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Bodum Brazil French Press Coffee Maker, 51 Ounce, 1.5 Liter, Black

  • Bodum Brazil French Press Coffee Maker, 51 Ounce, 1.5 Liter, Black
  • Bodum Brazil French Press Coffee Maker, 51 Ounce, 1.5 Liter, Black
  • Bodum Brazil French Press Coffee Maker, 51 Ounce, 1.5 Liter, Black
  • Bodum Brazil French Press Coffee Maker, 51 Ounce, 1.5 Liter, Black
  • Bodum Brazil French Press Coffee Maker, 51 Ounce, 1.5 Liter, Black
  • Bodum Brazil French Press Coffee Maker, 51 Ounce, 1.5 Liter, Black
  • Bodum Brazil French Press Coffee Maker, 51 Ounce, 1.5 Liter, Black
  • Bodum Brazil French Press Coffee Maker, 51 Ounce, 1.5 Liter, Black

Bodum Brazil French Press Coffee Maker, 51 Ounce, 1.5 Liter, Black

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Delivery Time: 15-20 days
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Description
  • Add Coarsely Grounded Coffee. Add Hot Water. Wait 4 Minutes. Plunge.
  • Environmentally friendly: No paper filters or plastic capsules required.
  • Base and handle made of BPA-free polypropylene. Carafe made of German Heat-Resistant Borosilicate Glass. Plunger made of Stainless Steel
  • 34 Ounce Capacity.
  • Dishwasher Safe.
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FragileA bump against the trash can (plastic) caused a crack in the body that rendered the press unusable. I purchased a second one that cracked when hot water was added to the coffee. Run, do not walk away from this product. I have learned my lesson and will purchase a different brand. 1A perfect mini version of the one I have at homeFYI - This 3 cup press makes enough coffee for a single mug. A perfect mini version of the one I have at home. So, fresh coffee every mug, if your into that hassle. 3I feel like it would be unfair to judge this press because ...I feel like it would be unfair to judge this press because I think I may have chosen the wrong item or the wrong size for my needs. But the press itself is well made. I used it for more of its intended purposes and it made an exceptional pot of coffee...But my primary use for this, the reason I decided to buy it, is for making a very strong tea mixture that I then carry to work in a Nalgene and mix with ice and water to drink it all day. I am not really enjoying cleaning this item. I feel like maybe it should be easier to get the bits out of the groove, that is, the gasket part of screen. ALSO I am having trouble with the grounds sloshing up on the side before I add the plunger part so they are never pushed down by the screen and then I have grounds in my tea.If you have any tips to share so this works better, I am all ears!Edit! I'm an idiot. This thing works just fine it was just a bit of a learning curve.To keep the grounds up underneath the screen (away from your drinking vessel) add the water slowly, keep things still, and plunge carefully.To clean it all the screen parts unscrew at the bottom and then you can rinse them very easily piece by piece...then reassemble. No biggie.I have been using this with loose tea and it saves the wasted paper of teabags. I just add more, mix it super strong, then dilute it in a pitcher to keep iced tea ready in the fridge. 5It's glass, stainless steel and plastic. One little plastic piece wearing down makes the whole thing unusable!This french press has a great size perfect for making more coffee for guests and for those especially tiring days. I like the stainless steel components of the screen, and the fact that the cup is glass. The worst part however, is the little plastic piece that assists in holding the screen onto the plunger stick. It seems as though the designers engineering were like "here's this great product, now let's make it annoying as hell by putting one little cheap piece of plastic that will easily break and make the product useless!" The little plastic piece above the screen on the plunger stick wears down with every push of the plunge to a pint where you go to press the coffee and the screen just floats up the plunger stick! This is oh so very annoying, and renders the whole thing useless. FIX THIS DESIGN FLAW NOW! I had my first press for all of 3 weeks before the plastic piece wore down. I exchanged for the same press, and within 2 weeks on the second press the plastic piece stopped doing its job. I am currently trying to jury rig up something with some nuts and washers to try and keep the screen stuck to the bottom of the stick. I shouldn't have to do this if they had just made the thing right to begin with. 3Made me appreciate the coffee taste again.I paid around $16 for this amazing product, and was having a hard time deciding which size. I went with the smallest one as I only drink a cup a day. Thennnn I bought this. I wish I had bought the 32oz, which was on sale for $16 as well. I used to drink French press and then lost mine in a move. I had been drinking drip or kcup coffee for the last year for convenience. My FIRST cup was like eating a home cooked meal after eating MRE s for the last month. I could instantly (and actually) taste the coffee. Within a week, I was making myself two cups every morning, it was too good. Honestly not much of a time difference either. Just throw in a spoonful and some hot water. I enjoy the 4-5 minute anticipation.. that satisfying push on the filter. Then good to go. Please buy this and change your morning to enjoy the cup for a few minutes. 