mug; this product is a huge letdown.
JAinPA at REI on 01/01/2014