The Oomph Gives your Day a Boost
I’m not sure about anyone else, but the mornings I miss my caffeine fix are the worst. My eyes remain half closed almost as if I constantly look mid-sneeze. A smile is a struggle and the energy I use to get up from my desk leaves me on empty. But my morning routine can’t always include a slow coffee machine or a trip to the drive-thru, yet caffeine remains the victor.
The Oomph is a portable coffee maker designed to provide you with freshly brewed coffee wherever you are. It’s fast and easy and the perfect way to get your cup of Joe on the go.
This clever device uses no electronics. Simply pour in 25 grams of your favorite blend of ground coffee and add hot water. Place the outer casing on the top and press down onto the interior casing to begin brewing. With this movement, the correct amount of pressure is applied to the water through the grounds, ensuring the end result is as fresh and tasty as if your local barista served it. Once the process is complete, you can choose to add milk or sugar and use the lid of the outer casing to sip through the mouthpiece.
The air barrier between the outer casing and the interior casing provides a natural insulation to keep your java hot. The Oomph uses a Smart Turbine which can be used with a variety of coffee grounds regardless of size or texture. As you drink, the mixer automatically stirs the coffee so not only is it still hot but it also tastes great each sip of the way.
The modular design of The Oomph means it’s fast and simple to clean. Just fill it with clean water and pump as you would to brew the coffee. Once rinsed, it’s ready to be used again. The Oomph can hold up to 13 ounces of coffee, but you’ll need to use less water if you prefer to add milk. It’s available in blue, green, pink, and black.
Currently looking for funding through Kickstarter, The Oomph is available for a donation of just £37 ($55). This donation will also get you 250 grams of delicious coffee. Ending on the 4th of January, The Oomph is just £7k away from the £26k goal. The team expect to ship the portable device in April 2016.