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Ritepress: The easy to handle French press for on the go moms

Once you become a parent, the life  becomes really beautiful with the bundle of joy that has just arrived into the world. But, with that also comes tons of responsibilities and running around. The baby is totally dependent on you for the first five years of its age. You are the baby’s world. But, when you have become the baby’s world, it is very difficult for you to find out time for yourself. At that time Moms are going through a lot of physical stress due to lack of sleep and added responsibility. At that time, a cup of hot coffee can work wonders. Today I will be talking about one such handy french press, which can make your coffee in an instant and is easy to use. The name of this product is Rite Press.

How to use a French press ?

Using a French press is really very easy. Here is a step by step guide on how to use a French press

  • Heat the water till 200 degree Farenheit
  • Measure out your coffee grounds
  • Measure the hot water and measure the temperature of hot water
  • Add ground coffee and add hot water to it.
  • Put the lid on and wait for 3 to 4 mins
  • Pressure the plunger all the way down
  • Decant the coffee in a jar
  • Serve and enjoy the coffee

So for on the go mothers, they just need to have hot water ready with them and the coffee gets ready within 3 to 4 minutes.

Rite Press: the easy to handle french press machine

Let me tell you about Rite Press, a french press machine developed by a team of engineering nerds, who were coffee and tea enthusiasts at Rite. This french press is thoughtfully designed to enhance your brewing ritual and making coffee in a breeze.

The main features that make  Rite press the most preferable french press are as follows

  • Integrated thermometer
  • Build in hourglass
  • Removable bottom
  • Double wall insulation
  • Micro-mesh filter

Integrated Thermometer

The integrated thermometer is designed in such a way that if the water is too hot, it shows red, if the water is at right temperature of 200 degree it shows green and if it is too cold it shows blue zone. 200 degree is the right temperature for a good cup of coffee.

Build in hourglass

The build in hourglass is set exactly at 3 min 30 seconds, which is the right time for perfect cup of coffee to be brewed. Not less Not more, the perfect brewing time for your coffee.

Removable bottom

Compared to other french press, Rite press is very easy to clean. It has a patented removable bottom. The stainless steel filter forces all the coffee grounds in the removable bottom, which can be removed easily with a twist of turn and the coffee waste can be dumped easily into the dustbin. This helps you save water and energy.

Double wall insulation

The Rite press french press has double wall insulation which keeps the coffee hot for two to three hours.

Micro-mesh filter

The micro-mesh filter helps your coffee to be brewed properly, while keeping the coffee grounds at the bottom.

Rite way to brew coffee

Many of you will not be exposed to using french press or may be wondering how Rite press brews coffee in such a perfect way. Here is the pictorial answer to it.

In this way on the go moms get perfect coffee in just three minutes with the help of Rite Press.

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