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CHEMEX Pour-Over Glass Coffeemaker - Classic Series - 8-Cup - Exclusive Packaging

  • CHEMEX Pour-Over Glass Coffeemaker - Classic Series - 8-Cup - Exclusive Packaging
  • CHEMEX Pour-Over Glass Coffeemaker - Classic Series - 8-Cup - Exclusive Packaging
  • CHEMEX Pour-Over Glass Coffeemaker - Classic Series - 8-Cup - Exclusive Packaging
  • CHEMEX Pour-Over Glass Coffeemaker - Classic Series - 8-Cup - Exclusive Packaging
  • CHEMEX Pour-Over Glass Coffeemaker - Classic Series - 8-Cup - Exclusive Packaging
  • CHEMEX Pour-Over Glass Coffeemaker - Classic Series - 8-Cup - Exclusive Packaging
  • CHEMEX Pour-Over Glass Coffeemaker - Classic Series - 8-Cup - Exclusive Packaging
  • CHEMEX Pour-Over Glass Coffeemaker - Classic Series - 8-Cup - Exclusive Packaging

CHEMEX Pour-Over Glass Coffeemaker - Classic Series - 8-Cup - Exclusive Packaging

₪ 638.00 ₪ 383.00 Save: ₪ 255.00
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Delivery Time: 15-20 days
Delivery Time: 15-20 days

