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Bodum Chambord 5-Ounce Milk Frother

3.6 out of 5 stars 87 customer reviews

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  • Creates a smooth and consistent milk foam without electricity
  • All parts dishwasher safe
  • Quick and easy to use - just move the plunger up and down until the volume of froth doubles
  • Microwave safe glass beaker
  • Dishwasher safe
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Product Description

The world of coffee would be half as exciting if there was not that delicious layer of milk foam sitting on top of it! From lattes to cappuccinos, the Chambord Milk Frother brings any coffee to its perfection. Simply add cold non-fat milk to the fill line before setting the lid in place. Then pull and push the plunger until you see your milk turn to a frothy foam. The volume of milk froth will approximately double. Allow the froth to sit for a minute and thicken up. If you would like hot froth, just remove the lid/plunger unit and put the carafe with frothed milk in the microwave on high for 20 seconds. Once you are ready, use a spoon to scoop out the frothy foam and top off your favorite coffee drink. The glass beaker is made of durable, heat-resistant borosilicate glass. With the Bodum Chambord Frother and a Bodum Coffee Press you can be your own barista at home! Dishwasher safe.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 3.2 x 3.2 x 9.2 inches
Item Weight 10.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Bodum
ASIN B000QEEI5I
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Item model number 1964-16
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3.6 out of 5 stars 87 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #64,793 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#125 in Kitchen & Dining > Coffee, Tea & Espresso > Milk Frothers
Date first available at Amazon.com January 18, 2007

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This product froths milk very nicely and if you like extra frothy milk it is an excellent product. And on this basis alone easily worth five (5) stars. Clean-up and maintenance is a snap as the bottom portion of the frother is easily disassembled and cleaned. I purchased this as a replacement to the previous generation of Bodum Frothers and have found the following challenges while using this product:
a) while frothing the pour spout isn't properly covered by the cap and on occasion foamy milk spills onto the kitchen counter
b) the meshing seems better suited for a French press, which means separating the foam for a pretty cup display is a bit of a challenge (hint, don't use slotted portion of the cap, just pull the entire plunger mechanism out and use a spoon to separate the foam)
c) HOT WHILE HANDLING: admittedly I like my milk as close to burnt without burning, so this sucker is very hot when coming out of the microwave and this is my primary complaint. The previous version had a nice handle connected to the glass easy for gripping the smoking hot vessel while frothing milk. I still have not found a tolerable solution to this.

Good product and does what it says it will do. But if you like really hot milk for frothing you will need to find a solution for holding the hot glass in hand. Otherwise, a really good product.
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The frother works extremely well, however the glass of the frother is very thin and brittle and will crack and break with the slightest impact. I have broken two already while washing dishes. There is NO REPLACEMENT glass container available, so if you break it, you spend another $20.00 to buy a replacement. Bonjour makes a frother also, and they sell a replacement glass container for about $10.00. I guess I'm clumsy, so I'm going to buy a Bonjour next time.
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Pros: It does the job. You get frothed milk.

Cons: There's no seal between the screen and the glass envelope, so you work really hard to make the screen take excursions through the milk and create the foam.

Nevertheless, I was happy using it, until I broke the glass. To salvage it, I ended up buying a Bonjour frother, mainly because it was the same size as the Bodum. My plan was to use the carafe and continue using the Bodum screen and plunger. That was because, like I said, I was happy with the Bodum.

When I got it, I figured, why not try the Bonjour Mechanism, since I have it.

Well, it was so much nicer and more effective than the Bodum, I haven't bothered to use the Bodum again.
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This little Bodum manual frother works better than any of the battery powered "wand" frothers I've tried, and nearly as well as a steam frother. Using a microwave oven, you can warm the milk in less than a minute right in the Bodum flask. Then about ten seconds of easy pumping fills the flask to overflowing with thick froth that stays fluffy in your mug. But handle the Bodum flask with care, because the glass breaks easily. I broke my first flask after about three months. But the price is so reasonable, I didn't hesitate to order a replacement.
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By mc on May 2, 2008
Awesome product, if you like a latte or lots of froth,this is the easiest way to get it. It definitely works best with cold skim milk, and the longer is sits, the thicker the froth. If you use very hot coffee and add the cold milk, you got the perfect temperature! Also washes or rinses very well, I keep mine in the dish drain, so it is always readily available.
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I use my 3 c. Bodum Chambord Coffee Press to froth milk. It is basically the same concept: a glass carafe and a plunger with mesh. It makes a great foam. At any rate, if you already have a small coffee press, it can probably pull double-duty as a milk frother.
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Once you get the hang of pump-frothing your milk, you'll never go back! Yes, the "fragile glass carafes," ARE a problem, and why these companies continue to offer them is beyond me (thus the 4-star review instead of 5). However, what you're really buying is the clever screen pump that pushes air through the milk, expanding it into wonderful creamy froth. And guess what? When my second glass carafe broke, I discovered the frother fits perfectly into the heavy glass beer mugs in my kitchen cupboard, and you get a handle for extra stability. As far as the container being "too hot to handle," I don't have that problem with my heavy glass beer mug. Just froth first, then heat the mug (without the frothing device) for about 30 secoonds in the microwave, and watch your already fluffy foam rise even higher. Using a heavy glass beer mug, the handle never even gets hot. Voila! Problem solved!
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So, before I ordered, I looked at all the reviews for this and the other manual frothers on Amazon. I have been using a Bodum for over 10 years. I've actually had a couple of them. My carafe broke again, so I needed to get something to replace it. So I ordered one of these and also a Norpro frother. Well, here's the scoop - the glass is IDENTICAL to the Bodum. The only difference is that one has white fill lines on it and the other has black lettering and lines (Bodum). The plunger mechanisms are different. The Bodum plunger is flat, but they've changed it so that it doesn't go down to the bottom of the glass like my old plunger. The Norpro plunger goes to the bottom of the glass and is curved. Neither fits tightly along the sides of the glass - but you need to get air in to create the foam. The tighter fitting plungers (like my old one) require more force.
I clean my carafes in the dishwasher, and they go in the microwave (mine is 1200 watts) to heat the milk (I use high for 1min 10 sec). I can still hold the carafe in my hand, maybe other people are heating the milk to a much higher temp (I read one complaint that the glass gets too hot - if so use a hot pad) Yes, the glass will break, and there are no replacement glasses available. I use my frother every day, I would say on average they last at least two or three years until I do something stupid like knock them over in the sink or accidentally hit them against the sink. If you break your carafe, consider buying the Norpro (at $11.50) as a replacement for your Bodum.
I also always save my old plunger mechanisms, so if I don't like the new ones I can always revert back to the old (which were mostly metal) nd thre have been several styles over the past 12 years..
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