Our drip filter coffee maker died the other day. History repeated itself, with the switch breaking.
So the next day we went to Loches to buy a new one. To our surprise, there was nothing we liked at a price we liked. So we bought a cafetiere for €6.50.
Our new French press and our Moka coffee maker, from our camping kit.
The object on the left is something I would call a cafetiere. That name reflects my time in the UK because that is what they are called there. In Australia they are called coffee plungers, and I notice that Americans call them French presses. In France they tend to be called cafetières italiennes, or sometimes a cafetière à piston.
The object on the right is what I would have called a Turkish coffee maker, but it turns out it isn't. It's a Moka coffee maker, also known as a cafetière italienne in France.
Both are Italian inventions but in my experience Italians actually use the stovetop Moka pot. Brits and Australians used French presses and northern Europeans used filter coffee machines. But nowadays everybody except us and the Italians uses capsules (and landfill be damned).