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Zojirushi CW-PZC22FC Micom Super Boiler 2.2L, Floral
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- Micro computerized temperature control system, dechlorinate mode reduces chlorine and musty odors from tap water
- Convenient re-boil mode and easy to clean nonstick interior
- High temperature keep warm system
- Descaling mode keeps pot sparkling clean
- Dimensions 10.25" long, 8.125" wide, 12.5" high, weighs 4.4lbs
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|Color||Floral||Silver Brown||Champagne Gold||Tan|
|Dimensions||11 inches x 13 inches x 11 inches||11.5 inches x 11.25 inches x 8.38 inches||9.5 inches x 8.5 inches x 11 inches||9.4 inches x 11.3 inches x 8.5 inches|
|Item Package Weight||5.65 pounds||6.7 pounds||6.25 pounds||5.65 pounds|
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Other than that, I love it. I am looking at purchasing a new one, the kind that uses electric pump.
After completing the boil and having the water maintained at 208, I decided to check it out with a thermometer. I poured a cup and stuck the probe in, but my digital food thermometer only showed about 170F so I tried another one with similar results. Finally, I just made my self some coffee and it was nice and hot even after adding milk so so much for my thermometers. The only things I have to compare this to are my old airpot (5.5 quarts = 5.2 liters) and my 1500W electric kettle. Compared to my old airpot this one is amazing as my old one had the water barely hot. Compared to my kettle it obviously is not as hot since the kettle gives you freshly boiled water, though you can still add a bit of milk to the water from this airpot and enjoy a satisfying cup (for some reason I imagined 208F to be hotter with respect to how much milk you could add and still be left with a hot cup, but it still gives a satisfying hot cup).
After the initial boil, I remembered that I had a "P3 International P4400 Kill A Watt Electricity Usage Monitor" (you can check it out on Amazon) which allows me to measure its electricity usage and on my unit I have entered the price of electricity as 14.7 cents per kilowatt. The longer it is connected the more accurate the reading is. Unfortunately I did not connect it before I began the boil but I hope to do so with my next main usage of the airpot - this Friday (UPDATE: boiling 3 liters of water cost 3 cents).Read more ›
Upkeep was simple. It was used all day every day from the date of arrival until a few weeks ago, when the pump failure became unbearable. Descalination was done irregularly, once a month at best. At first, my housemates mocked me for the purchase, but all were converted within a few short months. It became an integral part of the kitchen, both for dispensing water for beverages as well as for cooking. Taking it apart now, other than the visibly ragged rubber gasket and the dents in the pumping mechanism from 7+ years of moves and rough handling, the unit is in excellent condition. In fact, it's still usable, though a bit of a workout to get the water pumped out. That's why I'm going to donate it - perhaps somebody can fix it or even use it as is. The exterior is pristine, not even any scuffs from all the jostling it has experienced. The color is a tasteful off-white with hints of tan and rose, so it blends in well with most kitchen decors. The flower print is neither too jarring or invisible.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
after one year of use, its control went out of control. keeps boiling instead of keep it warm.Published 2 months ago by Jennifer Dong
I would buy this again....and I did! We bought the first one about 10 years ago, and it finally melted throught the steam vents, and the water plunger gave out. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J in Colorado
A replacement for one I owned for years. Its smaller and we like it even better than the first one. Great item.Published 3 months ago by Arlene J Hourdajian
I use this brand's boiler for so many years - (use in the winter only). But I have to buy a new one every 2- 3 years. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Makind
This item was purchased to replace a still working, similar Zojirushi item purchased 25 yrs. ago in Japan. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amber Hilko
I love everything I have purchased from Zojirushi. I have also purchased a rice cooker and love that as well. I think this company delivers EXCELLENT QUALITY PRODUCTS!Published 3 months ago by S. Han