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Delter Coffee Maker $39.95 + $9.95 Flat Rate Shipping @ Alternative Brewing

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Delter Coffee Press is the first coffee maker deigned from the ground up, to solve one of the biggest coffee brewing problems-agitation. Uncontrolled agitation results in bitter coffee and inconsistent extraction. Delter’s unique Jet-Seal keeps the brew water and coffee grounds separated preventing uncontrolled agitation. Water contact is activated by actuating the Jet-Seal with pressure, offering complete control over water flow and agitation. The result is an exceptional cup like no other. Less bitterness with more clarity.

A unique Jet-Seal separates the brew water and coffee – stopping unwanted agitation and offering next-level brewing possibilities. The Delter Coffee Press is the first coffee maker to use a process we call “Injection Brewing“, a completely new brew method we developed after countless hours of experiments. This works by infusing hot water into the coffee grounds under pressure, for improved control and consistency.

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  • Hi sbjel1,

    Is the brewer compatible with Aeropress filters?

    Can I store my knock aergrind inside it for compact transportation?

    What's the cup like? Should I be expecting something like an aeropress, or a pour over our what?

    Also, does $5 off for signing up to your newsletter stack with this offer?

    • +1 vote

      Hi Mentok,

      It works with: https://alternativebrewing.com.au/product/ten-mile-stainless... and the Paper filters from AeroPress.

      It can be stored inside for a compact transportation. The cup takes the clarity to another level, resulting in a pressed coffee with the clarify of pour over.

      It wont, but if you use DOZ - ill offer $5 off to the first 30

      Enjoy it!

      • Is there a code for free shipping? It doesn't seem to be a bargain otherwise (is been that price for a while I've noticed).

      • The key difference with Aeropress appears to be that the water and coffee don't touch each other until you start your press - so I gather this is less of an immersion brew and more of a mix between pour over and espresso. Would that be a reasonable way to look at it?

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          I thought the benefit was that Delter do not require a flip. The video seems to show that the water doesn't drip until it is pressed.

        • that's what i'm thinking. essentially only practical difference between this and espresso would be extraction pressure - the ground is held relatively firmly and the water forced through it, as opposed to aeropress where it is suspended in the water. so it's a pour over at above atmospheric pressure, or an espresso with much lower pressure but more than atmospheric.

  • geez these guys didn't even TRY to make a different design

    • +1 vote

      Checkout the video! Very different in performance

      • "We've been on a journey of discovery"

        Nah, you've been trying to make a decent coffee maker.

    • it is significantly different to aeropress. whether it is better/worse i can't comment on as i don't own one, but it is very different. the design also appears to back up the claims of reduced/no agitation and less bitterness - however again this is theoretical and would need to be tested.

      • +1 vote

        What is agitation?

      • ^This.

        It actually is quite different mechanically (despite looking very similar in design), and one would expect results to be closer to pourover as they say (theoretically - haven't tried it myself).

        But I'm not really a pourover fan, so I'll stick with Aeropress! (Which theoretically suits my tastes better!) :)

  • does a rhino mini grinder fit inside the plunger for storage/transport like aeropress? and out of curiosity why are steel filters so expensive - literally a circle of 304 with some holes machined.

  • +10 votes

    I have been using one for a few weeks and do find it a better coffee than aeropress.

    Impressions:

    Can only fit two shots rather than the 3 I use with aeropress but comes out the same strength and smoother.

    No bloom issues when you use coffee straight out of the roaster - I don't have to slowly add water.

    Easy to add more water without mess.

    Comes with a tamper.

    More crema - whether it is the greater pressure or that you can use a couple of pumps of air.

    The only downside is more pressure required to push the coffee out.

    Overall this is an upgrade over the aeropress (plus it is an Australian idea

    • cleaning much of a hassle compared to aeropress? your experience seems good enough for me to give it a crack.

    • Welcome to OzBargain. All this coffee chat must have inspired you to join up dak61!

    • Would you say the Delter is more like an "espresso-like" pourover, while Aeropress is more like an "espresso-like" french press?

    • How many grams of ground coffee beans can it fit at one time? I use between 30 and 35g when I use my Aeropress (with the entire chamber filled with water), but this doesn't look like it can hold that much.

  • Slightly harder to clean as aeropress plunger pushes the spent coffee all the way out directly compared to this one which has the rubber part in the way and uses air or water.

    Having said that you just pump most of it out and rinse the end. so may take 2 seconds longer. The plunger and water section always remain clean.

  • Long time lurker but this thread inspired me to sign up. to give my thumbs.

    • Welcome. FYI, there's a reply button underneath each comment so you can reply to that comment specifically instead of making level one comments all the time. :-)

  • Just realised you guys are in Darra (very close to me). Do you offer pickup at all.
    $10 delivery is a bit of a killer, especially knowing it's only got to come 5km…

  • Could someone recommend an inexpensive hand grinder to go with this?

    • Porlex mini. I think it's a good balance of quality and price, plus it's small so great for taking away with you and your aeropress/delter when you visit the in laws who live off Blend43.

  • Can it be considered bargain if the most expensive it’s ever sold for?

    Good idea I guess but would want to brew significantly better than an aeropress to justify the apparent extra brew and cleaning effort.

  • What about a brew bundle for this product like the aeropress bundles??

  • Tried to use the coupon OP mentioned but it expired :-(