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One of those ideas you wish you'd thought of! GSI's Commuter Java Press ingeniously combines a cafetiere with an insulated mug, making freshly brewed coffee on-the-go incredibly quick and simple.

The outer mug contains the coffee, then instead of the usual rod-plunger, an inner mug with a mesh screen squeezes down inside. This eliminates gritty bits of coffee creeping round the edge of the screen and getting into your brew, and the resultant double-skinned mug helps to insulate it, along with the neoprene sleeve which also provides a soft, secure grip.

Once filled, you'll have to try pretty hard to spill it: the slim profile fits into car cupholders, the non-slip rubber foot helps keep it firmly planted wherever you put it, and the screw-on cap is fitted with a slosh-resistant flip-up lid to drink through. Don't lose a drop of your precious brew!

Although it may be made for coffee, it's perfect for use with tea leaves too.

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Product Features

  • Weight: 295g
  • Capacity: 440ml
  • Dimensions: 9.7 x 7.6 x 19.8 cm
  • BPA-free, shatter-resistant copolyester
  • Neoprene sleeve
  • Non-slip rubber foot
  • Flip-top, drink-through, screw-on lid

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1 There is 1 review of this product

Fantastic for fresh tea as well as fresh coffee!
Reviewed By D, 30 Jan 2014

Highly recommend!!! So easy to use. Perfect for someone who enjoys a fresh coffee on the go without the price of coffee shops. It is also great for fresh tea too! Just add tea leaves instead of ground coffee let it brew then push inner liner add your milk and go! Doesn't have that horrible plastic taste.