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Old 11-30-2010, 08:52 AM   #1
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Nice Coffee Press

This looks pretty nice, so I thought I'd share.

Stainless Java Press - Tea & Coffee - Cooking and Eating - Off the Road Again :: Aerostich/RiderWearHouse Motorcycle Jackets, Suits, Clothing, & Gear


Looks like you can heat it up right on the stove or campfire.


Any thoughts?
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Old 11-30-2010, 10:08 AM   #2
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A coffee press you can heat directly on the stove seems convenient... heat it up, turn off the burner, put the ground coffee right in there. One less thing to fiddle with, and it has a small diameter so it wouldn't get in the way of your skillet of bacon and eggs on an adjacent burner.

I've always liked Aerostitch products. When I used to ride motorcycles, I had an Aerostitch Roadcrafter riding suit that is a truly great design, and they find interesting products like this to sell along with what they produce.
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Old 11-30-2010, 10:29 AM   #3
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In my former life I rode/toured 20,000+ miles a year and used Aerostich products as they were motorcycle minded. I don't know about this coffee press but I've had great service from them. Andy Goldfine (Owner) seems to be a straight up guy and stands behind what he sells.

Let us know how it works if you get one.

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I have one of these Nissan Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Presses. It keeps the coffee nicely warm.

Of course, you can't heat water in it.
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Of course, you can't heat water in it.
Sure you can. It just takes a little longer
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Sure you can. It just takes a little longer
After stopping laughing.

Actually, I once set it on the still warm burner for a second. I now have a burner grate pattern melted into the plastic on the bottom of mine.

So, in addition to the time it takes to heat through the vacuum bottle, you have to add in the time it takes to burn off all the plastic. At least the first time.
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