UPPHETTAFrench press coffee maker, glass/stainless steel

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Many times, coffee and tea is what keeps you going – or makes you relax. This coffee/tea maker serves your favorite beverages around the clock and in all seasons. Hot and freshly made as it should be!

Article Number602.413.89

Product details

Pour hot water over ground coffee beans or tea leaves, push down the strainer and serve straight from the French press coffee maker.

Can be taken apart for easy cleaning.

Wash this product before using it for the first time.

Article Number602.413.89
  • Heat resistant glass, Polypropylene, Stainless steel

    Dishwasher-safe.

  • If you have difficulties pushing down the plunger, remove it from the pot. Then try to push it down slowly and gently vertically. Do not force the plunger down or to the sides since the glass may break.
  • No cadmium or lead added.

    We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.

Measurements

Height: 9 "

Diameter: 4 "

Volume: 34 oz

  • UPPHETTA
    French press coffee makerArticle Number602.413.89

    Width: 6 ¾ "

    Height: 4 ½ "

    Length: 8 ¾ "

    Weight: 1 lb 1 oz

    Package(s): 1

Reviews

4.6(450)
Coffee PressALWhen a pour-over isn't quite enough...5
tiny coffe / tea makerTAMMYIt does what it does it is cute and good for two cups of drink wish the bottom of the plastic can come off to clean4
Simple & perfectSANDRAI don't drink coffee, just tea, but with my sister coming to visit, I didn't want to incur a lot of money to buy a coffee machine. This is perfect for her.5
Spills easilyCandiceThe lid, although it has a pour arrow, doesn’t cover the spout and will easily spill coffee if not picked up precisely or when bumped. All in all a good inexpensive French press option.3
Can’t beat the price. IJACKCan’t beat the price. I purchase several at a time due to their fragile construction. These do not last long as the fragile glass develops cracks, breaks in the sink or dish tray. I am lucky to get 4 months use out of one before it self destructs.2
GoodxiaotengGood5
Just rightANAHIJust right5
Coffee pressMelanaGood press, no need to spend lots of money, this works well.5
good productMarygood product2
Great PotVELINDAThis pot works great for all of our loose tea. Awesome purchase!5
Great coffee press!PaulaRight size for me, easy to use.5
great for loose leaf teaPamgreat for loose leaf tea for one5
Excellent product!!!sallyExcellent product!!!5
Very affordable french pressPennyI have purchased many of these - for myself and others. Makes a very good cup or coffee or tea, and also makes a great gift.5
Easy to useJANEThe coffee isn’t as good as it is with the palm press I was hoping to replace but it is easier to use.4
Great productCarmeishaGreat product5
Excellent!MaricarExcellent!5
Not bad for the priceHeatherAfter multiple uses over the course of a week, it seems like this is of similar quality to & will last at least as long as the $20 Bodum one we had that recently loosened irreparably & lasted for about a year. Since it's less than half the price, I would consider this a great product if it lasts a full year.5
Good coffeeKARENYears ago I wanted to try a coffee press and my husband couldn’t see it. Lately we seem to need a little more in the mornings and this is what we go to. We occasionally use it in the evenings or for a small group of friends. Good coffee no Matt want brand we use. Now he wants to know why we wanted so long to get one!?!5
Comparable to more expensive French Press.FloraHave used French Press coffee makers for decades. This is the first IKEA brand purchased and am very satisfied.5
UPPHETTA French press coffee maker, glass/stainless steel, 34 oz

A better everyday one cup at a time

Have you had coffee or tea today? Statistically, you most likely have. In fact, these hot brews are the most consumed beverages in the world next after water. They’re a part of life that can give a silver lining to any moment. That’s why we decided to update our selection of products to make that perfect cup – from the tea infuser and the kettle to the milk frother.

Malin Ljungström, who was involved in developing the range, shares her insights. “To many, the smell of coffee and tea means well-being and a homey feeling. Since we want to improve people’s everyday, we’re offering products that make it possible for more to experience more feelgood moments at home.”

Developing things that make a difference

Malin and her colleagues dug deep into coffee and tea cultures to find out what tools people feel they can’t live without. They talked to specialists and investigated living, eating and drinking habits. “We wanted to develop items that make a difference, so we’ve focused on a few, but carefully selected products,” she states. The team cooperated with IKEA Test Lab in Älmhult, Sweden. It’s an IKEA version of a James Bond lab where prototypes are inspected and evaluated. “A couple of the things we checked were that the thermoses can keep fluids really warm for a long time. And that the glass mugs and glass pots are durable and comfortable, even though they look and feel light and airy,” says Malin.

For all tastes and different wallets

No matter how you enjoy your cup, you’ll find the things that put an extra flavor to your drink in the range. Another good thing is that there’s something for all wallets. “It’s one of our contributions to a better life at home. A way to improve people’s everyday one cup at a time,” concludes Malin.

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Material

What is glass?

Glass is mainly made of sand, soda, and lime melted at a high temperature. Tempering or various additives gives you extra-strong and impact-resistant glass that in some cases can be taken straight from freezer to oven without cracking. A big benefit is how glass can be recycled over and over without the quality deteriorating. Also, a lot less energy is needed to melt recycled glass compared to new raw materials. Our goal is to eventually use only recycled glass in our range.