ÖVERST Metal coffee filter, stainless steel
ÖVERST Metal coffee filter, stainless steel
ÖVERST Metal coffee filter, stainless steel
ÖVERST Metal coffee filter, stainless steel
ÖVERST Metal coffee filter, stainless steel
ÖVERST Metal coffee filter, stainless steel
ÖVERST Metal coffee filter, stainless steel
ÖVERST Metal coffee filter, stainless steel
ÖVERST Metal coffee filter, stainless steel
ÖVERST Metal coffee filter, stainless steel
ÖVERST Metal coffee filter, stainless steel
ÖVERST Metal coffee filter, stainless steel
Article Number903.602.34

Product details

The reusable steel filter has small holes that let oils pass through and gives the coffee a richer character.You can place the filter on a glass, mug, cup, vacuum flask, or carafe.The filter is easy to clean since it consists of three parts that can be separated.Wash this product before using it for the first time.Designer

Nike Karlsson

  • Stainless steel
    Dishwasher-safe.
  • ÖVERSTMetal coffee filterArticle Number:903.602.34
    Width: 5 ¼ "Height: 5 "Length: 5 ¼ "Weight: 8 ozPackage(s): 1

Reviews

3.7(54)
Disappointed...YASUKOEasy to clean, but coffee doesn’t taste good.1
I love itJudithe29I got this one for my loose leave tea and for brewing coffee as well I’m very happy with the product5
3 Parts for easy cleaning!Thirteen13Daily use for several months & LOVE how fine the filtering part is as well as 3 parts for easy cleaning! Bought 2 more for my sisters!5
Metal kitchen filterBarbaraInTexasI saw one of these on a tube video. The person was making homemade almond milk and used this as his final strain after the nut bag strain. Works great and easy to clean.5
Perfect in it"s simplicity.Su1bunskiSo, our coffee maker died, but with this simple, easy to clean filter we may never need to replace that appliance. We can use it camping too!5
Good productMaple2316Love it, it is a good option to replace my ceramic one, good design and easier to clean, thanks.5
It does its jobCloudeeIf you're making a whole pot of coffee it works GREAT as there is enough ground coffee in the filter. However, if you're just putting in enough coffee for one cup, it runs through too fast and the coffee tastes very watery. Not sure if that's because of the large funnel opening at the bottom or the holes in the filter itself are too big. A really great feature is that you can take it apart and use it as a funnel, too. I wouldn't buy this again.3
HorribleJonnyGoGoI have used many metal filters before an none have been as free flowing as this one is. Your drinking grinds and a liquid that’s brown water.1
Good for coarsely-ground coffeeMGeeeThis filter is good for coarsely-ground coffee. Finely-ground does not work as well...you'll end with a pot/cup of mud.4
This is genius!HeatherKinPDXI bought this because I liked that you could use it to make pour over to put into a thermos without having to worry about spilling. It works soooooo well! I might have to add one to my car camping kit too.5
Great price and easy to travelRickyPLove this pour over. Comes apart for easy packing and travel. And the price is great?5
Great for oilWill DWe use it to strain frying oil. Fine mesh catches debris and avoids over cooking and burning them.5
Not worth the low costCoffee barista1Wanted to like it, unbelievably cheap at under $10. But suffers from some design flaws mainly the bottom funnel is not a uniform design but in two pieces that causes liquid to leak out onto the saucer. If they fix that I’d buy again.2
Not quite what I wantedMarikel87This would perhaps work with very coarsely ground coffee, but the coffee I used left a significant amount of sludge at the bottom of my mug.3
Not my favoriteCoffeebearWe make a variety of coffee (French Press, stove espresso, Melita, aeropress). I was excited to try this reusable filter to take the place of my other Melita paper filter. I was so disappointed.. the mesh has too big of holes for the type of ground coffee that needs to be used for a maker like this.1
Filters far too quicklyNotguudA waste of money and coffee. Filters too fast to brew coffee. The filter is not fine enough. This is going back to Ikea.1
Liquid runs right throughIkeaShopper1963Tried to make coffee in it, and everything runs right through without filtering.1
Good price, too coarseLizardnoisesIt's very convenient and well-priced, but after a couple pour overs at different grinds, it's pretty clear that the mesh is too coarse to properly extract the coffee. Water pours right through and drains in seconds.2
Great Pour Over Coffee!CEDUWe weren't sure about pour over coffee, but we wanted to try it and this is a great option.5
FailJax7701I've been making coffee with cones for more than 20 years, so I was happy to find this one that eliminated paper filters. However, with fine espresso grinds it doesn't work, the grinds go right through the metal filter. It doesn't work particularly well with a #2 paper filter, either, the water still rushes through too fast due to the design. If you use a very course grind it may meet your needs.2
ÖVERST Metal coffee filter, stainless steel

A better everyday one cup at a time

Have you had coffee or tea today? Statistically, you most likely have. In fact, these hot brews are the most consumed beverages in the world next after water. They’re a part of life that can give a silver lining to any moment. That’s why we decided to update our selection of products to make that perfect cup – from the tea infuser and the kettle to the milk frother.

Malin Ljungström, who was involved in developing the range, shares her insights. “To many, the smell of coffee and tea means well-being and a homey feeling. Since we want to improve people’s everyday, we’re offering products that make it possible for more to experience more feelgood moments at home.”

Developing things that make a difference

Malin and her colleagues dug deep into coffee and tea cultures to find out what tools people feel they can’t live without. They talked to specialists and investigated living, eating and drinking habits. “We wanted to develop items that make a difference, so we’ve focused on a few, but carefully selected products,” she states. The team cooperated with IKEA Test Lab in Älmhult, Sweden. It’s an IKEA version of a James Bond lab where prototypes are inspected and evaluated. “A couple of the things we checked were that the thermoses can keep fluids really warm for a long time. And that the glass mugs and glass pots are durable and comfortable, even though they look and feel light and airy,” says Malin.

For all tastes and different wallets

No matter how you enjoy your cup, you’ll find the things that put an extra flavor to your drink in the range. Another good thing is that there’s something for all wallets. “It’s one of our contributions to a better life at home. A way to improve people’s everyday one cup at a time,” concludes Malin.

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Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

"We`ve always been interested in coffee and tea and we got to be really nerdy during this assignment. We wanted to make generous, functional and true products that focus on the drink. A kitchen full of gadgets doesn`t make it easier to get the right taste- instead we focused on a few things with really good quality. With these products you can make the perfect cup - and enjoy good coffee and tea whenever you like"

Designer Mikael Axelsson and Nike Karlsson

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Metal coffee filter, stainless steel

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ÖVERST Metal coffee filter, stainless steel

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$12.99