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Acrylic Travel Coffee Press by Bodum® 3.5 cup

A double-walled coffee press and travel mug for coffee drinkers on the go. Brews up to 15 fl oz of coffee or tea.

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  • Features
  • Technical Details
  • How to Prepare

Dual coffee press and travel mug container lets you brew up to 15 fl oz of coffee or tea on the go.

Double-wall construction helps keep beverages hot or cold.

Easy-grip silicone band

Spill-resistant lid features a built-in plunger.

Extra travel lid included.

Dishwasher safe

  • Dimensions: 3.4"D x 3.7"W x 8.1"H
  • Capacity: 15 fl oz
  • Color: Clear plastic with black silicone grip
  • Construction: Plastic

To make the finest coffee, use 1 rounded tablespoon of coarse-ground coffee for each 4-fl oz cup of coffee, and follow these simple steps:

  1. Add fresh, coarsely ground coffee to the pot.
  2. Pour in well-temperated water (not boiling) and stir.
  3. Wait 3 – 4 minutes.
  4. Stop the brewing process by gently pressing down the plunger.

Caution: Please always keep the mug upright. For safety reasons, the mug is not leakproof.

  • Product Details

Make a smooth start to your day with the help of this all-in-one coffee maker and travel mug, which brews up to 15 fl oz of rich-tasting coffee within four minutes.

The Acrylic Travel Coffee Press by by Bodum® has a heat-retaining double wall, to help your freshly-brewed coffee stay hot during your morning commute. Featuring a closable lid with a stopper opening, an easy-grip silicone band around the center and an extra travel lid, this travel mug is the ultimate in convenience for coffee drinkers on the go. It's also great for brewing tea.

Acrylic Travel Coffee Press by Bodum® 3.5 cup 4.3 5 7 7
Great simple coffee press, not so good for travel though I've been using this model for a long time now. It's great for making coffee at home, but the cup doesn't hold up well if you drop it. September 26, 2012
Nice try, but... The ultimate test is whether or not the coffee press keeps grounds out of your mouth. Sorry, the design of this one falls short. The seal isn't designed sufficient to trap all of the grounds. The lid needs a micro-screen at the mouth piece to trap fines that escape the main plunger-screen. I can try to get my coffee ground to a larger grind-size to help, but a lid screen would be highly recommended. July 10, 2012
Great for loose Tea Great product for the money. Should be sold in the stores April 13, 2012
Easy to use I bought the Acrylic and Stainless Steal. I like the Acrylic more since I can see through. The only complaint I really have which is the same as the Stainless Steal is that the press doesn't go down far enough and leave about an inch of coffee or tea on the bottom. February 18, 2012
Why the short plunger? Makes good coffee and keeps coffee hot for quite a while. But this is the first press I have ever had with a plunger that only goes down halfway. I thought a press was supposed to PRESS the coffee. Any reason for that? February 17, 2012
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