Espro Press P3 - Durable Schott-Duran Glass Carafe, 32 oz. (EXCLUSIVE: Free Coffee Stir Paddle)
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I was very happy with this french press. i was using a keurig and had to upgrade to better coffee. I use this regularly at work where i can use the hot water and I buy some pre-ground coffee.
Dear Aditya! Thank you for your feedback. We are appreciate it very much. All the best, FrenchPressCoffee.com
I bought this model closer to where I live in my effort to patronize merchant retailers locally. I chose it as it had the highest and best reviews on that retailers' website. Recently arrived and used it next day. The skimpy line graphics was not enough, thus found better instructions on U-Tube, then it became easier to use it. The typed instructions on the pamphlet that is included in the box require a magnifying glass, too small to read comfortably. Thank goodness for the U-Tube videos. All that being expressed, this French press is truly the best I have had in decades and easy to use and clean. It is refreshing experience not to have to use another mesh filter over a cup to enjoy clear coffee liquid. The double mesh filters successfully separate and contain the coffee grounds. Only concern is that I hope the light grey rubber ring around the top part of the double filter does not wear down with repeat lifting of the lid and rod when refilling with fresh coffee grounds and again to clean out the glass carafe. My advice is to remove the plunger part carefully, do not rush.
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We love this French Press Coffee Maker. It was an upgrade from our first (different brand) coffee maker because we wanted to learn how it worked and decide if we wanted to purchase a higher quality one. We grew to love our first learning coffee maker but it was not high quality and broke. So we looked for a higher quality maker and this one has fit our needs perfectly. Very happy with the Espro Press P3!
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This is my first French Press and it was easy to use. I have made coffee and tea with it thus far even though I have had it only a little over a week.
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I like using my 18 ounce, but it does not press hard enough to get out all the good brew into my cup. I must pump and pump it to the last drop.
Thank you Anisa for your feedback. Enjoy your coffee.
This is our first French press coffee pot. We chose this one due to the lock feature of the glass pot inside the plastic holder. Also selected it because of the double filter system with a paper filter between. We are pleased.
Great to hear it. Thank you for your feedback and enjoy your coffee.
This is now my go to method of brewing, because of the espro 3. I use pour overs, chemex, cold brew and the aeropress. The Espro 3 makes the best dark roast cup of coffee for me with the least effort.
Thank you Linda!
This French press works as the company says it should. It produces a clean cup of French press coffee. The only thing is that it holds back more coffee than normal probably because of the filter system. If I poured in 14 oz of water I would get only about 10 oz of coffee. There's still quite a bit of liquid left afterwards but it doesn't pour out.
Thank you RJ!
Here's quick solution for this:
As you are pouring the last bit out and it gets to the dribble. While still holding the press in the 'pour' position over your cup, hold the lid down with your thumb of the hand holding the handle. Pull the plunger back out about half way. Now depress it fully again.
The pull on the plunger pulls air into the press. The liquid is at the filter basket, and the 're-plunge' causes the air to push the liquid out of the press.
Hope this helps.