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[Melitta] Free Melitta Pour‑Over Starter Pack [only pay shipping & handling]

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Apr 19, 2019
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Free Melitta Pour‑Over Starter Pack [only pay shipping & handling]

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Melitta
Came across this Melitta Pour‑Over Starter Pack, only shipping and handling to be payed.
I started the checkout process to see how much it would be, and it has a flat rate shipping of $7.95 + tax = $9.14
Last edited by samuelb on Apr 24th, 2019 8:52 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Doesn't make any good coffee from my personal experience. I still have a lot of filters and this plastic cup lying around wasted.
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dealerguy wrote:
Apr 24th, 2019 8:20 pm
Doesn't make any good coffee from my personal experience. I still have a lot of filters and this plastic cup lying around wasted.
That's odd, what do you attribute this too? I don't have one like this, but in theory these types of pour overs are one of the purest ways to make coffee (right along with French press, Aero press, Chemex etc) assuming the coffee grounds are good and water temperature is also good.
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I have one and I love it. It really does make for good coffee.
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cdniron wrote:
Apr 24th, 2019 8:48 pm
It's plastic, better to pay for something either metal, ceramic or glass. Unless you like pouring boiling water over plastic and drinking it.
offers include the porcelain version as well.
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kaijujager wrote:
Apr 24th, 2019 8:21 pm
To be fair, OP’s has filters, amazon doesn’t... but odk what a good price is for filters...
4ish for a box of their filters
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In the same deal page there are two more options with a porcelain and glass.
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kaijujager wrote:
Apr 24th, 2019 8:21 pm
To be fair, OP’s has filters, amazon doesn’t... but odk what a good price is for filters...
That was my first though as well, but from the Amazon listing: "USES #2 CONE FILTERS: Comes with a start-up supply of MELITTA #2 cone filters"
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Nikhilvoid wrote:
Apr 24th, 2019 8:06 pm
Amazon sells it for $4.77 as an add-on: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00CHILTMG/ref ... WCbZYG0YVM
kaijujager wrote:
Apr 24th, 2019 8:21 pm
To be fair, OP’s has filters, amazon doesn’t... but odk what a good price is for filters...
Same price as Walmart and it actually comes in a little box with I believe 20 filters in it. Bought it a while back and was surprised it included filters.
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I've been using the Melita pour-over system for years and love it. It makes 1 cup at a time so it's always fresh and economical.
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Artisan Pack seems to be a good deal... porcelain pour-over brewer (as opposed to plastic), 80 filters, and coffee for $10 + 7.95 shipping and handling.
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cadave wrote:
Apr 24th, 2019 9:18 pm
Artisan Pack seems to be a good deal... porcelain pour-over brewer (as opposed to plastic), 80 filters, and coffee for $10 + 7.95 shipping and handling.
I can’t tell if this takes a no2 or no4 filter. The description say no2 but the pick shows no4
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its actually not bad provided you don't get the plastic ones cause I heard heat + plastics aren't so good for you.

They should be #2 cause 2 cups but the #4 filters will still work, they'll just be HUGE and way larger then the brewer since they are for 4-8 cups I think, but you can cut them or just be careful you don't pour beyond the porcelain part

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