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One of the curses of buying cheap kitchenware is the toll that it takes on the environment when you have to replace it after only a few months of use. In a clever undertaking to improve the quality of the traditional French press, Bryan Kappa and Rob Story of Oregon-based studio Bucket devised the Portland Press. Made using wood, wool, glass and steel, the press makes use of an old mason jar as its vessel for holding coffee. If the glass happens to break, simply replace it with another recycled mason jar.