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Espro Press Medium French Press Coffee Maker

by Espro

Price: £70.00
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  • 550ml volume is ideal for making two cups of coffee
  • Two stage filter: The first filter is 5-8 times finer than standard French Press filters, while the second filter is 9-12 times finer
  • Vacuum-insulated: The double walled structure assists brewing temperature stability & keeps your coffee warmer for longer
  • Stainless Steel: Durable and stylish


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Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 1 Kg
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  • Item model number: 030955193137
  • ASIN: B00EOY2YGG
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 19 Sep 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 398,004 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

The Espro Press Medium is the next stage in the evolution of the French Press. Its two stage filter provides the cup clarity of Pour Over with the ease of a common French Press.

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By Mickael Ung on 6 April 2014
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Thanks for Amazon for delivering my Espro on sunday! Monday without coffee i snot a good start for the week.
Secondly, if you're a coffee lover, go for this Espro Press.
If coffee is your daily fuel at work, this is a good investment indeed.
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By gkhkhcch on 12 Mar 2014
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The item screams quality that will last years! The micro filter works brilliantly and we are now making the best coffee we've ever made at home. Cannot recommend this Item enough to anyone considering one. In the description where it says two mugs of coffee it is very accurate. It makes two good sized mugs exactly. For anyone who likes large mugs of coffee or If like us you will be regularly making coffee for more then two people I would advise getting the large.
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I live in South Africa and ordered this to be brought out to me by my daughter who was visiting me. I love my Bodum French Press but it leaves lots of bits in the cup. I read numerous reviews for this new-type press and decided to risk buying it. Well, it is everything they say it is. Makes fabulous coffee, is simple to use and wash up and absolutely no "bits". Only negative is that the fill-line inside the pot is impossible to see when you are filling it but I have worked out how much water to put in. Expensive but worth it.
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All i expected
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Terrific balance of form & function. 21 Jan 2014
By Brooks - Published on Amazon.com
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I ordered this for my wife for Christmas and we're very, very pleased with it. The microfilter does an excellent job of minimizing the amount of sediment in your cup while also maintaining the coffee's robustness. The press keeps coffee drinkably warm for about 45 minutes to an hour (especially if you rinse it with hot water before using per the manufacturer's instructions). When cleaned and polished, the press is really quite gorgeous. It is beautifully designed and heartily constructed; it feels very solid in your hand.

I would gladly have given the Espro five stars, but a couple of details are bothersome to me:
1. The shape of the filter limits the amount of coffee you're able to use while also being able to keep the lid closed. This is sort of hard to explain. Basically, when using more than 5 tablespoons of coffee, the knob/handle at the top of the press can't be depressed all the way to the lid. That knob/handle is what keeps the lid closed when you pour the coffee. When we first used the press, we added more than 5 tablespoons of coffee and the lid fell open every time we poured. Honestly, that was too much coffee anyway and we REALLY like the coffee when it's made with 5 tablespoons. This could be a defect in our particular press rather than in the actual design, but there you have it.
2. There's no way to actually seal the lid completely. With our old Bodum press, you could turn the lid 180° and the shape of the lid would close the opening from which you pour the coffee. This is useful for keeping the coffee warm when you're done pouring. The Espro's opening can't be closed no matter which way you turn the lid. Once again, this is not a big deal to us, but it seems like a tweak here would allow us to keep the coffee warm for longer.

Some have mentioned that this press is a little harder to clean than other French Presses. This is true (due to the second filter), but not to the degree that it would change my decision to buy it. Any decent press involves some amount of disassembly and fiddling with parts for the sake of cleanliness and taste.

We love this press and would heartily recommend it to anyone who loves good coffee and would like a little less sediment.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Like a small version of the 40oz (large)! 31 Dec 2013
By Jackfruit - Published on Amazon.com
I have this french press! Like it's larger cousin it produces almost complete silt free coffee, much better than any other press I've ever used. Note that I have the 8oz and it's just enough for one w/o extra. The Medium is perfect for a couple mugs of coffee. The filter is like the large press (which are different than the small) which is a little more difficult to clean but gets more coffee out.

Double walled means the coffee stays HOT.

Stanless steel = almost indestrutible (I've broke two of the bodem glass ones).
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Your coffee won't taste the same 8 May 2014
By K. L. Petronis - Published on Amazon.com
This genius device makes fabulous french press coffee. It takes a little getting used to (as others have noted it gets hard to press at the end) but to be able to wash the silt out of the filter instead of drinking it is small price to pay. Every coffee I have used tastes different than expected -- some better, some not so much. But the fresher the coffee you use the more you will come to appreciate the aroma and oil without the grit. Since I hate my coffee reheated, I love that I can make two cups and have the second one be warm when I finish the first. I am not loving how the plastic seal around the filter stained so quickly, but so far it has not really shown signs of wear (like letting crud through). I highly recommmend this for any coffee lover who doesn't mind a bit of work for a good cup.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Sturdy and heat retaining, while attractive. 19 Feb 2014
By ecrutle - Published on Amazon.com
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This item overcomes my previous complaints about French Press coffee makers: they're prone to breakage, and the coffee loses the heat I prefer, so the second cup is tepid. I've just started using the Espro Press, but they seem to licked both concerns...and it's attractive enough to leave out on the counter.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Works just as advertised! 2 Mar 2014
By Colleen Gros - Published on Amazon.com
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My only complaint is that it's a little harder to clean due to the double filter, but worth the extra effort. The coffee stays hot which my previous French press did not plus the sediment is eliminated! Others in the same price range don't do the same - well worth the cost.
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