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This is a discussion on Permanent Coffee Filter within the Coffee and Espresso Machines forums, part of the Coffee Addicts category; Hello everyone, I am looking to buy a permanent coffee filter with a top diameter in the 5-5.5" range. All the permanent coffee filters I ...

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    Permanent Coffee Filter

    Hello everyone,

    I am looking to buy a permanent coffee filter with a top diameter in the 5-5.5" range. All the permanent coffee filters I have found so far are around 4.5" in diameter, which from what I gather is the size you need for a standard 8-12 cup coffee maker.

    Do they make larger sizes? If so, where can I find them?

    Thanks in advance.

    P.S. In case you're wondering, I'm not going to be using this coffee filter to make coffee. I need it to fit a 5" container in order to use it to filter homemade soymilk.

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    ii was in the same boat, have a older mr.coffee that takes a weird size filter, even on mr.coffee site they didnt offer a gold tone filter.

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    It's not cheap but perhaps the Kone filter by Able Brewing would work for you? It is designed to work in a Chemex. I couldn't find any specs but I'm sure if you emailed them they would be happy to send you the top diameter.

    I can't post a link yet but just look for it at ablebrewing [dot] com

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    Quote Originally Posted by EspressoErb View Post
    It's not cheap but perhaps the Kone filter by Able Brewing would work for you? It is designed to work in a Chemex. I couldn't find any specs but I'm sure if you emailed them they would be happy to send you the top diameter.

    I can't post a link yet but just look for it at ablebrewing [dot] com
    Thanks for the suggestion EspressoErb. Unfortunately $125 (!) is out of my price range.

    I will keep looking...

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    Just for the record, and to prevent sudden heart attacks, the $125 Able Kone is coated in 18K gold! The stainless version is still a pricey but approachable $60.

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    Hello,

    Kenco vending is an expert in coffee vending machine since last fifteen years. You can contact them by phone or email with your complete requirements you will definitely get your problem resolved.

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