Stanley Has Just Released a Paperless Pour Over Coffee Dripper

In its signature Hammertone Green color.

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Stanley has just added a new paperless pour-over coffee dripper set to its line of drinkwares. This dripper is the ideal companion for camping trips, or those looking for a more eco-friendly coffee brewing solution to go with their Stanley collection.

The set features Stanley’s signature BPA-free, 18/8 stainless steel construction, an easy-clean removable/reusable filter, and an insulated camping mug that can keep drinks cold for up to three hours and hot for almost two hours. Due to the pour-over reservoir’s extra-tall design (.59L) and wide base, it can be used for a number of Stanley products including its Thermal Bottles and Vacuum Bottles. Those interested can find the new Stanley Paperless Pour Over Coffee Dripper Set on their online store for $35 USD.

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