• Reviews around glass (1.97 of 5)

    Mueller French Press Double Insulated 310 Stainless Steel Coffee Maker 4 Level Filtration System, No Coffee Grounds, Rust-Free, Dishwasher Safe

    • Doesn’t have glass parts that break easily like other french presses
    • I love that it’s stainless steel, not glass
    • I have been using the Glass French presses for many years but the glass kept breaking
    • My partner kept breaking the glass (Bodum) French Press' of this version
    • I was given a glass French Press that I broke when cleaning it
    • Also, having glass French press break more than once perfect in stainless.
    • As good or better than putting a glass press in a cozy
    • We used cheap glass products before
    • Easy to clean and no glass carafe to break.
    • No more breaking the glass.
    • First one was glass and didn't like it as much compared to this guy
    • Bought this after breaking my glass one
    • Overall, I'm very happy with this purchase, I bought this one because our cheap ikea glass french press shattered and we needed a new one.
    • This is easy to use and is a good quality alternative to my glass boding, which broke
    • Our last one was glass and fell off the counter, shattering into a few million pieces
    • This is a beautiful piece of equipment - every bit as elegant as the usual glass-and french press
    • After having multiple, cheap glass French presses break, this provided a great solution
    • No glass mess
    • its good , better that glass but after few months of using this products , sometimes its hard to coffee to brew , have to reassembly metal parts and clean again , make sure there is no any dirt as coffee will not brew, and this is annoying
    • No more replacing broken glass presses
    • It’s nice to be able to leave this out without worrying about ugly stained glass
    • Looks good and while not quite as elegant as glass, it doesn't break as easily
    • Beautiful stainless steal, first time buying , I’ve only ever used glass ones but this one is good!
    • The glass kept breaking on my old ones
    • I was worried about the glass falling or breaking
    • I'll probably just purchase another glass one that may not be amazing but doesn't pretend to be something it's not.
    • I broke one of those delicate glass liners and got this great Press for less than the cost of replacement glass canisters.
    • You’ll never have to worry about breaking the glass in this one
    • Glass can break, and the stainless steel French press is a better option
    • After I broke my glass one
    • We had a glass one before and it broke.
    • Works great, as well as my glass ones but keeps the coffee in the pot hotter for longer, also there is no glass to break.
    • Works great, as well as my glass ones but keeps the coffee in the pot hotter for longer, also there is no glass to break.
    • My cat broke my glass
    • Replaced glass beaker models that cracked over time.
    • I recently went from a somewhat high-end Breville espresso machine to an inexpensive glass carafe French Press for my morning coffee.
    • Finally found one I do not need to keep replacing due to breaking the glass all the time!!Extremely well made, easy to use and simple to clean.
    • Way better than the glass one we were gifted, but then broke when it flew out of the cabinet.
    • Easy to make coffee and the second cup stays hot (vs the glass French press where the coffee cools quickly)
    • I bought this coffee press because the glass in my old press cracked, making the whole thing unusable.
    • Having broken more than a few of the cheap glass presses over the years, it's been fantastic to have such solid, quality construction in hand since I received this press a few weeks ago.
    • It was a lot better than the glass one.
    • The glass was too fragile
    • I always break the glass ones
    • I broke the glass of my last French press while cleaning it - I scoop the used grounds with a spoon & have a habit of tapping the spoon on the rim, which caused it to crack
    • He uses it every day, says coffee stays hot and is especially nice since there is no glass component to break...
    • I like it much better than the glass version I had which cut my hand last week due to broken glass!
    • I've broken 2 glass
    • Replacement for my glass French press that had cracked.
    • I have broken many glass ones over the years.
    • I'm not a coffee snob, I just need caffeine and this works as well as my glass one, without the breaking
    • i can't tell you how many glass ones i've broken over the years.
    • Superior to the cheap thin glass presses you’ll spend $9 for at the local Swedish big box
    • I had a glass french press that broke when I put it down on the edge of the sink.
    • The main reason I went with the Mueller French press is the durability; the glass French presses chip easily and can shatter
    • I bought a stainless steel one because I kept breaking the glass ones and I wanted something more sturdy to take camping and when traveling
    • I replaced my husbands first french press that was glass with this one...much more durable and keeps the coffee hot for much longer.
    • Definitely better than glass - looks great and keeps coffee hot!
    • Not glass, won’t break
    • I have gone through too many glass presses that crack and break
    • The last French press I ordered from Amazon was glass and broke in
    • keeps coffee warmer longer than glass similar items
    • I broke 2 glass ones and really want something more durable
    • Well made, no glass parts to break, and it's simply lovely
    • so it won't break as easily as my glass one
    • Why have I struggled for years with glass press pots that break often, and plungers that hurt your palm
    • All insulated metal - no glass parts that could crack or break.
    • My glass French press broke and I got this as a replacement and love it
    • I purchased this to replace my glass french press which mysteriously cracked one day...
    • You don't have to worry about breaking the glass or the handle
    • Accidentally broke my daughters glass one So replaced with stainless steel
    • I drink beer and apparently, break fragile glass
    • Works just as well as the glass models
    • Kept breaking the glass ones this one is fantastic
    • My husband and I have broken 3 glass ones and decided enough was enough
    • Like stainless steel, I have had several glass containers that broke easily.
    • Our glass one broke because it was too thin/fragile
    • I got sick of breaking my glass ones and i dont use plastic
    • We got this because we keep breaking the glass ones.
    • I promised myself I'd replace the glass one with stainless when it broke
    • Loved glass french
    • Want to clean delicate glass French Press or Stainless Steel
    • The glass ones look nice and allow you to see the quantity of coffee left, but can break.
    • It does hold exactly 40g of coffee beans, enough for one press, but that’s all.
    • I have owned for two months and love this french press today as much as I did the first day
    • Very questionable as to the material and processing of this product
    • This brand had a suspicious influx of 5 star reviews and comments all around the same time, so be careful with these reviews!It works as it is supposed to
    • This press is as beautiful as it is functional.
    • If you love coffee as much as we do, you use a press to get that robust, fresh, beach vacation taste
    • Works as you think it would
    • Has been easy to clean, makes a great cup of coffee, as well as, a great iced coffee too (when kept in fridge overnight).
    • It is also very easy to clean as there aren't any unnecessary crevices for coffee to get into
    • Makes a great cup(s) of coffee and makes my friend who loves French Pressed coffee jealous
    • Makes a great cup(s) of coffee and makes my friend who loves French Pressed coffee jealous