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12-Oz OXO Brew Good Grips Pour-Over Coffee Maker EXPIRED

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OXO Brew Pour-Over Coffee Maker with Water Tank $12.79

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Gotta love all the generalizations of heat + plastic = bad.

First of all, there's hundreds of different chemical compositions for "plastic", so if you're not looking into the specific composition, you're already doing yourself a disservice.

This is almost as bad as the people who see "BPA-free" or "organic" and call it a day.

Secondly, just because it's stainless steel or ceramic doesn't necessarily make it better. Ceramic often has trace heavy metals in it, even when it's rated "food safe". And stainless (which often isn't actually stainless) usually comes with some kind of PTFE or similar coating to avoid the metallic taste.

If you're avoiding plastic for ecological reasons, that's one thing and good on you for trying, but if it's for health reasons, look into the composition before passing judgment.

This uses something in the polyester family and also something called Tritan, both of which are rated for at least double the heat you should be making coffee at.

Unless of course you really like that 400 degree McDonald's burnt roast...
At some point they're going to make these with a heating pad under the coffee receptacle, a tank to pour the water into, and an automatic system of pouring the water over the coffee grounds.
Woah... slow down there Future Man

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I'm currently using the Hario V60 Ceramic which makes a damn good cup of coffee but I am a bit lazy (even though it only takes 2 mins to sit there and pour lol). This is an interesting concept but I am a bit concerned about the plastic even though I supposedly shouldn't be as this type of material is non-leeching?
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At some point they're going to make these with a heating pad under the coffee receptacle, a tank to pour the water into, and an automatic system of pouring the water over the coffee grounds.
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Quote from FuschiaScene411 :
At some point they're going to make these with a heating pad under the coffee receptacle, a tank to pour the water into, and an automatic system of pouring the water over the coffee grounds.
Woah... slow down there Future Man
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Plastic doesn't instill confidence
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Quote from FuschiaScene411 :
At some point they're going to make these with a heating pad under the coffee receptacle, a tank to pour the water into, and an automatic system of pouring the water over the coffee grounds.
shouldn't the water in the tank be heated automatically before they got poured over as well?
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Gotta love all the generalizations of heat + plastic = bad.

First of all, there's hundreds of different chemical compositions for "plastic", so if you're not looking into the specific composition, you're already doing yourself a disservice.

This is almost as bad as the people who see "BPA-free" or "organic" and call it a day.

Secondly, just because it's stainless steel or ceramic doesn't necessarily make it better. Ceramic often has trace heavy metals in it, even when it's rated "food safe". And stainless (which often isn't actually stainless) usually comes with some kind of PTFE or similar coating to avoid the metallic taste.

If you're avoiding plastic for ecological reasons, that's one thing and good on you for trying, but if it's for health reasons, look into the composition before passing judgment.

This uses something in the polyester family and also something called Tritan, both of which are rated for at least double the heat you should be making coffee at.

Unless of course you really like that 400 degree McDonald's burnt roast...
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Ain't no aeropress
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My wife - a coffee snob- has used this for a year now and it's great. She has tried many different set ups over the years and this has worked best. Trust OXO.
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Quote from FuschiaScene411 :
At some point they're going to make these with a heating pad under the coffee receptacle, a tank to pour the water into, and an automatic system of pouring the water over the coffee grounds.
Sounds fancy!
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For those complaining about plastic, it's actually desirable because it retains less heat than ceramic or metal. That means the water maintains temperature for the brewing process which is important to extract the most flavor. V60 Hario which is considered one of the best pour over systems has plastic coffee drippers.
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