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Personal JavaPress - Blue

Personal, Portable, French Press Coffee

Personal JavaPress - Blue

Personal JavaPress - Blue

Personal, Portable, French Press Coffee

Item# 79412

Price $27.95
Personal and portable, this 2-piece mug and press is lightweight and compact due to its unique nesting design. The insulated personal press brews two cups of fresh coffee (or tea), one to get you going and one for the road.
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Features & Specs

Nesting, insulated mug includes Sip-It Lid and is made of lightweight, shatter-resistant, BPA-Free Infinity polypropylene.

Silicone ring plunger design virtually eliminates coffee ‘blow-by’ for the most flavorful, mud-free coffee or tea.

Insulated, ballistic nylon-wrapped cozies on mug and carafe remove easily for cleaning.

Product Specifications

Major Dimension: 20 fl. oz.

Weight: 10.8 oz.

Dimensions: 4.30'' x 4.20'' x 6.10''

Material: Copolyester

Product Use: Gourmet Backpacking

Includes:
20 fl. oz. Carafe w/Lid, Insulating Sleeve, Patented Plunger Mechanism, 17 fl.oz. Mug, Insulating wrap, Sip-it Lid

Features and Specs

Customer Reviews

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By OcarinaMaker 15:19 PM 03/07/17
5/5

Hi! :)
This review is on the smallest of your Javapresses, the Personal Javapress, which I ordered a couple of months ago, but hadn't yet had occasion to use. I'm so happy with it that I felt compelled to review it right away.

This morning I am sipping my first cuppa joe that I made using it. My work requires me to travel frequently and I also camp often. My company flew me into Des Moines this week and if I'm forced to fly, rather than drive, I generally stay at an Air BnB. I've found that most of them have those Keurig machines, which I kinda hate. I bought this wee coffee maker for just such occasions, because I wanted something very small to pack in my luggage. I was a tiny bit skeptical that it would do a great job. I've had bad experience with the mesh, filter bit not fitting tightly enough to keep grinds from my coffee. Also, it seems difficult for coffee press designers to make spouts that don't misdirect the coffee all over the counter when one is trying to pour a cup. Your little Javapress did both of those things perfectly! In fact, I think this spout pours better than all of the Bodum, La Caffetteria, Java Jet Boil, and all of the many other coffee presses I've owned over the years.

I also wanted to let you know that I so appreciated the small-town-like interaction I had with the rep when I called to ask about the presses before purchasing. They even threw in a handled cup cover for me to use with the cup that comes with the press.
You can consider me a new GSI fan and one that will return for future purchases.
Thanks so much for helping my mornings to be bright ones. :)

By adam.tree 15:45 PM 07/06/17
5/5

Let me start by saying I love this "Personal Javapress".
I take vulnerable youth into the wilderness as therapy, so a cup of coffee in the morning is the therapeutic hug that starts MY day.
I've been using this same press since 2010; it's among the best $30 I've spent. It makes 2 cups easy, or if I'm brewing for friends I make it very strong and dilute with a pot of boiled water.
A suggestion for GSI - make replaceable plungers more available in stores. I've stopped using mine this year as I need to replace that part.
Other than that I give this 2 thumbs up from every coffee drinker I've camped with.

By OcarinaMaker 15:19 PM 03/07/17
5/5

Hi! :)
This review is on the smallest of your Javapresses, the Personal Javapress, which I ordered a couple of months ago, but hadn't yet had occasion to use. I'm so happy with it that I felt compelled to review it right away.

This morning I am sipping my first cuppa joe that I made using it. My work requires me to travel frequently and I also camp often. My company flew me into Des Moines this week and if I'm forced to fly, rather than drive, I generally stay at an Air BnB. I've found that most of them have those Keurig machines, which I kinda hate. I bought this wee coffee maker for just such occasions, because I wanted something very small to pack in my luggage. I was a tiny bit skeptical that it would do a great job. I've had bad experience with the mesh, filter bit not fitting tightly enough to keep grinds from my coffee. Also, it seems difficult for coffee press designers to make spouts that don't misdirect the coffee all over the counter when one is trying to pour a cup. Your little Javapress did both of those things perfectly! In fact, I think this spout pours better than all of the Bodum, La Caffetteria, Java Jet Boil, and all of the many other coffee presses I've owned over the years.

I also wanted to let you know that I so appreciated the small-town-like interaction I had with the rep when I called to ask about the presses before purchasing. They even threw in a handled cup cover for me to use with the cup that comes with the press.
You can consider me a new GSI fan and one that will return for future purchases.
Thanks so much for helping my mornings to be bright ones. :)

By adam.tree 15:45 PM 07/06/17
5/5

Let me start by saying I love this "Personal Javapress".
I take vulnerable youth into the wilderness as therapy, so a cup of coffee in the morning is the therapeutic hug that starts MY day.
I've been using this same press since 2010; it's among the best $30 I've spent. It makes 2 cups easy, or if I'm brewing for friends I make it very strong and dilute with a pot of boiled water.
A suggestion for GSI - make replaceable plungers more available in stores. I've stopped using mine this year as I need to replace that part.
Other than that I give this 2 thumbs up from every coffee drinker I've camped with.

Support & Warranty

Warnings

WARNING: Not for stovetop or microwave use. Do not fill above MAX. Before plunging, turn lid to close. Hold press at base and gently depress plunger. If plunger resists, pull up and begin again. DO NOT PLUNGE WITH FORCE. Use of excessive force can cause scalding liquid to shoot out of pot. Brewed coffee and grounds may be very hot. Handle with care. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Always respect hot liquids.

Caution

CAUTION: Use only coarse ground coffee. Always place unit on dry, stable surface. Allow unit to cool before cleaning or disassembling. Hand wash with mild detergent in hot water. Use only non-abrasive cloths and cleaners. Microwaves and dishwashers may prematurely age components. Should a component become crazed or fractured, please recycle the retired pieces.

Warranty

All GSI Outdoors products purchased in North America are fully warrantied to the original owner against manufacturer's defects in materials and workmanship.

Normal wear and tear, which includes, but is not limited to, scuffs, dust, dirt, abrasion, etc., is not a valid reason for a warranty return. Repairs due to accident, improper care, or negligence will be performed at a reasonable charge.

Downloads

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