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
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Nov 27, 2019
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Just get one of these!
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Nov 27, 2019
snaggletoothed
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Jun 9, 2019
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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.
Jun 9, 2019
allemander
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Apr 2, 2019
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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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Apr 2, 2019
RayF
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Nov 27, 2019
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boca
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Nov 5, 2018
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$40? really, I bought a single pour over from Melitta for $2.56 at walmart
Nov 5, 2018
Pilulost
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Mar 14, 2019
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Keith Ti3911 is 200$ 😂 if you compare this is cheap 😂😂
Mar 14, 2019
CarolEB2
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Oct 5, 2018
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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
Oct 5, 2018
Wakamaru
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Jun 9, 2019
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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.
Jun 9, 2019
CarolEB2
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Jun 21, 2019
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Yes, Tea is looking smarter for longer hikes
Jun 21, 2019
erichung1218
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Sep 26, 2018
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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.
Sep 26, 2018
J64372
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Nov 27, 2019
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Do you think coffee beans in the soil is bad for the environment?
Nov 27, 2019
kincheng
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Nov 27, 2019
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Depends if it disturbs the ecology and biodiversity in a negative way for the area in question.
Nov 27, 2019
Gentle_Jack_Jones
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Sep 26, 2018
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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.
Sep 26, 2018
kincheng
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Dec 26, 2018
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Dec 26, 2018
Gentle_Jack_Jones
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Dec 28, 2018
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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
Dec 28, 2018
mbeeezy
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Sep 26, 2018
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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.
Sep 26, 2018
BGko
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Sep 26, 2018
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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
Sep 26, 2018
g33kyg1rl
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Sep 26, 2018
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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.
Sep 26, 2018
abela
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Sep 28, 2018
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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.
Sep 28, 2018
high1
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Sep 26, 2018
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It would be better with detachable feet!
Anyway this is great at all
Sep 26, 2018
Stepbystep
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Oct 1, 2018
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Make it happen. Take out the rivets and replace them with aluminum or nylon male/female post screws.
Oct 1, 2018
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