Brewing a deliciously smooth coffee on the Oomph couldn’t be easier. Designed simply to make amazing coffee, the Oomph converts pressure generated by the user into a rich, smooth coffee in under 2 minutes. When finished, the Oomph can be cleaned in as little as 20 seconds.
Brewing with the Oomph couldn’t be simpler. After adding your favourite ground coffee into the inner chamber, pour in hot water and allow to brew. After around 1 minute of brewing on the reusable filter, the device is ready to be pressed.
Whereas a standard piston brewer generates a fixed amount of pressure, the Oomph’s specially designed chamber narrows towards the filter, forcing liquid through the coffee at an accelerated flow rate. The rate of erosion is therefore greatly increased and thanks to the higher level of insolubles in your coffee, you are guaranteed a stronger and more flavoursome brew.
Combining the best features of a traditional press and modern piston brewing, the Oomph’s brewing system has the added advantage of being entirely self-contained, sealing in flavour and getting the very best out of your favourite coffee.
Once you’ve brewed, the Oomph will keep your coffee hot for up to an hour so you can decant into a mug or drink directly from the Oomphs ergonomically designed spout.
Brainchild of engineer and coffee enthusiast, Matthew Deasy, the original prototype was devised in 2009. After many years of refinement and testing, the Oomph Coffee Maker was finally launched as a Kickstarter project in November 2015.
The device went on to become the most successful coffee gadget ever on UK crowdfunding platforms, reaching a huge 234% of its original target. After fulfilling 2,493 crowdfunding orders, the Oomph was launched to the general public in December 2016 and is now making great coffee in kitchens, offices and many other places around the world.
“An all-in-one that actually delivers … makes consistently good coffee with minimal fuss.” – GQ Magazine
More recently, the Oomph has begun to attract media attention around the world, featuring in GQ Magazine’s ‘Best Stuff’ section in the United States and achieving funding on BBC TV show Dragon’s Den.