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chemex 8 cup

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Invented in 1941 by German chemist, Peter Schlumbohm, the Chemex is still regarded as one of the world's best coffee makers. The beaker is easy to keep clean (dirty brewers make coffee bitter), and there are no parts to absorb rancid coffee oils. The special formulation of the heavy paper filters results in a slower brew and richer, sediment-free cup of coffee.

In the permanent collections of MoMA and the Smithsonian. Made of borosilicate (lab) glass in Brazil; holds 40 oz.

Lid, filters, and electric range grid are sold separately.

Dimensions: 9.5" H; 6.25" Diam.