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Amazon has OXO 1.5-Cup Brew Pour-Over Dripper Coffee Maker (11180100) on sale for $12.79. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more. Thanks SgtRaider

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Too bad the whole thing is made of plastic
Get one like this , pop it on top of any mug:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MX87...UTF8&psc=1



And put any filter, I settled on these


https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001O0R...UTF8&psc=1

This is the best you can do from health perspective. Coffee, no plastic or chemicals, filter out oils , which are the one questionable ingredient in coffee.

https://www.health.harvard.edu/st...rew-coffee

No sugar, no milk if possible. Water+coffee. Simple. Pennies a day.
Is it a health concern for you or? I'm partial to my plastic Hario V60. Never did like ceramic drippers because unless you preheat, it sucks the a lot of heat out of the water and holds it in the ceramic, whereas plastic doesn't. That's one reason it's still very popular.

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$12.79 is the price. This is the #1 pour over maker in my book because it's easy to use and it eliminates the need of buying a gooseneck kettle. Bought mine for $11 from Macy's back in 2018 and never seen it this slow for a while.
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Is there something like this but bigger? Something that holds more than 12oz? Need at least 24oz.
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Which one's a better option for pour over coffee between this and https://slickdeals.net/f/14524982-34oz-bodum-pour-over-coffee-maker-w-permanent-filter-cork-band-16?
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Too bad the whole thing is made of plastic
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Is there something like this but bigger? Something that holds more than 12oz? Need at least 24oz.
The standard ceramic pour over that you put on top of a vessel. It uses a #4 filter so you can control the amount of coffee/water for the volume you want.

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Get one like this , pop it on top of any mug:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MX87...UTF8&psc=1



And put any filter, I settled on these


https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001O0R...UTF8&psc=1

This is the best you can do from health perspective. Coffee, no plastic or chemicals, filter out oils , which are the one questionable ingredient in coffee.

https://www.health.harvard.edu/st...rew-coffee

No sugar, no milk if possible. Water+coffee. Simple. Pennies a day.
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I've had one of these for about a year. I like that you can just add water and walk away. For single cup brewing, I find the Oxo dripper much more convenient to use than the Clever dripper and the results are pretty good
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Too bad the whole thing is made of plastic
Is it a health concern for you or? I'm partial to my plastic Hario V60. Never did like ceramic drippers because unless you preheat, it sucks the a lot of heat out of the water and holds it in the ceramic, whereas plastic doesn't. That's one reason it's still very popular.
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I've been using a ceramic pour over for years and always had to wait several minutes in the morning. Didn't know this existed but seems like it'll be a perfect solution to the wait.
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