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Posted 13th Oct 2019

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Just received a second Chinese copy from another website and noticed that I could have bought a genuine one for not much more.
After avoiding getting one of these for ages, and trying lots of other coffee makers in the process, I realise why everyone else likes them.
Don't think you can get a better coffee maker for under £20, especially when paired with Costco's Colombian ground coffee.

edit from comments says also cheaper from the 'other sellers' - Pact Coffee

Youtube filter comparison-
m.youtube.com/wat…P6E
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Are these easy to throw? I found an Aerobie when I was younger but it got stuck up a tree, fancy a new one.
Makes a considerably better cup.
No bitterness at all, no grounds slipping through, extracts the true flavour of the bean.
It’s honestly night and day.
It’s the single most used kitchen gadget I own.
Can’t recommend enough.
Oooo more coffee kit posts for me to argue with people on.

Not that anyone can surely argue about the Aeropress, best, most flexible, most affordable, easy maintenance coffee brewer in the world.
Yes - I've had one for quite a few years now and use it at least once a day at home and they make great coffee (even better than a lot of coffee shops (especially Costa and Starbucks).

I bought a metal mesh filter for it once I ran out of the paper ones and also use the inversion method to make the coffee (just search for it and there are videos on YouTube).

I buy Lidl coffee beans and grind them myself.
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When I was looking for cold brew coffee recipes, many of them referred to the aeropress. I've never actually seen what one looks like till now.
Great price. I have one at work and at home. Makes a great coffee and easy to clean
Was cheaper earlier this week, but still a decent price.
Yes - I've had one for quite a few years now and use it at least once a day at home and they make great coffee (even better than a lot of coffee shops (especially Costa and Starbucks).

I bought a metal mesh filter for it once I ran out of the paper ones and also use the inversion method to make the coffee (just search for it and there are videos on YouTube).

I buy Lidl coffee beans and grind them myself.
One of the best things I've ever brought. Take it away or to work for a quality coffee. Not that I'm a coffee snob, but don't do instant!
£18.99 from Pact Coffee (other sellers)
What's the advantage over a Cafetiere ?
Love mine. Used several times a day! Great to take to work and on trips.
jasee13/10/2019 18:35

What's the advantage over a Cafetiere ?


Quicker to clean and some argue tastes better too.
Edited by: "NJel" 13th Oct 2019
Makes a considerably better cup.
No bitterness at all, no grounds slipping through, extracts the true flavour of the bean.
It’s honestly night and day.
It’s the single most used kitchen gadget I own.
Can’t recommend enough.
jasee13/10/2019 18:35

What's the advantage over a Cafetiere ?


Easier to clean and no bits in your cup.
I use a fabric mesh filter normally, you still get a few bits with a solid mesh filter.
You get a really clean cup with the included paper filters, but I found it tastes a bit better with the metal filters.
Dragon3213/10/2019 18:31

Yes - I've had one for quite a few years now and use it at least once a …Yes - I've had one for quite a few years now and use it at least once a day at home and they make great coffee (even better than a lot of coffee shops (especially Costa and Starbucks).I bought a metal mesh filter for it once I ran out of the paper ones and also use the inversion method to make the coffee (just search for it and there are videos on YouTube).I buy Lidl coffee beans and grind them myself.



A metal filter is available here: £6.99
amazon.co.uk/KOF…9W/
Oooo more coffee kit posts for me to argue with people on.

Not that anyone can surely argue about the Aeropress, best, most flexible, most affordable, easy maintenance coffee brewer in the world.
jasee13/10/2019 18:35

What's the advantage over a Cafetiere ?


The paper filter takes more of the bits out than a cafetière.
jasee13/10/2019 18:35

What's the advantage over a Cafetiere ?


You have to think about them being completely different. They both use coffee to make their brew, and they're both immersion brewers, but they make different drinks.
Are these easy to throw? I found an Aerobie when I was younger but it got stuck up a tree, fancy a new one.
jasee13/10/2019 18:39

A metal filter is available here: …A metal filter is available here: £6.99https://www.amazon.co.uk/KOFFI-DISC-AeroPress-Reusable-Stainless/dp/B01ES9169W/


wakkaday13/10/2019 19:20

where do you buy this from? so this means you dont need to worry about a …where do you buy this from? so this means you dont need to worry about a filter once you use this?


eBay fabric mesh from China £1.01 -
ebay.co.uk/itm…Lkg

eBay solid mesh from China £1.31 -
ebay.co.uk/itm…jSl
Edited by: "dave3641" 13th Oct 2019
Pokey13/10/2019 18:42

You have to think about them being completely different. They both use …You have to think about them being completely different. They both use coffee to make their brew, and they're both immersion brewers, but they make different drinks.


