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GSI Outdoors Javamill

Review by Arnie P

GSI Outdoors Javamill

GSI Outdoors Javamill

GSI Outdoors provided the Javamill for review purposes.

GSI Outdoors Javamill

 

The GSI Outdoors Javamill is a hand operated coffee grinder. It is compact when in transit mode. The see-through materials allow for viewing most of the parts. The lightweight Javamill takes up a small amount of space. It fits in my hand and is easy to store in a pack.  To read more please click here.

Update on the Glacier Stainless Microlite 500 Bottle

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GSI Outdoors Glacier Microlite Water Bottle

The GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Microlite 500 Bottle for just over a month. Let me say this bottle rocks. It is so lightweight I cannot believe it. It is so slender that it fits comfortably in my hand. Best of all it kept my beverages cold over 8 hours. There is no odd taste to my water and the bottle looks pretty good too.

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Jenn K.

GSI Outdoors-Glacier Stainless Microlite 500 Bottle

GSI Outdoors Microlite 500 bottle The Glacier Stainless Microlite 500 Bottle is a new product from GSI Outdoors. This vacuum bottle is marketed as being lightweight and packable. Read more here. 

By Jenn K.

Final Update: GSI Outdoors Commuter Java Press

GSI Outdoors Commuter Java Press Over the past month I have been using the Java press to brew my morning coffee. My cup of morning coffee has never tasted fresher. I actually love the Java Press and I plan on using it until it either falls apart or something better happens to come along.

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By Jenn K.

Update Java Press

Java Press For the past month I have been making my morning brew with the GSI Outdoors Java Press. I may have missed about three days of making my coffee with the Java Press over the past month. That is about it. And on those days I just skipped coffee.

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Jenn K.

Drip, Drip, Dripping Away with the GSI Java Drip

waiting When the Java Drip first arrived I was a bit put off by its size. I did not think it was something I would carry in my pack, but over the last few months I have really grown attached to this item.

I have gone from worrying about its weight to figuring out ways to make sure I got it in my day pack or lumbar pack.  As the weather grew colder here in Texas, my desire to have hot drinks when outside has increased several fold.

Read more about the GSI Java Drip here.