Stanley The Stay Hot French Press 1.4L Hammertone Green Vandflaske

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Fiskedeal Stanley The Stay-Hot French Press - High quality coffee pot! - Capacity: 1,4L - Dimensions: 24.2×12.4×18.1cm - Weight: 1130g - 18/8 stainless steel - Double-walled vacuum insulation - Ergonomic handle - Easy to clean filter - Dishwasher safe - Integrated steel coffee press! Great coffee is meant to be shared, and this large-capacity French press can brew enough for your entire party. There’s a stainless steel mesh filter to keep the coffee grounds in place, so you get a bold, flavorful cup of coffee every time. Vacuum insulation keeps the coffee glowing hot until you’re ready to pour. Ruggedly built for the outdoors, but so good you’ll probably use it daily at home!

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Stanley The Stay-Hot French Press - High quality coffee pot! - Capacity: 1,4L - Dimensions: 24.2×12.4×18.1cm - Weight: 1130g - 18/8 stainless steel - Double-walled vacuum insulation - Ergonomic handle - Easy to clean filter - Dishwasher safe - Integrated steel coffee press! Great coffee is meant to be shared, and this large-capacity French press can brew enough for your entire party. There’s a stainless steel mesh filter to keep the coffee grounds in place, so you get a bold, flavorful cup of coffee every time. Vacuum insulation keeps the coffee glowing hot until you’re ready to pour. Ruggedly built for the outdoors, but so good you’ll probably use it daily at home!

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Du kan lave den lækreste kaffe med denne stærke Stanley The Stay-Hot French Press 1.4L! Det fantastiske ved denne franske presse er, at den er lavet af stål, så kaffen bliver ved med at koge i 4 timer. Derudover kan du nemt rengøre den franske presse, og lugte eller smagsstoffer forbliver ikke i den franske presse.

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