Please visit our “Evolution of Materials” (https://aeropress.com/use-it-now/evolution-of-aeropress/) page in this website for our explanation of the evolution of materials used in the manufacture of AeroPress coffee makers. There were good reasons for each of the changes and the material currently being used makes the best AeroPress ever. To aid with seeing the water fill level in your AeroPress, please try viewing down into the AeroPress chamber as opposed to from the side. That's much easier.
- previous post: Hi Alan, Is that really you Alan? I'm actually amazed if it is you, and I'm very delighted to speak (email) you! Alan – I'm living here in the UK and originally from Australia, which I believe still has the best coffee. So during lockdown here in the UK, I have been slowly introducing my friends to Aeropress given that the convenience of going to the cafes is not great. What's become obvious to them is that store bought coffee in the UK is terrible. It's like brown tasteless water with a hint of burn ash. They only noticed this when I started to show them my Aeropress how easy and how tasty coffee can be. You can thank me for basically advertising your product to my friends and getting you more than 5 extra sales haha! What's become apparent though is that some of my friends simply don't like the look of your product. It's plain and not sexy at all. Can you please have a think about doing different colours, and adding some style to your product? I know a lot of people who would be interested only if the product was nice to look at. If you do read this and realise how great my idea is, please feel free to send me a free demo product as a reward for this great business idea! You'll get extra cash in the pocket and I'll get a nicer looking aeropress :) Look forward to hearing back from you! Thanks Alan! p.s. I'm being a bit cheeky here, but genuinely think it's a great idea based off the feedback I've been getting while trying to advertise for you! p.p.s I wish you good health. Things in America and Coronavirus doesn't look great! – From Tom K.
- next post: First, I love the Aeropress! I have had mine for years, so long in fact, the address for the Aeropress is just "Aerobie.com" on the box. I never knew you made those flying toys… amazing transition to a coffee maker. I did find you after a google search. So here is my weird question…I have carpal tunnel fiascos in both of my wrists and because of that I have a hard time making coffee especially in the mornings when my entire arms ache and most of my hand and forearm are numb. I should have never spent years doing pottery, it wrecked my wrists. Anyway, I read your answer to the arthritis question and was hoping that there was another way to press down on the Aeropress. I tried with my chin but that usually makes it unsteady and it falls toward me. Any other suggestions would be wonderful. I miss not having my coffee every morning. Thanks! – From Karla T.