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Aerobie AeroPress

Postby Steve » Mon Feb 15, 2010 11:28 am

I have a couple of brand new AeroPress coffee makers for sale. I bought a case last time I ordered and do not need them all. I use one of these every day to make my own coffee in the morning (takes 2 minutes). Works great for when you are out camping as it needs no power, just hot water. Comes with everything needed and 350 filters. $25 Shipped or I will also consider discs for trade.

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Re: Aerobie AeroPress

Postby Steve » Thu Feb 25, 2010 9:46 pm

I still have more of these if anyone wants one.
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Re: Aerobie AeroPress

Postby some call me...tim? » Wed Mar 03, 2010 11:27 am

I picked one of these up from Steve, and as a coffee lover, I highly recommend these. Great tasting coffee in a fraction of the time it takes for french press, and a super easy clean up too. I'm using it at home, but this thing will definitely be coming with me on any camping trips in the future. Aerobie may have done funky things in disc golf, but they got coffee right. If you like good coffee and you've been thinking about picking one of these up...do it!
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Re: Aerobie AeroPress

Postby Steve » Thu Mar 25, 2010 1:06 pm

Still have a couple more to trade or sell.
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Re: Aerobie AeroPress

Postby beatz » Thu Mar 25, 2010 2:59 pm

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Re: Aerobie AeroPress

Postby Steve » Thu Mar 25, 2010 11:37 pm

Wizard
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Star Eagle
Olf (any plastic)
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Anything I have not tried
I like 150g all the way to 175g depending on the disc. Let me know what you have.
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Re: Aerobie AeroPress

Postby Jesse B 707 » Wed Apr 14, 2010 5:55 pm

Steve wrote:Wizard
Teebird (any plastic)
Star Eagle
Olf (any plastic)
QMS
Anything I have not tried
I like 150g all the way to 175g depending on the disc. Let me know what you have.

id trade a couple Star eagles for one of these
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Re: Aerobie AeroPress

Postby Mark Ellis » Wed Apr 14, 2010 6:05 pm

Steve wrote:I have a couple of brand new AeroPress coffee makers for sale. I bought a case last time I ordered and do not need them all. I use one of these every day to make my own coffee in the morning (takes 2 minutes). Works great for when you are out camping as it needs no power, just hot water. Comes with everything needed and 350 filters. $25 Shipped or I will also consider discs for trade.

Link to site w/ video demonstration
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The Aeropress looks a lot different than most golf discs. It does not look like it would glide all that well. I'm not even sure I could putt with it.

I thought the Epic and the Arrow were odd looking but the Aeropress is even weirder.
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Re: Aerobie AeroPress

Postby savestheday » Wed Apr 14, 2010 8:07 pm

Mark Ellis wrote:
Steve wrote:I have a couple of brand new AeroPress coffee makers for sale. I bought a case last time I ordered and do not need them all. I use one of these every day to make my own coffee in the morning (takes 2 minutes). Works great for when you are out camping as it needs no power, just hot water. Comes with everything needed and 350 filters. $25 Shipped or I will also consider discs for trade.

Link to site w/ video demonstration
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The Aeropress looks a lot different than most golf discs. It does not look like it would glide all that well. I'm not even sure I could putt with it.

I thought the Epic and the Arrow were odd looking but the Aeropress is even weirder.


I'm like 86% sure thats not a disc man.
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Re: Aerobie AeroPress

Postby Steve » Fri Apr 16, 2010 9:40 pm

Mark Ellis wrote:
Steve wrote:I have a couple of brand new AeroPress coffee makers for sale. I bought a case last time I ordered and do not need them all. I use one of these every day to make my own coffee in the morning (takes 2 minutes). Works great for when you are out camping as it needs no power, just hot water. Comes with everything needed and 350 filters. $25 Shipped or I will also consider discs for trade.

Link to site w/ video demonstration
Image


The Aeropress looks a lot different than most golf discs. It does not look like it would glide all that well. I'm not even sure I could putt with it.

I thought the Epic and the Arrow were odd looking but the Aeropress is even weirder.


More of a "forward thinking" design. The glide comes from the pick-me-up. Helps with putts too if you can handle the jitters.
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Re: Aerobie AeroPress

Postby Steve » Thu May 27, 2010 5:29 pm

bump
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Re: Aerobie AeroPress

Postby Dogma » Thu May 27, 2010 5:49 pm

Just so you know, the AeroPress kicks ass. Makes great coffee, is fun to use, and is even good on a camping or backpacking trip or at a tourney since all you need to go with it is hot water. As a bonus, it doesn't need much actual coffee to make a tasty cup, so you can save on the beans.
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Re: Aerobie AeroPress

Postby Jesse B 707 » Sat Jun 12, 2010 2:53 pm

I'll echo the other folks here, these are amazing, such a rich brew with super low acidity, easily competes with my buddy's $500 espresso machine =) as a coffee snob I am super impressed with this thing. Thanks Steve
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Re: Aerobie AeroPress

Postby Jeronimo » Sat Jun 12, 2010 3:38 pm

I never pictured you as a coffee guy Jesse. More like shirley temple kind of guy :P :lol:
I am dumb.

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Re: Aerobie AeroPress

Postby turso » Sat Jun 12, 2010 4:14 pm

Jeronimo wrote:I never pictured you as a coffee guy Jesse. More like shirley temple kind of guy :P :lol:


Don't you mean girl?
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