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You can get a little grouchy without your coffee, but the MSR WindBoiler Coffee Press Kit makes it a little easier to get your caffeine fix on the trail. This collapsible, easy-to-clean French Press adapter works with MSR's WindBoiler stove system to turn your hot water and brown grounds into a delicious backcountry cup o' joe.
- A French press built for the backcountry
- Works with MSR WindBoiler stove system for easy heating
- Compact design packs easily into your bag
- Item #CAS004D
- WindBurner stoves
- Recommended Use
- weekend camping
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited 3 years
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What do you think about this product?
July 8, 2019
Coffee press kit?
The picture and description are misleading. The kit consists of a rod and a filter. Not much of a kit for $19.95. No worries. I'll never buy from this company again. Nor will I ever recommend this company
July 31, 2018
Perfect For Your Morning Camping Brew
- I've used it several times
Buy this when you buy you complete Windburner Stove System. It can be stored inside the rest of your system and helps keep everything in its place.
October 4, 2017
Wrong picture and product information.
The picture shows the entire kit but all you get is the press filter, so so misleading
February 9, 2018
Both the description and detail picture show exactly what you get...
April 9, 2018
Did you really think you were going to get a windburner and coffee kit for $24.95...idiot.
May 25, 2017
For Windy Rivers, Mountain and Plains
- I've put it through the wringer
This is the best in the wind, for sure! So, if you're in mountain or on peaks, this is a must. Also, I recommend getting their fuel if you can. It does burner cleaner and more efficiently, and faster. This doesn't have an igniter switch, like my minimo. But, I always take lighters, so it's not a real issue. I do wish they would make an attachment to use a frying pan. Maybe next year.
January 7, 2021
They Do make a pan!! It's an 8" skillet and works great. I use it with my 1.8L Windburner stove. https://www.msrgear.com/stoves/stove-systems/windburner-ceramic-skillet/13494.html
April 28, 2017
Best backcountry brew
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Great product, simple to use. I had a chance to use it a few times before my dog got a hold of it and made it no longer effective. I'll be purchasing another so I can still have coffee in the backcountry.
September 20, 2016
Bought this as gift for my brother, he loves to make coffee with it while out on the trail.
July 8, 2016
Great product, awesome company.
- I've used it several times
Use this every camping trip and make coffee for us and all of our friends. Love how it packs right into the windburner. I've never had an issue with anything MSR I've ever bought.
July 2, 2020
Hi, I have the MSR 1.3 trail lite pot & the MSR 2liter pot that comes w/ the pocket rocket kit. Will this press fit either of those? Thank you
July 12, 2018
Does it leave any coffee taste in subsequent batches of boiled water — in the wind burner canister that was used for pressing coffee? (Yes, I’m assuming you clean it within reason — backcountry style — between uses.)
November 24, 2016
I can use this without the msr wind burner correct? Like with any other hot water i boil?
October 7, 2016
So, trying to figure a bit more info with the coffee press. I'm assuming you boil the water first, then add coffee, then wait, then press? Reason I ask is that with my other backcountry press (separate from stove type), I can visually put the coffee in the bottom at ballpark how much I need, then fill with boiling water which is probably easier to do rather then filling coffee in at top? Will have to trial and error a few pots I guess...oh well...? Thanks
May 22, 2016
I have the optimus crux stove, can this be used with that stove?
May 23, 2016
Hey Darrien - This is just the Coffee Press add-on for the MSR WindBoiler so it will not work with your Optimus Crux Stove. Check out the Snow Peak Titanium Cafe Press (Item #SNO0052) as a good option for your stove. Feel free to contact me directly with any additional questions. - Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead