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AeroPress Go (RRP$55)


AeroPress Go – The Better Travel Coffee Press. Thoughtfully engineered to provide all the delicious capabilities of the original AeroPress plus a convenient drinking mug that doubles as a carrying case. Compact, lightweight and durable – ingeniously engineered to ensure that everything fits inside the mug.

Available on back-order

why is the aeropress go the better travel press?

  • Tastier: Like the original AeroPress it brews smooth, rich coffee without the bitterness and high acidity you can expect from French Press brewed coffee.
  • Fast and easy: The AeroPress Go brews hot coffee in about 1 minute, or cold brew coffee in around 2 minutes.
  • Compact, lightweight and durable: Ingeniously engineered to ensure that everything fits inside the mug.

Summary – The AeroPress Go comes with its own 15oz. (444ml) mug with lid and is engineered so that the AeroPress and all of its accessories (scoop, filter holder and stirrer) fit inside the mug for travelling.

All Pieces Included in the Box – Plunger; Chamber; Filter cap; Stirrer; Filter holder; Scoop; 350 Paper filters; Lid; Mug

Brewing Capacity – 8oz. (237ml) coffee; or 1 to 3 shots espresso style

AeroPress Dimensions – Chamber and Plunger together 12cm x 9cm x 9cm

How It Travels – Mug with lid on top 14cm x 10cm x 10cm; 15oz. (444ml) capacity

Weight – 326g (including all parts except the 350 filters – includes 20 paper filters in the included filter holder)

Scoop – 14g rounded scoop

Filter Holder Capacity – Holds 20 paper filters


aeropress go parts and accessories

We can supply any Aeropress parts as well as a great selection of accessories.

Accidents happen and somehow we can all lose a filter basket or scoop. Or perhaps your paper filters got wet or you left the mug or lid back in Woop Woop somewhere!

Get in touch and we can quote you a price for a replacement part, inclusive of postage costs.

Aeropress parts

We can also supply alternatives to paper filters such as the stainless steel Able Disk or an organic cotton coffee sock!

And the Aeropress Tote Bag is a great way to keep all your aeropress kit together in one place.

James Hoffman reviews the AeroPress Go

In his review video below James Hoffman asks the question “Should you get an AeroPress Go” ?

From his comments James Hoffman is clearly a fan of the AeroPress. However, he does question whether AeroPress have actually solved the issues coffee lovers experience when travelling with this smaller version of an AeroPress that fits in a cup. 

When he travels he is going to continue slinging his original AeroPress in his backpack, with a compact grinder (such as the Porlex Mini) snugly stored inside the plunger. 

He does acknowledge that the AeroPress Go is a neat little setup he finds it cute the way everything fits inside the cup. He get’s it that some people will like the compactness that the AeroPress Go provides.

Original AeroPress… or the compact Travel version, the AeroPress Go ??? What do you prefer?