A modular coffee brewer. Use Evolve 3.0 to make coffee as a stovetop brewer, as a pour over brewer or as a French press, thanks to its three reusable stainless steel filters. The 500ml jug has double-walled insulation to keep coffee hot.
A rugged and portable K-Cup-compatible coffeemaker. Its chassis is crushproof, dustproof, rustproof and water-resistant, while its removable 2.5L tank is spillproof. It also has a separate hot water dispenser.
Wacaco’s Minipresso is a compact, portable and hand-powered espresso machine. Its scoop and cup are integrated in the machine. It makes 2.35oz. of coffee by default, but Wacaco will also release an optional 4.6oz. water tank.
The Barisieur is Joshua Renouf’s concept for a coffee lover’s alarm clock. When the alarm goes off, an electric heater and stainless steel balls boil the water, which will then drip onto coffee grounds. Why does this not exist already?
Will someone buy Espresso Veloce’s insanely large coffee machine made of titanium and magnesium, in a limited edition of 500, with oil filter-shaped coffee filters, exhaust brew drip tubes and matching cups? We think so.
It may not make real espresso, but the Bialetti Mini Express 2-Cup Stove Percolator is a cheap way to enjoy hot brewed coffee. It works with any heat source, so you can even use it outdoors.
Yotam Cohen’s concept for a coffeemaker somehow manages to look elegant and polished despite looking like it was cobbled together from spare parts. The cup rack on the lid is a nice touch.
Enjoy a cup of brewed coffee even if you’re hundreds of miles away from civilization with Coleman’s propane-powered coffeemaker. It works just like the one you have at home too.
Espresso Solo is a concrete-encased Lavazza espresso maker from Israeli design student Schmuel Linski. Coffee beans are poured into the top part; water is poured into the drawer in back.
If you’re a serious espresso connoisseur, the Mirage Veloce could make the ultimate cup. Each one of these formidable, industrial-strength coffee makers is custom made, and brews only the best.
Illy’s Francis Francis Y1 makes it so simple to make espresso – just insert a coffee capsule, press the button, and enjoy. Extraction takes place entirely inside the capsule which makes for easy clean up.
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