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French Presses

A French press, also known as a press pot, coffee press, coffee plunger, cafetiere (UK) or сafetière à piston, is a simple brewing device invented in France in the late nineteenth century. It was first patented by Italian designer Attilio Calimani in 1929.

The French Press method of coffee preparation is an easy way to prepare rich, full-bodied coffee.
AeroPress

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Beaker
Bodum Replacement Beaker
Bodum Chambord French Press replacement beakers are available in 4 sizes.

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Bodum Chambords
The classic french press coffeemaker with a stainless steel frame, metal lid and glass beaker. The filtering mechanism on the Bodum Chambord French Press features a fine, stainless steel mesh strainer.

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Espro Press
Designed for optimal filtering, creates a crisp, clean cup by microfiltering twice from below the layer of grounds. Delivers the truest flavor of any press on the market without leaving grinds or sludge in your cup.

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