Another option if you want a cone but don't want hot water pouring over plastic is the Cafellissimo Paperless Pour Over. It is also an Editors' Choice winner and delivers similar high taste scores as the V60. Because this model is filterless, it does require cleaning after each use, which takes time, water and space. That said, you don't have to remember the filters.
This gourmet coffee maker is made to be used in your home, however, since it is only a single piece that does not require electricity, it can also be used for camping. It will require more careful packing, but the Hario Ceramic Dripper functions just as well as the plastic dripper in a camping environment. This makes it more versatile than some of the other camping coffee makers, because it allows you to buy only one coffee maker — with no compromise whatsoever in flavor - for both home and camping use, which is more sustainable and cost effective overall. In our opinion the ceramic version of the Hario V60 would be a worthy investment: an esteemed and delicious way to brew coffee every morning no matter where you are.
This pour-over style coffee maker comes in plastic as well as glass options. Read our full review of the Hario V60 Plastic Dripper, which won our Editors' Choice Award to learn more specifics about this coffee maker's features.