It's hard to beat the French press for fullness of flavor and mouth feel. It's also super simple to use. Just use a coarse grind, use a 1:17 coffee to water ratio (by weight), and pour your hot water directly over your grounds. After 4 minutes, plunge the grounds and pour. Just remember this isn't a coffee dispenser per se, so if you're not going to pour all the coffee out right away you will want to pour it into a separate carafe (sans grounds) right after you plunge.
32oz, 100℅ Stainless steel, spare screen included.
White ceramic pour over, made for size two cone filters, but works with size 4 just fine.
Sometimes I get the question, "what's so great about a pour over? Isn't it just like a drop pot except manual?"
The answer is yes, it's just like a drip pot except manual, except you can control everything about it from water temperature, to length of brew, to making sure all of your ground are contributing to your custom cup of joe. A pour over can be the best coffee you've ever had, but it's only as good as the human brewing it.
But as always, experimenting is half the fun of brewing. Try different grind sizes, coffee to water ratios, and pour rates to dial in your perfect brew.
Shown with size 4 filter.