Easy to use, eminently portable, I even use it in places that don't serve coffee just to have my own cup! Very well designed and worth every penny.
Thank you, Gil!
Great for on the go
So simple and easy to use, I take this with me anytime I travel and use it on a daily basis. Loved it so much I bought it as a gift for a friend :) definitely a great purchase
Thank you, Cayla!
The coffee it brews is excellent. I have used many different brewing systems and I believe this is the best cup of coffee I have ever made!
I compared this to the Aeropress, and although it is a little more price-wise, I believe it is worth it. It comes completely apart and cleans up fairly easily. Like all coffee presses, the grounds never fall right out, there are always some to rinse away.
Take it from a former barista, you won't be disappointed with the freshest, most flavorful cup of coffee you've ever had!
Thank you, Kent!
I bought a Palm Press at a coffee expo in New York in (I think) 2019 in anticipation of a trip to Japan in 2020. Well, we all know what happened in 2020 (and 2021, and 2022) but this year I finally made the trip and I've gotta tell you, having my Palm Press was a godsend. Hotels in Japan have a kettle, but only tea and instant coffee (ugh) but with the Palm Press, we were able to have great coffee every morning.
Most importantly, it makes great coffee. Secondly, it cleans up very easily. Third, the built-in filter means no paper filters required. Fourth, no glass to break (I found this out the hard way, when a mini French press shattered in my luggage once), and Fifth, it squishes down to nothing and easily fits in a suitcase or backpack.
My partner and I use a Chemex for our morning pot of coffee, but now that I'm retired, I sometimes feel like a mid-morning cup while I read the paper or do the crossword. Before, I'd use the Nespresso, but now I just use my Palm Press. Not only is it a better cup of coffee, I like the fact that there's no little pods to worry about buying and then recycling (or worse, cluttering up the landfill).
Wow, thank you so much, Paul!!