During a long waiting session for the perfect wildlife scene to show up in front of
your camera, or the light to become just right for the perfect landscape photo
you just got to have patience and keep alert enough to not oversleep the
perfect moment, this thing might help and you will at the same time get a cup
of excellent espresso.
I actually use the Handpresso Wild as my only espresso maker, just because this
fellow makes the espresso as good any other coffee I have tasted.
And It is just
perfect for long computer sessions too :0)
- Pressure of 16 bar
- Water reservoir of 50ml
- Very compact 22 x 10 x 7 cm
- Light weight 476g
- Color black
- E.S.E pods
This + something to heat the water
with is all you need to make your
Outdoor I use a camping gas stove and at home my
regular kitchen stove.
Prepare your Handpresso by building
pressure with the integrated hand pump.
Make sure the air valve is closed then
just pump like you do with a regular
Pressurize to just below red mark.
(Requires some, but not excessive
muscle power to get to 16bar)
Now just pour boiling water in to the
small water tank.
Put a espresso coffee pod in the holder
and screw on the cap.....
Just like this.
Press the air valve with your thumb to
release the pressure in to the water tank
and it will use this pressure to force the
water thru the coffee pod and make you
a perfect espresso.
Crema perfetta, StockholmViews gives
five thumbs up
Update, some useful accessories and an alternative coffee maker.
How to boil water for your Handpresso brewer then.
Well I must say that I have found the most compact and efficient
alternative has to be the Jetboil Personal Cooking System - S09
It is small and light and has an built in heat concentrating system
that helps to make the heating of water and other fluids like soup
fast and safe.
This is a high quality product and will last for a long time.
A similar product from another quality outdoor brand is the
Reactor Stove System from MSR,
it is not as compact as the Jetboil personal but it is still nice, and larger volume is not always an handicap.