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Fellow Atmos Coffee Bean Vacuum Canister

Fellow Atmos Coffee Bean Vacuum Canister

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The Fellow Atmos Vacuum Canister is your perfect solution to old stale coffee. As soon as you open your bag of coffee the beans are exposed to air and start to oxidise, this is increased dramatically if your coffee is exposed to sunlight and is why the last little bit of your coffee tastes a bit flat and nowhere near as vibrant as when you first opened your bag of coffee.

Built into the lid of the canister is a vacuum pump, simply place your freshly roasted coffee beans into the canister, close the lid and twist back and forth to remove the oxygen and create a vacuum seal. 

Sizing Guide:

Container 0.4L  0.7L 1.2L
170g of coffee 280g of coffee 450g of coffee
Height 9cm 12cm



  • Made from a durable food grade stainless steel coated in textured matte black finish.
  • Green indicator will drop down to let you know when to stop twisting
  • Easy release button in the centre of the lid releases all the air at once (very satisfying)
  • Airtight silicon seal, stops moisture and odours from seeping in.

Please note:
Do not store ground substances, like ground coffee or flour in the Atmos. This may clog the vacuum lid and prevent a proper vacuum seal.
Do not clean in the dishwasher. For best cleaning practices, please refer to the Atmos Safety Instructions.


1x Fellow Atmos Coffee Bean Vacuum Canister 0.4L / 0.7L / 1.2L 



Diameter: Ø 110mm
Bean Capacity: 170g / 280g / 450g


Coated stainless steel, silicon seal, Plastic lid

Brand: Fellow


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    Generally Pour Over and Filter Coffee have a water to coffee ratio of 1:15.
    Although it is important to know that some coffee tastes better at a lower or higher ratio and that numbers are just a guide.


    Depending on a range of different factors your pour over coffee might be really quick and only last 1 minute or can last up to 10 minutes. Most pour overs generally take around 2-4 minutes and consistently long pour overs may be a result of stalling.


    The hotter your water is the higher amount of extraction will occur. Put simply, this is all you need to know but when it comes down to dialling-in your coffee you can change your water temperature to change the flavour of your coffee.

    Water For Coffee 

    The method, technique and overall recipe you use to brew your pour over coffee is known as your 'Brew Method'.
    Depending on how many pours your use, the level of agitation when pouring and the brewing equipment you use will all determin how your coffee will taste.

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