AeroPress Go Travel Coffee Press
Features & how to use
Details & Specs
Even more convenient than the original, the AeroPress Go Travel Coffee Press takes compact coffee brewing to a new level with its space-saving design for adventurers on the move.
This coffee maker provides you with smooth and rich coffee removing any bitterness and is super easy to clean. It can produce 1-3 cups of hot coffee in about a minute and cold brew in under two minutes. The entire unit including the accessories, are designed to fit inside the mug which doubles as a carry case, allowing it to easily fit inside your rucksack, travel bag or desk drawer.
You’ll never have to go without your morning caffeine fix when camping, hiking or travelling with the exceptionally compact and portable AeroPress Go Travel Coffee Press from Aerobie.
Lightweight, compact and convenient
Durable and easy to clean design
Produces smooth, rich coffee without any bitterness
Brews hot coffee in a minute and cold brew in under two minutes
Everything fits inside the mug for convenient storage
Includes AeroPress Go Coffee maker, filter cap, compact paddle, chamber, 350 paper filters, and mug with lid.
In Use Dimensions:
Press only extended 23L x 9W x 9D cm (approx.)
Press only 12L x 9W x 9D cm | Including accessories 14L x 10W x 10D cm
0.326 Kg Including Accessories, Excluding 350 Paper Filters
Wondering if the filter sizes are the same between original and go? Would like something akin to the Able Disk reusable filter rather than paper, but have no idea if the size is right for Go?
Tyson - Sheffield, TAS(1 year ago)
The Aeropress & Aeropress Go have exactly the same end cap, so the stainless steel reusable disk will work with both. Hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Best coffee grind1 answer
Hey there Ben What's the best coffee grind to use? Coarser or finer grind?
bea - Ashgrove East, QLD(3 years ago)
The official word from Aeropress is to use an Espresso grind, which is generally fairly fine, this is best suited to the standard press method. Generally, with the inversion method, you'd use a Medium-Fine or Medium grind and leave it to brew for a few minutes before pressing. Personally, I use the inversion method with a Medium-Fine grind most of the time.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Does it makes less than the original?1 answer
Does this new version have a smaller capacity than the original? ie does it hold less hot water?
Jo - Bright(4 years ago)
Yes the Aeropress Go has a slightly smaller capacity, it has three quarters of the capacity, and goes to the number 3 on the chamber, the original goes up to the number 4.
Leece - Snowys(4 years ago)
Why is the lady pouring water the other way? Is it recommended1 answer
I am curious to know why in the picture the lady is pouring the water the other way.
Sushovan - North Ryde(4 years ago)
She is making coffee using the 'inverted' method, Sushovan. This is a commonly used method but Aeropress don't recommend it as the unit becomes top-heavy and there is an increased risk of spilling hot water.
You can use this inverted method if you have a stable spot to stand the unit, and using this method can make a stronger coffee as the water does not immediately start to filter through. Instead, you are getting full immersion of the coffee grounds for as long as you want, so you can make a strong brew.