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1. Zojirushi EC-BD15 Fresh Brew Thermal
list($164.99)
2. Zojirushi CD-DEC30 Deluxe 3.18-Quart
$129.00 list($189.99)
3. Zojirushi CD-DEC50 Deluxe 5.29-Quart

1. Zojirushi EC-BD15 Fresh Brew Thermal Carafe Coffee Maker
list price: $99.99
our price: $68.95
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000X7CMQ
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Zojirushi
Sales Rank: 65
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Lots of folks dislike the burnt flavor that coffee gets when it sits in a glass pot over a heating element. To avoid this, coffee shops often brew right into large thermal pots to keep the coffee warm without it becoming overcooked. The Zojirushi Fresh Brew does that, too, but in home-sized batches. It looks great, too, with a glossy black body and stainless steel carafe and brew basket.

To brew, lift the lid and swing the water outlet spout to one side while the filter is being loaded; the spout will return to its proper position when the lid is closed. A small red ball in the water gauge makes it extra simple to read. And an electronic clock module also serves as a timer that will start the brewer at a specified time. The carafe's lid is designed to be on during brewing, with a small cap to help keep the heat in after it's ready. The Fresh Brew also has a pause-and-serve function that stops the flow for 30 seconds while a cup of coffee is served.

To clean the brewer unit, use a solution of white vinegar and water, following the instructions in the accompanying booklet. The unit is not immersible. The exterior can be wiped with a damp soft rag; do not use abrasives or scouring pads. The filter reservoir is removable; clean with warm soapy water and rinse thoroughly. The coffee brewer measures 15 by 12 by 9 inches (includes carafe handle when unit is completely assembled), and it uses #3 cone-shaped disposable paper filters. The Fresh Brew comes with a detailed instruction booklet. Zojirushi guarantees its products with a one-year limited warranty. --Garland Withers ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 15 by 12 by 9 inches; 1-year warranty
  • Stylish automatic coffee brewer with 1.5-liter thermal carafe
  • Stainless-steel carafe keeps coffee hot for hours
  • 1025 watts; electronic clock/timer with preset function; auto shut-off for safety
  • Clever brew-and-serve lid design; easy-to-read water gauge

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
This makes very good coffee and keeps it hot for several hours. A quality product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Coffee Maker
The design of the carafe on this maker is good; the mouth is a bit wider than most, but you will still need a bottle brush to really clean it. There is even a secondary carafe lid to prevent air from entering the carafe after you have brewed a pot.

I bought mine at Costco for less than Amazon, and the latest revision of this model (Model EC-BD15BA) states that you can use the readily available #4 cone filters. I think Zojirushi realized that #4 filters are easily found for the American market.

The unit is easy to program for timed brewing, and the water level indicator is easy to read.

5-0 out of 5 stars Another quality Zoji product - just what I was looking for!
I was looking for a coffee maker with a large capacity, unbreakable carafe, auto-shut-off, pause-and-serve, and a programmable timer. I found everything I wanted
with this Zoji.

It has a stylish, brushed stainless carafe that stays cool to the touch and has no breakable glass liner like some carafes have. The base has an easy to read water-level display, with markings up to 10 cups, but it has a larger capacity than my old 10 cup Braun. It also has a cute little elephant on it!

The 1.5 liters works out to approx. 51 ounces, or just over 6 (8-ounce) cups. My old "10 cup" coffee maker held about 5 8-ounce cups. I never have quite figured out what counts as a "cup" in coffee terms, but it seems to vary between 4 and 6 ounces.

This is a pretty tall (15 inches) coffee maker, and you have to lift the lid to add the coffee and the water. Since steam comes out of the top, I pull it out from under the cabinet when it's running. If you have shallow counters, this could be a little tricky.

The only down side, in my opinion, is that it uses the hard-to-find #3 filters. I've gotten around it by cutting about 1 inch off the top of my #4s. I also had a little trouble getting the lid off the carafe when I screwed it on too tight - I had to put a towel over it to get a good grip. Those minor details aren't enough to cost it a star, though.

I'm not sure how long coffee stays hot in this carafe, because we drink so much coffee around here it doesn't stay in there very long. I did sleep in one morning, though, and the coffee that was automatically made at 6:15 was still hot at 7:30.

Overall, I am extremely happy with this coffee maker. I have hot coffee ready for me whenever I get up in the morning, and I never have to wonder whether I forgot to shut it off when I leave the house. ... Read more


2. Zojirushi CD-DEC30 Deluxe 3.18-Quart Micom Electric Dispensing Pot
list price: $164.99
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Asin: B00004S571
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Zojirushi
Sales Rank: 65235
Average Customer Review: 4.78 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Place this unit on a counter, table, or desktop to boil and dechlorinate 3 quarts of tap water and keep it hot for coffee and tea, or warm for baby formula. A 360-degree swivel base ensures the spout is within reach from any direction. A handle makes moving the unit a snap. Operation is just as simple: unlock the hinged lid to fill, then close the lid and the pot boils and dechlorinates the water. (To reduce the chlorine level further, press the "reboil" button after water temperature drops to preselected level.)

