GSI 50 oz Java Drip

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Be prepared to brew your best-ever backcountry coffee with the GSI 50oz Java Drip, with a BPA-free carafe and insulated lid and sleeve to keep your java piping hot. The Java Drip's unique lid design locks onto lid while brewing and folds to nest in the carafe for easy transport and storage. With the 50oz Java Drip, there are no excuses for bad coffee.

Specifications

  • Crystal-clear carafe is made of BPA-Free resin
  • Unique drip cone locks to lid while brewing and collapses to nest within carafe for storage and transport
  • Double-wall, insulated lid holds in temperature while brewing and serving
  • Insulating EVA sleeve with webbing handle removes easily for cleaning
  • Includes reusable cloth filter
  • Drip cone compatible with standard #4 or #6 paper filters
  • Set includes: 50 fl. Oz. Carafe w/Lid, Insulating Sleeve, #6 Drip Cone, #6 Re-usable Java Filter
  • Dimensions: 6.2" x 4.8" x 9.0"
  • Weight: 19.8oz

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Review Summary

5 out of 5

1 Reviews

Pros
  • Build quality: 1
  • Ease of use: 1
  • Great design: 1
  • Lasts forever: 1

Cons
  • cloth filter: 1
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5

1 Ratings & Reviews

Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
ICamp: Every Week! / 5

35-44 yrs

Great Alternative to Percolator
April 12, 2012

Can't tell you how good a product this is. The adults in our troop use two of the 50 oz drips to make coffee on campouts. One of them is 3 years-old and we've taken them on 3 day canoe trips and regular car camping. Depending on where we are, we use JetBoils or our camp stove to heat the water and then pour it thru using #6 paper filters. It's faster than a percolator, easier to cleanup and since you're not percolating, the coffee doesn't come out practically boiling. Throw away the cloth filter that comes with the drip (it will only frustrate you) and buy #6 paper filters.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Cons: cloth filter

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