christinerodgers Senior Member Joined: 30 Jun 2013 Posts: 1 Location: west central Indiana Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Sun Jun 30, 2013, 2:17pm Subject: Cory Filter Rod
Hi. I am new to the site. I acquired a glass Cory filter Rod at an auction last year. Its in perfect condition. I just found out what this was. I was wondering if anyone could tell me exactly what these did in the vacuum pots and possibly how much its really worth.I'm interested in selling it but don't know how much to ask. Online searches haven't helped because prices range from $2.99 all the way to $40+. Any information on its use and value would be greatly appreciated
Posted Sun Jun 30, 2013, 3:47pm Subject: Re: Cory Filter Rod
They went into the top section of a vacuum pot. It allows the water to rise up during the heating/boiling stage, then as the name suggests, during the vacuum stage it worked to allow the coffee to flow back down into the lower section under vacuum while filtering out the grounds.
Hi. I do not believe those glass rods are worth much. I have two of them, and if I lost or broke both I would not lose any sleep about it. Years ago I bought a Cory coffee maker off ebay and I did not pay $40.00 for the whole machine including 2 glass filters.
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