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      Snow Peak Titanium French Press - 3 Cup

      Take your favorite French press brew further up the mountain with this ultra-light titanium press.
      • $55.95

      Item # 708069

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      • Three-cup titanium French press weighs a mere 7-oz.; bail-style handle folds for compact storage
      • Stainless-steel plunger and fine mesh screen are easy to clean
      • Stuff sack included

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      Snow Peak Titanium French Press - 3 Cup

      Specification Description
      Best use Backpacking
      Liquid capacity (L) 0.71 liter
      Liquid capacity (fl. oz.) 24 fluid ounces
      Dimensions 6.25 x 3.25 inches
      Material(s) Titanium
      Weight 7 ounces

      Snow Peak Titanium French Press - 3 Cup

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      Rated 2out of5
      by fromGreat Product They changed the filter design, the new design just doesn't work very well. I had to track an down an older design filter and all works well now. If they would offer an old disign as a replacement I'd give it FIVE STARS. Other than that it's a great product. I use it everyday as my primary coffee maker and it's great.
      Date published: 2015-03-05
      Rated 2out of5
      by fromGreat idea - poor design for the rigours of camp Used my french press for months at the office. Worked well and was a thing of beauty. But then after 3 weekend bike tours the thin walls of the press no longer were perfectly round. Now coffee grounds sneak out when pouring a cup. I have massaged the sides as best I can. I have moved on the less beautiful but cheaper GSI (etc) french presses. I keep meaning to remember to return my french press. Its just collecting dust now. (I love all my other SnowPeak gear.)
      Date published: 2015-04-22
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromWay Better than Instant! The best thing is it just plain works. It also can be used for a cup or to heat other things in by just removing the press. I did not have trouble using it on my MSR stove (can't remember which model, but it's small enough that the diameter of the press was not too small), and I didn't have trouble cleaning it - I just bought the largest ground coffee and rinsed it on the trail and it worked great for a 3-day trip.
      Date published: 2007-12-03
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromTake it anywhere I am a serious coffee junkie. Anywhere I go I have to pack coffee and a way to make it. If you are like me and need coffee without the worries of packing or breaking another form of coffee maker, this press will make you happy. Growing up backpacking I have grown very fond of Titanium and after dropping my last French Press and breaking it I decided that I needed a durable coffee maker, since I am clumsy until I have that first cup in me. This press does let a few more grounds though than a normal one may but it’s not that bad and in my mind grounds are a normal part of pressed coffee. I use a very course grind and recommend that you do the same. I have not tried to heat mine directly on the stove, I always have another way to heat the water and don’t want to risk it. Bottom line, it makes good coffee. I should not that I use mine primarily at home but bring it everywhere with me.
      Date published: 2008-06-12
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromGreat Product I ordered this product when i got to my FOB in Iraq. We have no running water and cook 1 meal a day but our coffee situation was dire! I'm in love with this product. It's easy to use and clean while making a great cup of coffee. The only draw back to the design is the mesh assembly filter. I've bent and warped it a bit while cleaning it. Though it still works great a few more grounds get through. But i wouldn't trade it for anything!
      Date published: 2009-03-27
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromI use it regularly and would buy again I use this regularly on my job which requires me to be away from access to fresh coffee. Anyone who loves a fresh cup of coffee, would never drink instant coffee except as a LAST RESORT, as one reviewer suggested. I use this when I go backpacking and thru-hiking. If you take your time and take care of your gear, your gear will not let you down. I have used it enough that I have reversed the mesh to keep a good seal. If they had this in a larger size, I'd buy one too.
      Date published: 2009-04-06
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromDo you want the best tasting coffee? French press coffee is often considered to be the best method of brewing coffee. It puts you in complete control of the coffee grind, the water temperature, and the duration of the brew. Buy medium roast coffee. Darker roast coffees tend to contribute more of the flavors you may not like and are best for expresso, since the water passes quickly through the grounds. You want to use the most coarse grind you can obtain when using a French press. You want your water to be between 195-205 degrees F in order to extract the good flavors from the coffee and leave the bitterness behind. At sea-level, this would mean bringing your water to a boil in a SEPARATE kettle, remove it from the heat, wait for the boiling noise to stop, wait 10 seconds, and pour HALFWAY over the grounds in the French press. Start your 4 minute timer. Stir the grounds into the water. Put your kettle back over a low flame to keep it at temp. When camping, I bring a digital thermometer because water boils at different temperatures at different altitudes. You'll probably want to stir the grounds into the water again because they will have risen to the top. When there is about 30 seconds left on the timer, pour more water to the top of the French press. You'll figure out where the top is. Plunge the coffee and pour into your drinking cup. If you have a favorite coffee roast, you will find that adjusting the brewing TIME is all you need to do to get coffee that you like. Usually, it is going to be between 3-4 minutes. If you are not yet happy with the results, try a different coffee. Yes, this is all very extreme and you don't have to follow any of this, unless you're a coffee junkie like me.
      Date published: 2009-04-29
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromGreat coffee anywhere I bought this as an alternative to the GSI mini espresso maker. So far I'm very happy with it. The coffee is bit better, and it's a bit easier to use - the GSI espresso makers get extremely hot and have no handle. I am a little worried about the durability of the fabric mesh, but so far it is holding up fine. Also, the price is a little scary, but if it lasts a long time it should be worth it.
      Date published: 2009-05-07

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