5I was planning to return this but of course like most things I've missed the markThe French press I received is different than the one in the photo. I was planning to return this but of course like most things I've missed the mark. honestly I'll probably end up giving it away because I don't like the way it works. The lid is not the same shape as the one I picked out leaving a gap in addition to being kind of awkward to put it on. I just wish that photos matched what you actually received in the mail. 1Works for meI had one of these little presses for about a year, but it just recently got knocked off the counter and broke, so since I was ordering a new one, I thought I'd take the time leave a review.My previous press worked great for me the whole time I had it. It never showed any signs of wear. I should mention that I always hand washed it. It was the perfect size for me, since I only ever drink one mug at a time. People shouldn't complain about the size when it says how many oz it holds in the description. If you can't read then that's on you, not the product. Anyway, it fills a regular mug with some room for cream.This is a perfectly good French Press if you only want one mug.Works for me. 5Size comparisonI use this to make tea for myself. Ordered 2 sizes.3 cup = smaller than a regular glass, too small.8 cup = about 3 glasses, a bit too big for one person. See my pictures. The tea I made in 2nd picture fills a glass.I'm keeping the 8 cup one, it's well made and color is nice. Wish there's some in between sizes though. 4Makes great tasting coffee compared to a drip coffee machine!I started getting more serious about coffee a couple years ago after drinking only Folgers and Maxwell House (which I still do drink in the mornings before work for convenience and price). I started experimenting with flavors and then got a coffee grinder to grind different types of beans. Having heard that the French Press makes great coffee, I decided to give this a try since Bodum is apparently the biggest brand name in Europe for French Presses. I made 12 ounces this morning a couple of times with the fair trade coffee beans you get from Aldi. The first time, I steeped it for 5 minutes, and the second time I tried steeping it for 7 minutes. I definitely think that the 7 minutes is better for a light-medium roast strength. The flavor is definitely unique compared to a drip coffee machine. It has a richer taste which is probably because of the oils from the coffee beans that remain in the coffee after brewing. In a drip coffee machine, the oils are caught by the filter, so you don't get that aspect of the taste. I'm not sure if I would say that drip coffee machines are so worse than a French Press, but I would say that each has it's own unique flavor.One other note about grinding. For those of you who use the little Hamilton Beach electronic grinder (https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B000FBYRMQ/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1), I filled it with beans up to the 4-cup mark, and ground it on the percolator setting at 4-cups. I then used the the scoop that is included with this French Press and put three scoops of ground coffee into the French Press with 12-ounces (1.5 cups) of water. That seemed to do the trick. If you prefer stronger coffee, you may wish to use more. I like light to medium strength, so this worked perfectly for me. 5Works great & makes a great tasting cup of coffee.Love everything about itThis French press works perfectly for me. I'm a coffee snob and just can't drink the coffee provided at work. I use my press at work, and I'm toying with the idea of buying another to use at home. Coffee made in the press is so delicious.I wanted a small press because I only want to drink one cup. Even if I wanted two cups, I would want to make a fresh second cup. It specifies in the product description that it makes a 12oz cup, and that is accurate. This press is insanely cute and takes up very little space when stores in my desk drawer.The glass is plenty thick and the handle stays on secured. The strainer prevents any grounds from pouring into my cup.Wouldn't change a thing, love this press. 5
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