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    Industrial Pour Over Coffee Stand

    Hello Everyone,

    I am new here but wanted to share with everyone my new Industrial Pour Over Coffee Stand. I made it for myself and loved how it turned out so I decided to try and sell a few on my Etsy page. Let me know what you think.

    Cheers,

    Andrew


    https://www.etsy.com/listing/248039225/pour-over-coffee-maker-industrial-pipe?ref=shop_home_active_1

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    Very clever, Andrew!

    Note: That's clever not CleverŪ...just sayin'.

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    Thanks for the reply. I'm a clever guy.

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    Very steampunky design. What is the cone made out of? Glass or synthetic?

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    Thanks JumpinJakJava the cone is made out of glass.

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    My first thought is regarding cleanability of the fittings. Not sure if I'd want my coffee dripping through a gas pipe fitting. Though, it looks pretty awesome.

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    I am looking to buy a pour over soon. Andrewk It looks like there is a glass tube in the spout but I have to ask anyway, Does any part of the coffee come in contact with solder when it passes through the spout? Also, Does it really need to be clear coated? Cast iron is so durable by itself.

    Wow, I love that minimalist look!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sara View Post
    I am looking to buy a pour over soon. Andrewk It looks like there is a glass tube in the spout but I have to ask anyway, Does any part of the coffee come in contact with solder when it passes through the spout? Also, Does it really need to be clear coated? Cast iron is so durable by itself.

    Wow, I love that minimalist look!
    The glass funnel extends right through the metal pipe, you can just see it sticking out the bottom, so no coffee would ever touch the metal. The only reason that I clear coated it is because the iron would rust very quickly if you every spilled water on it, the clear coat just preserves the finish but it wouldn't be required.

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    You have a nice selection of plumbing pipe accessories. I like the double toilet paper holder...very cool!

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    it is interesting looking and concept as a novelty item.
    however, $66.28 plus shipping from Canada to Los Angeles or anywhere in USA?

    also, I found exactly same looking pour over made out of pipe. Below is how to make it video. by the way, is that you, Andrew ... in Youtube?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nev4wcZ_fTg

    And some more interesting pour over devices.

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