Pour Over Coffee Filter – Reusable Drip Coffee Filter Cone - Coffee Makers Filters
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- IMPROVE YOUR BREWING EXPERIENCE: This stainless steel coffee cone dripper fits most branded coffee carafes including the 6, 8 & 10 cup coffee makers & drippers & eliminates the need for paper filters without scratching it
- TRUE COFFEE TASTE: Dual filter technology & high-quality 18/8 stainless steel. The design prevents any grounds from getting in your coffee while allowing the oils and nutrients to pass through to your cup
- GOOD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT & YOUR WALLET: An eco-friendly choice that eliminates the need for disposable paper filters that are expensive and wasteful
- EASY TO CLEAN: Clean up in 60 seconds - just scoop out the used grounds from your stainless steel coffee dripper, rinse the fine high-quality mesh filter under warm running water and dry thoroughly after use. Every 2-3 weeks descale with a solution of vinegar and water
- CUSTOMER SATISFACTION We're confident you'll love this stainless steel coffee pour over filter. However, if you're not completely satisfied, we'll give you a 100% refund within 90 days of purchase--NO QUESTIONS ASKED. We have the best customer service on Amazon, and YOU, the customer, are our top priority
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Elevate The Way You Taste Coffee
Unlike paper filters, the stainless steel filter allows oils and nutrients to pass through to your cup instead of getting trapped or absorbed, ensuring a better-tasting cup of coffee. None of this would be possible with the two layers of a fine high-quality mesh on the inside, and a laser-cut filter on the outside preventing any grounds from getting inside your coffee.
Less Than 60 Seconds
As easy to clean up as it is to use! Just scoop out the used grounds from your stainless steel coffee dripper, rinse the fine high-quality mesh filter under warm running water and dry thoroughly after use. Every 2-3 weeks descale with a solution of vinegar and water.
Become Your Own Barista
- Bring water to a boil and grind your coffee to a medium-coarse texture
- Place your cone dripper into your coffee carafe and spoon in your coffee grounds (two tablespoons for every 6 ounces of coffee you want to brew).
- Slowly pour in a few tablespoons of boiling water in concentric circles over your grounds. Wait 30 seconds and repeat until your carafe is full.
- Remove your cone dripper, dump out the coffee grounds and enjoy your freshly brewed coffee!
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Very pleased with the filter and recommend it.
I decided to go with a coffee dripper. I was about to get a cheaper plastic one with paper filters like a friend had but saw this stainless steel one for just $19.99 so I thought I'd get it. I've been using it for about a month now. It's not press coffee, but it's coffee that doesn't explode. And aeropress wants $9 + shipping just for the rubber replacement, for what another 2 mo? No way.
I have read other reviews perhaps not on this stainless dripper but others that they can be weaker as they are thin metal so be careful with the base. I make coffee about every other day and will definitely update if I see any signs of wear early on.
Update 4/23/2016 I've been using this dripper prettymuch every day, but now it doesn't seem to flow through. I washed it with hot soapy water yesterday, and took the soap water with the dripper and put it on the other side of the sink to see how it would drain. I came back about 6 or 8 hours later in the day and it still had about 1" from the bottom full of water that had not drained. I think all the holes are plugged up from coffee but even hot water didn't clean it? First that aeropress at almost exactly 2 months, and now this at just under 2 months. How do I make coffee?? Any tips on cleaning this thing so that it works like on day 1 would be great. I don't see any tips on youtube from a quick search.
It takes forever for just a few drips to get through. I've soaked it in hot soapy water, used a tooth brush multiple times, it's just junk. Oh and it's just what a week or 2 past the 30 day return? Dang. $20 down the drain. Aeropress=bad, steel mesh=bad. Maybe I'll just use a paper filter pour over and get a new filter each use.
The company contacted me a while back and I've been in contact with them in trying to get the old mesh basket to work again. They are the only people that contacted me on my personal cell from amazon ever which is kinda neat. Anyway they say what usually clears it up is running it through the dishwasher with hot water at high pressure. I live in a trailer and have no dishwasher and am kind of old style, wash everything by hand (mostly) etc. I am going to try the hose to see if cold water at hose force outside can push the tiny holes clear so it will flow again, but currently the outdoor spigot is not connected so another update will come in time. The company did send me a full refund and a new mesh basket and I believe we both want this to work out. A single piece reusable steel filter is quite appealing and if it only plugs after a couple months, if there is a way to clear it, it could be quite a useful tool. Upped to 3 stars from 1 while still working on the outdoor water hose to test. New basket is starting to slow I believe but still making good coffee after about a month. It is summer so I don't make as much coffee.
Not sure why my review did not update a month ago, maybe amazon didn't approve it? not sure. I changed it to 5 stars because it's very easy to fix. Simply take a hose and hold it with your finger or use a nosel head (used for gardens) and set it to jet mode and push the water right through the microscopic holes. Clears right up. Since I've done that it works great. I don't mind hosing it out every few months. Been making coffee for at least 2 more months since I cleaned it.