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Promoted 03-23-2015 by Corwin at 12:19 AM View Original Post
Update: Offer available again with coupon code VISACHECKOUTMARCH.

Cooking.com via has Rakuten has Aerobie AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker (80R08) on Sale for $30 - $10 w/ promo code VISACHECKOUTMARCH (must use VISA Checkout) = $20. Shipping is Free. Thanks iconian

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You do not need a visa card to use VISA Checkout. This Aerobie AeroPress has earned 4.7 stars overall (out of possible 5) based on 964 customer reviews at Amazon. - brisar

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#4
Aeropress is currently my favorite way to make coffee these days. Thanks!
Repped!
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Yeah I own this. It's laughable that it is easier to use than your drip coffee maker. It's nice for the weekends but I could and can live without it.
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am i missing out much by using only kcups?
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am i missing out much by using only kcups?
If convenience is your number one priority, then just stay with the kcups. Yes, you are missing out on almost all of the aroma experience of great coffee, but there are other efforts required when you have a good brewing method (freshly roasted, quality beans, a decent grinder, attention to amount of coffee used and time and temperature of the brew, etc). I find all of those extra steps to be more than worth it because the experience of taste is my number one priority, but I understand why many of ny friends use kcups.
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If convenience is your number one priority, then just stay with the kcups. Yes, you are missing out on almost all of the aroma experience of great coffee, but there are other efforts required when you have a good brewing method (freshly roasted, quality beans, a decent grinder, attention to amount of coffee used and time and temperature of the brew, etc). I find all of those extra steps to be more than worth it because the experience of taste is my number one priority, but I understand why many of ny friends use kcups.
so is this thing a fancy french press?

i think kcups are good, but feel like i can get much better coffee with a french press and some nice beans
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^^^ I agree french press FTW, plus I don't like any plastic touching my beans and water, also less parts to wash vs. this; regardless decent deal
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I'm on the fence; I've wanted this press for a while but realize it entails additional paraphernalia. Is there a good and cheap grinder to recommend?

EDIT: And now I noticed that it uses paper filters, which kind of damages the point of a press. Nevermind, I'll stick with my drip.
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You have to use visa checkout for it to work.

Thanks OP! I've been waiting for one on these to go on sale!

Quote from ResidentPony View Post :
I'm on the fence; I've wanted this press for a while but realize it entails additional paraphernalia. Is there a good and cheap grinder to recommend?

EDIT: And now I noticed that it uses paper filters, which kind of damages the point of a press. Nevermind, I'll stick with my drip.
They have metal filters that aren't too expensive
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Yeah I own this. It's laughable that it is easier to use than your drip coffee maker. It's nice for the weekends but I could and can live without it.
I LOVE my Aeropress, but agree about the use. It's used exclusively on the weekends. During the week I use a small viet coffee filter at my desk at work, still a decent way to get good single serve coffee at work.
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Yeah I own this. It's laughable that it is easier to use than your drip coffee maker. It's nice for the weekends but I could and can live without it.
It's basically the same as a drip maker anyway... paper filter and all. Hipsters love anything that is more manual. I can argue, though, that french press is a step above drip if you like a full tasting cup of coffee.
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Quote from silvery79 View Post :
^^^ I agree french press FTW, plus I don't like any plastic touching my beans and water, also less parts to wash vs. this; regardless decent deal
Cheaper french presses are also plastic and sometimes harder to clean. The only part that needs rinsing is the syringe and cap.


Quote from firechill View Post :
It's basically the same as a drip maker anyway... paper filter and all. Hipsters love anything that is more manual. I can argue, though, that french press is a step above drip if you like a full tasting cup of coffee.
Almost. french press allows you to soak the grounds. this does too and lets you add pressure.
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