• Description
  • Specs
  • Method
  • SUPERPOWERS FOR YOUR AEROPRESS

    Meet Prismo, the AeroPress® attachment that unlocks espresso-style coffee when you don't have an espresso machine. Syrupy and full-bodied, Prismo's quick punch of caffeine will save the day…or at least your morning.

    Pressure Actuated Valve - The secret weapon for "pulling a shot" with more pressure. The valve stays sealed until you press down. The valve's small aperture also fits directly over an espresso shot glass.

    No Drip Seal - Ditch the flip. Brew a full immersion without inverting your AeroPress®.

    Reusable Etched Metal Filter - Cut out the middleman. The 150 micron etched fine metal filter stops sludge in its tracks. A paper filter can also be placed on top of the metal filter.

    • Compatibility: Prismo is NOT compatible with the AeroPress® Go or any AeroPress® produced between 2005-2009
    • Materials: Polypropylene (body), silicone (valve), 150 micron etched fine stainless steel (filter)
    • Dimensions: 70mm (2.75in) diameter, 25mm (1in) tall
    • Reusable 150 micron etched fine stainless steel filter included
    • AeroPress® Coffee Maker NOT included
  • FELLOW Prismo - User Manual

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Customer Reviews

Based on 38 reviews
82%
(31)
11%
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Oliver R. (Vancouver, CA)
Inverted method...never again

Must have for a better AP experience. No reason to ever to inverted method ever again to avoid dripping. This is stable, and basically guarantees no accidents from going inverted and you can work on getting a proper flat coffee bed for more even flow when pressing. I prefer paper filters, so paper goes on top of the metal disk each time.

G
Graham (Calgary, CA)
Take your aeropress to the next level

I always thought I wasn't getting the most out of my aeropress go. It would always leak water as I waited for it to steep before plunging and now that problem is solved with the fellow prismo. I've only tried it a couple of times but i must say that there is a huge difference and it definitely takes my aeropress to the next level!
I use the aeropress go because its easy to take camping and the prismos metal filter will make that even easier. No more messing around with the paper filters, or forgetting them altogether. Note that you can add the paper filter if you want to!

C
C.L.L. (Ottawa, CA)
Easier to control brews

I usually use this instead of doing the inverted method and it lets me not have to worry about accidentally spilling my coffee while brewing in the morning. Great little addition to anyone's aeropress kit

B
Brad W. (London, CA)
Great addition to aeropress

Pretty nice piece of kit. The prismo has been a permanent replacement on my aeropress. I like the pressure it adds to brewing and also it keeps your coffee from dripping before all of the grounds are saturated. I feel like this has made brewing a lot more controlled and thus a better brew!

R
Riley M. (Winnipeg, CA)
I'm taking a break from my espresso machine

This won't make "proper" espresso, but it makes something pretty darn close. If you follow Fellow's instructions, what you'll get is a small, strong coffee made under some amount of pressure — and unlike many home espresso machines, you can use light roast with it and not get something sour and horrible. It's not as textured or foamy as normal espresso, but it's a short, tasty beverage that's a breeze to make in the morning. I haven't touched my espresso machine since I got a Prismo.

The instructions are simple and using it is great, for the most part. There are two things to be aware of:

- cleaning it properly (with soap and water) takes a little extra time, and you're supposed to clean it after every use to prevent clogging. It's more work than "pop out coffee and rinse it off" like the usual Aeropress hardware, but less work than cleaning an espresso machine.

- it's a VERY tight fit, so attaching it can be a challenge. You can use water to get around this — it goes on way easier if you wet either the rubber part of the filter or the bottom of the Aeropress first.

Customer Reviews

Based on 38 reviews
82%
(31)
11%
(4)
8%
(3)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
O
Oliver R. (Vancouver, CA)
Inverted method...never again

Must have for a better AP experience. No reason to ever to inverted method ever again to avoid dripping. This is stable, and basically guarantees no accidents from going inverted and you can work on getting a proper flat coffee bed for more even flow when pressing. I prefer paper filters, so paper goes on top of the metal disk each time.

G
Graham (Calgary, CA)
Take your aeropress to the next level

I always thought I wasn't getting the most out of my aeropress go. It would always leak water as I waited for it to steep before plunging and now that problem is solved with the fellow prismo. I've only tried it a couple of times but i must say that there is a huge difference and it definitely takes my aeropress to the next level!
I use the aeropress go because its easy to take camping and the prismos metal filter will make that even easier. No more messing around with the paper filters, or forgetting them altogether. Note that you can add the paper filter if you want to!

C
C.L.L. (Ottawa, CA)
Easier to control brews

I usually use this instead of doing the inverted method and it lets me not have to worry about accidentally spilling my coffee while brewing in the morning. Great little addition to anyone's aeropress kit

B
Brad W. (London, CA)
Great addition to aeropress

Pretty nice piece of kit. The prismo has been a permanent replacement on my aeropress. I like the pressure it adds to brewing and also it keeps your coffee from dripping before all of the grounds are saturated. I feel like this has made brewing a lot more controlled and thus a better brew!

R
Riley M. (Winnipeg, CA)
I'm taking a break from my espresso machine

This won't make "proper" espresso, but it makes something pretty darn close. If you follow Fellow's instructions, what you'll get is a small, strong coffee made under some amount of pressure — and unlike many home espresso machines, you can use light roast with it and not get something sour and horrible. It's not as textured or foamy as normal espresso, but it's a short, tasty beverage that's a breeze to make in the morning. I haven't touched my espresso machine since I got a Prismo.

The instructions are simple and using it is great, for the most part. There are two things to be aware of:

- cleaning it properly (with soap and water) takes a little extra time, and you're supposed to clean it after every use to prevent clogging. It's more work than "pop out coffee and rinse it off" like the usual Aeropress hardware, but less work than cleaning an espresso machine.

- it's a VERY tight fit, so attaching it can be a challenge. You can use water to get around this — it goes on way easier if you wet either the rubber part of the filter or the bottom of the Aeropress first.