After boiling, the water is cooled to 203 degrees, and the unit maintains it at that temperature automatically. Pressing the "140-degree" button cools water to baby-formula temperature. To obtain water, place a container under the spout, press the "unlock" button (which guards against accidental dispensing), and then the "dispense" button. A gauge, calibrated in liters, permits water-level monitoring. Clean the unit inside with a wet sponge, and wipe down its hard plastic exterior with a damp cloth. Every one to three months, depending on local water quality, the interior must be decalcified with citric acid or a descaling cleaner. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • One-year warranty against defects
  • Boils and dechlorinates 3 quarts of water, keeps it hot or warm
  • Keeps water at 203 degrees for coffee or tea or 140 degrees for baby formula
  • 9 inches wide by 10-1/2 inches high by 11-1/4 inches deep
  • Decalcify with citric acid or descaling cleaner every one to three months

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars A wonderful little appliance
Zojirushi sells the only Japanese-style hot-water dispensers I can find in America. They are very convenient, and no Japanese kitchen would be without one. In fact, this is better than most of the ones I saw in Japan.

To pour hot water from this dispenser, just hold a cup under the spout and press a button. Oddly, American and European hot-water dispensers follow the kettle metaphor a little too closely. They design their dispensers so that you must pick up the entire device to pour water.

The only drawback to this Japanese-style dispenser is that you can't pour hot water without plugging it in. The assumption is that you always leave it on, like any other small appliance.

I find this unit surprisingly convenient for things like tea, noodles, and instant coffee. It's also a lifesaver if you have to mix baby formula at three in the morning.

For safety, you have to press "unlock" to enable the dispense button. Also, the power cord is held in place by a strong magnet, so that the appliance will safely come unplugged if it is abruptly moved by an earthquake or other natural disaster.

The manual is multilingual. The English-language section is poorly written and typeset, and obviously translated in Japan. On the other hand, the appliance is so simple that you really don't need a manual.

Overall, the Zojirushi CD-DEC30 is small, sturdy, convenient, and very easy to use. If you don't mind the high price, I strongly recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Can't live without it!
This hot pot is a must for anyone who wants boiling water 24/7. If you're into making a freshly brewed cup of coffee, tea, or soup immediately, it's ready and waiting.

It's wonderful when my baby granddaughter is visiting. I can make her formula immediately or just warm a bottle right in the hot water. It has two temperature settings. Also great for sterilizing something immdiately without having to boil water.

5-0 out of 5 stars Couldn't Leave Home Without It
We bought this heater/warmer for keeping boiled water available for baby formula. We were given advice to boil water first before mixing with formula which became a chore until we got this unit. This unit works great and when we went on a cross country trip staying in hotels and motels, we brought it along to have boiled water readily available not only for the baby formula but coffee and tea. It didn't take up too much space and we didn't have to lug a stove burner or be inconvenienced by having to look for hot water at roadside restaurants. The only problem we have now is that our todler now wants his milk to be warm, not cold. Oh well, can't win them all.

5-0 out of 5 stars We can not live without them.
We fell in love with hot pots the first time we used one, especially since we drink many cups of tea each day. I particularly like the Zojirushi models, which have a black tea and a green tea (cooler water) setting. It took me awhile to figure out why my green tea was bitter!
My husband and I own 3 hot pots (yes that does sound excessive), one at home and one in each of our offices. Since we spend most of our time either at home or at work, these kitchen gadgets get lots of use! We use filtered water (or distilled) so we do not have any mineral buildup after almost 2 years of use. I highly recommend them.

5-0 out of 5 stars just hot
I bought mine last summer on vacation in Seattle.It never gets unplugged in our home. We use it in the mornings to make instant oatmeal, on some weekends to make miso and mungbeans noodles soup and in the evenings to make 2 pots of tea. I have actually given my kettle away. ... Read more


3. Zojirushi CD-DEC50 Deluxe 5.29-Quart Micom Electric Dispensing Pot
list price: $189.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004S572
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Zojirushi
Sales Rank: 16743
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

What if you want more than one cup of tea?Or the whole family wants cocoa?Water takes forever to boil, and it cools quickly. But with Zojirushi's Electric Dispensing Pot, you'll boil up to 5 liters of water and keep it hot the whole day. After boiling, the pot automatically switches to "keep warm" mode, where it will remain for about 40 minutes, after which time it will cue itself to reboil. Refill as needed and have hot tea, cocoa, and soup all day long. As a safety feature, you must depress "unlock" before "dispense" so no one will inadvertently release a stream of hot water. Weighing only 5 pounds, it's easy to bring to the office or to potlucks. --Dana Van Nest ... Read more

Features

  • Convenient reboil option
  • 5-liter capacity
  • Dechlorinates tap water
  • Safety auto-shutoff
  • Two temperatures

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little appliance
All I can say is this is a great little thing and worth every dollar. We use this every day to make up our babies food and at the hotter setting to make tea. It is quick, easy, always on and has never had a problem. We have several Zojirushi appliances and they are all very well made.

5-0 out of 5 stars Worth Every Penny
We use this every day. Coffee in the morning (french press) and for tea at night. The machine keeps the water ready. It makes life easier. No more turning on the stove, putting the teapot on, waiting, coming back when it whistles, then having boiling hot water. The WATER is ready at 203 degrees F or 140F if you prefer warm water ON DEMAND. The only thing you have to do is fill it when it is empty. Keep it plugged in and it is your workhorse. Haven't had a problem in over a year of use so far. I don't expect any. Very happy. The price seems high but how much is your time worth?

5-0 out of 5 stars great
We use ours all the time. We make instant oatmeal and tea in the morning. No more boiling on the stove. Great for instant soup, miso broth with mung bean noodles or hot cocoa.
Saves time when I need hot water to proof my yeast.

4-0 out of 5 stars Slam dunk for Zojirushi!
Those wily guys at Zojirushi have done it again, but this time, with PIZAZZ! Buying this dispenser not only saved my marriage, but it brought me closer to my son, James, who can't stop talling his friends about this thing. No kidding! ... Read more


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