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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best camp coffee ever Received as a gift - at first I thought it was rather bulky and big in size but I decided to put it to the test. I add water to the thermos the night before. I store coffee grains in the cap. Come morning I just pour water from the thermos into nesting pot and bring to a boil then adding premesasure coffe. After several minutes I press the coffee and place half in my travel mug and half back into thermos and seal. I then place a couple of small individual creamers into the storage part of the cap. And off I go for the days' hike. Upon returning to the car after a 16 or so mile hike there is the luxury of fresh pressed coffee awaiting for me. Best gift I ever received. I cannot wait to use it camping with the person who gave it to me.
Date published: 2016-07-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great coffee system when you are a coffee lover. My husband and I bought this just before the summer and used it during our camping/cycling holidays. It is a great system because everything is in one package. Two mugs, a thermos, a kettle and the french press. For our cycling holidays we used to drink instant coffee to avoid too much lugage on our bicycles. But now we take the coffee system with us and can enjoy a good cup of coffee in the morning and the evening.
Date published: 2016-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It doesn't get more perfect than this THIS is the thing that stops so many people from camping...the perception that they have to "suffer" out there and can't enjoy the comforts of home. Instead, Stanely said, "Oh no, nobody goes without coffee while camping...not on our watch!" The entire system might look a little bit like overkill, but when you keep in mind the fact that the components are all useful for other purposes (I hate one-hit-wonders when it comes to packing up gear...my stuff has to be multi-functional or it's not going with me!), this system does far more than just make coffee. First of all, they thought of everything with this kit. The bottom (outside) layer is the pot to heat your water, complete with latching pre-installed handle. Just give the small button a squeeze to lift it up or put it down. This layer is obviously a great pot for heating up your meals too, especially if you pre-pouched it and just need to reheat with a hot water bath. The next layer is the French press plunger, and yes, if you pour really, really carefully, you can strain other foods with it (like pasta) when you're not making coffee. The next nested layer is the famous Stanley vacuum bottle, so basically you use your kit to make a whole pot of coffee and then pour it into the bottle to keep it hot. The lid that closes the bottle actually has a small twist off lid the store your coffee grounds, and the exterior lid twists apart to form two cups. They've kinda thought of it all here! There are some things you'll need to keep in mind. 1) When you heat water in the bottom pot, it's going to get black on the bottom. Just have something secure to set it on that won't burn through and won't get black char everywhere. Remember that black char on the bottom of your cook sets only means you were out there having fun! 2) The whole thing is metal, so obviously it's going to get hot. Don't try to "nest" the parts again until the outside of everything is cool. I know, you'd think this is obvious, but if you're new to French pressing your coffee or taking care of all this in the woods, it's easy to forget. 3) The images make it look like the "plunger" part of the French press is plastic and glass, but it's not. Those open spaces in the image are...well...open. Don't push down too hard thinking this thing can handle the force because you could end up splashing boiling coffee on your hands. 4) And I hate to say this one because this product is otherwise the Holy Grail of making coffee in the wild, but it's not light. If I was absolutely addicted to coffee and I could make sure that this item was the only thing I had to pack for cooking (other than a Biolite stove, or something), I could probably get away with using it for backpacking. Otherwise, it's absolutely perfect for car camping, RVing whether you're off the grid or not (because hey, it's a French press! They're awesome!), tailgating, hunting, setting up a base camp for several weeks, etc. Coffee is one of those things that just makes or breaks a great camping trip for some people, and with this thing, there's no reason to suffer with instant or try to drink around the grounds. There's also no reason to hightail it into town at the crack of dawn just to get fast food drive-thru coffee. You will not be sorry you invested in this!
Date published: 2015-05-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not prefect but......... Enjoying good coffee while bike/backpacking is problematic. Instant coffee isn't great but so much better than nothing at all. It's light, east to make, fast and easy to clean up after making. But, if you are willing to carry additional weight, real coffee is So much better than instant. Remember that the most important thing with good tasting coffee is high-quality coffee, and a lot of it. 1 lb. of coffee doesn't go far and then there is the added weight of whatever cooking system you chose. All that weight seems heavier on the road. I didn't want to deal with disposables of any kind. I wanted easy clean-up and a good brew. I try with every item I carry to be able to use it for multiple purposes. This lead me to the new Stanley Coffee Press and Thermos - http://www.coolthings.com/stanley-coffee-system/. It's is a high-quality vacuum thermos for hot or cold liquids, a sizeable aluminum coffee press pot with a handle that can be used to cook ramen just as easily, a rebuildable coffee press, two cups and enough water tight storage space to make two pots of coffee. It’s not perfect, but it is multifunctional and seems well made. It’s not light, not at all, but I have never seen a good stainless thermos that was. I would have preferred that the pot have threads to connect it to the thermos. The design they chose allows a small rattle. You won’t notice is at all though because the rattle coming from the handle on the pot is much worse. Multifunctional, high quality and makes a great cup of coffee. Everything else is just being nit-picky. A perfect fit for my large bike bottle carrier too.
Date published: 2017-04-10
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