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Melitta Pour Over Coffee Maker - $3.98 + $3.00 off (instore only w/ coupon)

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Melitta Pour Over Coffee Maker - $3.98 + $3.00 off (instore only w/ coupon)

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Price:
3.98
Savings:
58% off
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Amazon.ca, Walmart
Melitta Pour over Coffee Brewer - $3.98, Reg $9.58.

Sometimes goes on sale for this price according to the 3 C's, but great price for a 5* cheap pour over maker.

https://www.amazon.ca/MELITTA-Plastic-P ... B00CHILTMG

Also available in store and online at Walmart for the same price $3.00 off using coupon. Bringing total to $0.98. Thank you to @Emporium
https://www.melitta.ca/coupons_English,6888.html

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https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/melitta-po ... 0154190261
Last edited by makaheehee on May 22nd, 2021 5:32 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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$3.98 is regular price at walmart, but many stores don't carry it.

If your store carries it and you planning to pick it up in person, you can use the Melita coupon to get another $3 off, brining it down to less than a $1.
https://www.melitta.ca/coupons_English,6888.html

It's nothing fancy, but does the job.
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If only this wasn't plastic! Not sure how I feel about pouring boiling water over this continuously
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LDN2012 wrote: If only this wasn't plastic! Not sure how I feel about pouring boiling water over this continuously
Theres also a ceramic one available. Not the same price but worth it in long run.
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LDN2012 wrote: If only this wasn't plastic! Not sure how I feel about pouring boiling water over this continuously
Been using almost daily for years... it’s BPA free and very hard plastic the risk is very low. Heck I haven’t grown an extra toe yet so it can’t be that bad
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I approve. Recently switched from using a french press to this. I like it. Making the coffee takes a bit longer but barely any clean up to deal with is nice.
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Apr 1, 2019
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Impossible to melt or distort this thing if that's your concern. Used for 10+ years. Eventually it gets stained brownish from the coffee but honestly easiest longest lasting drip coffee maker ever. Would be quite difficult to break it accidentally. Just throw in the dishwasher however often, no problem. 1 for camping, 1 for cottage, 1 for home.
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Made in the USA. Great quality.
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Feb 6, 2004
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PC West Coast dark roast and this pour over technique FTW.
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Feb 4, 2007
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What's your grind level? I tried medium fine this morning and my pour through took a terribly long time...
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Where do you get filters for these bad boys
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Jan 9, 2014
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NamesJeb wrote: Impossible to melt or distort this thing if that's your concern. Used for 10+ years. Eventually it gets stained brownish from the coffee but honestly easiest longest lasting drip coffee maker ever. Would be quite difficult to break it accidentally. Just throw in the dishwasher however often, no problem. 1 for camping, 1 for cottage, 1 for home.
So jealous of you guys that have a home AND a cottage...
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Sep 4, 2016
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Dave98 wrote: I approve. Recently switched from using a french press to this. I like it. Making the coffee takes a bit longer but barely any clean up to deal with is nice.
Agreed. I recently switched too and there now residue like with a French press and it's perfect for a single cup st a time.
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Had this for years. This is the best pour over coffee maker. The openings in the base lets you see how full the cup is and it is a generous size.
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Apr 1, 2019
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Mysticode wrote: What's your grind level? I tried medium fine this morning and my pour through took a terribly long time...
I've never had any issues regardless of grind level. I suppose slightly more coarse ground would go a bit quicker however.
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Apr 1, 2019
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goodguy90 wrote: Where do you get filters for these bad boys
Any grocery store. #2 cone filter. Have yet to find an amazing deal on the filters anywhere though. (Best so far was at metro when they were on sale 150 for $3) Anyone else score better prices on the filters?
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Nov 2, 2018
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Mysticode wrote: What's your grind level? I tried medium fine this morning and my pour through took a terribly long time...
If it takes too long then you need to adjust the grind size a bit coarser but not too coarse or else it will go through too fast and not get extracted enough. Also your beans will make a difference between light/medium/dark, dry/oily and grocery store(made in massive batches) or local hipster cafes (small batches). You just need to find a balance through trial and error.
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These are also very convenient for filtering batches of cold brew: pour through a strainer first, then through the pour-over.
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NamesJeb wrote: Any grocery store. #2 cone filter. Have yet to find an amazing deal on the filters anywhere though. (Best so far was at metro when they were on sale 150 for $3) Anyone else score better prices on the filters?
Our local Costco has the #4 cone filters in packs of 600. The larger size is just fine in a pour over filter. If memory serves, they cost about $8 - 9, or 1.5 cents each. We use them for our morning pot from the machine as well as for the single cups I make for myself throughout the day. 600 lasts us about 6 months.

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