GSI Outdoors Ultralight JavaDrip

Weighs 31g
Code: OC1939
  • £13.99
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GSI Outdoors's Ultralight JavaDrip is an ultralight way for you to get the quality coffee you enjoy at home but out on the trail. With minimal fuss you can a perfect cup of coffee. The JavaDrip fits onto almost any cup, mug or thermos, you pour the water in as required and then enjoy your filtered coffee. A real lightweight luxury.

GSI Outdoors says:

The ethereal Ultralight Java Drip comes in an ultra-compact design that nests under any standard fuel cartridge, so who says you can,t keep your pack light and drink your coffee too? Step out of your tent and drip-brew some bold, backcountry bliss.

 At 14g this is excellent from GSI, if filter coffee is what gets you going in the morning.    

- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear

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Ultralight design. Weighs 14g. Ultra-compact design, nests under a standard fuel cartridge. Enjoy bold, mud-free coffee thanks to sturdy legs which clip to nearly any mug and hold the drip cone above the already brewed coffee.

  • Weighs: 14g
  • Mug not included
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Review Summary - 5 out of 5 based on 4 ratings.
September 7, 2018 | Tiffin
Get one!

Bought for ultra lightweight camp trips but also used on all hotel / hostel trips ... and at home. MY real coffee - anywhere - It's great! I chose this after researching various coffee making options, some very expensive but this little thing is good enough I'd say and cheap to get started with. If, after trying this you want to trade up, you've not lost much money and it's always a back up. I don't think I'll need anything more than this. Generally I sit it in the cup and pour the water through instead of using the legs on the cup rim. As others have said, it weighs next to nothing, folds to nothing and sits either under the cup or in the pot under the canister. Easy to clean. I've also found it the best for keeping the finer coffee grounds out of your cup.

September 5, 2018 | Ashley Hold
Excellent

I have an MSR Mug Mate filter, which I have used for about 10 years. It is an excellent item, except I often found it difficult to pack with my cooking stuff. I was not sure about the Javadrip, but thought I'd give it a go. It is lighter, but less robust than the MSR, but as it is designed to fold away into the bottom of your cooking pot, the fragility is not much of an issue for me. It has a tripod structure, of which, the three legs clip onto the rim of the mug (it should fit most cups and mugs), this is a little fiddly, and has to be done properly to avoid it collapsing when you pour in the water. You just need to invert it to get rid of used coffee and give it a swirl in fresh water to clean it. Used with care it should last for years, and with its very low weight and negligible bulk it's never a problem to pack.

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