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Thread: Atmos Cold Drip on Indiegogo

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    Atmos Cold Drip on Indiegogo

    Hi All,

    Some friends of mine have launched a new home cold drip system on Indiegogo, which I thought some on here might be interested in - I notice there's now a sticky dedicated to cold brew!

    Atmos Coffee

    While only small batches can be done (~250ml or 8.5fl oz) you don't need to constantly adjust the water rate as the grind size automatically does this for you through an air lock. You literally just fill it with coffee, attach the bottles and flip it, then wait. The air lock also means the coffee isn't exposed to the air during the process, which helps it from going stale.

    Anyway, if you're keen sign up - It's a fixed goal so no items will be shipped unless it reaches it's target. It also means you get your money back if it doesn't reach the target.

    Disclaimer While I know the people launching this product, I am not making anything from talking about it. I want to get it funded for two reasons - 1) to support my friends and 2) So that the goal is met and I can get one. Just felt I should put that out there as I haven't been around this forum for a while.

    Anyway, hope some of you like it enough to get behind it.

    Cheers

    Dan
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    ooo i like the industrial look of it, simplistic

    tempting, but what am I going to do with all my other cold brew paraphernalia
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    It's not cheap! Even at the early bird price it's more expensive than the Cold Bruer and the Brew Over and only makes 250ml at a time. It'd want to produce the goods!
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    Quote Originally Posted by level3ninja View Post
    It's not cheap! Even at the early bird price it's more expensive than the Cold Bruer and the Brew Over and only makes 250ml at a time. It'd want to produce the goods!
    That is true, however it has only 4 parts, and the main brew chamber is designed to last longer than us!

    The main appeal for me is the simplicity - once i have my grind right it takes all of 1 minute to grind, tamp and assemble, so doing it every day isn't too big a deal.

    It may also be small enough to fit in the fridge, which may appeal to some.

    It is also delicious

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    Does it come with lids for the bottles? I would have thought it would be handy to seal the bottle when full before putting it in the fridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir_Stinkalot View Post
    Does it come with lids for the bottles? I would have thought it would be handy to seal the bottle when full before putting it in the fridge.
    Yes it does. Apparently they're not shown as they are still being finalised.

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    They have a Black Friday sale with free shipping. Saves you $33US in shipping fees.

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    Another day, another "innovative" coffee maker.

    Amazing new products seem to have a very short life in the coffee industry.

    Yep I'm a cynic, I've seen more than a few of these gimmicks bite the dust over the years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yelta View Post
    Another day, another "innovative" coffee maker.

    Amazing new products seem to have a very short life in the coffee industry.

    Yep I'm a cynic, I've seen more than a few of these gimmicks bite the dust over the years.
    Really? What about the aeropress? Or the Bruer? Or the wacaco products? Having tasted the cold drip it produces, I can assure you it's no gimmick.

    Anyways, they still need support to reach their goal. They have some reviews from a few websites, so if you're not sure have a read
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    So many people love the process and routine of food prep, including coffee. I don't. I just want the end product. That's why I currently only use plunger for hot and immersion (not pour-over immersion, dunk the coffee behind filter in water style) for cold brew. I've been eyeing the Bruer for a simple and not stupidly expensive cold-drip system (but I've heard a few complaints, especially the amount of coffee required each time). This looks even simpler, less that can go wrong.

    I generally only want it on weekends so the small capacities should be fine for me. Glad I decided to do a rare visit to these forums.
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    Behmor Brazen - $249 - Free Freight
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