Aerobie AeroPress Coffee Maker - £23.80 Amazon Prime - same day delivery
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Aerobie AeroPress Coffee Maker - £23.80 Amazon Prime - same day delivery

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Found 27th AprEdited by:"OllieSt"
  • Brews smooth, perfect coffee every time
  • Lightweight and portable, making it perfect for camping and holidays
  • Micro-Filtered for grit free coffee
  • Actual 'press time' is just 20 seconds
  • Simple and quick to clean; there's no washing-up of fiddly parts


From reading the comments on Amazon I believe this kit does include everything shown in the photo. Perhaps someone could confirm.


Same delivery available for me as a Prime customer. Obviously not all Prime customers will be offered same day delivery.
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I love my aeropress and have bought a couple for friends to spread the word. Never paid more than £20 though...
These are brilliant - make a cracking cup of coffee using freshly ground beans. So easy and simple. Great if you are taking away / camping etc to make a "proper" cup of coffee. Easy to clean - just rinse out! Mine goes with me all over the world and gets me through work trips with proper coffee. Agree price not that great and can regularly pick up for similar / lower price but 100% recommend to anyone who likes a decent coffee.
nanuek13 m ago

I love my aeropress and have bought a couple for friends to spread the …I love my aeropress and have bought a couple for friends to spread the word. Never paid more than £20 though...


Agree, great device, not an amazing price. I paid about £17 for mine, but this is about the best price around at the moment.
Cannot recommend an AeroPress enough. One of those "however did I manage without" gadgets. Like others, I've had mine yonks, and paid less than £20. ps - you can stuff with socks etc when travelling, takes very little luggage space. (yes, clean ones, not for flavour enhancing)
Edited by: "Footsore" 27th Apr
Everything in the picture is included OP. Like others though, I got both of mine sub-£20. Might not be the best deal but it is a good bit of kit so I won't vote cold.
Why spend hundreds on an expensive espresso machine when the Aeropress makes a better cup of coffee for a fraction of the price! You would need to spend at least 20 times the price of the Aeropress to get something approaching a decent espresso machine with a decent pressure pump and even then you still lose so many of the subtle flavour notes with the espresso brewing method generally. The Aeropress gives a more intense concentrated brew than other drip filter methods without losing that wide and open flavour range. If you are considering an expensive espresso then consider instead getting an Aeropress and spend that extra cash on a good grinder instead, I doubt you will be disappointed.
Edited by: "CeeJay1975" 27th Apr
I got it and its good but lets face it, Its Just a few pieces of plastic and a bit of rubber, no way they cost more than 5 pounds. You are paying 15 pounds plus for the idea which is ridiculous, if you can find a chinese clone, get that instead
@jabjab what would you pay for it then? I’m imagining you want to get it for a fiver so that someone with a great idea basically gives their product away for free and goes out of business.

Although not the best price (I paid £19.99 with 500g of free coffee) seems to be the going rate ATM.
Love mine. Paid about this for it a couple of years ago with the storage bag. Well worth it to keep it together. It's 25.odd with bag on Amazon
jabjab1 h, 0 m ago

I got it and its good but lets face it, Its Just a few pieces of plastic …I got it and its good but lets face it, Its Just a few pieces of plastic and a bit of rubber, no way they cost more than 5 pounds. You are paying 15 pounds plus for the idea which is ridiculous, if you can find a chinese clone, get that instead


Got a link to a Chinese clone?
anyone recommend a descent filter, i have a metal one and i feel as though i am doing a work out trying to sqeeze it down . thanks in advance
I love mine, but that price isn’t much of a deal. Like others have mentioned, £20 is kinda the most you want to be paying.
Great product, not so great deal.
GibsonSt198 h, 2 m ago

Got a link to a Chinese clone?


