Cona Glass Filter Rod For Siphon Brewers

Product Code
cona-rod
$30.00

Measurements

Weight
0.72 lbs
Length
6 in
Width
6 in
Height
2 in

Details

Siphons or ‘vacuum pots’ are known to be one of the most involved and high-maintenance brewing devices available. The time-consuming ritual of cleaning and storing cloth filters for daily use can be tedious for some. For those seeking to simplify the process the Cona Draining Rod may be your siphon’s redemption. The Cona Draining Rod, compatible with all Hario, Yama, and Cona siphon brewers, is a single-piece glass filter that replaces the standard filter assembly, fitting loosely inside of the siphon's top chamber. When in place, its finely textured surface acts as a filter that is comparable to metal mesh. The Cona promotes a slightly fuller bodied cup than cloth and paper filters, but also offers remarkable cleanliness in the cup. The best part? Cleanup is a breeze. Remove the filter, give it a quick rinse, and it’s ready to be used again in seconds. Just make sure you wait long enough for the glass rod to cool down before removing.
 

Features

  • Material: Glass
  • Total Length: 5"
  • Handle Length: 1 5/8"
  • Glass Filter Diameter: 1 1/4"
  • Rod Diameter: 1/2"
4.27273 stars, based on 11 reviews

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2/22/2020 8:36:46 PM

5 / 5 stars

Great to have found a

Great to have found a missing piece, a hard to find item!

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1/30/2020 3:22:33 PM

5 / 5 stars

Fast Service!

Items arrived ahead of predicted schedule and in fine condition.

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11/19/2019 1:58:44 PM

5 / 5 stars

Fast accurate and as ordered

Lost the glass filter rid for my Cona. They had it in stock at good price. Shipper fast and accurate with tracking info. Good communication and I will use them again.

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10/10/2019 4:27:05 PM

5 / 5 stars

Best filter option for siphon brewer

A glass filter - sounds weird but it works great, much less fuss than the cloth and easier to clean than the Diguo. I'm using the Yama 5 cup siphon BTW, but the way it fits I think it would work with any siphon brewer.

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4/30/2019 8:54:54 PM

5 / 5 stars

The Answer

This is the answer to the grinds in the coffee and to the inconvenience of cloth and metal filters which require a bit of work. Coffee with the glass rod is better! I’m sold on it.

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2/22/2019 1:08:42 PM

5 / 5 stars

Cona Glass Filter Rod for Siphon Brewers

Using it in a Yama 8 cup maker. Outstanding results! Very few, if any, grounds make it down to the pot. Super easy clean up.

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4/16/2018 12:00:00 AM

5 / 5 stars

Knowledge and Service Perfection

A Cona glass siphon rod. A gorgeous Stagg electric kettle.Not really very much to say, but helping me inch forward to improving my morning cup. Extraordinarily knowledgeable staff. Exceptional service and prompt shipping. Not often found together as some internet coffee concerns forget that they‰Ûªre dealing with real people as we pursue crafting ever-better cups of home brew. Your staff was considerate, helpful and friendly and took the time to answer questions to help me improve my everyday coffee experience. Which is what it‰Ûªs all about, right?

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4/10/2018 12:00:00 AM

5 / 5 stars

great coffee

Cona glass filter works great.I roast with a Gene cafe, hand grind on a HG1, brew with a Hario Sommelier syphon. Great coffee, distilled water, and glass to glass to glass brewing, couldn't be better

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7/30/2020 2:06:47 AM

1 / 5 stars

I could not get it to work

To be fair, I only tried this twice. I have a hario siphon, and the seal it made was simply too tight. The first time I used it I had a very hard time getting the temp right so that bubbles wouldn't bounce the filter around (Even though I have an electric heat source), this lead to a lot of grounds making it through the filter. The second time I was more careful, was much more careful with the amount of heat and was able to prevent bubbles from displacing the filter. However, once it came to draining I completely failed. It did a spectacular job at keeping everything from draining. Despite their being a vacuum, it simply would not drain. I eventually had to pry apart two very hot pieces of glass. At this point I simply gave up, even if I got it to work perfectly I wouldn't say it's worth it. It doesn't really save me any time as I can clean / prep a cloth filter while my water is boiling. The time it would save me would be lost by waiting significantly longer for it to filter. So all in all, neat idea in concept, but in practice I prefer cloth or paper filter.

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5/14/2019 8:56:05 PM

1 / 5 stars

Doesn't drain

I want to like this but no matter how coarse I go it won't drain. Tried to use with Hario TCA-5, grinding with Vario-W.

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1/4/2020 4:38:48 PM

5 / 5 stars

Better than other filter options

I was happy using a metal filter except for clean up. The draw down of coffee is faster than the metal filter. I noticed the coffee has a brighter note in flavor. Of course clean up is a breeze and no having to deal with securing and removing the chain attached to a spring. Highly recommend buying this filter for Syphon Coffee Makers. I use a Hario NEXT Coffee Syphon and grind courser than a pour over with a Baratza Forte Brew Grinder.

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