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Aeropress Coffee Maker $39.95 Delivered @ Fox Coffee

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BENEFITS

Save time - Brews in Only 2min
Great value for money - Café quality coffee without the price tag
Easy drinking - Clean, sweet, never bitter coffee
Practically indestructible - Made from BPA free Polypropylene that’s built to last
Simple to use- Great tasting coffee the first time you use it
No Fuss Clean-up - Just takes seconds
350 Mirco-Filters included!

FEATURES

Cylinder shape promotes perfect immersion brewing resulting in bitterness free coffee
Perfect for both filter and espresso roasted coffee
Can brew a variety of styles of coffee
Simple 3-part design
Lightweight and compact construction ideal for boating, camping, and hiking
Made in the USA

Enjoy coffee shop taste from home with an easy to use AeroPress Coffee Maker. A staple in coffee shops all over the world the AeroPress is fully portable making it perfect for boating, camping or backpacking so that you never miss out on your much-needed coffee.

It uses full immersion brewing with a micro paper filter that stops coffee solids from ending up in your cup, the ones that can cause bitterness. The end result is much cleaner and sweeter coffee that retains the strength that you would expect from immersion brewing.

The AeroPress Coffee maker is designed in BPA free polypropylene (rubbery plastic) so the AeroPress is lightweight, compact and durable making it great for home or travel use.

This is part of Mother's Day deals for 2021.

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  • +53 votes

    Just in time for the release of James Hoffmann's Ultimate AeroPress Technique.

    • +1 vote

      Yup, he finally did the long anticipated aeropress series

    • +8 votes

      I intend to propose an economic term for consumer products in coffee industry as James Hoffmann Phenomenon (JHP), that sales of a specific product can be boosted while ignoring every other economic rules and laws as soon as JH reviews it with a positive comment.

      (Jk, I love his reviews.)

      • +4 votes

        I mean I did get a V60 because of him lol

    • +1 vote

      Yesssss I've been keeping a journal of my past brews to figure it out but Hoffman saved me months of time. Absolute godsend.

      Also Aldi has been selling the Aeropress around August for the past couple years. $35-40 if anyone misses out on this deal.

  • +6 votes

    Got one for my birthday this year and it's been the best thing ever, no more instant for me.

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    love mine…

    amazon had a deal for similar price, but with the case a few weeks ago!

    also might be a weird request, but anyone know where to get robusta beans from?

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      coffeesnobs.com.au

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        I got some decaf beans from coffee snobs, I'd highly recommend them. Shame about their naff packaging.

  • +9 votes

    Upside down method is the best advice for these. Work a treat

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      definitely the inverse method is the best!

    • +11 votes

      Well that’s been debunked in the last JH video.

      • +3 votes

        Yep.. I used to do this (up until last week), and I also didn't let it brew long enough.

        Thanks James!

        We need an ozbargain deal on coffee scales.

      • +2 votes

        will need to watch it…only saw episode one…

        inverse just works for me because it gives me more control over steeping time…there's also less drippage…

      • +3 votes

        Not really, he couldn't tell the difference.

        https://youtu.be/jBXm8fCWdo8?t=914

        To me, I get a more consistent brew with inverted. Personal preference.

    • +1 vote

      Yep, inverted is especially the way to go when making multiple cups. Add 1 scoop per cup, steep, flip and inject concentrated coffee into each cup, top up with water.

  • +3 votes

    I used mine every day for two years! Loved the taste of coffee. Recently shifted to Moka pot and found the taste much better. Does anyone agree? The price of a Moka pot is almost the same (like for 6 cup one)

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      Love both - definitely different style of coffee

    • +2 votes

      I think a better machine for the same style is the Delter press, though not as durable long term. Other things like moka pots can be good but not the same style of coffee so I don't really compare them as that's more personal preference. I'm a bit less of a fan of the Aeropress after the Australian distributor started engaging in price maintenance, so this is about the best you can get for pricing now whereas this used to be an everyday attainable price.

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        Resale price maintenance (i.e. setting a minimum resale price) is illegal - what makes you say they're doing it?