Yes they are totally different.

I think you get a far better flavor as its put under pressure (just like a proper expresso machine).

Got knows how many bar of pressure I get on it when plunging it. 😁
Says contents is purely the coffee maker.
The package I bought about 6 months back had the 350 filters and the tote bag (both of which are needed/very handy).
This package is available in a separate listing, so it’s worth keeping in mind, as the specifics of this doesn’t seem to include those...
Does this make hot coffee for laates ?
What a fantastic piece of kit. I am now a "coffee bore/snob".
I have a burr grinder, thermometer ( to check the hot water temperature prior to adding it to the grounds) and I will buy a coffee kettle.
I now only buy single origin coffee at anywhere between £9 and £11 for 250 gms.
Indulgent? Yes. Can I afford it? Yes.
In mitigation I say that only having one cup of Joe a day I really want to make it count and the Aeropress has contributed to this obsession.... actually it started it
Oneday7713/10/2019 18:43

Are these easy to throw? I found an Aerobie when I was younger but it got …Are these easy to throw? I found an Aerobie when I was younger but it got stuck up a tree, fancy a new one.



No but you can use it as a water pistol with a prismo attachment -
m.youtube.com/wat…24s
dave364113/10/2019 18:44

eBay fabric mesh from China £1.01 …eBay fabric mesh from China £1.01 -https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Reusable-Stainless-Fine-Mesh-Metal-Coffee-Filter-For-Aeropress-Coffee-Accessory/293128313073?hash=item443fcf18f1:g:78kAAOSwrpNdDLkgeBay solid mesh from China £1.31 -https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Stainless-Steel-Mesh-Coffee-Filter-Thin-Filter-For-Aeropress-Coffee-Maker-DIY-UK/293182772135?hash=item44430e13a7:g:er8AAOSwW6BaOjSl


The solid disc (£1.31) is what I use. You don't need to use the inversion method with this disc and the coffee oils come through into the mug below - rather than being absorbed by the filter paper.
I love my Aeropress. Since I got mine just over a year ago I haven't made coffee any other way, my Moka pot and Nespresso machine haven't been touched since. It's incredibly quick and easy to use and there's none of the mess that you end up with when you have to clean a cafetiere.
Pokey13/10/2019 18:41

Oooo more coffee kit posts for me to argue with people on.Not that anyone …Oooo more coffee kit posts for me to argue with people on.Not that anyone can surely argue about the Aeropress, best, most flexible, most affordable, easy maintenance coffee brewer in the world.


I can argue - I prefer a clever dripper coffeehit.co.uk/pro…BwE Aeropress is good, though!
jedijacobs13/10/2019 18:47

Says contents is purely the coffee maker.The package I bought about 6 …Says contents is purely the coffee maker.The package I bought about 6 months back had the 350 filters and the tote bag (both of which are needed/very handy).This package is available in a separate listing, so it’s worth keeping in mind, as the specifics of this doesn’t seem to include those...


I think when I bought mine a couple of years ago it did not say anything about having the filters, but it did turn up with them.
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gainsay13/10/2019 18:52

What a fantastic piece of kit. I am now a "coffee bore/snob".I have a burr …What a fantastic piece of kit. I am now a "coffee bore/snob".I have a burr grinder, thermometer ( to check the hot water temperature prior to adding it to the grounds) and I will buy a coffee kettle.I now only buy single origin coffee at anywhere between £9 and £11 for 250 gms.Indulgent? Yes. Can I afford it? Yes. In mitigation I say that only having one cup of Joe a day I really want to make it count and the Aeropress has contributed to this obsession.... actually it started it


I bought a kettle that can do 4 different temps (think it was 70c, 80c, 90c and boiling - I use the 70c setting).
andisitadeal13/10/2019 19:03

I can argue - I prefer a clever dripper I can argue - I prefer a clever dripper https://coffeehit.co.uk/products/clever-coffee-dripper?variant=17964637028417&fo_c=1166&fo_k=e93a7c11d61be69b8ad095fbe986f011&fo_s=gplauk&gclid=CjwKCAjwlovtBRBrEiwAG3XJ-9FHOIndB5u2O0dsZVIASrWMtYk0Z6L6vvBu8Eo1OmTzxyp0Vn22UBoCTlwQAvD_BwE Aeropress is good, though!



