SterlingPro Double Wall Stainless Steel French Coffee Press Maker, 1 Liter - 34 oz

SterlingPro Double Wall Stainless Steel French Coffee Press Maker, 1 Liter - 34 oz

What Kind of Coffee Press Won The Hearts Of All Coffee Lovers?

The Most Reliable & Durable Coffee Press In The Market

- The best stainless steel(18/10)interior and exterior--Won't rust and dishwasher safe.
- The first Double Screens System---No more GROUNDS in your coffee
- Solid Packing--No broken gifts to your family members and friends.

100% Guaranteed No Grounds coffee From SterlingPro

What is the worst coffee drinking exprience? Coffee grounds in mouth! That is why SterlingPro introduces the innovated and unique Double Screens System which is the ONLY one in coffee press market. By adding the second screen, the primary screen will touch the wall more tightly and evenly. At the same time, the second screen will filter the tiny grounds which pass through the primary screen. No more grounds in your coffee by using Sterlingpro coffee press. You will love it after using it. Your loved ones will appreciate it and think of you happily everytime when they enjoy the coffee from your gifts--SterlingPro coffee press.

2 Pieces BONUS Stainless Steel Screens(Over $25 Value)---FREE!!

- When you receive SterlingPro coffee press it will be delivered in a solid packing and it comes along with 2 pieces extra screen. You will find they are over $25 value if you search on Amazon.
- The limited quantity for this valuable bonus. SterlingPro French coffee press is "Great as Wedding, House Warming, Retirement & Birthday Gifts for Coffee Lovers" вњ”вњ”We are pleased to announce: This French Press has been rated as:"#1 BEST SELLER","#1 MOST WISHED FOR" in coffee gifts by amazon.--The real #1!!!

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I love this French press! I started drinking French press recently (about a year ago), and my first French press was a bodum glass walked one. I love that too, but this one showed why this is better. Here are some points to consider:
- metal. Enough said. Any jewelry you wear, any kids or pets may knock down the glass one and it will break. Not only will you have coffee stains, but also glass to deal with. This one is sturdy.
Also, the metal body makes it easier to clean.
And easier to use a metal spoon if you like to stir your coffee for a stronger brew.
- double walled: the temperature drop between this and the bodum glass FP is 10 degrees in 4 minutes. That's a lot considering you haven't even started drinking the coffee yet.
- double filter: less coffee sediments at the bottom, allows more 'drinkable' coffee, hence more enjoyment.
- feel of a French press: one think I always longed for the feeling of resistance when you plunge. The glass FP never really gave that feeling - this one does. There is something satisfying about that.
- handle: the handle feels solid, has a flat surface on top (see pictures), making it easier to handle. There's enough distance between the handle and the body to ensure you don't burn your knuckles.

All in all, very satisfied. This has now become my default FP to use at home.

Woo Doggy this is a nice unit! The steel is heavy (reasonably so, not cumbersome), the screens fit tightly... me likey!! I bought this one as I had bought for the first time in years a glass caraffed press about 3 months ago, and I broke it in a moment I can only define as heart wrenching stupidity. So, I made a decision to thwart my future stupidity, and opted for an unbreakable press. It comes with two screens attached, and two spares, for those curious, and again, they fit tightly, and filter very effectively. With reasonable care, I can't see the spare filters being necessary any time soon. I love it!

For anyone curious, I primarily use this for cold brewing. Cold brew is stupid easy, start with a clean press, add your coffee, add your water, just as you usually would for hot coffee, but with cold or room temperature water. Put this sucker in the fridge, say after dinner when you're cleaning up the kitchen. Tomorrow morning, drag your droggy butt to the fridge, press the coffee, pour over ice, add cream or sweetener if that's your thing (don't if it's not) and voila! cold instantly available, and strong enough to donkey punch you into high gear. WARNING: drinking cold coffee, especially in summer time, especially first thing in the morning, will lead to accomplishments aplenty, a raging disgust at the lethargy of others, and a primal drive for another glass of coffee. It even lead to home roasting and grinding.

I suggest adding these 3 things. It'll cost about $4.50 to add these depending on the knob u get.
1. Swap the plunger out to a metal drawer knob. You'll have to re-tap to 10/32.
2. Place a small neoprene washer between the knob and the lid
3. Place a 2"-2.5" x 3/32 o-ring on the lid. Takes the "twang" and slopp out of the unit. You'll have to stretch it over.