There arent chinese clones of this but there are of the expresso style, which good though this is I would probably go fo them now as they are more versitile, as if you add hot water you have an americano which is better than a filter.
mcrobbj4 m ago

There arent chinese clones of this but there are of the expresso style, …There arent chinese clones of this but there are of the expresso style, which good though this is I would probably go fo them now as they are more versitile, as if you add hot water you have an americano which is better than a filter.


Do you have a link to a Chinese espresso style one?
GibsonSt199 m ago

Do you have a link to a Chinese espresso style one?



gearbest.com/hom…363

I think there is a few reviews on youtube, you may find it cheaper elsewhere. Dont get me wrong the Aeropress is OK (no grinds like in the plunger French press), but I kind of like the crema, even in an americcano. Never tried it though...
mcrobbj4 m ago

https://www.gearbest.com/home-gadgets/pp_597279.html?wid=1433363I think …https://www.gearbest.com/home-gadgets/pp_597279.html?wid=1433363I think there is a few reviews on youtube, you may find it cheaper elsewhere. Dont get me wrong the Aeropress is OK (no grinds like in the plunger French press), but I kind of like the crema, even in an americcano. Never tried it though...


Wowsa, not quite the cheap Chinese copy I was after really! Thanks for the link though.
It's a good device but I agree that it's a little expensive. I haven't used mine in a while mind you, the coffee machine requires less effort 😁
I used the pact coffee offer. Sign up and get your first packet of coffee and a half price aeropress. £21 and you can cancel your subscription whenever you want. welcome.pactcoffee.com/aer…ch/
I always take this away on holiday along with some ground coffee. If you buy coffee from a cafe like Monmouth, you can ask them to grind the beans to the best granularity for Aeropress.
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I have one but still can't managed to make a decent coffee out of it
[quote=HooRah]I have one but still can't managed to make a decent coffee out of it[/quote]
What are you doing with it?
Scoop of coffee, water in, filter on, place on cup, plunge, add water or milk. Done
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stuart222 h, 46 m ago

I used the pact coffee offer. Sign up and get your first packet of coffee …I used the pact coffee offer. Sign up and get your first packet of coffee and a half price aeropress. £21 and you can cancel your subscription whenever you want. http://welcome.pactcoffee.com/aeropresssearch/


That offer has expired
OllieSt1 h, 40 m ago

That offer has expired


No it hasn't.
Ian_Owen-46210.8062330 m ago

No it hasn't.


How do you get that offer? When clicking 'Redeem Offer' on the page linked to here, the website states it has expired.
Where do people buy there beans from. Great device, I have 3!
tapi12 h, 14 m ago

[quote=HooRah]I have one but still can't managed to make a decent coffee …[quote=HooRah]I have one but still can't managed to make a decent coffee out of it[/quote] What are you doing with it? Scoop of coffee, water in, filter on, place on cup, plunge, add water or milk. Done


I'm the same in not understanding the hype. How is it making a better coffee than a cafetiere? Is it just that the filter is finer?
Espresso coffee requires pressure.

There's no pressure in a Cafetiere - hence it's more common name, French Press

If you don't have a proper pump coffee machine at home, I'd hazard a guess you don't really need an Aeropress
This is effectively a plastic easy to clean french press. The coffee you get out of it tastes no different if you use the same water coffee ratio in a cafetiere. It is not expresso just strong coffee. Its easy to clean, convenient and doesn't break (like glass cafetieres). I use one at work but dont get carried away thinking it makes the best tasting coffee ever. It tastes nothing like and brews nothing like an espresso, however if you like french press and prefer a longer coffee and dont like cleaning the cafetiere then its a good option.
dave_stuf672 h, 15 m ago

This is effectively a plastic easy to clean french press. The coffee you …This is effectively a plastic easy to clean french press. The coffee you get out of it tastes no different if you use the same water coffee ratio in a cafetiere. It is not expresso just strong coffee. Its easy to clean, convenient and doesn't break (like glass cafetieres). I use one at work but dont get carried away thinking it makes the best tasting coffee ever. It tastes nothing like and brews nothing like an espresso, however if you like french press and prefer a longer coffee and dont like cleaning the cafetiere then its a good option.



