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Hot, aromatic life-juice anywhere, anytime.

Gourmet coffee usually reserved for overpriced shops, well that is unless you have the GSI Outdoor Collapsible Coffee Drip. Slip any brand of #4 filters into this slim, silicone dripper and experience caffeinated euphoria in the most remote locations. When it’s compressed, this little addiction-feeder is a mere one inch thick and 5 ½ inches diameter, so it takes up less space than your wake-up drug—just don’t skimp on the quality of the beans.

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3 5

So simple it's to easy

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Pack coffee filter. Done
We loaded the filter and just kept adding water, first cup so strong hut the next couple were perfect.
Not much to say. Simple and easy. Paper, rock scissor for who has to carry old grounds

5 5

Not just for camping.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Pour-over coffee is the simplest way for a great cup of coffee and this Collapsible Java Drip is great for traveling as it's much easier to pack than the bulky alternative. Plus, it's held up well to almost daily use and the occasional trip to the dishwasher. It's designed for a #4 filter although I've used a smaller #2 filter since that's what I have around and I typically brew for a single cup. But it's nice there's room for more.

4 5

Does the job well

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Easy to pack, easy to clean, easy to make cups for lots of people. Nothing bad to say!

4 5

Great little device ...

This thing works, plain and simple. It's not quite as small as I hoped it would be. Utilizes large filters. Make sure you experiment before using this in the back country. My first few cups were WAY too strong.

5 5

Clean and easy

this is awesome. you can brew great coffee and have no mess. i have used presses but they are a pain to clean up. with this you just fold the filter up and throw it in a bag. it also makes great tasting coffee!

5 5

Remember that time you left coffee at home?

I used to bring instant coffee on trips to avoid bring bulky coffee making supplies. Then I found this. It works like a charm and cleans easily. It also doubles as a funnel if you need such a thing. Store the coffee filters in the lid and slid it into the bottom of your pot set.

5 5

Who needs coffee at 10,000 feet?

Um, this guy does. Even though it's not super light weight, it's light and packable enough, and after a few practice runs in the kitchen, you can make some close to outstanding coffee, in the bush. Oh, and burn the filter and left over grounds in the campfire, no mess.

5 5

Gotta have my coffee.

What can you say it's does what it's supposed to which is make a good cup of coffee. I really like that it folds down flat. Make it real easy to pack. I think it might be slightly on the heavy side, but that could be me being picky.......

4 5

Easy to Use

This actually makes good coffee. You just keep pouring water through the drip until you have brewed the amount you want to drink. It takes some babysitting becuase you have to poor a little in, wait, and then poor more until you are done. I like it for car camping but I wouldn't bring it on a backpacking trip, not worth the luxury of drip coffee when you can just bring Starbucks Via's.

3 5

Java Drip - not bad

Got this for a backpacking trip on the Applachian Trail. Worked pretty well. I wish the hole in the bottom was smaller so the water would steep in the coffee longer but not bad for out on the trail. Compact and easy to pack.

4 5

No more paper towel in the cut-off PBR can!

This thing is way more packable than the standard plastic drip cups, and its really easy to clean. It folds down like those new Sea to Summit plates and packed up it'll fit right inside a set of MSR pots.
I've been meaning to pick some kind of camp coffee contraption up for quite some time, and I see this thing working just as well for backpacking and backcountry climbing as it does for car camping. Bring some filters.

4 5

Great Coffee Drip

If you like coffee and need to make one cup, boom!

If you like coffee and need to make more cups, boom!

If you like easy clean-up and easy use and easy packing, boom!

I love this drip it performs as promised and is a neat tool.

Buy it.