The 10 Best Insulated Coffee Presses
This wiki has been updated 19 times since it was first published in December of 2016. Whether you're at home, at work, or traveling, there's no reason why you can't enjoy a freshly brewed cup of java at any time, thanks to one of these insulated coffee presses. Crafted from durable materials with efficient filtration systems, many offer double-walled interiors that keep your beverage hot for hours, while also maintaining the rich flavor. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.
July 24, 2019:
For those who want to enjoy French press coffee while traveling, we still like the Espro Travel and the Stanley Mountain, despite one small issue with the latter. Unfortunately, the handle has a small amount of plastic that can melt when exposed to high temperatures, so you'll want to be very careful as you heat the body while camping. But we like its overall usefulness, so for those who are willing to be cautious, it's a good option. We also added the Presse by Bobble and the GSI Outdoors JavaPress. Both are light and simple enough to use, working well for commuters and campers, respectively.
We've also kept some models for at-home use that will bring out the flavor in your ground coffees for French presses. These include the somewhat expensive Frieling 204, the Bodum Columbia, and the Coffee Gator. Of the three, the Coffee Gator is perhaps the least rugged, but it also comes in a rainbow of colors and isn't too pricey. There's also the Kuissential Double Wall; it won't keep your coffee as piping hot as some, but it's big, budget friendly, and a snap to use.
Steel Toe 2.0 The Planetary Design Steel Toe may look simple, but it actually boasts the company's clever "Brü-Stop" design that traps grounds at the bottom. This allows you to drink from the mug/press without your brew becoming bitter as you sip. planetarydesign.com