This product was mentioned in
with an average of
gotcha. I will do pour over, espresso, drip, or french press based on mood (and number of people). Sadly since I got a phat drip coffee maker it has been exposing the flaws in my beans.
Really happy with this. Simple and works great.
Second what /u/oleander725 said. The /r/coffee wiki has a gear by price section that lists the three SCAA certified drip machines. The 2 that pop up here the most are the
Bonavita BV1800 8 Cup Cofffee Maker
Technivorm Moccamaster KB-741
There's also the Lance Larkin BE 112 Brew Express
Buy a Bonavita. They're expensive, sure, but they look like a standard coffee maker and they'll make pour-over standard cups. They're excellent, and they won't intimidate the unitinitaed among you.
I think you'll be giving up taste for convenience. A link to the Bonavita already mentioned by /u/unix04 --here-- and the other machine I have seen mentioned in this sub is the Technivorm.