Depends how you use them (as with Aeropress and other faddy hand-helds, which deliver a pale imitiation of the high pressure/high temperature steam-driven countertop retail industrial machine).Cafetières and . . . . produce a variant of coffee but not the real thing.
Most folk seem to expect to get decent coffee by exposing the grounds to hot water, and then ramming the plunger home.
Cover the grounds in the cafetiere with hot water to about twice the depth of the dry grounds, leave for 5 to 7 minutes, then use the plunger, and pour the liquid into a cup/mug.
Add milk/sugar aspartame to taste and top up with hot water to the desired full volume gives a quite different and quite palatable brew.