Planetary Design, LLC, is excited to announce the addition of the new BruTrek 32 and 48 tabletop French presses to its lineup of BruTrek coffee gear. The BruTrek 32 and 48 are ideal for brewing larger batches of coffee when enjoying outdoor adventures or traveling with family and friends. The BruTrek 32 and 48 brew up to 32 or 48 fluid ounces of coffee, respectively, and feature Planetary’s Bru-Stop plunger for a fresh-tasting cup from the first sip to the last. Building on Planetary’s 15-year track record of success producing innovative, durable French presses for outdoor enthusiasts, the new BruTrek 32 and 48 are now available at

“Our new BruTrek 32 and 48 French presses are the ideal way for you and your family and friends to enjoy a fresh cup of coffee during your outdoor adventures,” said Jess Nepstad, CEO of Planetary Design. “Whether you’re camping, RVing, overlanding or boating – or simply gathering at your cabin or mountain home – they’ll deliver a smooth, rich brew and stand up to any bumping around. Like all of our BruTrek French presses, they’re easy to use, insulated to keep coffee hot and there’s no glass to break.”

The BruTrek 32 and 48 incorporate features Planetary Design has perfected in its 15 years of designing French presses. These include rugged stainless steel construction for use in the outdoors, double-wall vacuum insulation to keep coffee hot, a pour spout cover to help avoid spills and the Bru-Stop plunger and plate assembly, which stops the brewing process once fully depressed to prevent coffee from becoming overly bitter. They’re available in Brushed Steel or Mountain Lake, Obsidian and Red Rock colors with a textured finish.

The BruTrek 32 and 48 are available for sale at

Matching 8-fluid-ounce, double-wall stainless steel Camp Cups are also available for a complete coffee setup. And CarGo Can storage containers are perfectly sized for bringing along pre-measured servings of coffee grounds.


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