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Posted 14th Mar 2019

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I paid around £25 for this on a Black Friday sale last year...

From experience, this makes much nicer coffee than French Presses due to filter paper catching the oils/sludge
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How do you guys carry this to work on your fixies? Do you have to comb your beards after you've finished your cup?
Edited by: "The_Hoff" 14th Mar 2019
The_Hoff2 h, 39 m ago

How do you guys carry this to work on your fixies? Do you have to comb …How do you guys carry this to work on your fixies? Do you have to comb your beards after you've finished your cup?


Seems that you're trying to link the Aeropress to some sort of hipster scene. While there will be plenty of hipsters with Aeropresses and gooseneck kettles, the Aeropress outdates the hipster coffee scene by eons. As does coffee. And beards.

The Aeropress is by far the most flexible and effective coffee brewer there is. If you know how to use it you can get the best from any bean. It transcends annoying subcultures.
Couple with a reusable filter, use the inverted method and you're onto a winner here. HEAT!
Bargain. Might buy a second for the office. And a third, just because.
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These are really good, great for traveling. I think I paid about £18 but that was quite a few years ago.
Bargain. Might buy a second for the office. And a third, just because.
Great piece of kit, potential to make a fine brew with minimal fuss. Price is lower than average so a good time to try one or pick up a spare.
Couple with a reusable filter, use the inverted method and you're onto a winner here. HEAT!
tonyspoons14/03/2019 10:49

Couple with a reusable filter, use the inverted method and you're onto a …Couple with a reusable filter, use the inverted method and you're onto a winner here. HEAT!


Can you link to a decent reusable filter please?
Great price for a fantastic bit of kit - I tried, and therefore can't recommend a reusable filter, as you will always get bits through, unlike a paper filter.
tonyspoons14/03/2019 10:49

Couple with a reusable filter, use the inverted method and you're onto a …Couple with a reusable filter, use the inverted method and you're onto a winner here. HEAT!


I use my aero press several times a day, but with paper filters. Does the coffee really taste better with metal mesh filters?

With the paper filters, I like it that all the mess just goes in the bin, not clogging the drain.
tonyspoons14/03/2019 10:49

Couple with a reusable filter, use the inverted method and you're onto a …Couple with a reusable filter, use the inverted method and you're onto a winner here. HEAT!


Do you really think turning it upside down produces a better taste?
How do you guys carry this to work on your fixies? Do you have to comb your beards after you've finished your cup?
Edited by: "The_Hoff" 14th Mar 2019
josh97111 m ago

Do you really think turning it upside down produces a better taste?


Yes. But it's more in the method.

With it standing upside down, you can add water at whatever level you wish, stir for as little and top up etc then close and turn.

If it's the standard way up, for all the time you do not have the plunger on, you've not created the vacuum so the coffee may start to seep into the cup.
Edited by: "steevio_uk" 14th Mar 2019
josh97118 m ago

Do you really think turning it upside down produces a better taste?


I've got no idea, but with a reusable filter mine leaked pretty badly if I didn't invert.
Edited by: "tonyspoons" 14th Mar 2019
Does anybody know if there is any difference between this one this amazon.co.uk/Aer…rch
GDB222218 m ago

I use my aero press several times a day, but with paper filters. Does the …I use my aero press several times a day, but with paper filters. Does the coffee really taste better with metal mesh filters? With the paper filters, I like it that all the mess just goes in the bin, not clogging the drain.


No idea if it tastes better, I ran out of paper filters and a reusable filter seemed like a better idea to avoid ever running out.
GetSchwifty14/03/2019 11:02

Can you link to a decent reusable filter please?


I bought the standard and fine filters direct from Able Brewing in the US - This was about 5 years ago, Amazon UK didn't stock re-usable filters at the time.

ablebrewing.com/col…ter

Personally, I don't use the re-usable filters much. I prefer the cleaner taste from the paper filters, plus the re-usable ones are a little bit of pain to clean (it's not difficult, it's just one more thing to wash up!)

*TIP* Do not store your AeroPress with the black filter cap screwed in place. The rubber bung on the end of the plunger should be pushed all the way through the body. If it's not pushed all the way through, the bung will deform to the inside diameter of the body and it won't seal properly. If you're lucky, you can leave the bung out of the body for a few days and it will return to it original size, if you're not, you'll have to buy a replacement bung.
Picture is misleading, as you dont get included filters for this price.
PYLK4 m ago

Does anybody know if there is any difference between this one this …Does anybody know if there is any difference between this one this https://www.amazon.co.uk/AeroPress-82R08-Coffee-Maker-Tote/dp/B0018RY8H0/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1552564144&sr=8-3π=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=aeropress&dpPl=1&dpID=41hqyjDjdxL&ref=plSrch



I've gone for that one instead + the filters as it comes with the bag which will be helpful to store everything.

Don't think this is much cheaper than normal but I purchased as wanted one for a while.
josh97114/03/2019 11:32

Do you really think turning it upside down produces a better taste?


I believe that the theory is that you can leave the coffee longer to brew, potentially making the coffee more like a French press with a higher caffeine content.

I tried inverted for a while and I do prefer the taste, however, I don't bother with the Inverted technique anymore. I found it's too easy to accidentally spill the coffee and I can achieve the same longer brew by pulling back on the plunger a little to create a partial vacuum - this stops the coffee dripping through the filter whilst it brews a little longer - not too long, you use an espresso grind in a Aeropress so flavour/caffeine extraction is much quicker than for a course grind.

