What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Tanors INV Coffee Dripper, White?

A total of 6 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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19th Dec 2016

Get something like this. I use a plastic one, for convenience it is amazing, it just takes a #2 filter.

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28th Dec 2015

So just curious: is there any real difference in what a Chemex makes and what this makes? Are all pour over devices created equally and the Chemex is just a fancy looking one?

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18th Mar 2015

I would go with the Hario, or its knock-off cousin, the Tanors.

That Starbucks one looks like the Melitta cones, which have a flat bottom with one or three little holes. So you don’t get as much flow, because it’s not a true cone, nor do you have as much control over it, nor does the grind matter as much. The water just sort of sits there waiting to exit. Mastering the v60 will take more work, but the rewards will be worth it.

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6th Oct 2017

I have this one from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Tanors-700443183734-Ceramic-Coffee-Dripper/dp/B00JNZ7VNW

It works great with unbleached cone filters that you can find anywhere. Makes a good cup of coffee.

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3rd Jun 2017

This isn’t a french press, it’s a ceramic single coffee brewer so I can’t just time how long the beans brew but I can draw out how long I pour the water.

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8th Oct 2015

If you want to save a few bucks, this works great too instead of the branded one.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00JNZ7VNW