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GSI Outdoors
Collapsible Java Drip

4 out of 5 stars
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Collapsible Java Drip

Gourmet coffee is usually reserved for overpriced shops—unless you have the GSI Outdoor Collapsible Java 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, so it takes up less space than your wake-up drug—just don’t skimp on the quality of the beans.


  • A portable pour-over coffee maker for camping and travel
  • Synthetic construction is lightweight and easy to clean
  • Collapsible design makes for easy storage in your pack
  • Unique flange centers the drip cone over your cup
  • Lid doubles as a trivet for your mug of fresh brewed coffee
  • Item #GSI003P
silicone, polypropylene
collapsible drip cone, cover
5.6 x 5.5 x 1in
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4 out of 5 stars

January 29, 2021

Sturdy and Easy

I've used it several times

I love how small this dropper folds up. I like using filters because of ease of clean up. It precisely fits over my thermos. I make coffee after dinner into a Thermos so it?s hot and ready in the am . I don?t have to get out in the cold Nevada air to make my first cup. My only problem is that it drips a little slowly so the hot water cools a little during dripping. I?m working on a way to solve it. Love putting the filter in garbage, wiping out the dropper and flattening to put away all compact. Then I wash with soapy water during day or at home.