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Aerobie AeroPress Coffee Maker

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SKU: AeroPress
  • Versatile design makes anything from single-cups of coffee to concentrated espresso-like coffee
  • Entire process takes 30 seconds - perfect for the busy coffee enthusiast
  • Exceptionally easy clean-up
  • Constructed with BPA-Free plastic
  • Standard features of the AeroPress®:
  • Makes exceptionally high quality single cups of coffee.
  • Implements full immersion brewing without over-extraction (since the grounds get pressed down immediately).
  • Implements regulated pressure and water temperature to get espresso-like sweetness and strength.
  • Multipurpose funnel can be used for grounds or water and is also designed as a holder for the press when using smaller mugs
  • Durable plastic design makes for easy setup and cleanup.
  • 350 included filters give ample opportunity for experimentation and enjoyment without the expense of constantly purchasing new ones.
  • To purchase extra filters, click here: AeroPress® Filters, Pack of 350 .
accessories for your Aerobie AeroPress Coffee Maker

AeroPress® package includes:

  • AeroPress® plunger and chamber
  • Paddle for stirring
  • 350 microfilters and plastic filter holder
  • Coffee Scoop
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See what the founder of the Aerobie Aeropress says about his unique invention:

AeroPress® Brewing Process:

  1. Remove plunger and cap from chamber, insert filter into cap and twist cap back onto chamber.
  2. Place chamber over sturdy mug.
  3. Put two scoops of medium-fine ground coffee into the chamber with the provided AeroPress® scoop (appr. 24 grams)
  4. Pour hot water slowly into the chamber to the number "2" (Aerobi recommends 175ºF water but there is much debate and it seems that 195ºF water is a better temperature)
  5. Stir for 10 seconds with the provided paddle
  6. Wet the rubber seal and insert into the plunger, gently pressing down and maintaining an even pressure for 20-30 seconds until the plunger reaches the coffee.
  7. Enjoy sipping on your concentrated, espresso-like coffee or add some hot water to make a well-balanced, smooth cup of coffee
  8. To clean, simply rinse and reinsert the plunger. The AeroPress® is also dishwasher safe (top shelf only).

Recommended starting parameters:

  • ~ 15 grams of coffee - medium grind
  • ~ 250 milliliters of water
  • ~ 195-205 degrees
  • ~ 2:30 brew time


