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Cost Plus World Market has Chemex 8-Cup Glass Coffeemaker on sale for $22.75 - 15% off w/ promo code SHOPWME15 = $19.34. Store pickup is free if stock permits. Thanks asloveus

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This coffeemaker has a 40oz capacity and made of heat-resistant glass with wood collar and leather tie. The polished wood collar and leather tie serves as an insulated handle. - Randy71

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Written by asloveus Edited December 7, 2017 at 11:14 AM by wuzzy
World Market - Chemex 8 Cup Coffeemaker $19.34 [worldmarket.com] Free ship to Store or 6.95 Shipping

Coupon for 15% off is SHOPWME15

Total if shipping = $26.29 + tax
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Total Ship to Store = $19.34 + tax

Don't forget the cash back site. Add on 5-7% depending on your site

Also, they have the Chemex unbleached filter for $4.49 [worldmarket.com]

Total for Chemex + Filter = $23.15 + tax. $$ Awesome deal.
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Be a scientist. Certify yourself by watching youtube. In several weeks of learning you can make THE BEST coffee in the world for you. Want it easy? Get a $10 drip maker and push the "sucks" button.

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Are the reviews to be believed on the amazingness of coffee made in this?
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It's all in the filter IMO. Chemex makes a really thick filter that produces coffee that's super clean and smooth.

The actual carafe is well designed but it's workmanship/quality doesn't match that of Bodum.

Still a good deal at $20 though. I'd add it to your coffee arsenal.
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It's all in the filter IMO. Chemex makes a really thick filter that produces coffee that's super clean and smooth.

The actual carafe is well designed by it's workmanship/quality doesn't match that of Bodum.

Still a good deal at ~$20 though. I'd add it to your coffee arsenal.
Agree! I love the design of the Chemex though. I prefer the bleached Chemex Coffee Filter as well.
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It's all in the filter IMO. Chemex makes a really thick filter that produces coffee that's super clean and smooth.

The actual carafe is well designed but it's workmanship/quality doesn't match that of Bodum.

Still a good deal at $20 though. I'd add it to your coffee arsenal.
How would this hold up for someone used to using the "Bonavita Wide Base Porcelain Immersion Dripper"? Improvement? Or no?
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It's all in the filter IMO. Chemex makes a really thick filter that produces coffee that's super clean and smooth.

The actual carafe is well designed but it's workmanship/quality doesn't match that of Bodum.

Still a good deal at $20 though. I'd add it to your coffee arsenal.
Edit: though the bodum is also on sale for the same cost basically... you think the Bodum is better? (again for someone used to the Bonavita Immersion Dripper, and very particular about coffee (not me! which is why I'm asking))
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Edit: though the bodum is also on sale for the same cost basically... you think the Bodum is better? (again for someone used to the Bonavita Immersion Dripper, and very particular about coffee (not me! which is why I'm asking))

Hey, it depends on what kind of coffee profile are you looking. I have the clever dripper myself, and I used it often to make a single cup of coffee. I found the dripper to be good at making that refined and delicate smooth coffee you get from a Chemex.

This is another review [yourdailyupgrade.com]from a guy who loves coffee with comparison on Chemex vs the Immersion Dripper.

The Bodum pour over drip is a nice design if you like the silicone rubber band. I prefer the chemex wood and tie look. Preference. The Bodum Pour overis $20 with free shipping. [worldmarket.com]

As the other guy was saying, it's all in the filter, and I might add the coffee fresh grind and water Smilie

Hope this helps.
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Edit: though the bodum is also on sale for the same cost basically... you think the Bodum is better? (again for someone used to the Bonavita Immersion Dripper, and very particular about coffee (not me! which is why I'm asking))
You're pretty much just paying for the design and aesthetics so it's subjective. You could use a Chemex filter in a Hario or whatever pour-over style coffee maker and it should come out the same.
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I have two Clever drippers, but ordered this Chemex when I want to make more than 2 cups
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Absolute steal at this price. Thanks for posting!
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Would this be convenient for a student who's new to making coffee?

Would I need to purchase their specific "Chemex filters"?
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It's all in the filter IMO. Chemex makes a really thick filter that produces coffee that's super clean and smooth.

The actual carafe is well designed but it's workmanship/quality doesn't match that of Bodum.

Still a good deal at $20 though. I'd add it to your coffee arsenal.
This Bodum? (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1)

If so, that's what I'm using with generic filters from the grocery store. Makes good coffee.

But I would very much like to use higher quality filters like the Chemex. Do you know a source where I can get them at affordable prices?
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Can anyone comment on this for $30 bux?

https://www.worldmarket.com/produ...merReviews

Been looking for an entry lvl espresso machine
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