Other than that, this units great!!! For the cost it can't be beat!!!

This is, so far, my favorite french press. Exactly what I've been looking for (double wall s/s) but also has the extras (double screen, easy to clean). Precursor: My roommate works at Kéan Coffee, one of the top artisan roasters in the country, so we love (and know) our coffee. I'm going to write this review for the aficionados, and the everyday joe. I don't have a handle bar mustache or cool haircut, but we do have a v60, aeropress, etc. and of course fresh roasted top quality beans from Kèan. In terms of affiliations, I have none. I'm not paid or given anything (like a free one) to write this. I'd gladly take another one free ;) but this is just my experience.

Out of my amazon prime box, the packaging does not say "super high end". It's cleared designed in China, the packaging that is, and the manual is enough to explain the simplicity of a french press, nothing more. With that said, the day it was being delivered I got a nice email from SterlingPro with some great recommendations for the every day user:

- Always clean and dry this after use (including taking apart the screens, it's easy and prevents water trapping)
- Don't leave coffee/grounds in this for long periods of time (the acidity of coffee is harsher than you think)
- Polish it up and leave it out for your friends to see (just kidding, but it is a beautifully made piece)

As for the actual build quality, the packaging is all I can really harp on. This is stainless steel, feels super solid, looks beautiful, and all the pieces fit together perfectly. Extra two screens I wasn't expecting but is a great added bonus, along with a coffee scoop. The only, only thing I noticed, to be critical for you, is slight pitting in the welds where the handle connects to the base unit. And by that I mean, I work in the print industry and examine photographic prints for detail for a living, so I'm inspecting closely and being harsh and see 2 small pits in a 1-2mm weld - all the other welds are perfect, this won't affect anything, but if you want to find something that is it.

TESTING - Now for you coffee nuts, we brewed two batches to get an idea of how the output is, with slight variation from experience vs instructions. I know how you like your measurements, so here you go: The first batch, we brewed using a fresh African blend which was roasted ~5 days ago. It's got a lot of Ethiopian in it, at a light-medium roast, so you can expect this to be a little fruity and quite acidic. Using a Capresso Infinity at the coarsest grind, we measured out 5 scoops ( 1 per 6oz., that's 29.6cc per scoop ) as we really feel we get about 30oz. out of this press without overflowing. Water at 205В° (R.O. water btw) we poured over in a circular motion and paused until we got a nice bloom, stirred, then filled the rest of the way and put the top on. 4 minute extraction, and we poured two cups. The first cup had a nice ring of crema, while the second lost the crema but had some nice microbubbles around the edges - to us, that's a great extraction, and it came out very hot. We let it cool a bit, and it tasted exactly as it should, no bitter or metallic tastes from the steel, and easy to tell notes from this coffee the same as we've had it the past few days via v60 pour overs.

Second test. This time, with a Sumatra that was roasted about 10 days ago, medium roast with nice oils on the beans, less acidity and more chocolate notes. Same 5 scoops, same coarse grind in the Infinity. I noticed the instructions mention slightly higher water temp and slightly lower steep time, so I went 207В° water temp, same circular pour, pause for bloom, stir, fill, cap. 3 minute steep, pour first cup. Again, nice ring of crema, this is the photo posted to the review for you to see. For those curious, the temp pouring out was 175.2 - nice and hot serving temp - but I let it cool as most any (George Howell) will recommend, tasting is better between 135-155. Again, excellent extraction, came out nice and robust with easy to identify notes as expected from this bean - for you everyday joes, it tasted bold as coffee should taste, much better than if I made it in my drip machine. Now, as I spent the last 45 minutes writing this review, I left the second cup in the press - part of the reason to get this was camping, so when it's 15В° that morning and a glass press loses it's heat by the time I'm pouring, this baby keeps it hot. As a lot of you know, it'll keep steeping slightly as it sits, which can sometimes result in a bitter second cup. I measured the second cup at 135В° after 45 minutes, excellent heat retention, and it did keep brewing, but not to the point of bitterness. My second cup is thicker, stronger notes, more to 'chew on', but personally I like it. Like a nice Stout, I like malty hearty mouth feel. One thing I noticed, was condensation builds up on the roof of the cap inside the press, but that's just from the hot steam so it's not adding any more water than was already in the press.