The main thing about a gravity filter is the coffee grains can stay in the coffee for a number of minutes. That's supposed to be good, but it looks like the Aeropress pushes it through quite quickly maybe not getting the best out of the coffee. With a cafetiere you're supposed to leave it for a few minutes before pushhing the plunger down
jasee13/10/2019 19:13

The main thing about a gravity filter is the coffee grains can stay in the …The main thing about a gravity filter is the coffee grains can stay in the coffee for a number of minutes. That's supposed to be good, but it looks like the Aeropress pushes it through quite quickly maybe not getting the best out of the coffee. With a cafetiere you're supposed to leave it for a few minutes before pushhing the plunger down


If you can push the water through the coffee quickly then the grind is way too coarse. When it's ground well, it takes some effort to push and you have to do it slowly and gently to ensure an even extraction. Aeropress uses this additional pressure to extract alongside the immersion of the grounds. And the grind would be much finer than a press would use.
creamola13/10/2019 18:59

The solid disc (£1.31) is what I use. You don't need to use the inversion …The solid disc (£1.31) is what I use. You don't need to use the inversion method with this disc and the coffee oils come through into the mug below - rather than being absorbed by the filter paper.



creamola13/10/2019 18:59

The solid disc (£1.31) is what I use. You don't need to use the inversion …The solid disc (£1.31) is what I use. You don't need to use the inversion method with this disc and the coffee oils come through into the mug below - rather than being absorbed by the filter paper.



creamola13/10/2019 18:59

The solid disc (£1.31) is what I use. You don't need to use the inversion …The solid disc (£1.31) is what I use. You don't need to use the inversion method with this disc and the coffee oils come through into the mug below - rather than being absorbed by the filter paper.


where do you buy this from? so this means you dont need to worry about a filter once you use this?
andisitadeal13/10/2019 19:03

I can argue - I prefer a clever dripper I can argue - I prefer a clever dripper https://coffeehit.co.uk/products/clever-coffee-dripper?variant=17964637028417&fo_c=1166&fo_k=e93a7c11d61be69b8ad095fbe986f011&fo_s=gplauk&gclid=CjwKCAjwlovtBRBrEiwAG3XJ-9FHOIndB5u2O0dsZVIASrWMtYk0Z6L6vvBu8Eo1OmTzxyp0Vn22UBoCTlwQAvD_BwE Aeropress is good, though!


Have heard of the Clever Dripper but not brewed with one myself. I'm not an either\or type... there are currently eight coffee brewing methods in my kitchen, not (ever) including the kettle. Happy to add a ninth so I shall put the Clever Dripper on my Christmas list.
miffyl13/10/2019 18:35

£18.99 from Pact Coffee (other sellers)


Seems to be £28 on the pact site, do you mean pact sell on Amazon?
wakkaday13/10/2019 19:20

where do you buy this from? so this means you dont need to worry about a …where do you buy this from? so this means you dont need to worry about a filter once you use this?


eBay fabric mesh from China £1.01 -
ebay.co.uk/itm…Lkg

eBay solid mesh from China £1.31 -
ebay.co.uk/itm…jSl

No you just use the metal filter instead, just make sure you don't push into the bin with your coffee puck
Dragon3213/10/2019 19:08

I think when I bought mine a couple of years ago it did not say anything …I think when I bought mine a couple of years ago it did not say anything about having the filters, but it did turn up with them.


What about the little carry bag? Although it doesn’t seem much, it’s a huge help as it fits it all perfectly and is waterproof.
Just wouldn’t want anyone to buy this and then have to buy the filters and a bag separately.
jedijacobs13/10/2019 19:50

What about the little carry bag? Although it doesn’t seem much, it’s a hug …What about the little carry bag? Although it doesn’t seem much, it’s a huge help as it fits it all perfectly and is waterproof.Just wouldn’t want anyone to buy this and then have to buy the filters and a bag separately.


I can't be 100% sure as it was a while ago, but I think I may have got a bag with it, but never used it so threw it.
Dragon3213/10/2019 19:11

I bought a kettle that can do 4 different temps (think it was 70c, 80c, …I bought a kettle that can do 4 different temps (think it was 70c, 80c, 90c and boiling - I use the 70c setting).


Sounds like that will make a lovely cup of tepid coffee.

Water should ideally be just off the boil/99°C, no?
Dragon3213/10/2019 18:31

Yes - I've had one for quite a few years now and use it at least once a …Yes - I've had one for quite a few years now and use it at least once a day at home and they make great coffee (even better than a lot of coffee shops (especially Costa and Starbucks).I bought a metal mesh filter for it once I ran out of the paper ones and also use the inversion method to make the coffee (just search for it and there are videos on YouTube).I buy Lidl coffee beans and grind them myself.


Exactly the same here - mesh filter (Here) and the inversion method is a winner everytime !
GapsOfTheGod13/10/2019 18:30

Was cheaper earlier this week, but still a decent price.


But you didn’t share this price?
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