|Brand Name||Bodum Pebo (Formerly Santos)|
|Item Weight||0.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 6 x 12 inches|
|Item model number||1208-1 Red|
|Size||1.0L (34 oz)|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1208-1 Red|
Bodum Pebo (Formerly Santos) Vacuum 8-Cup Coffeemaker 1.0L (34Oz) Red
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- Theatrical, entertaining method of brewing six 5-ounce cups of coffee
- Made of heat-resistant glass and durable, gleaming nylon
- Carafe with stay-cool handle and a stopper keeps coffee warm
- Dishwasher-safe; includes coffee scoop and resting stand
- Measures 9-1/4 by 6 by 11-1/2 inches
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Product Description There is a good reason you can find a Pebo coffeemaker in nearly every Scandinavian home, this vacuum brewing system has been fascinating coffee lovers for over sixty years. In the fifties, Peter Bodum, the father of today's owner, Jorgen Bodum, imported an French vacuum coffee maker and sold it on the Danish Market. Although he found it both unsatisfactory and expensive, he was convinced that the vacuum brewing system was an excellent way to brew an exquisite cup of coffee. Thus, the first Bodum Pebo vacuum coffee maker was born. In collaboration with Danish designer Kaas Klaeson, Peter Bodum developed what we know today as the Pebo, establishing the credo: ‘good design doesn’t have to be expensive’. The magic of the PEBO holds both adults and children spellbound as they watch the boiling water rush from the bottom glass jug to the upper one where it gets mixed with freshly ground coffee. After a few minutes off the stovetop, a vacuum forms in the base which pulls rich black coffee through a filter and back into the bottom jug. This captivating process combines the ideal water temperature with just the right brewing time and makes for superb results. Whatever your preferred coffee and roast, the Pebo vacuum system brings out the very best aromas in your cup. Its exceptionally effective vacuum brewing method extracts all precious oils of your favorite coffee. The vacuum brewing process is entirely sealed off so no aroma can escape. In addition, the brewing time and temperature are perfectly calibrated, ensuring a perfect cup of coffee with each brew. Depending on the amount of water used, the PEBO can brew delicious coffee within 5 to 11 minutes, serving anywhere from 4 to 8 cups (0.5l/10oz,max. 1.0l/34oz).
Top customer reviews
1. AMAZING coffee! It's by far the best brewer I've ever used.
2. Relatively easy to use once you're familiar with it.
3. Extremely cool to watch.
4. Makes scalding hot coffee.
1. REQUIRES CLOSE ATTENTION WHEN BREWING! It's surprisingly easy to overheat. It's not a set it and forget it brewer.
2. Fragile! It's mainly just glass. The stand for the top bowl that it comes with is kinda top heavy and relatively easy to knock over. I, personally, put it at the back of my counter against the back-splash.
3. Follow the instructions! Always use cold water and make sure the outside is thoroughly dry. Hot water and excess water on the outside will lead to overheating and possible cracking.
4. It's like they say, if you get a better grill, you're gonna want a better steak. Honestly, you're gonna want to switch to more a expensive local whole bean coffee due to how well this beast brews coffee. I have, personally, switched to using a micro-roast roast(think micro-brew). Since this brewer brings out all the flavors in the coffee, it brings out ALL the flavors in the coffee. With this beast, the coffee actually taste like those magnificent aromas that the beans naturally give off, but the pre-ground out-of-state packaged stuff that's been sitting for half a year tends to taste more like its own packaging.
5. The price point is a quite high considering it's only glassware, but weighing the quality of the brewed coffee vs. its price point, I would say, it damn near closes that gap.
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