Made of plastic this coffee maker is shatter-resistance
It is dishwasher-safe
Dimensions (Overall): 4.75 inches (H) x 4.75 inches (W) x 6.0 inches (D)
Weight: 9.6 ounces
Capacity (Volume): 1 cup
Cup Capacity: 1
Coffee Filter Type: Cone
Coffee Type Used: Ground Coffee
Wattage Output: 0 watts
Power Source: Manual
Care & Cleaning: Dishwasher-safe
Item Number (DPCI): 072-08-1678
Origin: Made in the USA
The Melitta Shatter Resistant Pour Over Cone Coffee Maker lets you make coffee in simple and easy steps. Add coffee and pour hot water your rich and flavorful coffee is ready. This coffeemaker has two viewing holes for easy visibility into the mug, full height ridges in cone for optimal extraction, a medium-size drip opening to eliminate risk of bitterness, and a ring underneath drip opening that directs coffee flow into mug and prevents runoff.
This pour over is great other than the fact that the holes on the sides are a major design flaw. About 50% of the time, coffee will drip out of the side hole and pool onto the top of the base... In some cases it will even spill further onto the surface the mug is on. Such a pain to be honest. I don't want to clean up spilled coffee every time I make a cup.
Purchased from Target a month ago, tired of lukewarm coffee from the machines. It works very well and is easy to use, makes a real cup of coffee. It is unbreakable plastic and lightweight. I boil the water then soak the cone first before putting in the beans, this allows the water temp to reduce to a proper temp. Then pour in the coffee and pour the coffee slowly into the cone, always a good cup.
San Diego buyer - 5 months ago, Verified purchaser
Very happy with this Melitta cone coffee maker!! Was surprised by the excellent quality and design. Especially like the side openings that let you see how full the cup is. Very practical. The reviewer who stated that the openings left her coffee lukewarm must have left the cup sitting for sometime. My coffee was hot. Very happy with my purchase! Thanks Target for supplying it, other retailers don’t seem to offer it.
Didnt even know this was a thing until recently. Bought a little plastic one at a dept store the other day. Love being able to make a single cup of coffee, but dont want to spend the $$$ on a machine, so this was the option for me. Really surprised that it doesnt just make a half decent cup of coffee, but actually makes a REAL cup of coffee. I figured because it makes it so quick that it'd be really weak, but definitely wrong about that. We went back out and bought a second cone so we can make two cups at the same time. I packed my french press away and dont think I'll be going back to it any time soon. Love these things.
...by the time it finishes draining. I don't know about you but I like my coffee HOT in the morning, so I'm kinda disappointed by this. To offset this issue, I've started to pour only about 2/3 of the water to brew, then add the remaining hot water straight to the cup after. This boosts the temperature a little bit. I do add a fair amount of cream (from the refrigerator), but I've never had coffee turn out this lukewarm before in all the years I've been making coffee at home.