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100% necessary and worthy addition
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
After a few trips into the backcountry trying to hold the paper filter with coffee grinds in it over a cup testing my morning patience and not doing the trick, I finally decided to make the investment and addition of the coffee press to my jet boil. So far it has been a worthy investment. Never again will I have to make coffee cowboy style with grinds in it or hold the paper filter while the coffee drips ever so slowly until I give up and have but a couple of sips of coffee before a big day?.so not into that.
Just pack it in your jet boil and you'll never forget it. Styling in the mornings?definitely recommend this product!
a real eye-opener
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Hoorah! No more groggy mornings while backpacking! Only a little extra weight to throw in your pack (already bringing the jetboil) while backpacking to make some gourmet coffee. The only downside is that I know I will eventually lose one of the tiny parts of the press.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I love my Jetboil; the ability to boil water so quickly has transformed meal prep. Jetboil revolutionized the way that I enjoy the outdoors. It allows me to make quick meals for me and my traveling buddies with great consistency.
Great, quick meals are awesome, but I like to follow them up with good coffee. I also require quick caffeine ingestion in the morning. So, when I had a chance to pick up the Jetboil coffee press I jumped on it.
It was definitely a great choice. I used to settle for instant packets, tea, or infuser balls. But now a zip-loc full of my favorite ground beans and the Jetboil press is all that I need.
I recently used it to make some wild mint tea to calm an upset stomach on the North County Trail.
This press can also help around the house: last week the power went out and I still got my first cup in before work thanks to my Jetboil and this handy press.
I love how the press unscrews to fit easily in the Jetboil system.
When using the press make sure to kill the flame and the boil to end before dropping your grounds and attaching the press. Otherwise you will have a nasty boil-over.
This is a great investment: a must buy.
Great coffee maker for the outdoors
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Me and my girlfriend really, really like good coffee. After walking up some steep hills, nothing beats sitting down to drink freshly brewed coffee. Also waking up on nippy dark mornings and making a brew while still in your warm cozy sleeping bag, aaaaaahhh.
(you shouldn't use a jetboil inside a tent, but it's possible if you're super careful and have good ventilation).
Use fresh ground coffee, preferably not heavily roasted (but that's a matter of taste). I put about 3-4 full spoons of grounds for a full jetboil. Bring the water to a boil, but wait for it to stop boiling. Stir in the coffee, give it about 4 minutes and stir 2-3 times during that time. Press gently down and ENJOY.
-Boiling the coffee or pressing too soon or too early will make it taste worse.
- When you clean out the jetboil: rub some of the ground coffee on your hands to clean yourself after a busy day in the outdoors. Rinse with water or snow. It leaves your hands clean, smelling a bit like coffee and well moisturized.
French Press Luxury!!!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
If you are a true coffee consumer then you have already switched to french press anyway, so why not bring it with you camping? This stores right in your Jetboil along with the rest of the set up so you wont even notice its no inconvenience and you become the morning hero when you get to make coffee for your camp! Seriously, why not pick this up.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
It was my first time using this and it was not good but I got coffee so i am happy. First time i had grounds all over, in the coffee just everywhere, next shot i got grounds in the coffee but not all over. Then my GF told me how to use it, she worked at Starbucks for a little and WOW. Cant believe she watched me for 2 days.
So google it so see how to use it before you go out. I screwed it into the flat side (so there is a pocket to hold grounds), boil the water,turn off fire then add coffee,stir, let sit for 2-3 minutes (very important), push the press slowly down. Use course ground helps too.
All in all you get coffee in the woods so its a keeper.
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
This is a great accessory for my jetboil. It is super easy to use and fits right inside the Jetboil perfectly for use and transportation/storing. I boil the water first, turn the stove off then use the press. It's easy to use, super lightweight, and makes a fine cup of Joe!
Will this press fit the Primus eta sol?
My Ti Sol unit says not to cook anything...
My Ti Sol unit says not to cook anything in the cup, soups ect. For boiling water only. Is it ok to make coffee in it and use the press ??
Only add the coffee grounds after you boil the water. You will not damage the pot so long as you follow that one simple rule.
I use this out on my boat and when camping. Works good, though I prefer to make a little less and pour it into a 2nd cup rather than drinking from the Jet boil cup. Also don't put this on the cup until the water is hot and the fire off (duh) My Brother did that and we had hot coffee squirting everywhere!
If you have a jetboil this is a must have. Works great with real or instant coffee. Just be careful not to let it boil over.
So at first I thought this worked like crap, but it was completely operator error. You can screw the plunger into either side and if you put it on the bottom, you'll get a ton of grounds in your coffee. Put it on the right side and it works like a charm. Little messy cleaning the grounds off the press and jetboil cup, but that is typically for any coffee press.
Will this coffee press attachment fit in...
Will this coffee press attachment fit in the Jetboil Sol/Sol Titanium along with the other four standard Jetboil items (i.e., the burner, pot support, fuel cannister, and fuel stabilizer)? Others have already noted that fitting this in the Jetboil Flash cup (1.0 liter capacity; 7.1" tall) with the other four items is doable, but a tight fit (i.e., the plastic lid is just barely sealable on the top of the cup), so I'm curious to know if the Jetboil Sol/Sol Titanium (0.8 liter capacity; 6.5" tall) presents an even greater challenge, if not an impossible one all together.
Scott.. this will fit just take the screen and put it in the cup that protects the flux ring and the rod break in two and you can fit in side the stove
I found it to fit a couple different ways. Play around see what works best for you.
For day hikes or river kayak trip
The press works great with the jetboil system. I roast and grind my coffee beans and it's great to use them away from home!
Jetboil Coffee Press
Water is warming and fresh coffee is about to be ready.
Gotta Have Coffee
This little gadget turns your Jetboil into a coffee pot. Very lightweight and stores inside your Jetboil when you are done. Simply boil water, add your coffee and then press down with this gadget and you have some great and hot coffee.
It was very nice to be able to wake up and have a cup of coffee in the morning camping. I packed a small bag of coffee with the stove and it all fit easily. It is a pain though to realize that you have to wash the cup out after if you want to use the cooking system again though. Not much you can really do about that. There is some technique involved in lowering the press slowly. Then again this was my first french press experience. I'm sure it'll get better in time.
Team this up with a Jetboil and be prepared to have the best cup of coffee you've ever had!
I've only used it a couple times... and I wasn't too impressed. I got a lot of coffee grinds in my cup every time. It may be I have to practice my technique a little. However, I do have a french press at home and I never have this problem.
My buddies are jealous in the morning...
This kit was an add on after I had used the jetboil pcs for a few trips. the couple ounces that this kit adds is worth its weight in gold every morning I'm sipping fresh coffee 15 minutes before everyone else is. I've also used it for loose teas with great success. Added bonus that it packs into the pot even with the fuel canister in there with the burner.
Make sure your coffee is a coarse grind and you take your time pressing it out or you'll be sucking down grounds.
The small amount of water to clean it out afterward is a minor inconvenience if you're far away from fresh water supplies but I generally have my filter with me.
If you drink coffee like I do this kit will be invaluable in the field. Snag one and get ready to bring that simple comfort of a hot cup of gourmet joe with you on the trail.