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Bonavita BV1901PW Metropolitan One-Touch Coffee Brewer - $58.55 (Free Shipping)

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Amazon [amazon.com] has Bonavita 8-Cup Metropolitan One-Touch Drip Coffee Maker (BV1901PW) on sale for $58.56. Shipping is free.

Note: In stock on January 18.
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I purchased this model and paid $10 more through Walmart 3rd party in April of 2018. This is a great price from what I remember.

I produce a pot every day, on average, and it makes excellent coffee, every time, and has never given us a problem. Just add filtered water, a filter (preferably unbleached, as nature intended), and fresh ground beans. The finished product will be ready in about 5 minutes.

The coffee tastes 10x better than the burnt commercial trash sold at 10x the price, and 10x better than starter coffee pots sold at 0.5x this price. Even makes Folgers drinkable. Lol2

*Edited to add correct pricing info from my Walmart order history*
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I purchased this model at a similar price (maybe a few dollars cheaper) through Walmart 3rd party about a year ago.

I produce a pot every day, on average, and it makes excellent coffee, every time, and has never given us a problem. Just add filtered water, a filter (preferably unbleached, as nature intended), and fresh ground beans.

The coffee tastes 10x better than the burnt commercial trash sold at 10x the price, and 10x better than starter coffee pots sold at 0.5x this price. Even makes Folgers drinkable. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies2/lol2.gif
Do you know what size reusable gold filter can be used on this?
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Do you know what size reusable gold filter can be used on this?
I don't, unfortunately. I've looked around but haven't found a stainless steel reusable filter at a price I want. Not really interested in breaking in another plastic reusable, so I've just used the natural unbleached paper filters in this (the standard 8-cup brown filters now sold at Walmart for about $0.01 each).

Would love any recommendations as well.
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I don't, unfortunately. I've looked around but haven't found a stainless steel reusable filter at a price I want. Not really interested in breaking in another plastic reusable, so I've just used the natural unbleached paper filters in this (the standard 8-cup brown filters now sold at Walmart for about $0.01 each).

Would love any recommendations as well.
I tried researching everywhere there doesn't seem to be a definite answer which will fit Frown

Hopefully someone can confirm!
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Wasn't this a FP deal like yesterday?
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If one paper filter is not enough, will 2 paper filters do?

Another thing is the size of this coffee maker. It shows 1 cup equal 5 Oz. The standard is 1 cup equal 8 Oz. This is 62.5% of the standard.
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If one paper filter is not enough, will 2 paper filters do?

Another thing is the size of this coffee maker. It shows 1 cup equal 5 Oz. The standard is 1 cup equal 8 Oz. This is 62.5% of the standard.
This size issue is what made us return ours. I believe it was the same model. The full pot was just not enough. On a normal morning we will drink around one full pot out of a normal coffee maker.
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Wasn't this a FP deal like yesterday?
Yes. Bought one then. Maybe not enough sold. It's more exciting when they run out. Comes up as 74.99 now.
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If one paper filter is not enough, will 2 paper filters do?

Another thing is the size of this coffee maker. It shows 1 cup equal 5 Oz. The standard is 1 cup equal 8 Oz. This is 62.5% of the standard.
a "cup of coffee" is a serving of coffee -- 150ml, about 5 oz, not an actual cup (measurement) of coffee.
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