        • +1 vote

          This is why.
          CoffeeSnobs sold them at their cost for years but suddenly the distributor stopped selling to them and it supposedly definitely wasn't because of the price….
          So yes, illegal, but they didn't bother pursuing it further.

          • +1 vote

            @ethan961: Interesting thanks. ACCC would be very interested in that if they got wind…

    • +1 vote

      I like the Moka pot (got one for $3 at an op shop!) But I find its a bit of a hassle to use/clean and also sensitive to technique. Where the aeropress is consistent, simple and easy to clean.

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      Waiting for my moka pot to arrive. Got it mainly to do espresso Martinis (couldnt justify an espresso machine) but looking forward to proper coffee since mainly just do instant.

      The aeropress does seem simpler so is tempting too wah

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      I find I go back and forth between devices. The Aeropress produces a really clean cup, but I do like the additional body and mouthfeel using the Moka

  • +3 votes

    Been using mine for 10 years. Still going strong. Love the convenience of these thigns. Great for camping/travel too.

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    These are amazingly impressive. 👍

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    This Fox place has bloody awesome coffee FYI

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    Would this suit a person that drinks cafe style latte's? More for black coffee drinkers?

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      While it is better for black coffee, I've tried this method which yielded a pretty good milk coffee

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      I do latte every morning with these. I froth the milk in a milk frother attachment that came with Philips L'or pod machine. It works for me great!

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    Cheers, been wanting one of these for a while. I assume most coffee grounds from Coles, Aldi, etc will work with it?

    • +1 vote

      Yes, it ideally get a grind (or grind it yourself) to the recommended consistency.

      I just use standard ground coffee (bought in a brick), like Harris or Vittoria.

    • +1 vote

      They will be fine if you're happy with the taste. However a coarser grind size is recommended for the aeropress. So might be worth grinding your own beans.

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        Cheers, where do I find that manual grinder the guy was using in the video (on their site)?

    • +1 vote

      I found the Aldi beans to be the best and cheapest.

      Also got an electric grinder from House so you don't have to worry about doing it by hand. Just turn it on, let it do it's thing and come back to freshly ground coffee.

      Others do prefer the hand grind for the experience, but I'm more then happy for it to be ground for me.

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    Love mine. Definitely inverted method, and I let it steep for five minutes (give or take, I don't time it). I press as fast as comfortably possible and squeeze 100% of the liquid out.

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      5 MINUTES?? Woww!

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        Yup - I add plenty of milk so the strength is a plus.

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    I've been using one for years. On my second pack of filters. But the rubber seal has worn out to the point where I can't use the plunger confidently anymore—sometimes some of the coffee escapes up above the seal.

    All the replacement rubber seals I've found are reasonably priced (<$10) but annoyingly the shipping costs as much as the part! Given that, I'm considering getting this deal just to have a working plunger…

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      Ours lasted around 5 years before doing this.
      Do you clean it after use and leave it separated? Apparently that helps but I only just learnt it.

      Got one of these for the same reason of shipping costs being not worth it for replacement seal

  • +6 votes

    These are great. Once you're out of paper filters, consider buying a stainless steel one so you can just reuse it instead of making unnecessary waste.

  • +1 vote

    Make sure you get a stainless steel filter. Paper filters change the taste.

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      which stainless steel filter would you recommend?

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        To be honest, I purchased mine around 5-6 years ago so can't remember. I have two - one very fine and the other slightly less fine. Both give excellent results, without the paper aftertaste. I used both together to create the pressurized portafilter result with faux crema :)

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          Where did you buy them from, and for how much?

      • +1 vote

        Able disc (normal) is excellent.

        Apparently the $5 on Amazon is good as well.

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        I have the "Ten Mile" disc (came in a bundle with a manual burr grinder) and it works great.

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    Quick question (I admittedly know nothing about coffee makers /presses etc)

    I have a secret Santa match and they mentioned their French press was broken..

    Could this be a better substitute for a French press?

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      A Clever Coffee Cupper may be closer to a French press.