Lastly, the big quest to greatness of course comes with grains and silt. How much is left in my cup? Well... I poured my second cup til the last drop out of the press, and I drank it out of the cup til the last drop (usually I wouldn't, but I wanted to see if I got grit in the last sip). I drank slowly to look for grains.. There are no grains in the bottom of my cup, and none down my throat. Was the last swig silty? Yeah, as you can expect, and partially I know the Capresso Infinity is known to have a little bit of silt no matter how coarse you grind, so until we upgrade to a professional level grinder, I'd say the double screen worked exactly as advertised - no grains in the bottom of my cup. A small amount of silt, which could be from the grinder - as with any french press, I would drink til the last ounce or so.

Overall? This baby rocks. Very happy purchase, I just ordered a second as a wedding present for a friend, I'd buy again, my roommate is jealous. Solid win and nice job SterlingPro.

This French coffee press makes a wonderful cup of coffee. The double stainless steel screen system makes sure that your coffee has no coffee grounds in it and all you get is the rich and robust flavor of perfectly brewed coffee. The pot is nicely designed and beautiful and it is made of double wall insulated stainless steel. The unit comes with an extra set of stainless steel screens as a bonus for a limited time.

Key steps:
1. Use one rounded tablespoon of coffee for each 4 ounce cup of coffee. That is about 8 tablespoons for the 32 ounce pot. You can adjust it to suit your taste and that means 6, 7 or 8 tablespoons.
2. It is recommended to use course ground coffee but we had no issues using our normal grind of coffee.
3. Pour in hot water but not boiling as boiling water makes the coffee bitter.
4. Gently stir the pot and make sure that you stir all the way the bottom of the pot to get all of the ground coffee into the solution.
5. Let the coffee brew for 3 minutes before you press it.
6. Insert the press and slowly and gently press down to strain the grounds out of the brewing coffee. Remember that the press will not go all of the way down as you have the grounds in the bottom of the pot.
7. Whatever coffee you cannot drink in ten minutes pour into a thermos as it will continue to brew in the coffee press and it may get too strong.
8. Enjoy the rich and robust taste of a smooth cup of coffee.

My video shows how we made the coffee so please take the time to watch it. We made some coffee for our friends and they loved it so much that they asked us to bring it over and have dinner with them and I got to make the coffee again. They raved about how good the coffee tasted and how it reminded everyone of the coffee that they had while on vacation in Europe. This coffee press makes a nice conversation piece to use when you are entertaining your guests for dinner.

This SterlingPro coffee press makes a great gift for the coffee lover who is a friend or a family member. It makes smooth, rich and robust tasting coffee without the bitterness of other brewing technics. Just make sure that you use very hot but not boiling water and you will get the best results. I rated this as a 5 star product.

I received a sample product for evaluation and I promised to provide a fair and honest review.

This is the second french press we have purchased. Didn't realize when we bought the first one that the cup size was 4 oz. Doesn't make enough coffee for the four of us. So we upgraded from the 1 liter to this 1.5, as the other brand did not have a larger option.

This one works the same (the screens and the coffee measure are actually identical), which is to say it works extremely well. Seems well constructed, easy to use, easy to clean. Comes with an extra screen, but we have been using our smaller press for 1-1/2 years and are still on the original screen, so they hold up well.

We have a drip coffee maker, a Keurig Vue, a Nespresso machine and this, and we feel the french presses make the best tasting coffee by far. Freshly ground beans, 200 degree filtered water, and 4 minutes later, great coffee. To clean it you just rinse it out, unscrew the plunger rod from the screens, rinse them all off and then screw it back together. Really easy.

A friend turned me on to French Press coffee. I love my cups of joe in the morn. She told me I would love the taste and I was sold! I was sick and tired of Keurig and the K cups...The expense, the plastic and the just passable coffee. I did what I always do and read Amazon reviews before purchasing this SterlingPro stainless steel press in May of this year. A corner in my kitchen is devoted to my coffee paraphernalia and I wanted a French Press that not only produced excellent results, but looked good. This press cleans easily and I buff it dry and leave it displayed on my counter.
This SterlingPro double walled French Press is really amazing. I followed the directions of various sites online about how to brew coffee in a French Press. And I read the instructions provided by SterlingPro. It is not complicated to get a delicious, hot cup of coffee within 10 minutes. I remove the plunger. Preheat the stainless steel body by filling with hot water from my sink. I then boil the amount of water desired for the amount of coffee I want. I grind my beans to a coarse ground. When the water comes to a boil, I take it off the burner for a minute, while emptying the hot water in the press. Empty the grounds into the press, pour the "off-boiled" water into the press, stir a couple of times and cover with the plunger. I set my timer for 5 minutes, pre-heat my cup and when the timer goes off, I slowly push the plunger down until it stops and pour myself one helluva cup of joe!!! No grounds in the bottom of my coffee...Just delicious hot coffee. (I must tell you that my friend's French Press did not have the double fine mesh screens and there was a bit more residue in the bottom of that first cup). The cleanup is simple. The plunger unscrews very easily (from the bottom), and the parts are simply rinsed and placed back together.
I loved my first SterlingPro so much that I purchased a second one days ago for when I have guests who prefer a different blend. The coffee remains hot in this press, however, if you are going to let it sit a while, I would suggest pouring the leftover into a thermos of some type to keep extra hot. My guests love the coffee and are all looking to purchase this press once they leave.

