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Able Brewing DISK Coffee Filter for AeroPress Coffee & Espresso Maker - stainless steel reusable- made in USA

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  • Fits AeroPress Coffee & Espresso Maker
  • The DISK Coffee Filter is a reusable filter designed to be used with the AeroPress® Coffee Maker.
  • This allows more oils and a fuller bodied cup of coffee when used with the AeroPress®. Eliminates the need for paper filters, which is especially convenient when traveling.
  • STANDARD: Fuller body cup of coffee with a bit more fines. Thicker and should last many years of heavy use and is very hard to bend/damage.
  • 100% Made in USA by Able Brewing. All packaging is post-consumer recycled and FSC certified

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Able Brewing DISK Coffee Filter for AeroPress Coffee & Espresso Maker - stainless steel reusable- made in USA + Aeropress Coffee and Espresso Maker + Replacement Filters for Aeropress (350 pk)
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  • Shipping Weight: 7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00E58P7ME
  • Item model number: DISK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (235 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,617 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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The DISK Coffee Filter is a reusable filter designed to be used with the AeroPress® Coffee Maker. This allows more oils and a fuller bodied cup of coffee when used with the AeroPress®. Eliminates the need for paper filters, which is especially convenient when traveling. STANDARD: Fuller body cup of coffee with a bit more fines. Thicker and should last many years of heavy use and is very hard to bend/damage.


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Customer Reviews

It works great and clean up is easy.
Sandra Pessaro
I'd say the coffee is a bit bolder with this filter than with the Aerobie paper filters, and there is a very small amount of sediment in the bottom of the cup.
J. S. Swinney
The filter is as great as the paper filter!
W. Perkowski

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

260 of 267 people found the following review helpful By Yuniverse on September 21, 2011
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I've been using the Aeropress for almost a year now and love it. When the supply of paper filters was getting low, I looked for a "permanent" solution and found this filter. I'm not sure if I would get this again, if I had the choice. While it does its job fairly well, here's the pros and cons:

Pro: Re-usable.
Doesn't filter out oils which may improve the taste.

Cons: Price. I could get 3 years worth of paper filters for this price. Who knows how durable these things are.
As with french-press coffee makers, it does let through a bit of fine coffee 'dusts'.
Water goes through much faster than paper filters.
Cleaning is a little more difficult than paper filter.

Other thoughts: When making ice coffee, I found that the paper filter makes much better tasting ice coffee because of the absence of residue. I will probably use this filter for oil-rich coffee beans and use the paper filter for ice coffees.
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121 of 123 people found the following review helpful By Andre on April 17, 2011
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Very happy with the purchase...

Good points to consider:
- Flows equally compared to paper filters (back pressure is similar)
- Doesn't seem to leak out sides of plastic mesh cap of Aeropress
- Holes don't clog even with fine grind (also rinses easily)
- Sturdy not flimsy

Unknown:
- Durability

*Wet/rinse filter and Aeropress mesh cap and it'll stay when you flip it to cap the plunger*

UPDATE: Make sure that you regularly clear the filter and check by holding it up to the light to see how many of the holes are still blocked. If you don't, it will become progressively harder to press coffee.

UPDATE 11/12: Filter is quite durable with no noticeable wear. I have noticed that back pressure gets notably harder as grind size decreases.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Marc on April 4, 2013
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I've had this for about a year now and it still looks brand new, so I'm going to say that this is the best aeropress metal filter out there. It lets all the flavors through and very little sediment (less than a french press). Here are some things you should know before purchasing.

-Unless you are one of those people who does the inverted brewing method and tinkers with grinds, steep times, etc.--you probably don't need this item. If you just got an aeropress to make a quick cup and don't obsess over complexities, then paper filters are fine.

-Don't buy it to save money or the planet. You can purchase about a billion paper filters for $16.50. Combined, all those years of paper filters have less mass than the daily newspaper. You are not reducing your carbon footprint nor are you saving the rain forest with this purchase.

-They are not hard to clean, contrary to what some have said. Look at the filter. Notice how the holes on the side that says "Able Brewing Equipment - made in the USA" are slightly smaller and not recessed? That side towards coffee and you won't have problems with sediment sticking in those little recessed holes. It took me all of 2 cups of coffee to figure that out.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Cassondra Vick on June 2, 2011
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This is just what I've been looking for since I got my Aeropress. The holes are very, very tiny, so it filters very well without just letting all the coffee drip through (though a bit more drips through than with a paper filter, as expected.) It works just fine with a fine grind.
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32 of 37 people found the following review helpful By ĺmâzŏniān VINE VOICE on November 20, 2011
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I have been using Aeropress and its original micro filters since 2006. I just got and tried this S.S. filter for the 1st time. I didn't follow its enclosed instructions but instead use my usual method. A few differences that I immediate noticed while using this:

1) Now I have to stir the coffee + hot water mixture very slowly so that liquid doesn't overflow via the vents onto my cup prematurely. No problem, I can manage slow stirring.

2) It yields a cup of black liquid with NO crema! My most beloved crema is now nowhere to be seen. I was disappointed at that. BUT ... (please read on).

3) It generates less internal pressure as now pushing down is a lil' easier than with those old micro filters. Another not-so-good sign as I interpret high pressure = better taste in the espresso world. BUT ...

I took the first sip, OMG! Despite the above concerns, my coffee never tasted this good. The improvement is very drastic. It's so much fuller (not bitter) and more flavorful. Truly amazing what a different filter can do... This plus the Aeropress can make anyone a great barista.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Nathalie Carol on December 30, 2011
We got this because it looked like a good alternative to paper filters. We were pleasantly surprised that it actually makes noticeably better coffee! If you have an aeropress, you need this!
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25 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Lanny C. Eyre on November 19, 2011
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Pros:
While it does a good job of filtering the coffee, and maybe delivering more taste, its does leave more of the fine sludge that a french press does.

Cons:
Clogs up pretty quickly, and is a pain to clean out. Those littles holes require a pin to clean.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By nymorningstar on April 23, 2012
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I love the body that the Stainless Steel Filter adds to my coffee. The aeropress is great already, but this makes it wonderful.
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