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    Quote Originally Posted by JustBen View Post
    Get a jetboil and a French press.

    This is an answer to a question nobody asked.
    Hate French presses...

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    It's certainly an interesting novelty item. Your job sites fall into a pretty crazy niche as well. I want to just write it off as moronic hipster junk, especially since drinking coffee through a straw is a bit risky.

    However, it gets points for compactness, and possibly fuel efficiency. If you needed an ultra light coffee option this could be viable.

    I wouldn't buy one, but I've decided that I'll allow it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIR VEYOR View Post
    Hate French presses...
    Soo much better coffee...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIR VEYOR View Post
    This looks like just the thing for the work truck and some day excursions! Figure $100ish, but no big inverter, no fire, easy the travel with. Hard to share though.

    It seems similar to the “teacups” I’ve seen in South America, but the straw is part of the cup here. Maybe a modification is possible here. And an upsizing to be able to do 2-3 cups at a time.

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    nobody carries a thermos anymore ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stew View Post
    nobody carries a thermos anymore ?
    2-3. Only one that seems to hold in winter past mid break is the military canteen style. That’s good for over a day typically.
    Low volume though. Big capacity, and duration don’t seem to match up well. And if the pots in camp are out, so are you...

    Cold coffee afternoon is the norm. If it can be avoided, then awesome! But don’t want white hats hanging around for a cup while I’m doing stuff. So with a few different work environments, no open fires allowed, and sometimes heat sources are further limited. Coupled with flexibility to not need 12v, this is one possibly viable method. But it has limitations as well.

    A multi layered approach is currently in effect, but different methods are always welcomed.

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    I'm not a coffee drinker, but whatever happened to the old percolator over the fire? From what I hear it made the best coffee ever.
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    I’m amazed at how many people (even friends of mine) fire up a generator to make a pot of drip coffee when they’re camping.
    Why does the rest of the country get first dibbs on half my income?

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    I use these for single cup, got a bunch at a dollar store
    still need kettle though
    http://miniminit.com/
    Last edited by Stew; 07-20-2018 at 02:08 PM.

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