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      Yes it's similar but there's ceremony around the fresh press. Most FP are made of glass, with steel mesh plunger. This is all plastic, with paper filters. So it really depends on how they find the aesthetics…

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        There's not much ceremony to it when you're using the JH method. I have a FP and a CCC. I think the FP makes a slightly nicer cup, but you can't beat the CCC for easy clean up.

    • +1 vote

      Aeropress is a better taste as it filters the grinds better. The main advantage of a french press is the amount of coffee you can make, the large ones you can make enough for 4 or more. Whereas Aeropress is only enough for 1, 2 at a push.

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      In my experiences, the Aeropress produces consistently better coffee than the French Press. The French Press is an absolute prick to clean as well compared to the Aeropress, so it's an easy choice for me.

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    Maybe I never quite tried the right beans and grind with mine so never thought it was particularly awesome. I know that it's a different price point and style of coffee but I much prefer having a latte from my Breville Bambino Plus

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    Hmmmm already have a v60 but contemplating this.

  • +1 vote

    I have this and the AeroPress Go- get the Go even if it costs more, it's a more well thought out package that's easier to travel with.

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      Do you find the smaller collar on the AeroPress Go doesn't fit many average sized cups/mugs/glasses or haven't found that an issue?

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        Not at all, probably the other way. Without the funnel reducer thing on the regular AeroPress I've often come across cups it does not fit in.

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    How easy is this to clean?

    • +3 votes

      Piece of cake. Remove the cap, push out the puck, rinse for 2 seconds, done.

      Just make sure you store it with the piston pushed all the way through, otherwise the rubber gasket is compressed and will wear out quicker.

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    Bought - now to see what all the hype is about….

    • +1 vote

      Yep im with you. Hopefully Its easy enough to replace the semi auto machine I have. If everything goes to plan I'll just use the machine to heat the milk

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        We have an auto machine. Not using currently due to taking up too much bench space.

        Have used a dedicated milk warmer/frother in the past but now dont even bother. We just put cold milk in an microwave for 30 sec. Works fine.

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      FYI the inverted technique works better than the one in the instructions

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    i wonder if they meant to do free shipping on just the Aeropress

    they didn't advertise it on the page and the option says on orders 500G+ coffee

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      Yeah same for me. Probably because 500G coffee is in the same price range and the system automatically thinks it is free on delivery

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    This is amazing. Never can go back to anything else after this. If you love coffee and haven't got this, you're insane!!!!

    • +1 vote

      Had one. It was ok. I don't think I'm insane.

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        What do you use now for coffee?

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          I'm in the same boat… cost/portability aside, I prefer my espresso machine

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            @avidd: Filter and espresso are completely different types of coffee

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    the old lady lost the lattice part that holds the filter in, anyone know where you can get that as a spare part? Don't fancy buying her a whole 'nother one

  • +1 vote

    Thx op, Just ordered this with their coffee blend. used welcome20 to get 20% off their beans. Lets see if hype holds up to its name

  • +1 vote

    Like Aeropress but find Delter Press is better, though I think the rubber seals may wear faster

  • +1 vote

    There's no way that this delivers "cafe quality coffee". It's not an espresso machine. You need at least 9 bars of pressure to create an espresso shot.
    However, the Aeropress will give you decent tasting coffee over instant.

    • +1 vote

      With good beans I can match the quality of a cafe's batch brew

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      Cafe serves more than espresso though. You can definitely make cafe quality coffee with the aeropress with great beans and grinder. Some might say immersion coffee is better than pour overs.

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    Saw this was sold out…
    Is this the same type¿
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/333921411473?chn=ps&norover=1&mk...

    • +1 vote

      Yes

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        Bought it and tried it today. Not too bad

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    I've seen these for the same price at Aldi?

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      but not right now though?

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    Mine arrived today. packaging could have been better - box was a bit damaged but looks like the aeropress is fine.

    Now what's this inverted method everyone was talking about?

    • +1 vote

      You brew the coffee with the device upside down and only turn it onto the cup when ready to press it through.