This French coffee press makes an excellent cup of coffee. The double stainless steel screen system makes sure that your coffee has no coffee grounds in it and all you get is the rich and robust flavor of perfectly brewed coffee. The pot is nicely designed and beautiful and it is made of double wall insulated stainless steel. The unit comes with an extra set of stainless steel screens as a bonus for a limited time. Its exterior is polished nicely and its shape is unique and attractive. The inside is straight walled and it allows the press to remove the coffee grounds from your coffee.

Key steps:
1. Use one rounded tablespoon of coffee for each 4 ounce cup of coffee. That is about 8 tablespoons for the 32 ounce pot. You can adjust it to suit your taste and that means 6, 7 or 8 tablespoons. We use between 6 and 7 tablespoons.
2. It is recommended to use course ground coffee but we had no issues using our normal grind of coffee.
3. Pour in hot water but not boiling as boiling water makes the coffee bitter.
4. Gently stir the pot and make sure that you stir all the way the bottom of the pot to get all of the ground coffee into the solution.
5. Let the coffee brew for 3 minutes before you press it.
6. Insert the press and slowly and gently press down to strain the grounds out of the brewing coffee. Remember that the press will not go all of the way down as you have the grounds in the bottom of the pot.
7. Whatever coffee you cannot drink in ten minutes pour into a thermos as it will continue to brew in the coffee press and it may get too strong.
8. Enjoy the rich and robust taste of a smooth cup of coffee.

My video shows how we made the coffee so please take the time to watch it. I went to Europe close to 200 times, for a week or more at a time, and I got used to their coffee and I enjoyed it. This coffee tastes every bit as good as the coffee I had in Europe. This coffee press makes a nice conversation piece to use when you are entertaining your guests for dinner. After dinner brew a pot of coffee and they will love the spectacle of making the coffee and the taste.

This SterlingPro coffee press makes a great gift for the coffee lover who is a friend or a family member. It makes smooth, rich and robust tasting coffee without the bitterness of other brewing technics. Just make sure that you use very hot but not boiling water and you will get the best results. This makes an excellent gift for a wedding, shower, birthday, holiday gift, retirement gift or a house warming gift. I rated this as a 5 star product.

I received a sample product for evaluation and I promised to provide a fair and honest review.

I bought the 1L European version ($10+/- cheaper?!?!) a couple of weeks ago and have been using regularly. The coffee is better tasting than drip/Kuerig coffee. This model is also aesthetically appealing (hotel room service-ish) and not a counter space hog. I bought an electric tea kettle too (Epica). I recommend that you consider one of these because the water is ready to go quickly and the "exact" amount of water is measued on the side of the kettle. The kettle is also multi-purpose...or so I have read.

I can't imagine how quickly the cofffee in a glass press would get cold, so the double walled SS would be my recommendation unless you're sharing or gulping the coffee. If you like more than a couple (relatively small) mugs of coffee or are making coffee for more than 1 person, I also highly recommend getting the 1.5 L model. The 1L yields about 2.5 small (my opinion) mugs and on some mornings, that ain't gonna cut it!

The only downside is that the cleaning is more intensive as some of the grounds get stuck between the screen/filter and the plunger base that it is attached to. Cleaning requires a brushing under running water to get the grounds out a minor pain in the neck. I am not an experienced press user, so this may be a universal French press issue.

As a side note, I actually bought the press as much for a cold brew attempt. I found that the amount of labor (in my opinion, a lot) required to create the concentrate was not justified by the small improvement in the coffee. But, that is not a reflection on this press!

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