GSI Outdoors Java Press.
The GSI Outdoors Java Press adds a whole new meaning to your coffee. For you, coffee is not merely black; it is not simply a beverage to be had with cream and sugar No, coffee is a ritual, an affirmation of life, a warm embrace in the morning and a meditation on the flavor of the day to be savoured with dessert. For you, only the finest beans, the most aromatic roast and the fullest flavour will do. Coffee is a world tour, a rich journey, awaking you to new experiences and new ideas. For you, GSI Outdoors has created the finest French Press coffee makers ever conceived. Regardless of where your day may take you, the lightweight, crystal-clear, shatter-resistant carafe of the GSI Outdoors line of Java Presses will travel with you effortlessly. With EVA sleeves to insulate both your hands and your coffee, it assures the ultimate coffee experience whether on the ocean or atop a mountain and with a patented split-ring plunger design. The GSI Outdoors Java Press makes it certain that your coffee is brewed.
Get quality coffee when you're on the trail with the GSI Outdoors Java Press. The Personal Java Press makes just over a cup of coffee for solitary travelers. When you have company or just need more coffee, the 30 oz or 50 oz sizes each work the same way. Insulating sleeve is removable so you can check the progress of your brew.
The Java Press from GSI features a patented split-ring plunger design that virtually-eliminates "blow-by" for the most flavorful, mud-free coffee.
|Dimensions:||Personal Java Press/ 20 oz - 4.3 x 4.2 x 6.1 in|
|Included in package:||Personal Java Press - 20 fl. Oz. Carafe w/Lid Insulating Sleeve Patented Plunger Mechanism 17 fl oz Mug Insulating wrap Sip-it Lid|
|Storage Sack Included:||no|
|Weight:||Personal Java Press - 10.8 oz|
|GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless JavaPress||$38.66 - $42.95|
|GSI Outdoors Personal Java Press||$24.99 - $29.99|
|GSI Outdoors Commuter Java Press||$18.39 - $22.95|
|GSI Outdoors Java Press 30 oz.||$27.95 - $32.95|
I have used this daily for a year and a half now while serving in Jamaica. It has survived multiple trips on public transportation, insane humidity and some creative packing techniques. I love this press. I can drop it and it doesn't crack, and it is light enough to drag across island. My only gripe is that it seems to trap a lot of coffee under the actual press part, making it a bit of an effort to drain all of the precious liquid out at the end. Other than that, awesome press for the price.
I need coffee in the backcountry. Until I found this press, I was packing a "regular" french press with a glass jar that was relatively heavy. I was concerned that the plastic wouldn't hold up. I've now used this coffee press >10 times and its still holding up well. I purchased the stoic titanium long spoon (link below) with it and it works out great. The 50oz press it just long enough for the spoon to fit inside when you're packing.
Haven't got a chance to use this yet. Got the 50oz version. This thing is huge! I assume it will be great for car camping with multiple people. You can make coffee for the whole group in one shot. Has some cool features, such as a locking lid and little windows in the neoprene sleeve for filling purposes. Also I think this will be much easier to clean than other camping french presses I have used.
Does what it should. Makes coffee and cleans up easily. Could use a better lid with a sippy feature so I wouldn't need a separate cup or have to wait for coffee to cool enough to pour it down.
My name is alex and I am a java addict. I am an avid backpacker. The GSI java press is one the most amazing things ever created by mankind. I have nothing further.
we use this car camping, and it works really well - with the insulated sleeve, it keeps your java warm 'til the rest of the gang is ready to wake up.
The lid of this press is double-walled, but the body is not. The EVA sleeve keeps your coffee relatively warm, but not as warm or for as long as a true vacuum double-wall press does. I suppose the tradeoff comes in the weight category, but then again, if I'm carrying a French press, I'm not backpacking and I don't care about the weight that much. GSI makes a stainless double-wall press that I have used and that is awesome; however, Backcountry does not carry it.