|Product Dimensions||24 x 16 x 16 cm; 907 Grams|
|Volume Capacity||1 Liters|
|Item Weight||907 g|
Asobu PO300COPPER/BLACK 9.37 Inch Pour Over - Copper/Black, 32 oz.
|Item Weight||907 Grams|
About this item
- A Must Buy Item.
- Built To Last.
- Great Item To Give as A Gift.
- Brand: Asobu
- Model: PO300-COP
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Inspired by Japanese culture Asobu refers to fun and playful nature, and products are designed to emphasize simple, clean and beautiful aesthetics. Asobu's classic orange color is used to symbolize joy, happiness and creativity.
From the manufacturer
Advanced Temperature Retention
This pour-over coffee maker offers insulated, copper-lined double-walled technology that makes it heat resistant for easier gripping and helps keep coffee hot and fresh for an amazing 12 hours at a time! Perfect for early mornings or long stretches at work.
Watch our video (in the products image section) to see for yourself how far we pushed it!
Where you go, your coffee goes!
The removable collar filter on top and the added leakproof, screw-on lid makes it easier to take the Asobu coffee maker with you while you’re working, traveling, or on the go.The stylish hour glass shape extends into the lower double wall, vacuum insulated, copper lined, stainless steel carafe. The carafe can be closed with a matching heavy duty stainless lid to stay hot for up to 12 hours. It is portable and ideal to bring to work or school for the busy day ahead.
Pour over reinvented!
Pure, Precision Filtration
Each pour over coffee carafe is fitted with a stainless-steel micro mesh filter to easily keep coffee grounds and particles from filtering into your freshly-brewed cup. More importantly, there’s no paper needed, so it ensures a clean, crisp, fresh taste every time.
Heat resistant grip
We added a heat-resistant, easy-grip collar to the Asobu to make it easier to manage when you’re filling, heating, or transporting your carafe from bloom to brew to pour.
The Asobu coffee dripper is a combination of food-grade safe stainless steel and borosilicate glass making it reusable, durable, and superior for better-tasting coffee. No expensive commercial coffee or plastic K-cups for you; just pure, delicious, affordability.
Do it in style
The Asobu Pour Over PO300 comes in a range of stylish, complimentary colors to better match your kitchen, including Black, Silver, Copper, and Red.
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Its still hot, hot, hot, when you try to pour out the coffee, the rubber grip is not thick enough as compared to other brands.
When the lid is use, the coffee doesn't stay hot for very long. For example I made coffee at 6 am and put on the lid, and went to open it at 7:00 am and its not even lukewarm
The color is beautiful and it looks great in the kitchen.
For the good part: It does what it is advertised for. If you have good coffee and know or learn to use pour-over style coffee stuff, it makes wonderful coffee. The metal filters is suprisingly dense, meaning you don't need to grind your coffee too corse (still corser than paper filter still). It is elegant, easy to clean and fixe my personnal problem: cold coffee. The carafe holds the inside temperature well and, since it's directly part of coffee-making process, it is super convenient.
On to the bad part:
I will start with something it was never meant for: Paper filters. The shape of the neck and how conic filters are shaped doesn't fit well and you will create a seal while pouring water since there is no trench for air to escape. I put that out since few asked about this aspect and wanted to try it out. Again, with was not made for that. It comes with a metal filter and it does the job well. If you still wish to go paper, try to put it in the metal filter to hold the paper filter.
Now, one aspect I wish could be improved would be the spout. It is too shallow to make much of a difference while pouring coffee. It does help compared to simply pouring from the round edges but a deeper, more like a channel would improve this aspect by a large margin. This is a common problem on many other things like measuring cups but I still mention it.
Another part is how the conic glass sits on top of the carafe: the rubber at the bottom of the piece is quite thick and create a lip. that lip is not problematic in the beggining when there is pleny of coffee in the carafe but it become an annoyance once coffee is low because it creates a wall. You need to shake a bit the carafe (assuming you're still using the conic glass part) to pour the rest of the coffee. Not ideal, but not a deal-breaker. To remedy that, you can always pour directly from the carafe itself.
Speaking of pouring from the carafe;
Without the conic glass part (to pour the coffee), the carafe is smooth and large. I have big hands, which give me the option to hold the carafe by one hand from the bottom of it, but I doubt smaller hands could do it too. If I want to hold it by the walls, it requires me both hands and I recommand you do the same because if you drop it, you could burn yourself with the spiled coffee. To avoid that, you can use the conic glass part which has a secure handle in the middle for easy pouring.
Overall, I still recommand this product but beware of these small little factors.