Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by kennie92 So great for green coffee! I absolutely LOVE this french press. I moved out of my parents' house a few months and I couldn't take the coffee maker with me and that broke my heart. After throwing at least $100 at the local coffee houses, I began to look for a coffee maker. I have little counter space and very little time, so I needed versatility! I stumbled upon this french press and for the color the color and stayed for the size. When it arrived, I was so thrilled! I pulled it out of the box, cleaned it and went to work! My first cup of coffee was rich and so satisfactory! This press is incredibly easy to clean and helps keep waste (coffee filters) out of your life! (You could even compost your coffee grounds and leave no garbage!) Do yourself a favor, PURCHASE THIS PRESS! January 23, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sanj Easy to Use and Clean I first heard about French presses from two co-workers who each have one. I loved the idea and went on the hunt for one of my own. I found many online, but they were boring. This one, though, was so beautifully colored with a blue that speaks its presence loudly, but not gaudily. It arrived well-protected with the safest packaging possible and I anxiously pulled away its wrappings and awed it for a while, smiling and nodding, yeah. I tested it at home and found the press worked perfectly. The press snugly hugs the jar on all sides to keep all the pressed grinds from seeping to the top and getting into the coffee. I love the design feature that strains any grinds that may escape from leaving the pour spout. My friends' presses don't hug like mine does. I think I got the better deal and product value. November 26, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by caity23 Broken within a month I purchased this french press from the store about a month ago. Worked pretty well until last week when it came apart where it screws in and it won't hold back together anymore. Now it is completely unusable because one piece held it all together. I think that a french press should definitely last longer than a month. April 8, 2015
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