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  • All CHEMEX Coffeemakers are measured using 5 oz. as 1 cup
  • All CHEMEX Coffeemakers are made of the highest quality, non-porous Borosilicate glass which will not absorb odors or chemical residues
  • The patented CHEMEX pour-over design allows coffee to be covered and refrigerated for reheating without losing flavor
  • CHEMEX - simple, easy to use with timeless, elegant design
  • Use CHEMEX Bonded Filters FP-1, FC-100, FS-100, FSU-100
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I must have almost 10 ways of making coffee in ...I must have almost 10 ways of making coffee in my apartment: Aeropress, v60, calita wave, french press, moka pot, keurig (never used), various drip machines...I figure I could even just throw some beans in boiling water and see what happens as well. I bought the chemex recently and it quickly became the go-to standard for my morning brews. It is foolproof, almost impossible to mess up at any stage: Boil water, grind beans, pour water over beans repeatedly until coffee is formed. You could argue there is more technique than that, but at its core the Chemex is built on an extremely simple concept.As far as taste, Chemex falls just below Calita wave for me and a slight bit above v60 (to me these three are the only ones that make a comparable brew). Calita Wave coffee is by far the smoothest, but takes more effort to use due to the smaller brew chamber, and I mostly reserve it for an afternoon pick-me-up. Chemex is smoother than a v60, IMO, but the two are overall fairly similar. The v60 is more suited for an office or if you want a single cup, rather than a whole carafe-full, as it is more modular and transportable.If I were to just keep one coffee method it would be the Chemex, it fits the bill for the broadest class of uses and excels in each of them equally. I have confidence in the build quality, as well, the glass feels thick and unlikely to chip or break barring any unforeseen circumstances. If you are in need of a manual brewing coffee method in your life, look no further than the Chemex. 5I don't like it....I've used the Chemex for about a week now and I really don't like it. I bought their filters and use them and I've followed the instructions and have altered the amount of coffee grounds I use but it still does not taste right! And it's not nearly hot enough.I normally use a stainless steel French Press, but I had heard and read so many good things about Chemex I wanted to try it.. I just cannot seem to get it right though and I am so disappointed.The coffee is warm, not hot and it's weak. The water doesn't stay with the grounds long enough to get a bold, rich flavor. I also think the paper filters cause it to have a weird flavor. I don't know what else it could be. I can use the same amount of grounds in the French Press and it tastes great but the Chemex tastes off to me.I will say the Chemex is much easier to clean than the French Press. You just fold the used filter with the grounds inside and throw it away; rinse out the carafe and you're done. Maybe I will re-gift it to someone else who might appreciate it. For me, it just doesn't make as good of a cup of coffee as a French Press. 2Enjoying it so far.I'm liking my Chemex so far. It makes a very nice cup of coffee with not *too* much more effort than a drip coffee maker.The bigger thing for me is that it's easier to clean the whole thing. Cleaning the basket and carafe of my drip maker wasn't too bad but then you would get into occasionally having to de-mineralize the heating chamber and also just cleaning all the nooks and crannies on the housing design...so much more of a pain than cleaning the Chemex.The glass seems thick enough that it would be tough to break unless I whacked it on something or dropped it. But it doesn't seem like it'll be any easier to break than a regular glass carafe, in fact the Chemex glass is noticeably thicker than the glass carafe of my old drip coffee machine.To boot I didn't really but it for the aesthetic...but it does make my counter look much classier and I enjoy that. I have been using the paper filters for now, but it's good to know the reusable metal ones are around and I may try them someday.The only downside is that if I have a super early shift I can't be lazy and tell it to make my coffee for me before I wake up...but then again I generally forgot to do that anyway (also the grind isn't as fresh if I do..)Overall though I'm enjoying the purchase and getting better coffee out of it, so it's a win win for me. 5Much thinner glassThe glass is so much thinner and lighter in weight than the 7 year old one I'm replacing. I am so disappointed. I am concerned about putting it over a very low gas flame as it finishes dripping. Also, what ever happened to including a few filters? As for packing, the chemex box was simply placed in a larger box with no padding surrounding it. I do appreciate minimal waste and packaging, however, this could have easily broken during shipping. 2Better than AeroPress and French Press! A must-have for coffee snobs.This is a great gadget for coffee snobs. I love my AeroPress, and didn't think anything else would be able to compete with it in terms of the flavor/richness/quality of the brew. But I was wrong my wife and I both concur that this makes the BEST coffee. I would definitely recommend you get a kettle with a proper spout for slow pouring of water and a burr grinder for a consistent coarseness. Even without that, it still makes a good cup of coffee.Pros: Easy to clean, durable, stylish, lets you control every aspect of the brewing process and experiment freelyCons: None, really. I'm personally not sold on the leather strap. With the wooden neck it's a nice look, but the cords sometimes get in the way when pouring the coffee. 5Broke after first useI had high hopes for this product after reading about it and watching several YouTube videos regarding the quality of the coffee. After the first use the glass at the top failed while I was holding it. The glass is VERY thin and apparently not borosilicate. Based on my experience, it does not hold up to use. I would try one of the similar, cheaper alternatives. 1... learned what a Chemex Coffee Brewer is through my favorite local coffee shop in OrlandoI learned what a Chemex Coffee Brewer is through my favorite local coffee shop in Orlando, Vespr. After seeing my love for pour-over coffee, they insisted I tried the Chemex. I fell in love and decided to purchase it. They suggested Amazon for "cheaper" prices. I've had this product for about two weeks now and it's incredible. The smoothest coffee I've brewed is with a Chemex brewer and it's awesome paper filter. Not only is it smooth, you get no coffee grinds in it and the coffee's genuine taste. You can distictively taste the Region where it is from (Of course if you know about coffee beans and their regions; Be sure to buy fresh coffee beans!). It comes off a bit less bitter than the regular pour-over, but believe me it keeps it's coffee taste! If you are a coffee aficionado, you will love the Chemex. Now, the Chemex has joined my home collection of brewers and it's probably my favorite way of brewing coffee.Footnote: I usually have my coffee without cream, sugar or milk... Unless it's espresso coffee. 5Changed coffee for me!!!I just started drinking coffee about 3 years ago (after my daughter was born) and still use probably more cream and sugar then most people. I already would try to use less cream and sugar, but I just couldn't handle the bitter taste of coffee. We went camping with friends this summer and they brought their Chemex. I used the least amount of cream and sugar I ever had. It was so good! I could taste the coffee without the bitter taste or so much cream and sugar. My husband ordered the filters and the Chemex that day. We got it that night with prime same day delivery.Love how easy it is to clean compared to our french press. And it looks great on our counter.The 8 cup is perfect for my husband and I to each have a glass and he takes the rest in a thermos to work. 5Do it right, you won't regret itIf you're buying a Chemex on Amazon, you probably already know why you're buying it.But incase not, here's a bit of a compressed story of my journey through coffee brewing:Bought a Chemex at Crate and Barrel, hand grinder, wrong sized filters, bad coffee, boiling water, wrong sized grinds, bad coffee, figuring out grind size, better but still bitter coffee, graduating to plastic Procter Silex electric kettle over pan and spoon, better coffee, still not great but getting better.Travel home for Christmas, break Chemex, order new Chemex from Amazon, coffee quality improving now, two years later stop being cheap and buy Buonavita Power Kettle, Automatic Burr Grinder, Hario Scale, coffee quality intensifies.Lessons for you: brewing coffee is a journey, I learned a lot over the years through mistakes and trial and error before buying things that made the process much faster, easier, and more consistent. I would recommend if you're new to pour over brewing, get a scale and an electric (temperature controlled) kettle, it will help you understand what effects the taste of the coffee and how you can consistently make an awesome cup.TL;DR: If you're new to pour-over, don't judge the Chemex until you're doing everything right. When that happens, it'll be one of the best cups of coffee, all in a beautiful timeless glass carafe to impress your friends or morning after guests. 5The cleanest cup of coffee I've ever hadThis coffee maker is by far my all-time favorite type of coffee maker. I've been making coffee for years, mostly with a chemex and it is (to me) the cleanest way to taste what specific beans have to offer in flavor.What I mean by clean is that the filter removes all of the sediment and a great deal of the acid. If a more acidic cup of coffee (that bite you get from coffee brewed in most drip coffee makers) is more to your taste, this is probably not the brewing method fit for your tastes. For that a french press is a great option - as it removes the larger sediment but allows a lot of the smaller sediment and acid through.This is a beautiful and classy way to brew low acid coffee. I could go on and on about it, but to keep it short I will simply say that as long as you understand it is made of a fairly thin glass and that proper brewing technique will yield a very low acid coffee, you will love this coffee maker and it will last you years, even decades. 5
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