|Brand Name||Coffee Shrub|
|Item Weight||13 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 5 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||CLEVER|
|Material Type||BPA Free Plastic|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CLEVER|
Clever Coffee Dripper, Large, 18 Ounces
|Price:||$21.44 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Great cup of coffee and easy to use and clean!
- Water can be poured over the grounds all at one time
- Shut-off valve design holds the coffee until the brewing process is complete
- Filter allows for easy cleanup and prevents grounds in your coffee
- 100% BPA Free Plastic
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CLEVER COFFEE DRIPPER: YOUR FRENCH PRESS AND DRIP COFFEE BREWER, ALL IN ONE
Are you tired of the effort and time needed to clean your French Press?
COMPATIBLE WITH MELLITTA #4 COFFEE FILTER
We're proud to introduce you to the Clever Coffee Dripper, the very best coffee dripper ever!Pairing the functionality of a French Press with the convenience of a drip brewer, this coffee dripper employs the same brewing mechanism as the first, and allows for easy coffee dripping right in your cup, just like the latter.
Fashioned with BPA-free Eastman tritan plastic, this clever coffee dripper is absolutely safe to use and highly durable, offering a long-lasting performance that cannot be beat. The shut-off valve holds the coffee until the brewing process is complete to prevent coffee grounds from popping into your drink. Now you can stir in as much sugar, milk or syrups as you want without the grounds coming to the surface and making your coffee undrinkable!
At the same time, the Clever Coffee Dripper is extremely versatile, and it fits the cups and thermoses with tops measuring between 1.5" and 3.75". It works just great with any size of grind, from pre-grind to your own grind, coarse, drip & more. As a plus, cleaning is a breeze: just dispose of the used grounds/filter, gently scrub the cone with water and a brush or sponge to prevent ground buildup, rinse and you're done!
Top 5 reasons to choose Clever:
• Combines the features of a French Press and drip brewer.
• Made from BPA-free tritan plastic.
• Holds coffee until brewing process is complete; no more grounds!
• Fits cups with tops measuring between 1.5" and 3.75".
• Easy cleanup.
Do yourself a favor and get the Clever Coffee Dripper NOW! Click the "Add to Cart" button to order today!
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Top Customer Reviews
Is it low-tech? Yep, but is a very cool design, too. Finally, I can have French press-style coffee without the clean-up. And you can use regular grind coffee instead of the coarse grind French press requires. Plus, if you are as picky about the heat of your coffee as I am, this is the only way to go. I heat enough water at just below boiling for the dripper and my empty mug. Hot, full-flavored and easy clean-up - a no-brainer.
First, the idea is sound and it does make a great cup of coffee. But it is NOT durable. Don't even think about putting one in a dishwasher, or the plastic will craze and begin leaking. To the manufacturer's credit, they do tell you this if you read the documentation.
And, if you store it upside-down - the seal unseats and will dry out. The result is a puddle next time until the seal moistens up and becomes tight again.
The lid - if you get one - is concave and dishes inward. So if you're trying to max the capacity, you'll coat the inside of the lid with coffee mud.
Even with it's faults, I love the coffee it makes and just keep replacing them. I'm wearing out number five right now.
I'd LOVE to see this thing redesigned in glass or ceramic. And if the lid was redesigned to be convex - so the center clears the upper edge of the dripper by at least a quarter-inch - you'd have the perfect product IMO.
UPDATE - 03/25/12 - Number five is worn out. It lasted about 9 months, used between once and twice a day. It's never been in a dishwasher or microwave yet it is thoroughly crazed and leaking.
UPDATE - 11/13/15 - The one that I've gotten since the last update is holding up great, so the material it's currently made of is vastly improved. It now has a rounded base, that's really the only obvious visual cue that differentiates it from it's predecessor. But it's still plastic. However, I'm bumping the rating up to four stars because of the improvement.
It makes great coffee! Easier clean-up than a French press or a stove-top espresso maker. Better coffee than an automatic drip coffee maker.
Enter the Clever. This is really easy: Flush paper filter, warm dripper (and mug), add coffee (standard drip grind works well enough--or maybe a tad coarser), add water, cover, stir after 90 seconds,re-cover, drain coffee into mug at 4-minute mark, say "yum."
As others have written, the result is a smooth, full-bodied cup and really easy clean-up (try cleaning a Woodneck--ugh).
I'm sold. Well, until the next best thing comes along.
Some others have commented that the coffee gets too cold, or doesn't make a good cup. All I can say to them is...you're doing it wrong.
1) Pre-wet your filter & pre-heat your cup or carafe.
2) Heat water to boil.
3) Take water off heat & start grinding your beans.
4) Pour water over coffee, stir, cover, wait four minutes.
5) Steep into cup.
If you grind your beans too soon, or if you let your water get too cold, that WILL affect your cup of coffee. With a little practice and experimentation, you can have a fantastic cup of coffee in about 6 minutes flat, and it didn't cost you $500 in equipment to get.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great coffee maker. I just used it on a camping trip. I boiled about 20 oz of water, then used the extra ounces to heat a thermos. I dripped it into the thermos. Perfect coffee! Read morePublished 11 days ago by Jomo
There is no other tool such as this. I say tool because it has so many uses. Coffee and tea are the obvious. Read morePublished 15 days ago by L. Morrow
This product is great, it is like having french press coffee but without all the mess. easy clean up and great tasting coffee. I am very happy with this purchase.Published 22 days ago by CN
This thing is well made, durable and performs as advertised. It has effectively replaced my use of standard cone filter holders that I have used for many, many years. Read morePublished 24 days ago by John Doe
I've had this as my go-to coffee maker for almost four years, and I strongly recommend it.
I like the ability to let coffee steep for a while -- something that isn't... Read more