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Sea To Summit X-Brew

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  • Enjoy your favorite brew in the backcountry with this coffee dripper
  • Collapsible design is lightweight and holds 2 cups of coffee
  • Food-grade silicone and nylon 66 construction is safe and durable
  • Reusable stainless steel filter strains even the smallest grounds
  • Use atop a wide-mouth thermos when you’re on the move
  • Fits inside the X-Pot and X-Kettle
  • Item #STS004Z

Nylon 66, food-grade silicone
[base width] 4.3in, [folded] 0.8in
Claimed Weight
Recommended Use
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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Works great!

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
True to size

I just got this today and was excited to try it so I boiled up some water I decided to use a paper filter since I had the right size. It made the perfect cup of coffee. The only thing I could see is that it will probably be better to brew it into a cup that really holds the heat like a yeti or one of the titanium ones. Really impressed how quick and simple it works as well as the compact size for my pack. I have not tried the wire mesh yet but I really think I would just keep that as a back up because the paper filter work so well.

>Rating: 4

It was not a favorite

I've used it several times

Purchased for my husband. He did like how its pack able but as far as function he was not impressed. Took too long to get a cup of coffee then the grounds got into it. He will go back to using his aeropress.

>Rating: 3

Needs some work

I've used it several times

I absolutely love the concept of this coffee cone - collapsible, lightweight, and with a built-in filter. It should be amazing. But, it's just... not quite there. It's difficult to collapse, requiring more futzing that I'm willing to put up with. And, most of the time, when collapsing the cone, the filter pops out, which requires even more futzing to re-seat. So, while this does make great coffee and is super lightweight, I'm just not sure Sea to Summit totally nailed it this time.