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Jetboil Coffee Press

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    14 Reviews


    Brewing backcountry beverages.

    Don't doom yourself to cheap instant coffee with half-hearted flavor and grainy residue when camping, throw the Jetboil Coffee Press in with your kit and indulge yourself in an aromatic hug from a fresh cup of java to start the day. Compatible with an array of Jetboils and spare cups, the Coffee Press can brew up a storm in the morning to super charge you and all of your buddies for a day of adventure. But why stop at coffee? Remove the stem and flip the basket into your cup to steam fresh veggies or fish for a tasty dinner at the end of the day to give yourself a different kind of fuel.

    • Featherweight coffee press for camping
    • Fuel your morning with fresh brewed coffee
    • Compatible with an array of Jetboil products
    • Flip it upsides down to steam food for multi-function versatility
    • Item #JET001W

    Tech Specs

    ⚠️ WARNING
    This product can expose you to chemicals including Chromium (hexavalent compounds), which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to
    aluminum, plastic
    Zip, Flash, Flash Lite, MicroMo, PCS Sol, Sol TI, 1-Liter Tall and .8-Liter Spare Cups
    3.9 x 5.9in
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Easy, fast, reliable.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The first thing I always do when camping (backpacking, car camping, anywhere), is grab my Jetboil and make a warm Cup of Joe! Super easy to just boil some water, throw some grounds in, then press down and enjoy. Makes a great cup of coffee quickly and allows for easy portion and strength control. Super lightweight and packable as well since you can break it down and it gets rid of any trash you would have from instant coffee (and why have that when you can have the real deal). It's a constant in my outdoor kit.

    Perfect cup of joe

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    There is nothing better than waking up at a camp site and still being able to drink the same coffee you would at home. The plastic tabs worked better when I bent them outward a little bit before each use. Otherwise the grinds would just pop around the strainer. Also do not put the grinds in first 😂. But for a homemade tasting cup of coffee out in nature this was the best way to go.

    A step above cowboy coffee

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Yes, you may think that the coffee ground come through the strainer.
    Yes, you may think that the strainer is not the highest quality french press.
    Yes, this french press attachment weighs close to nothing, fits inside of the container and allows you to make some dang tasty coffee in the backcountry. What more could you ask for really?

    I understand wanting high quality coffee on the go and sometimes you make a sacrifice to have good coffee instead of cowboy coffee and this does the trick at almost no extra weight in your pack.

    Pro Tip: if you are getting grounds in your coffee - filter it through a bandana when you pour and don't worry about the grounds anymore!!

    Camping must have

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is an amazing attachment for coffee lovers that have a Jetboil. It’s quick, easy, and gets the job done. The only downside of this press is you’re left with coffee grounds in your mug… which I don’t mind.

    Make coffee in all sorts of weird places

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is awesome for brewing a nice cup of joe in the backcountry. The only complaint is that after straining the coffee, you're left with coffee grains that are a bit hard to clean out of the mesh.

    Drinking coffee grounds

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought this after using my friend's Jet Boil Coffee Press, and I'm not nearly as impressed with this one. It more or less presses the coffee but I still ended up with a lot of coffee grounds in my mug. Definitely not the same quality as the others that I've used.

    On the go java

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have the Jetboil Flash and the Normal size fits perfect, everything fits great in my flash as well including the stove. This comes together nice and the fit is amazing, if you do not like coffee grounds in your cup, this is needed. Oh and if you love coffee while camping or backpacking. Must have!

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

    I'm with Chris on this one. I'd say this is better suited for overnighters where keeping things clean isn't a top priority. For backpacking trips I'd rather just use the jetboil like normal and then dump the water it a kuju packet. Seems to be a much easier way to go about things. I imagine this french press will not get too much use unfortunately.

    Works well, BUT

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I had been eyeballing this for a long time and finally pulled the trigger on it. But before taking this press into the BackCountry, I decided to give it a little test run at home. Overall, the press did a satisfactory job, hence why I gave it four stars. The coffee turned out tasty, but there were a few grinds that managed to find their way into my mug. It wasn't a big deal.

    However, I wouldn't recommend taking this on a backpacking trip. The problem is that the what do you do with all the grinds after. The Jet Boil isn't that easy to clean without a source of running water and while it's only coffee grinds, it best to not just dump them into a stream or on the ground. Looks like I am sticking with instant while backpacking, but I still use this whenever I am car camping or in a campground.