GSI Outdoors H2JO Water Bottle Drip Coffee and Tea Maker

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GSI Outdoors H2JO Water Bottle Drip Coffee and Tea Maker -
Just say no to crappy camp coffee. By simply filling a water bottle with hot water, screwing on the handy GSI Outdoors H2JO! Filter, adding grounds and closing the lid, making a delicious, no-fuss morning brew is as easy as can be.


  • Fits most standard wide-mouth water bottles with universal wide-mouth thread.


  • Twist-on filter is light and small enough for backpacking.
  • Wt. 1.7 oz
  • Keeps grounds or tea leaves separate for easy clean up.
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Materials:Stainless steel and polypropylene.
Use:coffee on the go
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GSI Outdoors H2JO Water Bottle Drip Coffee and Tea Maker Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Ahhh Good Cuppa Joe in the Wilderness!

Tested this out brewing coffee in the Cowboy way and the Drip Filter way. Cowboy was much simpler, seemed faster. Just put the grounds in a 32oz wide mouth Nalgene bottle, screw on the filter and pour hot water through the filter, screw on the lid, put bottle in homemade cozy (used reflectix thin insulation and tin tape to construct a sleeve for bottle to sit inside), let it set for 4-5 minutes (some suggested leaning bottle on its side) and pour. Cozy kept it hot, and filter kept all but the finest grounds in the bottle. Hey, that's part of the allure of camping.
Drip filter, i.e. grounds in filter, pour water through, took more standing over and waiting for water to filter through grounds. Maybe a coarser grind would work better.
I'll just bring along a Hario hand grinder, and I can enjoy my son's home roasted coffee while we camp in the BWCA this June.
Both ways are easy to clean up, but be aware that you'll have to dedicate a Nalgene bottle to being the camp coffee pot. I can't seem to get the coffee smell out of it, so I'm thinking the water will have essence of coffee.
Lil M at Campmor on 03/03/2013

Best for Cowboy coffee

If you use this to put coffee in the filter and roll around it has a tendency to leak. When opened after rolling around as per directions (french Coffee) a blast of hot water can escape. I found putting the grinds in the water bottle,for about 8 min. with slight agitation and using the filter to keep them out of your cup works best. Downside: it only fits large water bottles. Sometimes leaks,needs no smaller than medium grind,burn potential. Overall a good product for cowboy coffee, not so good any other way. Cheaper than individual coffee bags.
I would purchase again. Just make sure you want to drink a 32 oz. bottle of coffee.
camps -a-lot at Campmor on 05/05/2011

Good idea but messy

Great coffee no doubt!!! Easy to put on standard wide mouth Nalgene bottle. I put coffee into bottle and then use the filter to strain it. BUT clean up can be a mess especially if out on the trail and where water may be scarce. Need to carry alot of coffee for extended trip. Great for weekend though. Really good coffee...
pete at Campmor on 08/08/2013

Cowboy coffee

Works best as filter for cowboy coffee, the only cons are the filter won't fit all water bottles and there is still some leakage on the bottles it does fit. I am glad I purchased it.
Stitch at Campmor on 09/09/2012

coffee on the go!

have not used yet but well built, fits perfect on a 32 oz nalgene bottle!
Chiefton at Campmor on 03/03/2012

for all coffee loving campers

this filter is good to use on the trail, on the road, or at home.
Two Paw Dog at Campmor on 02/02/2012

Negative Reviews:

Dont be in a rush for a cup of coffee

This is a bad idea except for cowboy coffee, where it only has to strain the grinds and you pour the coffee in to the bottle.
NOT better than a funnel and a coffee filter!!!
IPsick at Campmor on 10/10/2011