AirScape Coffee Canister

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Regular price $30.00

Don't ruin your beans; keep them fresh with this AirScape Coffee Cannister. Featuring our signature dove and logo, it's the perfect place to keep your favorite La Colombe coffee. 

  • Canister is 64 oz, holds 1 lb of dry coffee
  • Store coffee, tea, or any dry or powdered consumable
  • Valve pushes the air out of the container then seals and locks its lid 
  • Stainless steel and scratch-resistant

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01/20/2019
Anonymous
United States

Cannister’s cool

It has this nifty, adjustable vacuum seal that can be lowered to sit atop the beans. Is it overkill? I dunno but I like the idea and it’s well done. Don’t think others on the market have this feature.

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03/01/2019
GPH

Fantastic Product

I love this canister. I often travel for extended periods of time and, in the past, I have never found a way to keep an open bag of beans fresh. After numerous failed attempts to develop a way to maintain my coffee bean freshness, I purchased this canister. I am thrilled with how well this product works. Even after two weeks, I can not detect any difference between beans stored in the canister and a unopened bag of beans. Great product.

JC
01/09/2019
J.K. C.
United States

Best storage on the Market

They reviews and recommendations are true. A fantastic product and the only real option to keep your product fresh.

AA
11/04/2018
Annette A.
United States

Airs scape keeping it fresh

Simple and effective design. We like it a lot

MF
11/03/2018
Marc F.
United States

Great design meets coffee storage

This canister will look great on anyone’s kitchen counter. Just fill it with beans, insert and push down the air seal and feel the air being pushed out. Then put on the clear cover. Wish I had found this sooner