Summary: I LOVE this. It's simple & just works. Far less faff than a filter coffee machine and far less coffee wasted. My only wish is it were a tiny bit bigger then I could make 2 small cups or one big cup. Right now I can make 1 and a bit cups.
I love this travel press and it's great to take to ...
23 May 2015
Summary: I love this travel press and it's great to take to work and to be able to have 'proper' coffee at any time. The only gripe I have is that I wish the press would go down a little further. There's a whole /gulp/(!) of coffee that won't pass through the filter and that makes me sad :'(
Summary: Bought this for my partner and he loves it. It isn't watertight and is slightly big for the cup holders in his car, but nevertheless it works well and means he doesn't have to fore-go his morning coffee if he's in a rush, as he can have it on the go.
Summary: Very useful and keeps coffee warm for a good length of time (hot for at least an hour, warm for up to two). Has helped me save a lot of money by grinding fresh beans at home and taking them to work, rather than paying for coffee.
The concept if good but I was dissapointed in the product
Mark Dewick, Amazon
19 March 2015
Summary: The concept if good but I was dissapointed in the product. It is to wide to fit in the drinks holder in my car. The fluid volume it holds is lower than other similar sized insulated mugs that I have owned in the past. It cools quicker than other mugs too.
Summary: I like it but it could easily be much better. You get coffee grains in your mouth because they get into the threaded part at the top of the cup. The thread would be better on the outside of the cup.
Summary: I travel and stay in hotels quite a lot. Can't stand the instant stuff and I need my coffee first thing, so I usually take my cafetière and my own coffee on a trip. This travel mug fits the bill perfectly where I can freshly brew my coffee and take it with me if I choose. Well worth the money.
Summary: Very good value for money. As a lover of real coffee this is ideal for work. As long as you follow the instructions you will be fine. Adjust how much ground coffee you put in to suit your taste. Always make sure the water isn't red hot not only will it ruin the taste but might crack the mug.
Summary: It's a great cup & does exactly what you want. My only issue would be that I've had it for a year, maybe 18 months & now there is a clear break in the vacuum. Mine now gets condensation/water in the void but I've not dropped it or damaged it so I'm now considering getting on of the metal ones in the...
FAILS as a coffee press and as a travel mug.... but may just work for herbal tea?
10 December 2014
Summary: ###EDIT### After owning for 2 months cracks have appeared as mentioned by other reviewers, further to the condensation; coffee now gets through these cracks in between the insulation layers and can't be cleaned properly. Only good for the bin now. Would give 0 stars if possible.