Someone brought this insulated, stainless-steel Bodum press to the ski cabin this past winter and it worked well. The insulation wasn't great, but the coffee was the same as you'd get from a glass press:
Yes, the insulation is much better than glass. Half an hour later, coffee was still warm enough to drink without a trip through the microwave. In the meanwhile, you might do better just getting a thermos to hold the glass-pressed coffee.
Next time order it from Amazon, it's cheaper than getting it directly from Bodum. I also broke my first french press within a year of getting it, but the replacement beaker has lasted a good 3 or 4 years since then..
We have a Frieling - stainless steel and insulated. We've had it for about 5 years now and couldn't be happier. I especially like that there is no glass carafe to break. It's nice to look at too! :-) We bought ours on Amazon.