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Secura Stainless Steel French Press 1500ML / 50 oz - $20 shipped

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Started watching french press coffee makers after a recent slickdeals post, but wanted something a bit larger than 1 L / 34 oz (2 x 20 oz mugs = I need a bit more coffee yummy )

SO - checking my wishlist, I saw this 1.5 L / 50 oz press with a 50% off coupon, making it $19.99. The coupon states "Save 50% each on coffee grinder 7415 offered by Lafraise when you purchase 1 or more.", but works on this french press. Go figure.
To be clear - the discount did not show up in my cart, I had to take it all the way to payment time for the discount to show.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...FPLG4&th=1
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Lnkyo makes the same one for $17 all day
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Lnkyo makes the same one for $17 all day
They're in my wishlist too. If you're referring to the smaller 34 oz model, then yes, it's $20 (or $17 if you prefer the mirror finish). For the same size as this, it's 27.95.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01H0YL..._lig_dp_it
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Started watching french press coffee makers after a recent slickdeals post, but wanted something a bit larger than 1 L / 34 oz (2 x 20 oz mugs = I need a bit more coffee yummy )

SO - checking my wishlist, I saw this 1.5 L / 50 oz press with a 50% off coupon, making it $19.99. The coupon states "Save 50% each on coffee grinder 7415 offered by Lafraise when you purchase 1 or more.", but works on this french press. Go figure.
To be clear - the discount did not show up in my cart, I had to take it all the way to payment time for the discount to show.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...FPLG4&th=1
That's a good price but I would recommend a double walled press unless you drink the coffee immediately. Even then, these type cool off so fast it is worth it to fill it with hot water first to pre-warm it; then empty it and make the coffee.

I got this on sale years ago at a discount and it is really good; among other features you can rinse the steel screen without taking anything apart.
https://www.amazon.com/Bodum-COLU...B00005YY9X

Correction: I'm mistaken! It is double walled. $20 is a good deal.
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That's a good price but I would recommend a double walled press unless you drink the coffee immediately. Even then, these type cool off so fast it is worth it to fill it with hot water first to pre-warm it; then empty it and make the coffee.

I got this on sale years ago at a discount and it is really good; among other features you can rinse the steel screen without taking anything apart.
https://www.amazon.com/Bodum-COLU...B00005YY9X
According to the description, this has "double-wall construction for superior thermal retention". I empty the press immediately when done brewing, though, as continued contact between the coffee grounds and water will start to leach bitterness.
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