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34oz Bruntmor KRAGLER 8 Cup Double Wall 18/8 Steel French Press $14.40 AC + FSSS!

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  • 18/8 stainless steel interior and exterior, double-wall construction for superior thermal retention.
  • layered Stainless steel filter traps the smallest coffee grounds to produce an exceptional full-bodied flavor, filter is easy to dissemble and clean.
  • Cool touch handle and knob for comfortable and safe pouring.
  • 34 ounce/ 1000ml capacity. BONUS Stainless Steel Screen.
  • Dishwasher safe.

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#3
Same code also works with the glass french press 34 oz
http://www.amazon.com/Bruntmor-PL...1_1&sr=8-1
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what's the point of it being insulated. You're not supposed to let it steep in there that long.
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what's the point of it being insulated. You're not supposed to let it steep in there that long.
Even 3-4 minutes, coffee can go from piping hot to warm. I don't own a double wall, but I can see the benefit.
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Quote from HomerJay View Post :
what's the point of it being insulated. You're not supposed to let it steep in there that long.
Honestly, I don't like the insulated kind. Coffee is still plenty hot when I pour it. But I guess if you're going all out for the best coffee in the world, and you heat to that magical 180 or whatever the temp is, insulation would be more beneficial.

Some people are also prone to breaking the glass.
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what's the point of it being insulated. You're not supposed to let it steep in there that long.
I make the coffee an hour or two before my wife gets up.
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Honestly, I don't like the insulated kind. Coffee is still plenty hot when I pour it. But I guess if you're going all out for the best coffee in the world, and you heat to that magical 180 or whatever the temp is, insulation would be more beneficial.

Some people are also prone to breaking the glass.
Majical brewing temp for coffee is 200 F give or take 5 degrees either way. I also preheat the stainless french press with 200 degree water for 2 minutes and then dispose of the water before brewing. Not sure it matters that much but I do it anyway. Yes, I've broken the glass on every french press I've ever owned in spite of being careful which is why I went to stainless steel.

ETA: The one I got from Amazon a year so ago was $10 and came with 4 mesh filters. Since you get an extra filter with this one you might consider doubling up the mesh filters. Less fines in your coffee.
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Quote from trza View Post :
Honestly, I don't like the insulated kind. Coffee is still plenty hot when I pour it. But I guess if you're going all out for the best coffee in the world, and you heat to that magical 180 or whatever the temp is, insulation would be more beneficial.

Some people are also prone to breaking the glass.

195 to 205 degrees.
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195 to 205 degrees.
193.56 to 205.001
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Excellent. Been looking for one of these for some time. Thanks!
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I make the coffee an hour or two before my wife gets up.
what is it with us husband's making our wives coffee?

do they pretend they don't know how to make good coffee or is it true?
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Exactly what I want. got 2
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Quote from geocacher99 View Post :
what is it with us husband's making our wives coffee?

do they pretend they don't know how to make good coffee or is it true?
Why do they sleep so late? Are they sick?
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