Pakt on the go
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Tired of terrible coffee while on the go? Look no further. The Pakt Coffee Kit is everything you need to make barista-quality coffee in one sleek, portable package. Use anywhere you have access to water and electricity.
"A portable pour over coffee maker so there are no caffeine sacrifices"
Most other coffee kits have a high probability of breaking due to the fragility of the components. Our kit nests together, each component fits inside the next larger one, housed within the stainless steel kettle with protective silicone sleeves, keeping every piece secure and silent. No rattling or broken parts.
There are many coffee-making kits designed for adventure travel, but the gas canisters typically used for making coffee while camping can’t fly at all. We designed the Pakt Coffee Kit to be airline friendly, so it can easily go wherever you go. Check it or carry it on – the choice is yours.
I will never not travel with this kit. I've had mine for nearly 2 years and it still cranks out coffee and has changed my morning hotel routine for the better.
User note: I check-in coffee grounds or buy them when I arrive at my destination. Ground coffee seems to make TSA agents think you're carrying a brick of C-4, so save yourself time and raised eyebrows.
I've now flown through the following airports with my PAKT Coffee Kit--Albuquerque, Dallas, Nashville, Miami, Denver, El Paso--and can say that some airports take more interest in this thing than others. The attached picture was in ABQ and this guy gave me great advice--don't put coffee grounds in the kit--which proved really helpful. They did less swabbing of surfaces and such when there was no coffee there (maybe it's easier with coffee beans, but I wasn't traveling with a grinder). The airports that just quickly looked through it were: Nashville and Miami. The worst so far was El Paso. They held me up for over 20 minutes after going through security just wiping down parts of the device with these wet wipes and swabs and everything. I am still loving this coffee kit, despite the security hold ups. I recently had to be in Dallas for 5 days, and the hotel coffee wasn't set out until 6 or something and I was able to brew quality delicious coffee when I wanted it. Just be aware that going through TSA with this thing is not necessarily a walk in the park.
Great mobile pour overs
The coffee from this is actually better than my home coffee maker!!! Worth every penny!
We ship to the US, Canada, Australia, UK and more. Check out the full list of countries that we ship to here.
Visit our owner's manual page here.
Yes. Most other kettles have a switch to toggle between different voltages, but we included circuitry to automatically accommodate both 110 and 220 volts.
No, an adaptor for the region(s) you’ll travel to would have to be purchased separately. The Kit is wired with a 3-prong North American plug (NEMA 5-15p) so you will need an adapter that accepts this format. Make sure that any adapter you choose is rated to accommodate at least 500W. We recommend one like the IG series from Ceptic, which fit perfectly in the Pakt Coffee Kit.
The Kit does not include a car adaptor, but any DC to AC power inverter rated for at least 500 watts will allow you to power it from your car’s electrical system (but please don’t brew and drive).
The kettle is designed to shut off when it reaches 205 degrees F (96.1 C) -- the high end of the range most consider the perfect temperature for pour over coffee. Note: Because water boils at a lower temperature at high elevation, at higher elevations, your water may never reach the 205 degree shutoff point. As a fail safe, we added a circuit with a timer that will shut the kettle off automatically after five minutes. We can’t change Mother Nature’s rules, but unless you get *really* high up there (above 9,000 ft/2,743 m or so), your water will still get hot enough for a good pour over.
No, your Pakt Coffee Kit includes a mesh metal reusable filter. Some coffee drinkers prefer paper filters, and The Kit is compatible with Hario V60 size 01 filters.