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GSI Outdoors Java Press

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Save them from instant coffee and become and instant hero.

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
  • Item #GSI2262

Tech Specs

Material
(carafe) Infinity BPA-free polyproplyene, (plunger) silicone, (sleeve) EVA
Volume
30 oz, 50 oz
Dimensions
[ 30 oz] 4.5 x 4.2 x 7.7 in, [ 50 oz] 6.2 x 4.8 x 9.6 in
Claimed Weight
[30 oz ] 10.3 oz, [50 oz ] 14.6 oz
Recommended Use
campground coffee consumption
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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Mmm... Coffee!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This Java Press has served me well in the past 4 years. I've largely used it camping, but do use it at home, too. It's super durable and makes a solid cup of French press joe. It does filter the sediment pretty well, too. I broke my glass, fancy-pants French press a few years back and had been using this thing at home for the past few years (I did get a new FP recently, tho). That being said, the gasket does throw a temper tantrum every now and then, so it's important to wet the press before pushing down, otherwise it can get stuck (womp womp).

My only gripe is that it's a bit bulky, so it's best used while car camping.

It Survived Peace Corps, Which Is Huge

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought the previous version of this press in about August 2014, and used it almost every single day for two years at my rustic Peace Corps post in Central Africa. I left it behind so other volunteers could benefit from it (it was still in great condition), but I literally just bought a new one because I'll be traveling abroad again soon and I know I will appreciate having it.
I loved how lightweight it is, that it's durable and shatterproof (HUGE deal), that the sleeve keeps the coffee warm -- AND, with this newer version, the handle is plastic and attached to the body of the press, whereas with mine, the handle was just cloth and attached to the outer sleeve (which was really the only weird-ish thing about it that I didn't love, and even that was a minor complaint).
The plunger & seal worked really well to keep grounds out of my coffee, although every now and then the plunger would suddenly become really really hard to push down... But I was probably just doing it wrong.
I didn't even have running water, and it was still super easy to clean out. Love love love this object.

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!

Not actually double walled

  • 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.

Peace Corps Volunteer's Best Friend

  • 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.

Luxury in the Outdoors

  • 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.