Wood Knot Titanium Coffee Press

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  1. wvtracker14

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    Anybody here have one of these yet? Was wondering what the thoughts were from someone that already has one. For being titanium they look like they are worth the dough. For those not familiar at all with them here's a picture credit goes to @Waldeinsamkeit Woodcraft

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  2. SpookyPistolero

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    Wow, a ti mors pot. Nice. Too bad about the built in French press component. (unless of course one intends to use it for that purpose specifically...)
     
  3. gohammergo

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    Pretty sure that the press part can be taken off of the lid if need be.

    I think that's a pretty cool idea. :)
     
  4. Eric Westbrook

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    I always figured that was a pretty safe bet when I see someone buy a coffee maker....
     
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    Thanks for sharing, hadn't heard of these previously.

    Did some looking and not only can this work as camp cookware but you can use it as a press and drink straight from it, and it comes with a commuter lid as well as the Ti lid .

    Neat stuff
     
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    Only $65.00 too. I don't think that is too bad of pricing for that.
     
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    Thats cool, if I hadn't just brought myself a 1.1 mors pot I would get this.
     
  8. wvtracker14

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    Really surprised more on here don’t have one by now I think they’ve been out awhile. But yea getting the plastic drinking lid is a nice bonus saves from having to carry another pot\cup.
     
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    It works great if you brew your coffee in a plain pot, then sprinkle a dash of cold water from your fingers in to settle the grounds to the bottom. You can also go full-cowboy and centrifuge the grounds out by swinging the pot of hot coffee in a loop (perpendicular to the ground)... that'll impress your friends. Just don't panic and stop with the pot above your head:) Both methods are much cheaper than a titanium coffee press....
     
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    ^^^ LOL @ this
     
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    Was all about it until I saw it was only a 750ml, a 1100 ish in that configuration would have been a buy it time now.
     
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    Very cool. Thanks for the post.
     
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    Seems like something the outfitters store should consider carrying.
     
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  14. Waldeinsamkeit Woodcraft

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    I own one and love it and that's also my picture! lol
     
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    Really wishing they made in the 1Lish range. I ordered one anyway as i was in the market for a 750 size with a bail... and i love french press coffee.

    As much as i love coffee though I don’t know if i can justify 9oz or so for a grinder to come along on long trips
     
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    Sorry for the copy found it on a good search! Will make sure I give you credit and thanks for the info!
     
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    You could grind enough at home and still enjoy some freshly brewed coffee in the outdoors. Ive spent a lot of time and money trying instant coffee. I’m coming back to full circle and considering brewed coffee on the trail wether it be a msr mugmate or French/ aero press. Instant just isn’t good lol.
     
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    No worries, I drink french press at home so I really love not having to change how I make coffee in the woods!
     
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    Will it nest with a 32oz. Nalgene?
     
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    Since I don't have one I couldn't tell you, maybe someone else can but here's the dimensions taken off the website.

    Dimensions:

    Internal Diameter- 3 3/4"

    Outer Diameter- 4 1/2" (to bale ends)

    Hight-4 1/4" (cup only)

    Hight-5" (to top of knob)
     
  21. Waldeinsamkeit Woodcraft

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    yep it does
     
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