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Bodum.com has 8-cup Bodum Pour Over Double Wall Glass Coffee Maker w/ Glass Handle (11672-01) on sale for $34.99 - 10% off w/ coupon code BODUM_10 = $31.49. Shipping is free. Thanks grey_thoughts
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This dishwasher-safe coffee maker is constructed from double-wall borosilicate that is heat-resistant to keep coffee warm. Comes with a reusable filter. All Bodum products carry a limited 1-year warranty, more details here. -ananyavb

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Double Wall Glass Coffee maker 8 cup with glass handle

Keeps coffee insulated, hot longer

Usually $49.99.. similar double-wall model $54.99 on amazon
price is 30% off at $34.99

Great for pour over coffee

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Coffee drinker here... TL;DR - maybe just buy a Chemex.

I have owned the non double wall version of this, and to put it nicely, it stunk. I hated it with a passion

The mesh filter sounds great in theory but the water transfer was too quick for brew times, and I never could get a decent cup out of it. I ended up shoving chemex filters in and throwing away the mesh filter. At that point, you may as well re-evaluate your setup.

Do you really need 8 cups? My gut feel is if you are brewing that much coffee whether it be for guests or giant travel mugs, you might be better off looking elsewhere or a better drip machine. How long do you really need your 8 cups of pourover to stay hot for anyway?

The deal itself is OK. The product is merely MEH.

As a bit of background, I have used and brewed in many different machines. Including but not limited to moka pots, v60, hario siphons, steam pressure bellmans, aeropress etc.
Heads up, coupon code BODUM_MOON! is %12 off.
I have a similar one from these guys. The Mesh filter is just not good. First issue is it's a pain to clean. Second water goes too fast thru it and coffee is weak but what I do is put a coffee filter in the mesh and it helps solve the issue.

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Heads up, coupon code BODUM_MOON! is %12 off.
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Coffee drinker here... TL;DR - maybe just buy a Chemex.

I have owned the non double wall version of this, and to put it nicely, it stunk. I hated it with a passion

The mesh filter sounds great in theory but the water transfer was too quick for brew times, and I never could get a decent cup out of it. I ended up shoving chemex filters in and throwing away the mesh filter. At that point, you may as well re-evaluate your setup.

Do you really need 8 cups? My gut feel is if you are brewing that much coffee whether it be for guests or giant travel mugs, you might be better off looking elsewhere or a better drip machine. How long do you really need your 8 cups of pourover to stay hot for anyway?

The deal itself is OK. The product is merely MEH.

As a bit of background, I have used and brewed in many different machines. Including but not limited to moka pots, v60, hario siphons, steam pressure bellmans, aeropress etc.
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I have a similar one from these guys. The Mesh filter is just not good. First issue is it's a pain to clean. Second water goes too fast thru it and coffee is weak but what I do is put a coffee filter in the mesh and it helps solve the issue.
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Coffee drinker here... TL;DR - maybe just buy a Chemex.

I have owned the non double wall version of this, and to put it nicely, it stunk. I hated it with a passion

The mesh filter sounds great in theory but the water transfer was too quick for brew times, and I never could get a decent cup out of it. I ended up shoving chemex filters in and throwing away the mesh filter. At that point, you may as well re-evaluate your setup.

Do you really need 8 cups? My gut feel is if you are brewing that much coffee whether it be for guests or giant travel mugs, you might be better off looking elsewhere or a better drip machine. How long do you really need your 8 cups of pourover to stay hot for anyway?

The deal itself is OK. The product is merely MEH.

As a bit of background, I have used and brewed in many different machines. Including but not limited to moka pots, v60, hario siphons, steam pressure bellmans, aeropress etc.
This is compatible with paper filters, right? Is there anything the Chemex has as advantage such as size of opening?
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Coffee drinker here... TL;DR - maybe just buy a Chemex.

I have owned the non double wall version of this, and to put it nicely, it stunk. I hated it with a passion

The mesh filter sounds great in theory but the water transfer was too quick for brew times, and I never could get a decent cup out of it. I ended up shoving chemex filters in and throwing away the mesh filter. At that point, you may as well re-evaluate your setup.

