Bodum 16-Ounce Travel Coffee Press with Bodum Logo (Red)

July 3, 2019 - Comment

A coffee aficionado’s way to travel, this brew-and-drink portable press from Bodum makes fresh coffee even fresher. Designed to brew on the go in French-press style, the piece features the Bodum logo, “Give Up Bad Coffee For Good.” Its makes great coffee in just four minutes, and its durable plastic construction means it’s handy for

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A coffee aficionado’s way to travel, this brew-and-drink portable press from Bodum makes fresh coffee even fresher. Designed to brew on the go in French-press style, the piece features the Bodum logo, “Give Up Bad Coffee For Good.” Its makes great coffee in just four minutes, and its durable plastic construction means it’s handy for travel, camping, and commuting. The design includes insulated double walls and a spill-resistant lid. Also great for loose-leaf tea, it holds 16 ounces and fits most car cup holders.

Product Features

  • 16-ounce travel coffee press with “Give Up Bad Coffee For Good” printed on side
  • 3-part built-in filter system allows for brewing and drinking from the same cup
  • Features spill-resistant lid and insulated double walls to keep coffee hot longer
  • Equally useful for loose-leaf tea; fits most cup holdersTravel French Press
  • Dishwasher safe

Comments

Anonymous says:

A nice Christmas gift. Apparently this model has been discontinued, as similar models are more readily available, but this was a gift to replace my wife’s favorite that she lost. The one I received was a bit shopworn, but it cleaned up nicely. The red top was perfect for Christmas.

Anonymous says:

LOVE THIS!! This is my first try at having a French Press. It’s easy to use and even easier to clean. I don’t get coffee grounds at all and I like that I can drink out of the container unlike other French Press machines/containers.

Anonymous says:

Not worth it! Only buy this if you like a mouthfull of coffee grounds with your coffee! The rubber ring that is suppose to help push the grounds down and keep them out of your coffee are too weak to push the coffee down. You end up with a ton of coffee grounds swimming in your coffee.

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