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Thalestris Co. via Amazon has Willow & Everett Reusable Pour Over Coffee Filter Cone on sale for $4.99 when you 'clip' the 50% off coupon on the product page. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

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  • This stainless steel coffee cone dripper fits most branded coffee carafes including the 6, 8 & 10 cup coffee makers & drippers & eliminates the need for paper filters without scratching it
  • Clean up in 60 seconds - just scoop out the used grounds from your stainless steel coffee dripper, rinse the fine high-quality mesh filter under warm running water and dry thoroughly after use. Every 2-3 weeks descale with a solution of vinegar and water

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At Amazon.....Pour Over Coffee Filter – Reusable Drip Coffee Filter Cone - Coffee Makers Filters for $9.99 clip the 50% OFF coupon for a final price of $4.99
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Wow, I thought he was joking.

https://www.google.com/search?q=d...e&ie=UTF-8
Fair warning ⚠️
This will raise your cholesterol, most do not realize the paper filters remove it but these metal ones let it pass through!
A proper source from actual studies.

https://scholar.google.com/schola...erol&btnG=

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Most ground coffee isn't going to work with this according to their notes. Most brands grind medium not medium coarse.
That may be too fine and therefore not allow it to strain properly by clogging the strainer or caking.

So be prepared to grind your own whole bean.

If you check the reviews . Lots of people who can't seem to grind coffee to the correct size and clogged their filter 🤣

TLDR this is not a replacement for K cup users. This takes time and effort to use correctly.
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wow, thanks op for posting this.

i have little faith this will replace my paper filter use
since i have a collection of such metal mesh filters
that either clog or let too much bits and dust through,
but at $5 it's worth the risk trying this iteration...
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paper is so cheap (literally less than 1c each) I really never got the hassle of a reusable filter.
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Quote from arribasn :
paper is so cheap (literally less than 1c each) I really never got the hassle of a reusable filter.
While I agree that it's more hassle than tossing the paper and grounds into the compost, I'm not sure I'd consider it, objectively, to be a "hassle". Dumping grounds and rinsing the filter for 3 seconds is hardly difficult.

And besides, some folks like myself prefer a richer cup of coffee with more of the oils making their way through.

To each their own, I suppose.
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Quote from PetSpy :
wow, thanks op for posting this.

i have little faith this will replace my paper filter use
since i have a collection of such metal mesh filters
that either clog or let too much bits and dust through,
but at $5 it's worth the risk trying this iteration...
but then it's a $5 piece of junk you now have to throw into the landfill
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but then it's a $5 piece of junk you now how to throw into the landfill
At least it's metal, not plastic.
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Fair warning ⚠️
This will raise your cholesterol, most do not realize the paper filters remove it but these metal ones let it pass through!
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This sounds aggressively untrue lol, got any source for this claim?
Wow, I thought he was joking.

https://www.google.com/search?q=d...e&ie=UTF-8
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While I agree that it's more hassle than tossing the paper and grounds into the compost, I'm not sure I'd consider it, objectively, to be a "hassle". Dumping grounds and rinsing the filter for 3 seconds is hardly difficult.

And besides, some folks like myself prefer a richer cup of coffee with more of the oils making their way through.

To each their own, I suppose.
Manufacturer and reviewers say it needs a deeper cleaning every 2-3 weeks even if you manage to get all the "just right size to clog pores" particles out. I mean I get it if for some reason you prefer the taste with out paper filtering but that is about the only reason for me.
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This sounds aggressively untrue lol, got any source for this claim?
No joke look it up, from an article I read years ago otherwise I would.
Why would someone make that up?
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