BODUM Travel French Press Coffee Maker, Plastic, White, 0.45 Litre

August 14, 2018 - Comment

Brew tea or coffee on the go with this travel press coffee maker mug from Bodum. Made from clear double wall plastic to help keep drinks hot or cold for longer. Perfect for travel, home or office. Lid features a built in cafetiere style press. Slip proof silicone band with the words ‘Bodum The Fresh

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Brew tea or coffee on the go with this travel press coffee maker mug from Bodum. Made from clear double wall plastic to help keep drinks hot or cold for longer. Perfect for travel, home or office. Lid features a built in cafetiere style press. Slip proof silicone band with the words ‘Bodum The Fresh Way To Brew Fresh Tea & Coffee’. Capacity 0.45L, 15oz. Measures approximately 20.5cm high, 7cm diameter at base. Dishwasher safe. Designed to be carried in an upright position. Made in Portugal. Boxed.

Product Features

  • 0.45 l
  • Brew and drink or use in the place of a traditional French Press
  • Silicone and mesh filter reduces sediment

Comments

Bevnash says:

Save your money! I bought this coffee cup for my coffee loving partners birthday. I was really hoping that this would be a great product but it’s not!1) The press is not long enough to push the coffee grounds to the bottom of the cup2) The filter allows the coffee grounds to escape into the coffee, yuck!!Concept is good but what a waste of money, I’ll be trying to get my money back!See photo – this is the press fully pressed down, there is almost a quarter of a cup of…

WhiteMaleLate30s says:

Good idea, not great product Good idea but not a great product. After a couple of weeks use (very careful hand washing and not dropping) the seal between the layers ruptured allowing condensation to form between the layers. The press wasn’t great and let coffee bits through.

Amazon Customer says:

Eating coffee granules Do not bother buying, the plunger is not long enough, stops with about a third of the mug at the bottom. This leads to the coffee granules floating all round the mug and you get them in your mouth!!

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