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Bought this a few months ago and can recommend. High quality product and no grounds in coffee
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How does this compare to a percolator when camping ?
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I JUST received mine in the mail today. Heavy duty build quality that I intend to use for camping, but I don't think it's comparable to a percolator since you'd have to heat the water in a different vessel first for this french-press.

Talk about a slick-deal...Mueller included a coupon in my box for a free gift (an electronic milk frother), which you redeem through facebook chat (of all places). All they asked for was my amazon order # and that was pretty much it. As a follow-up immediately after the free gift chat, they offered me a $10 amazon gift card to post my review on amazon.
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I bought this a few weeks ago when our glass bodom broke. The only real downside is it makes a bit of a metal on metal noise when you plunge the filter. It's not a big deal to me but my wife is not a fan.
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They seem to be running an aggressive promo campaign in the US. Reminds me of some better known chinese companies. Their stuff seems to be well built. I'm gonna try this French press and see for myself
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In for one. My Bodum broke at onset of Covid, been stuck with an IKEA French press. Thanks OP!
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How does this compare to a percolator when camping ?
I used this for camping. It's double walled stainless steel like a hydroflask or something, so you don't put it over the fire. You still need a pot to boil water seperately. But it allows the coffee grounds to sit in boiling hot water for as long as you like without losing heat when compared to a normal french press with glass.
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They seem to be running an aggressive promo campaign in the US. Reminds me of some better known chinese companies. Their stuff seems to be well built. I'm gonna try this French press and see for myself
This is a Chinese company, pure and simple. I know for a fact than an Austrian company would never advertise their product as "German Engineered"; it would always be "Austrian Engineered". The Austrians are very particular to distinguish themselves from the Germans.
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Bought this a few months ago and can recommend. High quality product and no grounds in coffee
How hard is this to wash? Are there many pieces?

I've had various presses, one of which had a part that screwed in at the bottom to hold the mesh in place. It was smaller than a dime. Easily could have gotten lost down the drain.
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This is a Chinese company, pure and simple. I know for a fact than an Austrian company would never advertise their product as "German Engineered"; it would always be "Austrian Engineered". The Austrians are very particular to distinguish themselves from the Germans.
Yeah in the questions section says made in China. I'd pay more if it wasn't. Some things there's still a choice on country of origin, I take advantage when I can on non China goods. But seems like a good product at a good price here, not for me though.
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I JUST received mine in the mail today. Heavy duty build quality that I intend to use for camping, but I don't think it's comparable to a percolator since you'd have to heat the water in a different vessel first for this french-press.

Talk about a slick-deal...Mueller included a coupon in my box for a free gift (an electronic milk frother), which you redeem through facebook chat (of all places). All they asked for was my amazon order # and that was pretty much it. As a follow-up immediately after the free gift chat, they offered me a $10 amazon gift card to post my review on amazon.
I guess it costs them a dollar to make these
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Yeah in the questions section says made in China. I'd pay more if it wasn't. Some things there's still a choice on country of origin, I take advantage when I can on non China goods. But seems like a good product at a good price here, not for me though.
Would you buy it if it were made in Russia?
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Highly recommended. I've had mine over a year and it's had zero issues. Pretty easy to clean and well built.
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i use a press like this one 2-3 times each week, and am very pleased with the results.
best advice; use course grinds, and use an egg timer to limit the brew time and move
your liquid coffee from this used grinds press to a serving vessel or mugs to drink.
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