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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Not worth the trouble

Unless you like your coffee very weak( whats the point) I would not recommend these. Tried once with a normal 3/4 cup and got what looked like dirty clearish water. Then tried to stuff it as full as I could and yes, it was a little better but not exactly efficient or practical.