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- The Wave Series from Kalita is the premier coffee dripper available on the market
- The flat-bottom coffee bed geometry, patented "Wave" filter, and three-hole design work together to provide an even extraction that makes brewing a perfect cup accessible and easy
- Available in three styles: stainless steel, glass, and ceramic
- Filters not included
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Kalita wave-series wave dripper 185 (for 3-4 servings) 05033, item gh8 3h-j3/g8333265. The wave series from Kalita is the premier coffee dripper available on the market.
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can easily fit standard generic basket style filters if you want to be cheap like me. Both Melitta 4 cup and 8-12 cup basket filters will work in a jiffy. I usually just jam it in, but if I want it to fit nicer I use either a small juice glass or a double shot glass to remold the filter shape so the bottom is narrower.
I use a cheap stainless teapot normally used in Chinese restaurants for my pour over kettle; you can buy for $4 at your local Chinese supermarket or restaurant supply, but cheapest one on Amazon is about $8. Sorry if you don't live near an Asian neighborhood.
I already have a Zojirushi water boiler to keep my water at either 195 or 208 F. 195F for darker roasts and fine grinds (Japanese style) or 208F for American style since the the pour over pot will cool down the water.