AeroPress Filling Funnel

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Price: £3.95 (inc Vat)
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Brand: Aeropress
MPN: APFUNN
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
WEIGHT: 0.053kg

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Description:

Used to funnel coffee directly into the AeroPress coffee maker, minimising spilt coffee grinds.

About Aeropress
The Aeropress is manufactured by American company Aerobie Inc. Aerobie is owned by Stanford engineering instructor Alan Adler who invented the groundbreaking Aerobie flying ring. His Aerobie Pro flying ring was used to set a Guinness World Record for the farthest throw when it was thrown an incredible 1,333 feet (406 meters).
The Aeropress is Alan's latest invention. Created in 2005 after years of work designing the perfect way to manually extract coffee it is now an international best seller.


Returns Information:
You have a legal right to change your mind about a purchase within 14 working days of receiving it - this is called your 'Right to Cancel'. So if you decide you don't want this item return it to us and we will refund you your purchase price. Please note that if you have used the item, damaged the packaging etc we will not be able to sell it for its full price - so we will offer you a fair price for it.
If the item is faulty and less than a year old we will take it back and repair or refund it. If it is over a year old we will give you the manufacturers details.
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AeroPress Filling Funnel

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