"This kettle is super cheap, and is safe for gas range, hopefully that's what you have. If you have an electric ring range thing, there's an attachment that comes with it to safely boil water on that. What's good about this kettle is that the water will touch nothing but glass while you boil it. Make sure you have good water! Either filtered from faucet or a gallon bought from store."
"This will be the most expensive item on the list, by far. This isn't a super top of the line grinder or anything, but it'll be loads better than any grinder that isn't conical burr, and it will get you a grind that's either spot on or damn close to exactly what you want. Hard to beat for 80-90 bucks."
"Grab one of these to seal your beans in after you've opened the bag. Buy roasted beans fresh, keep em fresh, hopefully they won't last you longer than 2 or 3 weeks. After that, the taste just won't be as good."
"I have this particular one, bought to replace another french press that I accidentally dropped and shattered. It's good quality, good borosilicate glass (I think), and super cheap. It is a larger french press, so if you want a smaller one just search for smaller. I'd recommend sticking with bodum though, that way you know you'll get a good french press no matter what."
"If you decide to get this, just check the price on them every day for a few days, chances are it'll go down to 30-35 occasionally. There are different sizes of Chemex. This one makes 6 5 oz cups max, which is a good middle of the road. You can go up or down, but if you get the "pint size" chemex, which makes 1-3 cups at a time, you'll have to get smaller filters than what I put on this list."
"This is a kettle specifically meant for making your pourovers easier and making for better coffee extraction when you make a cup with a chemex or other type of pourover. I have one of these, they're fantastic and do a wonderful job, but you don't necessariliy need it. You can do a pourover just fine using something else."