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Posted Fri Feb 4, 2011, 11:27pm
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iisan7 Said:

If anyone who owns the 16oz briefcase/backpack bottle can see if an aeropress fits over it, I'm sure I'm not the only one curious to know...

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I don't own an Aeropress, but I can give you the measurements of the backpack bottle.  The diameter of the rim is 5.5cm, and there's a lip the lid's gasket sits on when assembled approximately 2.4cm below.

 
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Posted Wed Jun 8, 2011, 10:18pm
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I came to this page searching about Thermos Nissan and its a great review...Now I get an idea of what to look for when buying... Thanks a lot mate
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Posted Thu Nov 17, 2011, 5:05pm
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Do all of these accommodate a standard plastic Melitta-style drip cone?  I have a 16-oz Nissan from many years ago and the opening is slightly too small.  I want to be able to measure out my water, boil it, and then pour all of it in without having to use a middleman container or having to eyeball anything.
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