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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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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
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Makes a great cup of coffee French press coffee on the trail makes me feel like royalty. It's so good and seems so fancy. After reading the other reviews, it becomes glaringly obvious who understands how a French press should work and what to expect. I agree - remove the fliter thing. What's the point? French press coffee is not supposed to be filtered, as it is the coffee's natural oils that contribute to the richness of flavor. It also seems to interfere with the plunger IMHO. I get very few grinds in my coffee, but that's expected with French press coffee. This is so lightweight and I can store all of my coffee supplies for the trail inside for a weekend trip. I won't hike or backpack without it!
Date published: 2014-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Press Pot - Remove the Mesh Filter I read all of the reviews on this Press Pot and apparently no one has thought to just remove the white fine mesh filter to prevent coffee grinds from working their way past the edge of the filters. My first cup of coffee looked like it came from a river bottom as I used the pot just as it came out of the box. I dumped the sediment down the drain, removed the white mesh filter and made a new cup. Perfect! No grounds and great taste. Works just like any other Press Pot and I use it every day at home as it is just enough to get the day jump started. Use coarse grind and enjoy.
Date published: 2012-11-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Coffee, no grounds We've used this press countless times in the 5 years we've had it. We don't get grounds in our coffee, maybe a little sediment, similar to the what you'd get from the bottom of the glass press we use at home. Nothing to worry about, in my opinion. (Also, immensely better than the alternative of cowboy coffee or instant) I recommend that you need to be gentle/slow when you push the plunger down, don't force it, and you won't have any trouble. Each pot makes enough for 2 people. Pour a couple cups of joe, and get the press started for the next round. Cleanup has been a breeze, no worse than a standard glass Bodum at home. The handle works nicely, keeps fingers safely away from the heat, and has never collapsed.
Date published: 2013-09-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice little press As a professional barista I have very high standards and even though it is a little smaller than I would like it works well. Some grounds are unavoidable in a french press. If you use the micro-filter you must go very slowly and can expect some "full size" granules to squeak past the side, if you use just the wire mesh you can expect some fine silt. This little press works great though and makes a great cup (for me, one cup) of coffee. Don't make the mistake of using too fine a grind, it ruins the coffee and take your time.
Date published: 2014-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best French Press On the MArket This French Press is so nice because it doubles as a stove pot. I love it because its the only cookware I bring on lightweight trips. I boil water in it, use half to make breakfast and the rest to make coffee, breakfast in 10 minutes! Best part is this is the only cookware that has told me it's safe you use on campfire coles. I love being able to make coffee or tea on the fire whenever I want. Could not ask for more from my French Press
Date published: 2013-01-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible Tasking Coffee I had high hopes for this product, since I love coffee and am not a big fan of instant. Every cup of coffee I brewed had the same bad odor and taste. I tried several different brands of coffee; always the same bad odor and taste. I could not figure out what was going on. Finally, I smelled the silicone ring up close, and realized that is exactly what I am smelling and tasting in the coffee. The silicone ring is leaching into the coffee. I cannot believe all the reviews that said this product makes great coffee. They must have an older model, or like the flavor of silicone. Absolutely horrible tasting coffee. You are better of packing instant.
Date published: 2011-11-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not quite there I decided to go for the Snow Peak coffee press because despite the price, it looked like the highest performer. I was pretty disappointed however with the quality of the coffee it produced. I tried it with the parchment filter at first, but it strained out a lot of the small particulates and oils, resulting in a pretty weak cup. It also let through more grounds than I would have expected. I followed some people's advice by removing the parchment filter, which really helped with the flavor - unfortunately it just let through too many grounds. I'd use this thing in a pinch for myself, but I wouldn't ever want to serve someone with it.
Date published: 2013-11-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not a good press I found that the coffee blows by the filter part of the assembly(which is pretty heavy) making this product pretty worthless. I used it on the Pacific Crest Trail for two days before I threw out the press assembly. I still use the lightweight cup part of it all the time as a coffee cup camping. I found that using the press, you also need a second coffee cup, as you can't drink out of this directly. Also you need to dispose of the grounds properly. The two stars I give are for the cup part alone which is a great lightweight cup. Do yourself a favor and just get a light weight cup and use instant NesCafe Coffee. This stuff is wonderful. Be Safe
Date published: 2009-02-20
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I see that someone has asked if this press can be used on an open fire, and the answer is no. Can it be used with a camp stove to heat the water inside?

Asked by: Angieelaaa
"The Titanium French Press can be used to boil water. "  From the horse's mouth.
Answered by: Willothewisp
Date published: 2017-02-10

Does this "nest" in any of the Snow Peak cook sets?

Asked by: Yaga
Given the height of Titanium French Press, it will not nest inside of any of the Snow Peak cooksets.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-03

Is this french press safe to put over an open fire? The reviews seem to be full of coffee standards. I'm looking for something I can bring my water to a boil so its safe to drink and have an opinion for coffee or tea.  

Asked by: StarAble
We would not recommend putting the Titanium French Press over an open fire.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-25

Will a fuel canister fit inside?

Asked by: itsmitchyy
This French press is too small for any sized fuel canisters to fit inside.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-03

Will a standard 32oz Nalgene bottle nest inside this press?

Asked by: PECreal
​A standard wide-mouth 32 ounce bottle is too wide for this french press.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-10
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