Do you really need 8 cups? My gut feel is if you are brewing that much coffee whether it be for guests or giant travel mugs, you might be better off looking elsewhere or a better drip machine. How long do you really need your 8 cups of pourover to stay hot for anyway?

The deal itself is OK. The product is merely MEH.

As a bit of background, I have used and brewed in many different machines. Including but not limited to moka pots, v60, hario siphons, steam pressure bellmans, aeropress etc.
Did you try grinding finer to lengthen and strengthen the brew? What's your go-to weekday coffee brewer?
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I have a similar one from these guys. The Mesh filter is just not good. First issue is it's a pain to clean. Second water goes too fast thru it and coffee is weak but what I do is put a coffee filter in the mesh and it helps solve the issue.
I almost want to believe that adding the paper filter was the intended use. With a paper filter, it's easy to clean.
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Coffee drinker here... TL;DR - maybe just buy a Chemex.

I have owned the non double wall version of this, and to put it nicely, it stunk. I hated it with a passion

The mesh filter sounds great in theory but the water transfer was too quick for brew times, and I never could get a decent cup out of it. I ended up shoving chemex filters in and throwing away the mesh filter. At that point, you may as well re-evaluate your setup.

Do you really need 8 cups? My gut feel is if you are brewing that much coffee whether it be for guests or giant travel mugs, you might be better off looking elsewhere or a better drip machine. How long do you really need your 8 cups of pourover to stay hot for anyway?

The deal itself is OK. The product is merely MEH.

As a bit of background, I have used and brewed in many different machines. Including but not limited to moka pots, v60, hario siphons, steam pressure bellmans, aeropress etc.
uhhh why not use the paper filter over it ?

also this will be good for making the cold brew? ������ ♂️
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uhhh why not use the paper filter over it ?

also this will be good for making the cold brew? ������ ♂️
I got one specifically for cold brew at Target. I havent picked it up yet.
https://www.target.com/p/bodum-be...A-52516595
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I got one specifically for cold brew at Target. I havent picked it up yet.
https://www.target.com/p/bodum-be...A-52516595
I wonder how well this will filter out the grounds
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The description is misleading, but Chemex does it too. Despite being an "eight cup" vessel, the stated capacity is 34oz (4.25 cups). That's because they're considering the amount of liquid it could hold if there were no filter or coffee grinds. Bodum also sells a "twelve cup" with a capacity of 51oz / 6.4 cups. Chemex's cheapest model is the 3-cup, which holds two cups. [/color]

Anyway, Bodum is also selling an "eight cup" double wall vessel in the Chemex style with a collar instead of a handle, for a few bucks less than this one. https://www.bodum.com/us/en/11682...-pour-over I'm in for one at $30 and free shipping, and I'll be using it with Chemex filters. At that price, the worst case scenario is that I'll give it to a friend and get the real thing when it goes on sale.
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I commented on the other Bodum deal thread as well but I'll say it again here. Context: brought a pour over from Bodum but arrived broken. No free return, and tried to contact their support to waive the return fee (email only, no online chat or phone) but got the ticket closed without update. I've asked PayPal to do a charge back and we'll see how it goes.
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You can use cone style paper filters with this, but from my experience, it still doesn't work very well because there is no airflow channel where the spout is like the chemex, or at least one that is big enough to let any air out. What happens when there is no air channel is that the pour rate will be hindered significantly and you'll get air bubbles that force their way through the sides. You either use the metal filter that comes with this for optimal use or if you really like the style of these types of brewers, you purchase the Chemex where it was built to use paper filters. In my opinion, something like a kalita wave, bee dripper, or a hario v60 and some filters and some sort of coffee carafe will be a better bet than the bodum. Still TU for a good deal on a decent, not so much fuss coffee brewer that's better than your 20 dollar, for the office, Mr. Coffee 12 cupper brewer.
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Btw it's impossible to find chemex filters right now for a decent $9 dollar price...
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