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Yama Glass 6 Cup Coffee/Tea French Press (30oz)

Yama Glass 6 Cup Coffee/Tea French Press (30oz)
Yama Glass 6 Cup Coffee/Tea French Press (30oz) Yama Glass 6 Cup Coffee/Tea French Press (30oz) Yama Glass 6 Cup Coffee/Tea French Press (30oz)

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Manufacturer: Yama

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Quick Overview

Add some class to your morning ritual with this Coffee & Tea press from Yama Glass. Brew great coffee and look good doing it. Each unit is hand blown from borosilicate glass and is dishwasher & microwave safe as well as heat resistant.
Product description

This 6 Cup French Press from Yama Glass is perfect for brewing coffee or tea. Modern and elegant, this sophisticated french press is simple and easy to use. Made with hand blown borosilicate glass, these brewers are heat resistant, and safe for use in the dishwasher.

  • 6 in x 5 in x 8 in
  • Holds 30 oz
  • Body made with Borosilicate glass

Wholesale and Custom Branding Available

PLEASE: Upon placing your order for a custom item, send your artwork to info@espressoparts.com. In the subject line, please include your order number. Screen Printing Requirements: Set-up fee: $60* Screen printing price per item: $1.28 Shipping price will be determined in a quote Minimum order quantity to avoid additional fees: 108 items Screen printing price includes printing a single color on only one side of the item. For additional colors and graphics support, we will provide a custom quote. At this time we are unable to print inside items except for coffee sample trays. Gold and silver printing is available and may have an additional charge. Please contact Customer Service for a quote. Wholesale and volume discount prices are available on all of our cup collections. Your supplied artwork must be of professional grade. For bitmap images (JPG/TIFF/BMP, Photoshop, Corel PaintShop Pro), resolution should be at least 300 dpi or 600 by 600 pixels in size for a 2" by 2" image. We prefer vector files (Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw) files to prevent quality loss. Art work corrections may include additional fees.

* Different items & logo size changes may initiate an additional charge.

ratings & reviews

Customer Reviews

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Wouldn't buy again Review by Israel

Previously I owned a Bodum French Press and have used both my relatives Bodum and my new Yama French Press side by side for nearly 1 month. Overall I like the Bodum better than the Yama. I will try to compare each piece by piece, naming the winner.

LID: Yama. Yama is best because of the metal cover, Bodum has plastic

GLASS: Tie. The Yama uses Pyrex which is high quality and the Bodum is also good. The Bodum has markings on the side but the Yama does not. I pour based upon weight so markings don't matter to me.

PLUNGER ROD: Bodum. Bodum is better because it is solid in its connection with the lid. The Yama has more play in it. This doesn’t affect the actual plunge as both are solid as while pushing down the grind. The Yama just bothers me a bit because it always feels like something should be tightened to reduce wiggle.

METAL FILTER: Bodum. The Bodum has a metal washer around the interior of the metal filter. The Yama does not. I suspect this will result in the Yama metal filter coming apart more quickly.

METAL SPOKE COVER: Bodum. The Yama metal here feels less solid and has more grooves making it harder to clean.

REMOVAL OF FILTER FOR CLEANING: Bodum. Yama has a small screw piece that can be lost during cleaning. The Bodum has the threads connected to the metal so it won’t be lost. The Yama is also much harder to take apart than the Bodum. Big win for Bodum.

HANDLE: Bodum. While I like the fact that Yama’s handle is metal, it is less well supported. This is similar to the plunger rod. It doesn’t actually affect use but makes it feel less strong.

SEAT FOR GLASS: Yama (barely). The Yama looks nicer but the Bodum is just as good. The Bodum has had the glass come out once while I enthusiastically attempted to get the last bit of water out. The Yama has always stayed in solid though it seems less likely to remain in place based upon construction. I supposed a slight win for Yama.

OVERAL CONSTRUCTION: Bodum. The Yama seems to have taken many shortcuts. Body is much better.

I have not used other French Presses so cannot compare anything else.

(Posted on 7/26/2015)