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Posted Mon Dec 10, 2012, 7:55pm
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yakster Said:

I've tried the three different sizes of the Able Brewing Disk metal filters with the Aeropress, the original 010 size, the second 008 size, and finally the FINE Disk.

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I've never heard of the original one Chris?, just the standard & fine disks by Able Brewing Equipment.

From what I just Googled, but I had read a month or more ago maybe the .010" one is by Coava?

 
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Posted Tue Dec 11, 2012, 6:00pm
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Yes, the .010" size was the original size made before the product line was split out from Coava to Able.

 
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Posted Mon Dec 17, 2012, 10:15am
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I picked one up and have used it for several days now. I'm using basically the same dose, grind and water temp as I use for my pour over drip. I'm very satisfied with my results so far and can experiment from here. I think it is a great product for a very reasonable price.
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