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Promo code not valid. There is a 5% off ($2) coupon on the product page though
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Fakespot gives the reviews a grade of "C". There is a similar product sold on Amazon called Aeropress with over 7000 reviews with Fakespot grade of "C" and it costs less. Read reviews carefully. If a review seems overly glowing, click on the reviewer's username and look at their user history
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Fakespot gives the reviews a grade of "C". There is a similar product sold on Amazon called Aeropress with over 7000 reviews with Fakespot grade of "C" and it costs less. Read reviews carefully. If a review seems overly glowing, click on the reviewer's username and look at their user history
I can't vouch for the quality of the Moocoo, but the Aeropress is a completely different type of coffeemaker. The Moocoo here claims to made actual espresso, while the Aeropress makes coffee using an entirely different (and unique) method. The Aeropress is an established product that has been around for years and has a very loyal fan base. The Moocoo is more of an unknown. Actually, the Moocoo would be more accurately compared to other small and portable espresso makers like the Nanopresso or the Handpresso. There are quite a few of them out there these days.
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Promo code not valid. There is a 5% off ($2) coupon on the product page though
Hi,
After 5% off coupon and 10% off code is $33.92.
The additional 10% off code is now valid. Start time: 2020-6-30 14:00 PDT, there may be some delays, so sorry for this inconvenice.
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I can't vouch for the quality of the Moocoo, but the Aeropress is a completely different type of coffeemaker. The Moocoo here claims to made actual espresso, while the Aeropress makes coffee using an entirely different (and unique) method. The Aeropress is an established product that has been around for years and has a very loyal fan base. The Moocoo is more of an unknown. Actually, the Moocoo would be more accurately compared to other small and portable espresso makers like the Nanopresso or the Handpresso. There are quite a few of them out there these days.
it one like Wacaco and STARESSO
The principle should be similar, take out espresso after pressure
I have a STARESSO New version v3. Work fast and achieve good quality
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it one like Wacaco and STARESSO
The principle should be similar, take out espresso after pressure
I have a STARESSO New version v3. Work fast and achieve good quality
Yeah, the Nanopresso is made by Wacaco. Thanks for the recommendation for the Staresso. I was just checking out their website. Did you get the Pro version? It looks pretty wild. One of these days I'll pull the trigger on one of these little machines.😉
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Yeah, the Nanopresso is made by Wacaco. Thanks for the recommendation for the Staresso. I was just checking out their website. Did you get the Pro version? It looks pretty wild. One of these days I'll pull the trigger on one of these little machines.😉
yes,I have used STARESSO Pro for about half a year to replace the time of hesitating DeLonghi models XD

The appearance of STARESSO pro is not pleasing, like a bomb,
but it can extract a large capacity of 180ml, which is about two cups. It is very convenient to clean, install and rinse, It's also worth mentioning that you need to have a good grinder, hand-cranked or machine-made, it will give you a stable quality
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Fakespot gives the reviews a grade of "C". There is a similar product sold on Amazon called Aeropress with over 7000 reviews with Fakespot grade of "C" and it costs less. Read reviews carefully. If a review seems overly glowing, click on the reviewer's username and look at their user history
The Aeropress is nothing like this device. They both make brown liquid, but that's where the similarity ends. The Aeropress makes excellent coffee, as judged by many experts (and also by avg. people like me). It's been around for 10-15 years but it just hasn't caught on with mainstream folks who are content to use a Keurig and consider it coffee.

It's strange that Aeropress would have a Fakespot rating of C when they're far more straightlaced than most Amazon merchants. They just don't do the tricks the underhanded tricks that would lead to fake reviews. To me, this shows just how irrelevant Fakespot has become.

But don't take my word for it, pick one up for yourself. It looks a bit strange at first, but it can produce some amazing coffee (even with grocery store coffee) and it doesn't require expensive pods or fancy equipment.
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Anything other than Fakespot F is ok. There are Samsung products with 20K reviews that FS gives a D rating. That doesn't make sense. FS is a perfect example of how not to use AI.

And BTW, FS has branded me a fake reviewer simply because I tend to give overwhelmingly good reviews. I'm careful what I buy and I am genuinely mostly happy with what I get. So FU FS. Smilie
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Hi,
After 5% off coupon and 10% off code is $33.92.
The additional 10% off code is now valid. Start time: 2020-6-30 14:00 PDT, there may be some delays, so sorry for this inconvenice.
So in other words, you are the seller. Well thanks for the full disclosure!
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The Aeropress is nothing like this device. They both make brown liquid, but that's where the similarity ends. The Aeropress makes excellent coffee, as judged by many experts (and also by avg. people like me). It's been around for 10-15 years but it just hasn't caught on with mainstream folks who are content to use a Keurig and consider it coffee.

It's strange that Aeropress would have a Fakespot rating of C when they're far more straightlaced than most Amazon merchants. They just don't do the tricks the underhanded tricks that would lead to fake reviews. To me, this shows just how irrelevant Fakespot has become.

But don't take my word for it, pick one up for yourself. It looks a bit strange at first, but it can produce some amazing coffee (even with grocery store coffee) and it doesn't require expensive pods or fancy equipment.
Aeropress reached out to me a few years ago for a nice discount in exchange for a "nice" amazon review. Fakespot is mostly accurate from my experience.
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Fakespot gives the reviews a grade of "C". There is a similar product sold on Amazon called Aeropress with over 7000 reviews with Fakespot grade of "C" and it costs less. Read reviews carefully. If a review seems overly glowing, click on the reviewer's username and look at their user history


Fakespot is OUT OF DATE on Amazon..
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Ah heck. I'll give this a shot. Need something ultra portable for the small camper I have.
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I can't vouch for the quality of the Moocoo, but the Aeropress is a completely different type of coffeemaker. The Moocoo here claims to made actual espresso, while the Aeropress makes coffee using an entirely different (and unique) method. The Aeropress is an established product that has been around for years and has a very loyal fan base. The Moocoo is more of an unknown. Actually, the Moocoo would be more accurately compared to other small and portable espresso makers like the Nanopresso or the Handpresso. There are quite a few of them out there these days.
I'll second the above
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