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Review: The Aeropress Go
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Review: The Aeropress Go.

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  1. Findlay Mckay says:

    Grinder that fits in the Go as a final year project could be cool… with a fold down ring on the top to pull it out of the Go; OoooO with a magnet so the ring snaps down! But where does the handle go? Would you need to flat burr it to fit everything in? Can we eliminate the grounds chamber?? These big questions are answered next on "AhHH uni is flying by so fast"

  2. Myk Rushton says:

    As a scientific fisheries observer working on deep sea trawlers I appreciate the robust compact light weight all inclusive design of the APGo. The paper holder is useless, I swapped it and the papers out for a metal filter which also means I do not have to worry about packing enough papers for a trip. I broke the stirrer at the swivel wiping it clean.

  3. Zara Izara says:

    Traveling? The new one is better. It's all in one in small packages. You can buy coffee that has already been grind, or you can grind it yourself at home. The old one is big, and needs a separate mug, that mean more space requires and bringing grinder take another more space.

  4. Tony Williams says:

    I’m late to the party on all this, having just bought my first aeropress and started to dabble with what I guess is called specialty coffee. I’ve watched a couple of dozen aeropress ‘recipe’ vids, but am yet to find one that talks about different/good/best types of coffee, focusing instead on the brewing process itself. I have learnt some useful techniques but the search for wisdom on the most important ingredient continues…..

  5. Mana Bellum Ch. says:

    Regarding cup, I just experienced it today where I was in my own home but someone took a cup I always use to brew with it and I could find no cup to fit the AeroPress in from about 30+ glasses/cups in my cupboard! They're either to narrow or too wide or too thin (that you fear you will break it when press). So maybe you can find this situation of missing a cup more often than not.

  6. KristiChan1 says:

    To me, the space where a hand grinder would've once resided could house a small bag of pre-measured and pre-ground coffe, for when you won't have the time/inclination to grind a small batch at your destination. Yes I know the coffee won't be at it's peak, but in the scenario in my head I'm thinking it would still be far more welcome than what's on offer at said destination.

    Edit
    Afterthought: I do agree the cup needs a little more zhuzhing; I wouldn't be too please with the plastic bits/flakes where I'm going to drink, and it just makes it look cheap.

  7. Steven says:

    The only reason I didn’t buy this new Aero press downsize version. It will not fit a Prolex inside. I bring with me when I travel a Libby clear glass mug that I have diamond grinder and the handle smooth. I wrap it in a small hand towel. I’ve never broke a Libby mug. I’ve purchased these mugs at Goodwill stores, and I found them new at bed Bath and beyond in the United States. I just don’t see the point of this new smaller size press.

  8. Karen Boyle says:

    I recently bought the Original, and love the coffee when travelling in our Campervan. I bought the Go for my grandson, because I thought it was neat for commuting. I wish I’d seen the Go first! It is so neat that it fits in the cup, and can be stored without rattling!

  9. Halil İbrahim Yiğit says:

    As right as you are about a cup being unnecessary in office environments, as a student I have to disagree as it is not that easy to find a cup around in the campus between lectures. So, it has proved very valuable to me.

  10. Volition says:

    I think these are all valid points! But, given this was my first aeropress, ( I have plenty of experience in coffee and with other homebrewers) I feel the aeropressGo is pretty perfect. It contains everything you need to brew a small cup of coffee. No scoops, spoons, bits or bobs to get lost in your drawers at home. You use it, clean it, and then store it as a single unit. It takes any degree of variability or unnecessary complexity out of the brewing process. For a daily driver- that's all you can ask for. + I am an avid outdoor person/ bikepacker and the whole thing (minus grinder or beans) fits in a bar bag with room to spare. I can essentially fit the most essential part of my coffee outside set up + a mini stove and cannister in bag that I can carry on my hip or in between my handlebars.

  11. Tom Davis says:

    I got one for the campervan. It's perfect, I'm the only one that has hot drinks in my family. This keeps all my coffee paraphernalia together and out of everyone else's way.

    I brew a small amount of coffee and then add water, same as the instructions suggest.

    I think the only change I'd make is for the red cover to be one that you can drink through. Feels like a missed opportunity.

  12. Sean says:

    I have used an aeropress at home religiously for two years and I LOVE it. I am getting this one for work BECAUSE I like that everything tucks into the cup together and it will be easy to stash it in my drawer without losing anything.

  13. Max Maruszewski says:

    Well I dont expect you to understand traveling across country on a 45mph moped over the course of 2 months and camping the whole way but aeropress does!
    Have you ever tried to use an aeropress with a cup that is not sturdy enough to support it? IE: a paper one? Its super tedious and easy to burn yourself.

  14. Magnet108 says:

    Being a paramedic, this is a game changer especially the fact it comes with a cup! I pregrind coffee before I leave home and bring a flask of hot water. 10/10 would recommend!

  15. Erik L. says:

    at 03:10 you show the different plungers, mentioning the 'blanked hole'. This is most likely because during the injection moulding of that part, the injection point is in the middle of the part. Notice also that the holes are now in a circular pattern around that injection point. I'm sure with this design the injection moulding cycles are much shorter, and also there will be less defects.

  16. gpwnedable says:

    If I was going backpacking I think I would really like that. I have always struggled to make decent coffee while out in the woods. I have a french press attachment for my Jetboil, but it's pretty useless, the grounds all leak around the sides. This is smaller than the original, plus it comes with a cup, so I can leave my squishy silicone cup at home. Cleanup would be easier than getting grounds out of my pot.

  17. James Romanow says:

    the point of the cup is keeping everything together and water tight. So you roll out of bed in Hotel Hell, at 0400 hrs, brew one – or more likely two cups: throw everything in your bag; collect your bill from the floor where they jammed it under at 0200 hrs; and then off to your next port of call/sales stop/meetings etc.. Thus when you open your carryon, five hours later, your next white shirt is completely without a drip mark.

    The notion of travelling with what? A ziploc bag complete with grinder and beans and accoutrements and keeping your clothes clean is a triumph of optimism over experience.

  18. K D says:

    I think i will go for this one for campervan and hotel use. The main advantage I see is that you can quickly use it then clean it (or not) and just put it in it's container without getting a damp bag or filter papers. Besides, for an espresso shot you would not need it any bigger unless you were doing a filter type brew without milk.

  19. Mike Stevens says:

    Got mine at REI (10% dividend) and it is for hiking. I never could fit a grinder into my mug/filter setup and I never had an original Aeropress so this is actually a step up for me. It is a smidge heavier but it is also better coffee. Perfectly happy with it. Fwiw the cup that came with mine is smooth, no burs. I might not carry the cup though. It fits in my old mug.

  20. Tim O'Leary says:

    If you did a lot of walking and backpacking James, I think you'd get it, it's brilliant for those who value space and weight whilst out walking, but still want a good coffee. The space in the plunger is great for ground coffee, no way I'm putting a grinder in there and lugging it 1000m up a hill. I've 2 regular aeropresses, but this is the most useful for the type of outdoors use I want from it, but you're right about how you've described hotel or suitcase travel, for that I take regular one 🙂

    Thanks for the video's, I try to never miss one . . . without doubt my favourite YouTuber.

  21. David S. says:

    My wish list is not for a smaller version like this. What I want is a real carry case for the one I have, that fits all the parts compactly. The zippered bag is a fail IMHO. I want a bigger filter case that is not such a fumble. That's it. Otherwise for me, the original is the perfect travel device already.

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