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Frieling Insulated Coffee Maker French Press - Brushed Stainless Steel

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Quick Overview

Make way french presses! The Frieling Insulated French Press is a step-up from your average french press with it's double wall insulation. It keeps it's contents hot four times longer than your basic glass french press. Made of 18/10 stainless steel and an all steel mesh plunger mechanism, this coffee press will keep the drinks steaming hot and can also be used as a stylish pitcher for cold drinks such as water, milk, iced tea and juice.
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Make way french presses! The Frieling Insulated French Press is a step-up from your average french press with it's double wall insulation. It keeps it's contents hot four times longer than your basic glass french press. Made of unbreakable 18/10 stainless steel and an all steel mesh plunger mechanism, this coffee press will keep the drinks steaming hot and can also be used as a stylish pitcher for cold drinks such as water, milk, iced tea and juice.

The Frieling French Press comes in five sizes:

  • 1 or 2 cup = 8oz
  • 3 or 4 cup = 17oz
  • 5 or 6 cup = 23oz
  • 7 or 8 cup = 36oz
  • 8 or 9 cup = 44oz

A Note About Coffee & Cups

Let us break it down for you: Although 8 ounces equals a cup in the baking world, a US cup of coffee is measured at 6 ounces and a European cup of coffee is measured at 4.25 ounces. This is why we sometimes list ounces to paint a more accurate picture of capacity.

Pros
  • Hot, Hot, Hot - With a double wall feature and made of stainless steel, this press guarantees that your hot drinks will stay hotter four times longer than the average glass French press.
  • Take Your Pick - You won't be confined to just one size, since this press comes in four different sizes ranging from 1-7 cups.
Cons
  • Clean-Up - Clean up isn't always easy as many grounds and silt get stuck within the plunger filter so make sure to carefully clean and rinse the filter after every use.
Ease of Use 4
Ease of Care and Maintenance 3
Overall Value for the Money 4
How Does it Compare?

Manufacturer Data: Frieling French press, 11 oz

Crew Review Data For Comparison Purposes

  • Empty Pot (to the rim): 11 oz
  • Tbs Coarse Ground Coffee: 3 tbs
  • Hot Water Added: 9.5 oz
  • YIELD: 8 oz

    • Manufacturer Data: Frieling French press, 22 oz

      Crew Review Data For Comparison Purposes

      • Empty Pot (to the rim): 19.5 oz
      • Tbs Coarse Ground Coffee: 5 tbs
      • Hot Water Added: 16 oz
      • YIELD: 14 oz
Tips and Tricks

Like a stronger cup of coffee? Experiment with adding another tablespoon of coarse ground coffee to the pot. Also warm up the press with hot water while waiting for coffee water to boil to maintain temperature. And finally, put the plunger into the press at a slight angle to avoid grounds getting above the mesh.

Width 8 oz: 2.875 inches | 17 oz: 3.25 inches | 23 oz: 3.625 inches | 36 oz: 4 inches | 44 oz: 3.625 inches
Depth 8 oz: 2.875 inches | 17 oz: 3.25 inches | 23 oz: 3.625 inches | 36 oz: 4 inches | 44 oz: 3.625 inches
Height 8 oz: 6.5 inches | 17 oz: 8 inches | 23 oz: 8.5 inches | 36 oz: 9.5 inches | 44 oz: 11.25 inches
Material Brushed Stainless Steel
Manufacturer Frieling

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Frieling Insulated Coffee Maker French Press - Brushed Stainless Steel
Already Asked: 5 Questions, 17 Answers
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Bet G asked: If I order the larger pot can I also make less coffee in it when I know we won't drink all of it? Feb 7, 2014
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Andy H: Sure, why not? Although I think the brewed coffee would cool off quicker, and possibly brew differently, given that the hot water initially poured into the press (should be just a bit cooler than boiling) would be heating much more stainless steel per amount of coffee brewed in the larger press versus the smaller press.

For the same consideration as yours, I almost bought the 16oz press, but, as I want to drink less coffee, and am the only coffee drinker in the household, I bought the 11 oz press, which makes about 8 or 9 oz of wonderfully strong and flavorful coffee (freshly ground beans only). I drink it black, in a 4 oz cup, and am totally psyched about that press and the coffee it makes.
Feb 8, 2014
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stuart s: Yes. But you have to keep the proportions right. This is the best press I've owned, though it doesn't keep as hot as long as billed, though better if you "pre-heat" the pot (rinse with hot tap water a couple times) before making coffee. Feb 8, 2014
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Elma U: Hi Bet G,

I actually ordered the larger one and only use it to make 1 cup of coffee. I love this french press, since it's very dueable and isolates heat.

