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Even then you're still wasting paper. I've been using a french press for years, and the only thing I throw away are coffee grounds.
Boil water in a pot, pour in over grounds, stir and let sit for 2 minutes, then press and pour. There is a metal mesh screen that filters out the grounds when you press it, and you get a much richer flavor from the coffee than either a Keurig or a traditional coffee maker.
I bought this one: [link]
But, it was much less expensive when I bought it. At the end of the day, most of them are just a carafe with some sort of movable filter/press. The cheap ones probably work just as well.
For just $32.20 you can get him a shiny stainless steel Bodum Chambord 8 Cup French Press on Amazon.