COSORI’s glass pour over coffee maker with wood accents drops to $26 + more from $13.50 – 9to5Toys

Amazon is now offering the COSORI Pour Over Coffee Maker for $25.88 shipped. Carrying a $34 regular price direct, it typically sells on Amazon for around $30 and is now at the lowest price we can find. This is also within cents of the Amazon all-time low. An affordable way to introduce some delicious pour-over to your coffee routine, this one features a double layer filter made of stainless steel alongside a heat-resistant borosilicate glass decanter with wooden accents. The 34-ounce capacity can carry four 8-ounce cups of coffee with a completely BPA-free design and a solid 4+ star rating from over 2,200 Amazon customers in tow. More details below. 
If you can do with a smaller capacity model, there are savings to be had. This highly-rated Bodum Pour Over Coffee Maker comes in at $15 Prime shipped and carries stellar reviews from thousands at Amazon. It drops the capacity down to 17-ounces but includes a similar feature set otherwise with a nice cork-style band, and more. 
Kitchen deals don’t stop there though. We also have offers on high-end Vitamix blenders, this discount on Insignia’s highly-rated steel 5-quart digital air fryer, the Cuisinart Cordless EvolutionX Hand Blender, and Ninja’s Foodi 9-in-1 Multi-Cooker Air Fryer combo. Just make sure you check these deals on this live edge 40-inch coffee table to your living room and this steel 3-tier rolling cart at $20 Prime shipped
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Justin is a senior deal Jedi over at 9to5Toys where he heads up our game/app coverage and more. He also covers all things music for 9to5Mac, including the weekly Logic Pros series exploring music production on Mac and iOS devices