One of the best things about the AeroPress is that it's a very simple device, but there are lots of different ways to use it
Berwhale14/03/2019 12:00

I believe that the theory is that you can leave the coffee longer to brew, …I believe that the theory is that you can leave the coffee longer to brew, potentially making the coffee more like a French press with a higher caffeine content.I tried inverted for a while and I do prefer the taste, however, I don't bother with the Inverted technique anymore. I found it's too easy to accidentally spill the coffee and I can achieve the same longer brew by pulling back on the plunger a little to create a partial vacuum - this stops the coffee dripping through the filter whilst it brews a little longer - not too long, you use an espresso grind in a Aeropress so flavour/caffeine extraction is much quicker than for a course grind.One of the best things about the AeroPress is that it's a very simple device, but there are lots of different ways to use it


what do you mean by pulling back on the plunger? The one time I did that by accident the filter scrunched up, coffee went everywhere
Biker.Jeff14/03/2019 11:53

Picture is misleading, as you dont get included filters for this price.


Yes, you do (I bought the same item in 2013). The Coffee Maker + Filters item includes an additional 350 filters. Note that you can re-use the paper filters 2 or 3 times if you're careful, worried about the cost or the planet.
Berwhale14/03/2019 12:04

Yes, you do (I bought the same item in 2013). The Coffee Maker + Filters …Yes, you do (I bought the same item in 2013). The Coffee Maker + Filters item includes an additional 350 filters. Note that you can re-use the paper filters 2 or 3 times if you're careful, worried about the cost or the planet.


So how many filters does the £20.99 one come with ?
josh9715 m ago

what do you mean by pulling back on the plunger? The one time I did that …what do you mean by pulling back on the plunger? The one time I did that by accident the filter scrunched up, coffee went everywhere


That's part of the fun!

Insert the plunger at 45deg angle, once the whole bung is within the body, rotate the plunger back to 90 deg and pull it back a little. Takes a little practice, but becomes second nature after a while.
I also have one of these to facilitate the freshly ground coffee camping experience...

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Biker.Jeff5 m ago

So how many filters does the £20.99 one come with ?


350
FYI The AeroPress is designed and manufactured by the same company as the Aerobie Flying Ring :)...

aeropress.co.uk/pag…out
Biker.Jeff14/03/2019 12:05

So how many filters does the £20.99 one come with ?


Can you not see they bought it in 2013, this is 2019 and there are no filters included.

Box Contains1 x Coffee Machine
HellriderUKDeals696 m ago

Can you not see they bought it in 2013, this is 2019 and there are no …Can you not see they bought it in 2013, this is 2019 and there are no filters included.Box Contains1 x Coffee Machine


Ok, thanks for clarifying that.
This seems to be. Better deal - AeroPress 82R08 Coffee Maker with Tote Bag - Black which is for £21.99 Including the micro filters
The_Hoff1 h, 9 m ago

How do you guys carry this to work on your fixies? Do you have to comb …How do you guys carry this to work on your fixies? Do you have to comb your beards after you've finished your cup?


Nah, you chat up a bird.
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I bought an aeropress from Amazon back in November 2018 and it came with the paper filters.
I do not know if anyone who has both can confirm if there is a difference in capacity between (possibly an Amazon description mistake)

AeroPress 801701 (this deal) = 0.5l
AeroPress 82R08 (with free tote bag)= 0.35l
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Bought one of these a few years ago. Found I needed an extra 5 sugars in my coffee to replace the energy I consumed using it. Maybe I got a dud.
Worth noting you can get the reusable discs from Ali Express for a quid. I've got 2 different styles and they're great.
The_Hoff2 h, 39 m ago

How do you guys carry this to work on your fixies? Do you have to comb …How do you guys carry this to work on your fixies? Do you have to comb your beards after you've finished your cup?


Seems that you're trying to link the Aeropress to some sort of hipster scene. While there will be plenty of hipsters with Aeropresses and gooseneck kettles, the Aeropress outdates the hipster coffee scene by eons. As does coffee. And beards.

The Aeropress is by far the most flexible and effective coffee brewer there is. If you know how to use it you can get the best from any bean. It transcends annoying subcultures.
deleted10781414/03/2019 13:25

Bought one of these a few years ago. Found I needed an extra 5 sugars in …Bought one of these a few years ago. Found I needed an extra 5 sugars in my coffee to replace the energy I consumed using it. Maybe I got a dud.


Sounds like your grind was too fine! Coarse up that grind size mate
Resusable filters are convenient and okay, but doubled up disposable filters are most effective.
Had mine for years...tried all sorts of other coffee makers, this wins hands down, every time. I can't recommend this Coffee Maker enough. In fact I can. It's just totally brilliant..imo.
Hot from me.

Wondering if I should have pain £6 (something) for a new rubber Plunger for the one I've had for years, but think the rest of it is OK.

Makes great coffee and never use the pod machine that we bought recently as have gone back to the AerobiePress.
Is this BPA free?
GDB22223 h, 6 m ago

I use my aero press several times a day, but with paper filters. Does the …I use my aero press several times a day, but with paper filters. Does the coffee really taste better with metal mesh filters? With the paper filters, I like it that all the mess just goes in the bin, not clogging the drain.


With the metal reusable filter you just take that off and then push the "Puck" of coffee into the food bin
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