Sorry I have to disagree with you on the bit where you say it tastes no different, there is a noticeable difference between using an Aeropress and a Cafetiere.
dave_stuf678 h, 16 m ago

This is effectively a plastic easy to clean french press. The coffee you …This is effectively a plastic easy to clean french press. The coffee you get out of it tastes no different if you use the same water coffee ratio in a cafetiere. It is not expresso just strong coffee. Its easy to clean, convenient and doesn't break (like glass cafetieres). I use one at work but dont get carried away thinking it makes the best tasting coffee ever. It tastes nothing like and brews nothing like an espresso, however if you like french press and prefer a longer coffee and dont like cleaning the cafetiere then its a good option.


You're right, it's not "expresso", it's espresso.
It's as strong as the type and amount of ground coffee you use.
Perhaps you lack the physical strength to generate the equivalent bar to a pump machine?
neversay28th Apr

I'm the same in not understanding the hype. How is it making a better …I'm the same in not understanding the hype. How is it making a better coffee than a cafetiere? Is it just that the filter is finer?


it's the pressure through the grinds, which is why steam espresso tastes different to 'brewed' cafetiere
jabjab27th Apr

I got it and its good but lets face it, Its Just a few pieces of plastic …I got it and its good but lets face it, Its Just a few pieces of plastic and a bit of rubber, no way they cost more than 5 pounds. You are paying 15 pounds plus for the idea which is ridiculous, if you can find a chinese clone, get that instead



You could say that about most things in life. Many items you are paying mostly for the idea/concept. It doesn't mean it isn't worth it.
dave_stuf6728th Apr

This is effectively a plastic easy to clean french press. The coffee you …This is effectively a plastic easy to clean french press. The coffee you get out of it tastes no different if you use the same water coffee ratio in a cafetiere. It is not expresso just strong coffee. Its easy to clean, convenient and doesn't break (like glass cafetieres). I use one at work but dont get carried away thinking it makes the best tasting coffee ever. It tastes nothing like and brews nothing like an espresso, however if you like french press and prefer a longer coffee and dont like cleaning the cafetiere then its a good option.


Just out of interest, do you think that the espresso brewing method is the best tasting? It's all personal preference but to me espresso intensifies and narrows the flavour too much and loses a lot of the subtle notes in the process due to the much hotter temperatures involved. The Aeropress differs somewhat to a French press or pour-over filter method because of the higher pressure inside the piston that seems to get more flavour out of the grounds. I tend to prefer a longer drink and usually add more water after brewing but, it is easy to create a shorter drink with an Aeropress by simply pouring less water in. For those saying that there is no difference in flavour between an Aeropress and other methods I would suggest that you possibly need to source a better quality, fresher roasted bean and let the water cool for a couple of minutes after boiling the kettle as too much heat and old beans are guaranteed to make a dull and bitter brew. The Aeropress might not be the "best" method for brewing coffee but it's pretty hard to beat when used properly.
CeeJay19752nd May

Just out of interest, do you think that the espresso brewing method is the …Just out of interest, do you think that the espresso brewing method is the best tasting?


yes absolutely if you get the grind size and extraction ratio correct.
tapi30th Apr

it's the pressure through the grinds, which is why steam espresso tastes …it's the pressure through the grinds, which is why steam espresso tastes different to 'brewed' cafetiere


there is no pressure with a aeropress, its not forcing water through ground coffee under pressure. No different to the pressure in a french press. It tastes no different to a french press. the difference is in the filter. If you use a paper filter the taste is different from a metal filter and bad french presses have a poor seal and big filter size. Process for making the coffee is the same its just with one the water passes though the filter in the same receptacle the other it sends it out into a cup. The filter pore size between the two is what causes the difference and I say aeropress is a great device but doesnt make amazing coffee any better than other methods and certainly nowhere near a proper espresso machine.
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