Spending $460 on an espresso machine might seem indulgent. Hell, it is indulgent. But think of how much Starbucks charges for espresso, and you can start to see why it could make sense. This deal is more than $100 less than the current Amazon price, and roughly a match for the best deal we’ve seen.
If you can’t start your day without a morning cup of coffee, but you’re still using an electric drip coffee maker, or even a Keurig, you might want to try out a flavor-extracting french press. This 4.2 star-rated Bodum Chambord is one of the most popular models on the market, and it’s within a few cents of its lowest…
At its all-time-low price, this highly-rated Breville Nepresso Creatista Plus is just $330 today, down from its usual $400+. Shane tried it out and loved it.
You could spend a lot of money to buy a 40 pound behemoth that made slightly better coffee, sure, but if Nespresso is good enough for Boris Diaw, it’s probably good enough for you.
If you want to grind your own coffee beans at home (and you really should if you want the best flavor), you could do a lot worse than the Cuisinart DBM-8. It’s affordable, it’s dead simple to use, it includes 18 coarseness settings, and it looks great.
If you don’t love espresso more than life itself, you can go ahead and leave this post. I recommend looking at the funniest wildlife photos of 2017; it’s a better use of your time.
Cold brew coffee is basically the only kind of coffee I like, and when there wasn’t a Starbucks readily available, I’d been using the popular Takeya cold brew pitcher for over a year to make it at home. That all changed when my mother-in-law got me OXO’s alternative as an early Christmas gift to help me through a…
This beautiful and functional Bodum pour-over coffee maker is marked down to just $17, the cheapest it’s been since October, and an $8 discount from its usual price. This 34-ounce model will make about eight smaller cups of coffee, and has a nice-looking cork collar so you won’t burn your fingers.
Update: Back in stock, if you hurry!
Making a coffee/espresso hybrid drink, this Bialetti Moka stovetop espresso maker is one of Lifehacker’s favorite ways to make coffee. This thing was invented in the 1930s, but their method hasn’t needed an update - Amazon reviewers have awarded this a 4.4-star rating and almost 7,000 Amazon reviews.
Bodum’s pour-over coffee maker is as beautiful as it is functional, and Amazon’s marked down the cork version to $17 today, the best price ever. We’ve seen better deals on the model with the black sleeve, but you have to admit the cork one looks really cool. I expect to see all of you posting Sunday morning Instagrams…
Update 2: Sold out
If you’ve consumed so much coffee in your life that you’re now desensitized to the caffeine (hi), Insomnia Coffee might be the solution best option other than getting more sleep.
Update: Both of these deals are back in stock, if you missed them on Friday.
Ninja’s high-end single-serve coffee maker has all the bells and whistles you could want in a coffee machine, and you can pick one up for $78 on Amazon right now, the best price we’ve ever seen.
Update: This went up to $80 shortly after we posted it, sorry!
If you want to grind your own coffee beans at home, you could do a lot worse than the Cuisinart DBM-8. It’s affordable, it’s dead simple to use, it includes 18 coarseness settings, and it looks great.
I know Keurig coffee isn’t the best coffee, but there’s no denying it’s convenient, and with deals like this, it makes it easy to try a lot of different blends. While they last, get 40 K-cups with no duplicates for $20 when you use Subscribe & Save (you can always cancel) and clip the 15% coupon on the page.
MYMUG is the latest stop on the road to coffee vessel perfection, and you can save by preordering.
Bodum’s pour-over coffee maker is as beautiful as it is functional, and Amazon’s marked it down to $14 today, the best price they’ve ever listed on the 34 ounce model. Hopefully, you take your coffee makers like you take your coffee: Black. Because that’s the only color on sale today.