Thermos 34-Ounce Vacuum Insulated Stainless-Steel Gourmet Coffee Press (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

August 21, 2017 - Comment

The time-honored European method of making coffee is now more efficient, convenient and delicious than ever. This 34-oz. vacuum insulated coffee press from Thermos Nissan keeps your pressed coffee at the just the right temperature three times longer than a glass coffee press. Press has an insulation capability of up to 2 hours and 147°

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The time-honored European method of making coffee is now more efficient, convenient and delicious than ever. This 34-oz. vacuum insulated coffee press from Thermos Nissan keeps your pressed coffee at the just the right temperature three times longer than a glass coffee press. Press has an insulation capability of up to 2 hours and 147° F. Its stainless steel inner and outer body and press parts are dishwasher safe and easy to clean. Imported. 9Hx4-1/2W”.Don’t confine the pleasure of pressed coffee to home. With this combination of coffee press and vacuum-insulated thermos, European-style coffee turns up at the office or campground and stays hot three times longer than coffee made in a glass press. Simply spoon in ground coffee, add boiling water, place the lid on with plunger in the up position, wait four minutes, push down the plunger slowly, and . . . Presto! Fresh, piping-hot coffee for two or three hours. Lightweight and virtually unbreakable, the press has a handsome, satin-finish exterior and tough, nonslip, black plastic top and bottom. The press parts and smooth interior clean with sponge or cloth. –Fred Brack

Product Features

  • Black and stainless steel exterior finish
  • Requires no electricity to make coffee
  • Great for serving at social gatherings
  • Perfect for camping
  • Hand wash

Comments

R. S. Winsor says:

This is my daily coffee machine in the office I work in an office that does not allow individuals to have their own coffee machine due to fire concerns. Rather, they offer free coffee (ahem, if THAT stuff could be called anything other than hot colored water). 

L. Spencer says:

excellent & built for a lifetime of use I went through several glass presses before seeking out a metal one I couldn’t break. I’ve been using the Nissan a month now and am completely happy with it. I’d like to address a couple of issues I see other people raising. 

Justus Koshiol says:

Hot Coffee OK, lets address some points made in another review. 

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