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Posted Sun Jul 15, 2012, 11:25am
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My husband has had his hand-me-down Braun for 8 years now. It still makes great coffee but I'm getting a little worried about all the harmful plastic studies that have come out (I'm a new mom, so lots of things have started to freak me out!) we have a French press, which I really like, but are trying to research new coffee makers to replace the old Braun.

I've been intrigued by the stovetop percolators but want something that he can make quickly in the morning preferably with little tonnonplastic coming in contact with the heated up liquid.

Any suggestions??
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Posted Sun Jul 15, 2012, 11:34am
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MCDance Said:

My husband has had his hand-me-down Braun for 8 years now. It still makes great coffee but I'm getting a little worried about all the harmful plastic studies that have come out (I'm a new mom, so lots of things have started to freak me out!) we have a French press, which I really like, but are trying to research new coffee makers to replace the old Braun.

I've been intrigued by the stovetop percolators but want something that he can make quickly in the morning preferably with little tonnonplastic coming in contact with the heated up liquid.

Any suggestions??
-MC

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Very easy. An 8 cup Chemex, all glass, paper filters.
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