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BODUM 11001-01US Bistro B. Over Automatic Pour-Over Electric Coffeemaker, 1.2-Liter

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  • Fill the removable 40oz water tank directly from the faucet
  • An easy-to-clean silicone "showerhead" prevents chalk deposits allowing for even water flow over the grounds
  • The Bistro B. uses a spiral 1450 watt heating element; Combined with glass tubing instead of plastic, it maintains the perfect brewing temperature
  • You never need to replace the titanium-plated, fine-meshed stainless steel filters
  • The premium brew drips into a double-walled stainless steel thermo jug with Bodum's signature locking-lid to keep the coffee hot for hours
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Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 13.9 x 9.6 x 17.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B004USLLRE
  • Item model number: 11001-01US
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (122 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,630 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Color: Black

The BISTRO B. Over Automatic Coffeemaker showcases innovative technology by automating the popular "pour over" method. The sleek, contemporary design looks great on your counter from all angles. You can watch how your coffee brew in less than 6 minutes. Coffee maker overflows if you use too much of grind or if the reservoir is left full overnight. Kindly note the reservoir should be empty when not in use.


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Customer Reviews

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Giraffe Hunter
The coffee maker is messy as the basic valve on the drip basket doesn't seal properly when you remove the carafe.
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Because they make the fastest, best brewed coffee I've ever tasted.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

111 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Norm on January 17, 2013
Color Name: Black
I bought this for my wife's birthday despite some of the review's here, but based on some gourmet coffee expert reviews.
We replaced a Cuisinart 12 cup drip maker (do miss the two extra cups). This unit is larger than the Cuisinart, a bit of an adjustment for the counter space.
It does not have a timer or all the knobs and buttons that the Cusinart had (that we almost never used).
The Bodum uses less energy since there is no warmer and most important for us, makes better tasting coffee.

I cannot speak for how long it will last, as others mentioned, for this price you would expect a good long time. If it does fail, I hope that customer support will help resolve problems.
I tinker with stuff, so a failed solenoid I would probably attempt to fix myself, but I would not be happy if it was in the first year of ownership. We have had the Cuisinart for 4 years and a Krups for around 5 years before it (both still worked when retired).

We have had no issues with mess, leaks, overflows, or spills. It is really easy to use. We use a medium grind (probably important to not use fine grind); count to 10 in our Braun grinder.

Again, despite what someone had posted, the carafe keeps the coffee hot for more than 3 hours; at 1 hour, it is still really really hot. I will take the thermometer to it one of these day.

Regarding construction, it is basically a plastic coffee maker, so if you are expecting something heavy with metal parts, this is not it. I do wish the plastic was heavier.
It has a rather techie look, showing the hot water go through the glass pipe, visible wires soldered to the copper heater, etc. We find it appealing.

The flavor of the coffee produced is night-and-day with the Cuisinart; so smooth.
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79 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Jean Luc Herman on September 23, 2012
Color Name: Black
I'll start off by stating that the Bodum Bistro Electric Pour Over makes the best coffee I've ever had from a machine. It's fast: a full pot of coffee will brew in about 2 minutes, and is designed to heat water to the optimal temperature (205ºF) to extract the best flavor from your coffee. The carafe is stainless steel lined, insulated, and will keep coffee hot for about 5 hour.

However, there are issues with the build quality. The exterior machine itself is comprised of two plastic shells that are supposed to interlock; if they are nor aligned properly (like mine was when it arrived), the slots that hold the coffee filter will be out of alignment, and you will not be able to properly insert the filter. But this was relatively easy to fix, but still disappointing: a $275 coffee machine should be assembled properly.

So, why am I giving this only two stars? The machine failed to brew this morning 44 days of service. It would not heat the water. I concluded this was due to a solenoid failure -- which is completely unacceptable for a $275 machine that is two months old.
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47 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Aquacat on October 28, 2013
Color Name: Black
I've owned two of these coffee pots. Why? Well, the first one broke, and I couldn't figure out how to get warranty service so I gave up and bought another. Why? Because they make the fastest, best brewed coffee I've ever tasted. Somehow Bodum just plain got the taste perfect. But reliability? It's bad. Really bad. Both my pots stopped working, they just wouldn't turn on any more. I'm electrical engineer, so let the fun begin. I tore into one of the pots to see if I could trouble shoot it. Piece of cake. Both pots just had a problem with the float switch. The pots didn't turn on because they thought that there was no water in them. What I realized was that they both broke just after I had left water in them for several days or a week. I had filled it up but never turned it on, and somehow that's causing the float switch to fail. After some trial and error, I got one of them working. SO DON"T LEAVE WATER IN THE POT, always either brew or dump the water out. BTW - I had outstanding support from bodum on the second pot. I just emailed their sales department and included a copy of my receipt, they had a new pot out to me in 6 days. They were amazing. So maybe they've heard the message and are providing better support.

Bottom line: if you can afford $250 for a coffee pot, this one is worth it. Just don't leave water in it.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Deeds TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 22, 2013
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The Bodum Bistro is the best coffeemaker I've ever used. In addition to looking great, it makes fantastic coffee. It's easy to use and maintain. The thermos jug keeps the coffee hot for about two hours.

I filmed this short video to show you the Bodum Bistro in action - hope this helps. I recommend this coffeemaker and it gets two thumbs up from me.
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34 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Kimberly S. Herold on July 15, 2012
Color Name: Black
This maker makes great tasting coffee, looks good in the kitchen, and is simple to operate.

The caraffe keeps the coffee warm for a while, but not as much as I'd like. I even pre-warm it by putting hot water in it prior to brewing. I'm not going to call people crazy for their opinion that states the opposite of mine, as I respect their opinions. I like hot coffee. I make a pot and my wife and I have it finished within 2 hours. The cups at the end are warm (I like mine black), but my wife still has to nuke hers because she adds cream (yuck!).

The maker has a flimsy feeling build to it. It has a rugged or sturdy look to it in the pictures, but its plastic and it feels cheap. We'll see how it stands up to time and a few moves. I'm in the military and this maker should make a few moves with me, saving me from dark circles under my eyes for years.

The best feature, as far as I can tell, is that it brews at around 200 degrees. That really brings out the flavors. If you don't choose this one, then you should choose one based on the brewing temp. This one doesn't have a timer, but I chose to go for brewing temp over bells and whistles this time, and it's paid off. This maker brews FAST. 6 minutes for a pot. Not having a timer isn't a big deal when the wait is so short.

UPDATE: After having the coffee maker for 5 months, we don't mind not having a timer at all. We grind the beans right before brewing anyway. We'll be roasting our own beans in the near future.

We've done taste tests with this brewer, a french press and a Toddy cold brew system... this one won in blind taste tests. We are very pleased.

It's easy to clean and still looks nice.
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