Mugsy for big and tall mugs


#42

Yup, no worries at all!


#43

Hey Matt,

I went to order the extension and it’s charging me 20$ shipping. I have ordered a kit, will it not just ship with the kit?

Cheers,
Chris


#44

Use the coupon code “EXTENSIONS”, it will remove the shipping fee.


#45

When ordering the extensions, does it come with additional panels to accommodate the extra height?

I can’t work out if new panels are required from this chat history, and it doesn’t mention anything on the order page.


#46

Yes, the extensions come with new panels. I’ll add updating the listing to my todo list, thanks!


#47

I normally make a vacuum flask of coffee at once. My best insulated (IKEA) vacuum flask is 295 mm high. So the 300 mm parts are what I need. But can the Mugsy make 1 litre of coffee in one go? Either directly, or by making an espresso mix that can be topped up with boiling water?


#48

@dphillips did some math earlier:

If you were to go with a 1:17 ratio (1:16-1:18 seems to be pretty standard), 35-40g of coffee should be good for ~600-700g of water (~20-23oz).
Mugsy for big and tall mugs

So, a little shy of a liter


#49

I also don’t think 300mm ended up being a final option; it looks like the highest is 270mm. You’d need to contact @matt to ask him if he could supply you with a longer one.

Regarding the amount, if you found a pourover cone that could do a liter in one go, that could work. Unfortunately, since Mugsy only does pourovers, there’s no way to make espresso-like concentrate with it.


#50

I do have a few extra 300mm extrusions available but in very limited quantities. I could make up a set for you. I don’t think there is a lot of demand for this size though, so probably won’t be an officially available set.