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Nothing will make you a hero in the eyes of your fellow campers or skiers faster than whipping up a great cup of coffee with the GSI Outdoors Java Press. This lightweight, easy-to-use system includes a silicone plunger design that virtually eliminates blow-by for an extra-flavorful cup. Lightweight, BPA-free, and shatter-resistant material holds up to years of life outdoors.

  • Infinity polypropylene will not absorb odors and is super-lightweight and dishwasher-safe
  • Double-walled design and EVA sleeve keep your beverage warm; sleeve slides off for easy cleaning

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4 5

pretty cool

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This thing gets the job done and is big enough to make 5 people a cup. You'll definitely want to share with others, cause the coffee doesn't stay hot for long..

5 5

My life blood

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

my boyfriend got this for me for my birthday because I always wanted coffee while camping! This thing is awesome, durable, and cleans easily. Its got this awesome sleeve that will keep your coffee warm for a long time! Its got a great plunge and the seal doesn't allow any coffee grounds to ruin your drink! The only downside is that I stained my sleeve with the coffee itself and that makes me sad but its still great coffee! Dark, rich, and thick!

Detail view.

Detail view.

Note the spout, pull tab opposite the spout, and the loop at the bottom of the pot (under the handle).

5 5

awesome

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I make coffee with this every morning.

3 5

Not actually double walled

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

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.

5 5

Peace Corps Volunteer's Best Friend

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

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.

5 5

Works great!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Super cool little press. Works well. Makes coffee. Easy to use.

4 5

Luxury in the Outdoors

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

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.

4 5

nice press

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

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.

5 5

Great Coffee Press

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.
http://www.backcountry.com/stoic-ti-spoon-long

4 5

Makes coffee

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.

5 5

addicto a cafe

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.

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Has anyone else had an issue with this thing leaking while pouring?

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I haven't. Just bought it a couple of weeks ago and have only used it 4 times but I haven't had an issue.