Constructed from durable, double-walled stainless steel, the Bodum Columbia is a great option for when you have a group of people coming over, thanks to its 12-cup capacity. Its easy-grip handle makes it a breeze to serve, too.
The dual filtration screens employed by the Coffee Gator keep annoying sediment out of your cup, while the included mini canister ensures that it’s a cinch to carry some extra grounds or beans. The set is offered in an array of fun colors.
GSI Outdoors JavaPress
Even backpackers who demand the lightest gear can get their caffeine fix with the GSI Outdoors JavaPress . Made from shatter-resistant copolyester, it weighs less than a pound and keeps your brew warm by way of a water-resistant sleeve.
Extract the full flavor of your grounds with the Frieling 204 . Its 2-stage filtration system leverages both a pre-filter and a mesh filter to prevent any sediment ending up in your cup. And it is reassuringly backed by a 5-year warranty.
Presse by Bobble
The Presse by Bobble is a travel mug that could not be simpler to use, since all you have to do is add grounds and water, then press after just a few minutes. It makes a fine choice for use at the office, so you won’t be forced to drink stale break-room joe.
Perfect for extended camping trips, the 1-quart Stanley Mountain is equipped with an integrated vacuum insulation system that keeps drinks hot for up to 24 hours. Its stopper is capable of storing a bottle’s worth of grounds, too.
With filters that are up to five times finer than most models, the Espro Travel also offers a patented, two-stage extraction system built to stop when its plunger is depressed, promoting an ultra-smooth, grit-free, and rich brew.
Kuissential Double Wall
In addition to its sparkling appearance, the Kuissential Double Wall boasts a large 34-ounce capacity for preparing beverages ahead of time, a virtually effortless press-and-serve mechanism, and a fine steel mesh that keeps grounds safely out of your drink.
Zyliss Single Serve
You probably won’t confuse the drink you get from the Zyliss Single Serve with one from a fancy gourmet shop, but for many busy users, it’ll do in a pinch. You could use it to enjoy hot chocolate or tea when you’re on the go, as well.
The Cresimo Press sports a sleek, retro appearance that would look good in a designer kitchen, with a black top and handle that allow for easy, burn-free pouring. It’s big enough to prepare multiple cups at once, so it’s a practical option for when you have guests.