For a company responsible for churning out flying discs used in recreation, the designers at Aerobie have demonstrated that creativity can be used in a multitude of different venues. With their highly rated AeroPress coffee maker, Aerobie has proven itself to be a skillful competitor in the specialty coffee equipment manufacturer category. The AeroPress design is simple, yet ingenious. It implements a variety of different brew methods, utilizing good qualities of each. Because of its versatility, low cost, and ease of use, the AeroPress has quickly become a favorite for home coffee brewers.
Aerobie AeroPress Coffee Maker is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Morning Made Beautiful! I roll out of bed, and walk to the kitchen to start my morning wake up routine of making espresso. I then steam my milk, and the sound makes me first yummy sip finds me fully awake! Prima Coffee gear, the cream of the crop! Thank you!
Date published: 2014-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sweet, clean, full-bodied coffee Many people ask if an Aeropress is like a French Press. Besides the "pressing" aspect of the process, the final cups of coffee that are made from each method are very distinct from one another. The Aeropress utilizes pressure to extract the coffee flavor from the grounds, rather than long-immersion steeping. Applying a high amount pressure to push the water through the coffee grounds makes the final cup more similar to espresso than any manual brew method (but human strength is no match for an espresso machine, so the final cup will never quite resemble the consistency of espresso). I've found that this pressure also pulls insolubles, like sugars, into the cup, which also provides a fuller-body. So while my Aeropress coffee isn't as nuanced in the flavors of the coffee beans (like a Chemex might be), it generates a sweet and hardy cup that is very approachable to a wide audience.
Date published: 2013-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing little coffee maker Purchased for my husband a year ago, along with the metal reusable Able filter. He and I both use it daily. It is quick, very easy to clean, including the filter. After a year, there is no evident wear and tear, works just like it did new. Makes very tasty, rich coffee faster than even a regular french press. I was concerned about the stability of pressing the plunger down while the apparatus sits on your cup, but we've used it on everything from regular mugs to 24oz Tumblers and no mishaps. My husband is more of a coffee afficionado than I. When he has the time, he likes to use a regular french press because you keep that rich foam that forms on top of the coffee. Because the AeroPress is inverted, the majority of that foam stays in the grounds. That said, he still hands-down loves the coffee that comes from the AeroPress.
Date published: 2014-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surprised and impressed Only took a few tries to get the hang of, does better than my travel French press in a hotel room... Love it so far!
Date published: 2013-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from remarkable plastic piece of heaven I've had this remarkable plastic piece of heaven for a couple years now. I'll tell ya, my first year was full of growing pains with some odd and, apparently, extremely rare problems with my press. The coffee it produces is the best I've ever had, owing a lot to being freshly made, but mostly to the method of brewing. The coffee is incredibly consistent and flexible in the strength by letting you choose both the amount of water and coffee. I've raved about this device and always will. Now, as stated, I've had problems and this is what is really remarkable. I called for a warranty issue within the first year and was immediately sent a replacement. The second year, same problem and was again immediately sent a replacement. Aerobie asked me to keep in touch after sending a revised replacement material and I did. I had compressed my plunger by storing it inside the chamber, without knowing this was possible, and was sent another plunger at no cost after contacting them! OMG, where have you ever heard of anything like this? Nowhere, that's where! I have actually had real live conversations with several people from the company and have even emailed back and forth. These people are truly dedicated to their product, customers and your experience. I can, without any reservation, recommend this product and the company. You will not regret it and if you have any problems I am certain you'll be satisfied with the results. Promise!
Date published: 2014-08-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great brewer I bought this about a month ago and I'm so happy that I decided to splurge on it! It is very convenient for travel (grounds disposal) but it doesn't lack anything in the cup. I love that it comes with so many filters, and simply because of its design it allows great brewing control. Now all I need is the coveted prima mug!
Date published: 2014-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best cup of coffee I brew There's a bit of a learning curve for proper use. And there are tons of ways to use it. But even when you do a bad job it tastes great. Better than my French press. I suggest using the method demonstrated in the video prima coffee posted. I love rich full bodied coffee and this is what the aeropress consistently produces.
Date published: 2016-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Answer to Homemade Coffee I am somewhat new to the coffee scene (I began with a v60 about a year ago) but have been slowly acquiring equipment, of which I think this is the best. There are several reasons why: 1. It's easy! With only four parts (including temporary filter), the AreoPress is simple to put together and take apart. Making coffee with it is a joy. 2. It's SUPER easy to clean. It takes under a minute to rinse it down, but once you pop out the grounds into the trash, that's all you have to do, it's nearly as easy to clean as a v60. 3. It's freaking fast! From pouring water to drinkable coffee is about 45-60 seconds. Love that for the mornings when I'm a bit pressed (no pun intended) for time. 4. It's delicious! Some like to use the inverted method, which is fine, but I still love my espresso and lattes, and the AreoPress is perfect for that. After tasting my first latte made with the AreoPress, I knew I was in love. The best part? I got this beauty two days after I ordered it from Prima... talk about service!
Date published: 2014-06-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use, Tasty coffee Bought one of these because my brother already had one. It's super easy to use and clean if you just want to make a single cup of coffee. I like to drink it without adding any water or cream, and it's pretty close to an espresso shot. Much cheaper than a $400 espresso machine...
Date published: 2014-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Smooth, rich coffee So glad we bought the aeropress. I'm especially happy not to have that bitter burnt taste that usually came with our stovetop expresso maker. Its simple design makes it easy to use and easy to clean as well. Makes beautiful coffee.
Date published: 2013-12-02
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Is your aerobie the July 2014 and later model made of polypropylene? If it is, then I am ready to place my order. Thank you.

Asked by: Perfox
Answered by: E4566hf
Date published: 2016-04-09

I lost the filter holder part of my aeropress. Can this be replaced?

Asked by: Mary Ann
Absolutely, you can! You can buy them most places. It's around $9 to get a new one. I melted mine on my Coleman Stove and had to get a new one :)
Answered by: Mere
Date published: 2016-01-05

Can you offer any recommendations for someone who typically brews a 16 oz cup? I watched your video but it appears to be quite a smaller cup. I always worry I'm missing out on what the Aeropress is really capable of, and would love to hear your thoughts.

Asked by: ScottMLaing
You're correct; the Aeropress is a relatively small brewing device. At it's max, it's capable of holding about 9-10 ounces of water/grounds. One cool thing about Coffee is that "Strength" and "Extraction" are separate entities. It's possible to brew with a higher ratio of coffee to water--say 1oz, or 31g of dry coffee grounds to 270g, or about 9oz of water--then dillute the Coffee, post-brew, to achieve the desired strength (16oz). This method, what we call "Bypass Brewing" allows you to extend the capacity of your brewer without compromising extraction.
Answered by: Rfelb
Date published: 2015-05-18

What kind of coffee should you use in one of these?

Asked by: Janelgo
Find a local roaster who puts some care into their sourcing and roasting! You can use any coffee you'd like.
Answered by: Rfelb
Date published: 2014-06-24

Does it change the shipping charges if I remove the filters? And are the filters of normal size that can be purchased locally?

Asked by: Dixie
Hi, Dixie. Aeropress filters are produced specifically for the Aeropress. It's not likely that you'l be able to find them in a grocery store, but a local coffee shop may carry some. The shipping cost may change slightly with the addition and removal of items.
Answered by: Rfelb
Date published: 2013-12-10
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