Able Brewing DISK Coffee Filter for AeroPress Coffee & Espresso Maker - stainless steel reusable- made in USA
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- Fits AeroPress Coffee & Espresso Maker
- The DISK Coffee Filter is a reusable filter designed to be used with the AeroPress® Coffee Maker
- This allows more oils and a fuller bodied cup of coffee when used with the AeroPress®. Eliminates the need for paper filters, which is especially convenient when traveling
- STANDARD: Fuller body cup of coffee with a bit more fines. Thicker and should last many years of heavy use and is very hard to bend/damage
- 100% Made in USA by Able Brewing. All packaging is post-consumer recycled and FSC certified
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The performance of the DISK versus the paper filters is virtually identical. I was worried the brew would drip through quicker, but the holes are very small and no grounds make it into the cup. The fit in the Aero Press is perfect, and it's very easy to clean off after use. I've been using it for a couple of months and there is zero discoloration, rust or staining on the disk. Do take note to make sure the words on the DISK are face up when you use it. The holes do have an orientation to them, and that is the intended direction for them to face.
I found out something important that is not completely explained in the instructions. There is tiny printing on one side of the filter. The instructions say to put this side up, and they don't say why. The reason is that the holes in the filter are etched bigger on the unprinted side and smaller on the printed side -- they are shaped like tiny funnels. If you put the filter in with the funnels right side up, they fill up and clog, and the plunger gets more and more difficult to push. Hold the filter to the light and you can see the blockage.
I tried many unsuccessful ways to clean the filter and what worked was my electric toothbrush. I flipped the filter over and it hasn't clogged since.
Love this product.
Overall, if you're looking for portability and durability, I can see these outlasting the mesh filters, as it's a plate of metal. If I had to bring one filter with me as I go away from civilization, with the expectation that I'd have to have it last 10 years, then this would be it.
The main downsides are that you pretty much abandon the AeroPress' wonderful cleanup feature of popping out the grinds with ease -- now you get to clean up a disc full of grinds, and worst of all, even on a medium to coarse grind, you still end up with grinds in the hole, and it takes some effort and a decent amount of water to rinse it out.
Ultimately, I've found that you can rub away at the grinds in a large mug, but at this point, you're using more water to clean up than you're consuming, which is perhaps fine if you're at home, but if you're camping and water is limited due to access, weight, and filtration speeds, it seems silly, so for lightweight trips, you might be better off with the paper filter.
This disk so far works fantastically. You can store it inside your AeroPress when you're not using it, it is well made (hard to mess up a circle with holes I guess) and looks great. So far no negatives but I'll be sure to update my review if I find any
My only regret is not saving 10-20 paper filters as backup in case I somehow lose the disk while camping or traveling.