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Rated1out of5bygincasefromNah. Pass!I got this because I thought it would brew two cups of coffee - albeit...two separate cups of coffee. 1) it brews so slowly that before the 1st cup was done...the coffee was already getting cold. 2) when the second cup was being brewed, I had to spend the next 20 minutes watching my husband enjoy his cup of coffee.
Also - because I brewed two cups, I tore through coffee grounds quickly.
I'm glad I bought it so that I could tell the rest of you to NOT buy this.
Date published: 2014-02-16
Rated4out of5byLuke HoeftfromFor backpacking.This pour-over makes good coffee. It's light and not THAT bulky- it's just an awkward shape for a stuff sac. I always backpack alone so this dealio works great for me. And I'm a regular coffee drinker so I mean it when I say it makes good coffee. In short- I think that you are getting more than what you pay for if you get this.
Date published: 2013-12-26
Rated5out of5byPointmanfromGreat cup of joeI have had this coffee maker for several years and I love it. I use it primarily for home use, but purchased it primarily for backpacking. It makes a better cup of coffee than my Cuisinart Brewmaster. I use it everyday for making coffee at home and it makes the perfect cup of coffee. Although it is plastic, I use it for backpacking also. I place it upside down in an empty quart yogurt container and place all my coffee supplies with it. I did this because I was afraid that I would break the rim if I placed it loose in my pack. Some people complain that it is slow. I believe that if you use regular ground coffee this will cure the problem. Perhapa I just lucked into the right combination, but this has been making the perfect cup of coffee every morning for several years.
Date published: 2013-10-03
Rated1out of5byhippo campefromSub-par results-Filter not fine enough to prevent coffee particles from landing in your cup
-Finding the right coffee grind took several attempts
-Easy to tip
Date published: 2013-05-02
Rated1out of5bylw camperfromSAVE YOUR MONEYJust like other campers I was looking for an alternative to coffee filters when camping. I saw this product and thought it would be great. WRONG..
I am glad I tested it at home before our camping trip. 1. When I took the filter part off to put in the coffee grounds the notch intended to keep the permanent filter in place did not work. 2. I put in the recommended amount of coffee grounds and secured it back on funnel, and poured in the hot water, then I waited and waited, and waited, and waited about 30 minutes or so the water finally drained into my mug. By the time the went through the water and coffee was cold. I love REI but if this product is a representation of the quality products they sell I would have to think twice about the items I purchase. I would have been better off using the money I spent to filter my coffee. The only real function I could see for this product is brewing tea or course ground coffee (not the fine grind you buy in the store and it would be great if they made this clear to consumers
Date published: 2013-04-01
Rated5out of5byflynhi4ufromWorks great and serves the purpose wellI was wanting a quick cheap way to have a good cup of coffee on kayak and camping trips. Glad to say I found it! This is a really slick lil deal that serves the purpose very well and for less than a cost of a coffee as a high end coffee house! I have made several cups of coffee with it so far and with what I would call a normal grind the water runs through the grounds in less than a minute. Easy to clean up too. Granted it has a lil size to it so someone might not have room for it if using it for back packing purposes. I have toyed with the idea of cutting the rim off of it and just holding it over the cup while the water runs through the coffee, That would then make it small enough to fit in my metal pot with my cup. That would solve the staorage space problem.
Date published: 2013-03-25
Rated1out of5byluvmunkyfromTakes foreverGot this mainly because I don't have to use a paper filer since I already have a plastic cone at home that uses a paper filter.
This one takes way too long even for a small cup.
Not worth it.
Date published: 2013-03-14
Rated1out of5byboothillfromcold coffeeTook this on my last backpacking trip and was greatly disappointed. The hot water didn't want to pass through the coffee grounds. The coffee it finally made was too cold by the time I could drink it.
Date published: 2013-02-23
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