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Medelco 4-Cup Permanent Basket Coffee Filter
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- 4-cup permanent coffee filter made of surgical stainless steel
- For use with all coffee makers using 2- to 5-cup basket filters
- Easily replaces paper filters
- Dishwasher-safe on top rack
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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4-Cup Permanent Basket Coffee Filter
The One All brand 4-Cup Basket Coffee Filter by Medelco is designed to fit all coffee makers using standard 4-cup basket filters. The filter is made of surgical grade stainless steel mesh which is heat treated to obtain the golden color. Dishwasher safe. Lifetime warranty.
Filter Height: 2.0 inch
Filter Diameter: 3.5 inch
Medelco permanent filters are made from high-quality surgical grade stainless steel. Dishwasher safe , our junior basket filters are designed to work with every coffee maker using standard junior size basket filters. A great alternative to paper filters. Each comes with a 5 year manufacturer warranty.
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Top Customer Reviews
I don't know why the product description doesn't mention that the product you receive might have a plastic bottom, or you might get one with a mesh bottom. Because after going through the reviews and user submitted photos a second time, that seems to be the case.
Product arrived in five days time, in a box containing the filter only, with no invoice or anything else. And i know that trying to return a $5-6 product is going to cost me more than the cost of the product itself, so I guess I'm stuck with it. And I'm sure Amazon is well aware of this too, and seems to have taken full advantage of this fact. In hindsight, I should have brought the product locally so that I could confirm I was getting the right one.
I know this is just a cheap coffee filter, and $6.00 is not a lot of money, so this whole incident isn't worth a tinker's damn in the grand scheme of things. But the principle of getting cheated like this, albeit in a minor way, makes me question why I'm buying anything on Amazon if they can't get a small order like this one right.
I'm not enough of a foodie to notice if the filter makes my coffee taste any better, but it certainly doesn't taste any worse. The little basket handle is a bit flimsy, so I could see how it could potentially break off, however, it's really irrelevant; even if the filter didn't have a handle, it wouldn't make a difference in it's coffee-maker fit or usability. I would recommend this filter to anyone.
Filter still looks brand-new. I pop it in the top rack of the dishwasher a few times a week. No discoloration from either the coffee grounds or the dishwasher, and it still filters like a champ. I buy pre-ground coffee, and also grind myself at the store on the setting for automatic drip coffee makers.
Original review on 12/29/13:
After almost 2 years of paper filters that cave in, I did some research on permanent filters, and based on the Amazon reviews decided on the Medelco 4-cup filter for my Mr. Coffee Cafe Latte maker. No more grounds-filled lattes! I use organic Sumatran coffee - ground from whole beans at the grocery store on the espresso setting, just a small amount at a time which lasts me a little over a month, & kept in a airtight container in the kitchen cabinet. I use 1 small plastic scoop of grounds + a little more, but you need to test a bit to find your perfect amount. I also tamp down the grounds very lightly with the back of the scoop. The filter is easy to remove since it has a handle, and easy to clean...I use an OXO dish brush filled with detergent, but one would be ok with simply rinsing with warm water. I want to keep the mesh as nice as possible, so I probably will not put the filter in the dishwasher. I am glad I don't have to worry about grounds getting into my beverages with this excellent filter.