Vargo Titanium Travel Coffee Filter
Vargo Titanium Travel Coffee Filter
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When you’re out in the backcountry and want a fresh cup of coffee, the last thing you want to do is fiddle with a clunky brewing apparatus. Enter the Vargo travel coffee filter: a clean and simple one-piece brewer that makes a mean cup of joe in minutes Read More

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RayF
23041
Nov 27, 2019
Just get one of these!
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snaggletoothed
16
Jun 9, 2019
Just get one of these: https://www.amazon.com/Finum-Reusable-Stainless-Infusing-Brewing/dp/B000I68NCS/ref=sr_1_37?keywords=coffee+filter+camping&qid=1560107645&s=gateway&sr=8-37 and call it a day. The mesh is much finer than on the Vargo's so you will have less grounds in your cup. I usually boil my water in a pot, add my grounds to the pot after the water has boiled, stir and let sit for 5-6 minutes (just like a french press) and then pour my coffee through the filter and into my cup. Super lightweight, cheap and simple set-up that produces excellent coffee.
allemander
181
Apr 2, 2019
I have one of these and found it can do “double-duty” as a vegetable steamer insert lol. I simply place a large-fist sized bunch of raw, washed broccoli with its stem cut short directly onto and into this Vargo titanium travel coffee filter and retract the 3 legs to their most compact position (for smaller pots, but you may need to extend the legs for larger pots to achieve a broader and thus more stable stance). Then, place the entire assembly down into a cook-pot, add a small amount of water for steaming and cover with a lid. In my case, I used a Solo Stove 1800mL pot on my stovetop at home and it worked perfectly, although I would expect the same results in the great outdoors while cooking over a portable camp stove or even a ground fire, if that’s your preferred cooking method. In conclusion, this is a great piece of kit. It’s strong, well-made, highly functional, versatile and capable of serving many needs for a lifetime of use. Oh, it makes great coffee, too! Cleanup is a breeze, as well (dump used grounds and rinse filter to reuse). 🤷🏼‍♂️ Good luck everyone! 😃
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RayF
23041
Nov 27, 2019
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boca
6
Nov 5, 2018
$40? really, I bought a single pour over from Melitta for $2.56 at walmart
Pilulost
0
Mar 14, 2019
Keith Ti3911 is 200$ 😂 if you compare this is cheap 😂😂
CarolEB2
22
Oct 5, 2018
I'm naively thinking that the grounds can dry out during sunny lunch breaks and so a little less messy to pack out? The instant coffee isn't working for me so my other option is to try tea and pack the Bags out
Wakamaru
40
Jun 9, 2019
Recently quit coffee and into drinking black tea in the mornings. For camping, a large mesh tea ball like this below makes a decent cup while being ultra-light. You want the larger mesh ones so the dry tea has room to expand in the water, similar to brewing in a real teapot. https://www.amazon.com/Mesh-Tea-Ball-3-Large/dp/B0007DHN32 I buy them at the local dollar store for about $1.50 each.
CarolEB2
22
Jun 21, 2019
Yes, Tea is looking smarter for longer hikes
erichung1218
17
Sep 26, 2018
I've always bury coffee ground wherever I camp. coffee cause pollution? I would say coffee filter would be the problem. I am not making enough money to go environmental friendly, that's the job for rich and powerful.
J64372
4
Nov 27, 2019
Do you think coffee beans in the soil is bad for the environment?
kincheng
46
Nov 27, 2019
Depends if it disturbs the ecology and biodiversity in a negative way for the area in question.
This is my current go-to cone type brewer. https://dutchwaregear.com/product/tetra-drip/ 4 tenths of an ounce. It needs a filter which eliminates messy clean up. Just squeeze all the liquid out and throw the filter with grounds in your trash bag. Perfect! I used to use a GSI lexan french press, but hated cleaning it out.
kincheng
46
Dec 26, 2018
https://www.munieq.com/product-page/tetra-drip-01t Ouch, titanium version is $73.00! https://dutchwaregear.com/product/tetra-drip/ Plastic one from Dutch is $13.50
mbeeezy
86
Sep 26, 2018
If I didn't mind packing out coffee grinds, I'd be all over this. This is a super neat little piece for coffee purists. But I use Copper Cow Coffee's instant coffee & their sweetened condensed milk packets so I'm only packing out a little bit of waste. Good coffee, no complaints. I almost want this just to have it, but I will refrain. Ha.
BGko
19
Sep 26, 2018
I use the GSI Ultralight Java Drip for my backpacking trips. It packs flat, no filters needed, and only $10. Has been durable so far, used it on a good 5 or 6 trips at least.
https://www.amazon.com/GSI-Outdoors-Ultralight-Java-Drip/dp/B001LF3ICU/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1537979799&sr=8-2&keywords=gsi+ultralight+java+drip
g33kyg1rl
91
Sep 26, 2018
Same here. The GSI filter is fantastic, and I am really picky about coffee. It weighs 0.4 ounces on my scale, packs completely flat, and the fine mesh produces a really rich cup of coffee. I like it so much, that it is my everyday coffee filter. Produces a better cup of coffee than my $60 pourover brewer, for less than $10.
abela
520
Sep 28, 2018
Yep, I have been using the same GSI java drip for about three years, both out on the trail and at home. Holding up amazingly well. I cut about half of the 'legs' off and let it sit inside the cup.
high1
210
Sep 26, 2018
It would be better with detachable feet!
Anyway this is great at all
Stepbystep
549
Oct 1, 2018
Make it happen. Take out the rivets and replace them with aluminum or nylon male/female post screws.
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