Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Bungee Coffee Plunger

Gravity-Powered Coffee Press
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Throw the cylinder over the edge of a convenient precipice. When it reaches the end of the cord, the plunger pulls the grounds through the hot water. Retrieve the cylinder. Open. Pour. Enjoy.
lingamish, May 17 2007

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       sounds like almost as fun to watch as my mom's old perculator. I recently found it in her kitchen going over her stuff. When I was a kid I spent whole meals fascinated with it.
pashute, Jul 11 2021
  

       I hope the packaging includes a precipice, for times when there isn't one handy.
pocmloc, Jul 12 2021
  

       For those situations where no precipice is handy, you could perhaps repurpose as a swingball / tetherball cafetière.
calum, Jul 12 2021
  

       Bullroarer!
pocmloc, Jul 12 2021
  

       ^ Sound gravity, that. Plus the tether can always be released for that extra kick.
wjt, Jul 17 2021
  

       This is completely sensible.
RayfordSteele, Jul 18 2021
  
      
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