One of the annoyances of making coffee using a French Press if the clean-up process afterwards, coffee grounds seem to get everywhere and then end up being all over your sink or still left in the French Press. One company is now looking to launch the next-generation no mess French Press, aptly named the Rite Press. Check out the demonstration video below to learn more about its unique patented design which allows you to easily clean out any coffee grounds left from your coffee making process without making a mess.
The Rite Press is now available to backfire Kickstarter with super early bird pledges starting from just $25 for the half litre silver finish French Press. If all goes well worldwide shipping is expected to take place during March 2018. As well as not making a mess the Rite Press is also equipped with a built a thermometer and timer enabling users to make their perfect cup of coffee at the exact required temperature.
Timing is everything, especially in a coffee press. Both under- and over-brewing lead to bad-tasting coffee. Our built-in and simple to use hourglass is set for precisely 3 min and 30 seconds. When the sand is done flowing, it’s time to press down the plunger and enjoy an amazing cup. The Rite timer is magnetically attached to the Rite Press.
The Rite Press can be used with tea or coffee and includes a design with a removable bottle, built-in hourglass timer and aforementioned thermometer. For more details, full specifications and a list of all available earlybird pledges jump over to the official Rite Kickstarter campaign page by following the link below.
Updated 7th February 2019:
It would appear that some backers of this project are having an issue with the company and some have reported that they have not received their device, if you have a similar issue with this company then you should contact Kickstarter to get it resolved.
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