3x 350 Aerobie Aeropress paper filters for £10.62 delivered (save £5) via Ebay / Coffee Tasting Club - HotUKDeals
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3x 350 Aerobie Aeropress paper filters for £10.62 delivered (save £5) via Ebay / Coffee Tasting Club

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3x 350 filter packs for £10.62, saving £5 when you buy 3. 1050 filters for £10.62, enough to last a few years for an average Aeropress user. Best price I could find - next nearest was 2x 350 for £11.… Read More
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1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago
3x 350 filter packs for £10.62, saving £5 when you buy 3. 1050 filters for £10.62, enough to last a few years for an average Aeropress user.

Best price I could find - next nearest was 2x 350 for £11.39 from Amazon with Prime for next day delivery.
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1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago
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1 Like #1
Cheers op... ordered Ta.
1 Like #2
Get the metal one
2 Likes #3
ZEbbEDY
Get the metal one

I've tried the Altura fine filter, but the taste wasn't significantly better than the paper filters and it creates more mess / hassle when using it. So decided to go back to paper filters. Altura lived up to their promise too and refunded the cost as they have a money back guarantee, so was impressed by their customer service.
1 Like #4
I also bought a metal one https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01ES9169W/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

in my opinion makes my coffee smoother, yes more hassle scraping the coffee off it but hey ho small price to pay I guess.
#5
All gone?
1 Like #6
Are these good Frisbees?
#7
Oos
#8
apart from the aeropress can anyone recommend a good stainless steel cafetiere?
1 Like #9
tafarrant
I also bought a metal one https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01ES9169W/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 in my opinion makes my coffee smoother, yes more hassle scraping the coffee off it but hey ho small price to pay I guess.


Just pop it out into the sink and let the water wash over it. Done in no time and no scraping.
1 Like #10
Does no one else rinse off and reuse ? One filter can easily last 10 brews.

Just me, then ...
#11
suicidehobbit
ZEbbEDY
Get the metal one

I've tried the Altura fine filter, but the taste wasn't significantly better than the paper filters and it creates more mess / hassle when using it. So decided to go back to paper filters. Altura lived up to their promise too and refunded the cost as they have a money back guarantee, so was impressed by their customer service.


How does it create more mess? I use a metal one and the grounds puck is exactly the same as with paper, the only difference is that I take the metal filler away before I pop the puck into the food waste bin.

Filter just needs a rinse and a wipe, give it a shake and it's ready to go.
#12
freedms_stain
suicidehobbit
ZEbbEDY
Get the metal one

I've tried the Altura fine filter, but the taste wasn't significantly better than the paper filters and it creates more mess / hassle when using it. So decided to go back to paper filters. Altura lived up to their promise too and refunded the cost as they have a money back guarantee, so was impressed by their customer service.


How does it create more mess? I use a metal one and the grounds puck is exactly the same as with paper, the only difference is that I take the metal filler away before I pop the puck into the food waste bin.

Filter just needs a rinse and a wipe, give it a shake and it's ready to go.


I find despite my best efforts when you remove the filter the grounds do stick to it and means a rinse in the sink. Either the paper filters I just pop the whole lot into food waste, wipe then store.

It's hardly a chore but as I said primarily I didn't think the filter improved the taste, certainly not enough to warrant the extra faff, minor as it is.
#13
driver8
Does no one else rinse off and reuse ? One filter can easily last 10 brews.
Just me, then ...
Yep. Me too! I still have my original pack of filters - probably half down now. I make coffee daily and a filter lasts me a few days.
#14
ScotlandtheDave
I've tried the Altura fine filter, but the taste wasn't significantly better than the paper filters and it creates more mess / hassle when using it. So decided to go back to paper filters. Altura lived up to their promise too and refunded the cost as they have a money back guarantee, so was impressed by their customer service.


I also stick to the paper filters, just easier
#15
ScotlandtheDave
I find despite my best efforts when you remove the filter the grounds do stick to it and means a rinse in the sink. Either the paper filters I just pop the whole lot into food waste, wipe then store. It's hardly a chore but as I said primarily I didn't think the filter improved the taste, certainly not enough to warrant the extra faff, minor as it is.
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I find it much easier to just pop in the bin, worth having to replace it each time
#16
I picked them up yesterday from postie and they are the genuine items. Enough filters to keep me in coffee for a few year to come!

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