Rambling Review – GSI Outdoors Commuter Java Press
Going right along with my GSI Outdoor JavaMill review, I had the opportunity to check out the GSI Outdoors Commuter Java Press. These two products are a match made in heaven. If you’re looking for a easy, no-hassle cup of coffee in the woods or on the water, then you’ve got to check out the GSI Outdoors Commuter Java Press.
The set up – I was actually expecting the Java Press to be a bit more complicated, but the whole thing is pretty simple. There are three main pieces: the cup, the lid, and the “plunger.”
Dimmensions – All said and done, the GSI Outdoors Java Press will hold about 15 fluid ounces. It stands 7.8″ tall and weighs 10.4 ounces when empty.
The finish – The GSI Outdoors Commuter Java Press is built with a non slip base and comes with an insulating sleeve. The top also has a hinged cap which allows the top to be sealed.
The GSI Outdoors Commuter Java Press is pretty slick and very simple to use. Here’s how it works:
It works like a charm, but here are some of the highlights that I really found useful:
1. The Commuter Java Press is extremely easy to cleanup. I have a JetBoil french press, and although it makes great coffee, it’s a huge pain to setup, clean, and break down.
2. The cup and plunger are BPA free and shatter resistant. Combine that with a nice foam insulation sleeve and you’re looking at a drop proof mug.
3. It makes a darn good cup of coffee.
Simple to use
BPA free shatter resistant
At 15 fluid ounces of coffee, I’m going to need several cups to get me started
Prognosis: I’m a coffee lover and always interested in a quick, quaility cup of coffee when I’m in the woods or on the water. The GSI Outdoors Commuter Java Press is the perfect way to start a morning in the great outdoors.
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