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Cuisinox Double Walled French Press, 800ml


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  • Double walled
  • 800ml/27-Ounce capacity
  • 4 cup capacity
  • 7.75-Inch/19cm high and 3.75-Inch/9cm diameter without spout and handle
  • 18/10 Stainless Steel
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Cuisinox Double Walled French Press, 800ml + Secura 8-Cup French Press Coffee Maker, Stainless Steel 18/10, 34-Ounce/1000ml + Krups  Fast Touch Blade Grinder
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 17.8 x 20.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 794 g
  • Item model number: COF-8
  • ASIN: B002KOAV80
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Oct. 26 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,388 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Savor coffee as the professionals like it, creamy and completely true to itself with an extra touch of richness and body. Without paper filters, it's the purest infusion of coffee and water, which creates a more exotic cup highlighting flavor subtleties. The new Cuisinox Stainless Steel French coffee press combines stunning elegance with the best materials for perfect function. Just add water, right off the boil, to the freshly-ground beans or tea leaves and let it steep for four-Minute, then press the plunger down. The double-walled Stainless Steel thermo press keeps your coffee or tea hot for up to 2-Hour. You can use it for either your perfect cup of tea or coffee.



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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By M. Hammond on Jan. 22 2011
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I've been using a coffee press for some 15 years now. It's my preferred way to make coffee. If you love coffee, you have discovered the coffee press as the best way to make a good "cuppa joe" without going to fancy steam pressure espresso rigs.

Most of the coffee presses I've used lacked some primary component to make them "perfect"...they broke easily, or they had a synthetic reservoir that leached BPAs or chemical tastes into the brew, or the glass container was thin and the brew lost heat before it was sufficiently steeped. I must've tossed out or broken over a dozen presses - then I bought this Cuisinox.

The Cuisinox is indestructible, keeps the brew warm long enough to steep all the flavor from the coffee, uses non toxic stainless steel (which adds no "taint" to the taste of the brew), the filter screen is adequate and effective, the pour spout emits a stream of clear coffee from the top of the container, it's a breeze to clean - and it makes the best cup of coffee I have tasted from a coffee press.

The one small thing, in my opinion, that keeps this from being the "perfect" coffee press is I wish they had included a fine mesh screen on the lid's pour apperture to strain the really fine gounds which get past the filter screen on ALL coffee presses and leave that tell-tale brown sludge in the bottom of your cup. But, I find a practical cure for this is to go up a grind size on your beans. Go to a fine perc grind and this screen will trap 99% of the grounds.

If you like good coffee and you want a press that makes it well, repeatably and reliably...this is probably the last coffee press you will ever need to buy.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By martinlmtl on Dec 1 2014
If you think it's going to be your last french press, think twice before buying it. I bought this french press in november 2013 and I can say there is a real problem with the design of this french press.

After only one month of daily use (one coffee a day), the thread at the end of rod holding the filter was starting to strip. I called cuisinox company and they told me there is NO WARRANTY ON THREAD STRIPPING. After having many emails with a company representative, they propose to replace the stainless steel rod costing $3 + $15 for shipping or having to drive around 1 hr to go to company for a replacement (after having threatening them about legal warranty applicable in Quebec).

This would be a good french press if this problem was corrected but the company don't listen and don't care about their customers. Has their alternative was too expensive, I decide to make a new stainless steel rod and the problem is now gone forever. I made it a little longer to be able to screw filter more.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robin J. Baker on Oct. 3 2011
I have been using this Press for a month now and I love every aspect of it.
+ it keeps my coffee hot beyond the first cup
+ it is solid construction. There are no rivets to break, no plastic to crack
+ it is easy to clean and shines up nicer than my pots.
+ it has the right amount of weight to it that so you know you are holding something tangible.

I have the three cup version. A larger version will come with more weight if you need to protect your coffee from a terrior on the run or a St. Bernard that likes to nuzzle you in the morning.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By melanie on Jan. 30 2012
I should have read the fine print. I thought I was buying a 6 cup coffee press - turns out it's 6 'coffee cups' which i believe is a measurement taken from the 50's when cups were quite small. So nowadays, it's only a 2.5 cup coffee press. I would return it for a larger size, but once you factor in all the shipping costs, there's no point. Other than the size of the press, it's fantastic.
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Having broken our glass coffee press, we decided to give a stainless steel one a try.

We're very pleased with the result. We get a better cup of coffee than from the glass one: you can leave the coffee to brew for longer, but it is still kept really warm thanks to the double wall; any apprehension about metal spoiling the taste proved to be unfounded.
This "6-cup" model is right for the two of us, giving two large cups of coffee (one each). If my wife doesn't want a cup but I do (or vice versa), then the coffee press is simply filled half way up and the plunger moved down to the top of the water (you can easily detect when the plunger has reached that point).

And no need to worry about breaking it.

Very pleased.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert Turner on Feb. 22 2014
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Excellent durable, bombproof product. Nice minimal aesthetic. Maintains heat well.
Be careful not to overtighten the filter. 6 measuring cups of coffee.
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I'm using this right now, and, 2 years after purchasing it, I have easily saved the money I would spend on broken glass french press fiascoes. I would give this 4.9/5 stars, simply because an extra filter on the spout would make it better, although the plunger and filter does a good job at preventing any fine coffee grounds through. Great product, high value for the money, highly recommended!
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The coffee press is great. Sturdy, well made, and slick. BUT... I should have read the reviews before I ordered it, because it's not 6 actual measuring cups! It's 6 tiny cups! We can barely get 2 full decent size coffee cups out of it. If you need more volume, get the 8 cups version for only 10$ more, it supposedly gives you 3-4 mugs.

To the makers: 1 cup = 250ml! Learn your measures!
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