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15 reviews | 4.2 out of 5
I have a 10 cup Bunn Coffee Maker. These larger filters are exactly what I need since I prefer strong coffee, thus, I add 5 heaping scoops of coffee grounds per 10 cups of brewed coffee. Perfect filters for my needs since the shorter filters overflow due to the faster brewing process of the Bunn Coffee Maker!
if you have a 12 cup Bunn, you must have these bigger filters... good price also.
I tried using "regular" size filters with my Bunn coffee maker. I was always getting grounds in the coffee. After getting the Bunn brand coffee filters which are slightly higher than regular ones, my coffee is awesome! Very little to no grounds! It's a great deal from walmart.com this should set me up for almost a year for under 10.00! Also I got great customer service and fast shipping right to my house!
These filters work okay in the Bunn 10-12 cup coffee maker. It would be much better if you could buy the regular filters instead of the commercial size.
good quailty filters
i bought the filters for my 12 cup coffee pot,but they are way too big.what do you do with a whole box of coffee filters you cant use?
Might work fine for Bunn Machine, but won't work for 12 cup coffee brew machines. Total waste of money, will not work on my 12 cup.
I have a Bunn 12 cup coffee maker and I have tried about a dozen stores in the Dallas area and been unable to find a big enough filter to prevent the coffee grinds from spilling over when its brewing. Finally on Walmart.com I have my solution!
These are for the commercial Bunn VPR/VPS Series and similar units that require a large/deep filter because of the increased water flow. They fit perfectly and our coffee tastes great! I would advise buying the 1,000 count instead of this 250 count because they cost about half as much. I ordered the small box to be sure they would fit, and they do.
Perfect for bunn
Walmart are the best
This filter fits my West Bend coffee maker. Just fold the filter twice, half and then a quarter. Then cut a 1/4 inch slit at the tip of the filter with scissors. This opening would fit over the stem of the basket that holds the coffee grinds. This filter will not fit a 12-cup home coffee maker, because it bigger than the ordinary 12 cup filter.
Be ware - these are commercial size, not for your home coffee pot. I didn't read the description.