Hope this helps in your decision to buy a larger pot.
Feb 8, 2014
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Alison W: yes, just use less coffee and water. You adjust the amount of coffee for your preference anyway. I love my pot and couldn't be happier. I would definitely get the bigger size since company will want another cup...and so will you! Feb 9, 2014
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han f: Yes, I've made anywhere from 1 to 5 cups...cups being about 8oz. If you're doing American size (i.e. How coffee mmeasure) mugs it'll make 3 cups of coffee. I've also made tea in this. Love it, very sturdy pretty. Feb 8, 2014
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Joan C S: Yes you can make any amount of coffee you like. I purchased a larger press and adjust the amount of coffee to the amount of hot water used to make the desired amiunt of coffee. Feb 8, 2014
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Karl P: Depends / If you are using 75 - 80% of capacity it's probably ok. Great product if you warm it with hot water before using. Feb 9, 2014
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mary b: As with any french press, you can just use less grounds and less water and make a half pot, 2/3 pot, or whatever you like. Feb 8, 2014
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Suzanne M: Yes. And it may not be as large as you think since the coffee takes up room in the pot! Feb 8, 2014
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Lynette H: Yes, you can make whatever quantity you wish. I'm very pleased with the unit. Feb 10, 2014
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Jeremy g: Absolutely, you can make less coffee in the larger pot. Feb 8, 2014
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Patricia C: Yes. Feb 8, 2014
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Anne Marie C F: Yes Feb 8, 2014
Bryan C asked: Can I use this on a campfire? Looking for an all-around versatile press...... Jun 14, 2014
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Teri KStaff: No, this Frieling Coffee Press is not designed to be put directly onto any heat source, and so you would not want to put it on a campfire. Unfortunately we do not have any French Presses that can be put directly onto a heat source and instead you would want to heat water and add the hot water and grounds into the press off of the heat. Jun 16, 2014
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andrew c asked: Is this item made in germany? Jan 20, 2014
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Teri KStaff: No, this Frieling Insulated French Press is made in China. Jan 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hello

Does the grounds screen detach so that it can be thoroughly cleaned?

Thanks
Oct 10, 2013
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Teri KStaff: Yes, the screen on this Frieling French Press is removable for cleaning. Oct 11, 2013
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Kitty W asked: Could this French work as a cold brew? Have you thought about trying it that way? I am looking for a great one but don't want any plastic plastic parts. Kitty Apr 15, 2012
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Kaylie KStaff: Yes, the Frieling french press would work for cold brew. We haven't tested this particular one, but any french press can be used for cold brew, you will just need to use a lot more coffee as it needs to be coarsely ground. A better choice for a rich concentrate might be the Sowden Soft Brew: http://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/Sowden-Soft-Brew-Coffee-Maker-p/scg11528-9-0039.htm Apr 16, 2012
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Warranty Information for the Frieling French Press

What it Covers:

Frieling Products

Length: 5 Year
Who Supports the Warranty: Frieling
Warranty Contact Information: 800-827-2582 service@frieling.com Form
Eligible for SCG Extended Warranty? No

Caring for the Frieling French Press

For detailed care instructions, please refer to the user manual. We recommend that you also incorporate the following into your cleaning routine:

Amazing

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No grounds on the bottom of the cup.
Fantastically bold cup of coffee.
Amazing heat retention for a steaming cup of coffee. This was the most important thing for me. No heat loss during steeping. Also while my water is coming to a boil, i preheat the press with very hot tap water.
Be careful about the size you choose.
I have a 23oz one and it is perfect if you want to make a minimum of 2 cups but not more than 3. If you are a 1 cup maker, choose a smaller one. i am still able to make 1 cup but the coffee feels a little muddier if I make small quantity of coffee.

(Posted on 5/7/14)

this makes great coffee and no plastic in filter

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I am very content with my Frieling Insulated French Press. I had about 4 glass ones prior to this one and they all broke during clean up over time. I went with a coffee press when my electric percolator gave up and the replacement only lasted 4 mths. I have impressed all my friends and relatives with this press and I have been accepted into the coffee snob crowd without question. Truth is I make a mean cup of tea - the secret to that is to buy a tea pot, use boiling water and pour the hot water over the tea (after of course one warms the pot). You can warm this pot also prior to brewing. I also warm my cup prior to pouring my coffee. Bottom line: couldn't be happier. Recommend it to anyone. Worth every cent I paid for it.

(Posted on 2/9/14)

Best French Press

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I love the brushed steel and the heaviness ot the pot. The spout pours without spilling, the coffee stays hot, and it's the most delicious French Press coffee I've tasted. Very easy to clean. And then it sits on my kitchen counter, looking beautiful and enticing.

(Posted on 12/2/13)

Great product

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If it is a French press you are looking for, look no further!

(Posted on 9/10/13)

The best.

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I needed something that wouldn't break, holds heat, and would last a long time. The Frieling press met all three of my needs. You can't go wrong with the Frieling press or SeattleCoffeeGear.

(Posted on 2/20/13)

THE BEST!!!

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A well crafted French press that brews a smooth and full-bodied coffee. The insulated double-wall construction keeps the coffee much hotter than any glass French press and is virtually indestructible. Very easy to clean a major plus. I would highly recommend to anyone who enjoys a great cup of coffee.

(Posted on 2/17/13)

Great Coffee

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Seattle Coffee was a great source to buy our new French Press. We had struggled with a couple different French Press items in the past -- broken cylindar, broken plunger with no way to replace. We were a bit concerned about the lack of flavor from the metal canister but it has been great. Good coffee and easy to clean.

(Posted on 2/16/13)

Frieling Press

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SeattleCoffeeGear get's 5 stars for fast shipping and best price. I have not used the press yet as it is a X-mass gift. Frieling Stanless Press is a great product from past experiences with one. I know this will be the same. Thanks to SCG. gp

(Posted on 12/19/12)

Awesome!

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I love this french press. I previously had 3 french presses that
eventually broke with handling, washing. I had 2 glass ones and a ceramic one that was very nice. However, my husband dropped that one in our stainless sink and it broke too. I now have the 22 0z.(about 2 cups) an indestructable french press that even if dropped will not break.

I make my coffee strong, pour from the press and then add hot water to the cup to my taste. Then I have extra for later in the day.

Thanks Seattlecoffeegear for making this one available.
K

(Posted on 12/15/12)

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