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It should last a lifetime.,
Many coffee drinkers are inflexible on one point and that is the necessity to brew coffee in a glass container only! I used to be in this "glass camp", and I broke beaker after beaker in every coffee press I had. I am ham-fisted and lack the delicacy needed to make any glass coffee maker last longer than a few weeks.
I had a Brazilian polycarbonate coffee press and it lasted nine years. It finally came apart because it had been made in two pieces, and the two simply came apart because they were not injection-molded as one piece.
Then I discovered this Bodum Chambord 8-cup press and am delighted to say that it is absolutely perfect for me. The beaker is made of polycarbonate, like my old Brazilian one, but unlike that one, the Bodum is one solid piece, with no mold marks, seams, or anything else to come undone.
One other nice thing about it is that the beaker is big enough in diameter so that I can get my hand in it easily, and that's a big plus for cleaning the coffee pot thoroughly.
The coffee tastes great, needless to say, and unless I do something exceptionally stupid, this coffee pot should last me the rest of my life.
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Initial post: Dec 24, 2010 11:31:24 AM PST
Amazon Customer says:
Never use polycarbonate unless you like BPA in your coffee. Check out wikipedia on polycarbonate. Simply put, BPA and water don't mix which is why your kitchen shouldn't have it.
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 21, 2012 7:38:59 AM PST
David K. Wynia says:
Bodum products are BPA free. http://www.bodum.com/se/en-us/cms/168/102
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