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Zojirushi CD-WBC30-TS Micom 3-Liter Water Boiler and Warmer, Silver Brown
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- Zojirushi CD-WBC30 3 Liter Micom Water Boiler and Warmer in Silver Brown
- 700 watt one-touch electric dispenser with 3-liter hot-water capacity
- Micro-computerized temperature control system; reboils to 212 degrees F
- 4 keep-warm temperature settings; auto shut-off for peace of mind; 6 to 10-hour timer
- Cafe-drip dispensing mode; LCD display; water-level gauge; nonstick interior
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|Color||Silver Brown||Stainless Dark Brown||White||White|
|Dimensions||11.5 inches x 11.25 inches x 8.38 inches||13.88 inches x 8.75 inches x 11.13 inches||10 inches x 11.88 inches x 9.13 inches||9.5 inches x 11.9 inches x 9 inches|
|Item Package Weight||6.7 pounds||7.4 pounds||6.7 pounds||6.2 pounds|
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This particular Zojirushi holds enough water for 2-3 people to drink throughout the day. It boils the water first -- this takes about 15-20 minutes -- and then allows it to cool to one of four "keep warm" temperatures. The "keep warm" presets of 208, 195, 175, and 140 are perfect for most kinds of tea, cup o' noodles, baby bottles, and various kinds of water torture on intrusive guests.
The magnetic break-away cord is a fantastic feature that demonstrates Zojirushi's attention to detail. When your mother decides to rearrange your kitchen without warning, you can rest assured that the Zojirushi will be safe from electrical mishaps. Don't ask how I know this.
Other safety features include an automatic shut-down when it runs out of water, a dispenser that will not dispense until you "unlock" it by pressing a button, and a "steam-save" design that limits the amount of steam being vomited into your kitchen. This last feature is especially nice for those of us with wall cabinets extending over the counter. I like to steam my food on the stove, not while it's in storage, thanks.
This device is so simple to use that even my husband can do it. That said, due to the charming Engrish in the instruction book, at first I was under the impression that the timer existed to shut down the machine. I realized later that either my math skills were terrible, or in reality the timer was designed to start it up. Ignore the fact that I ended that sentence with a preposition.Read more ›
Rust on stainless part within 2 months of use is absolutely a defect of product. Zojirushi just refused to cover this with warranty and their customer service is NOT helpful at all.
Considering all the positive reviews, we paid high price for expectation of high quality product. We definitely will NOT recommend any friend to buy this product and also stay away from Zojirushi products considering their non-existing customer service.
Bottom line? The product is so darn good at what it does, that we are willing to forgive the energy consumption cost.
The inside is stainless steel with a Teflon-like coating. There will be a plastic smell the first time you use it and I'm guessing it's coming from the spout, but don't worry. After draining it a few times (I had to dump out 5 liters of hot water), the smell will go away. I was a little bit worried about the Teflon, since I am not a big fan of eating the stuff, but there's no reason for you to ever even put your hand inside this thing as you're supposed to dump some citric acid in it and let it clean itself. No scratches, no problem. The coating is there to keep mineral buildup from occurring.
The water level indicator is super cool on this thing and it will tell you how much water is in the pot or if you need to refill it. There's a timer so that you can set it for six to ten hours later, which is handy if you want to wake up and use it. It doesn't take long to boil at all -- usually something along the lines of 30 minutes. It does, however, take a long time to cool down to the lower temperatures, so if you're using this for green tea, you may want to set it to boil six hours after you go to sleep instead of eight or ten.
It swivels, so you can angle it so the steam isn't pointed at your cabinets while it's on. It will shut off automatically if there's no water in the pot and it has a few nice features such as lowering the temperature before boiling so there's less steam coming out of it. It's a handy little product and I totally recommend getting the larger sized ones because once you have it, you'll use it a lot more than you think you will.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Now I have constant supply of hot water in the kitchen. We drink hot teas throughout the day so this is perfect. So far so good. Looks great on my counter. Recommended.Published 2 days ago by NJA
It is very convince for two or three people,special for elderly like us. The color is greatPublished 2 days ago by pingchin
Works like a charm and is so handy in the kitchen. Quick delivery too. Thanks.Published 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
Once you have one of these water heaters you can never go back. I drink so much more tea now that I have this thing. I also use it for making french press coffee. Read morePublished 11 days ago by kevin
Really like this purchase. We got it to replace this really old water boiler we had and this is awesome. Easy to fill up with water and music comes up when its ready. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Peter C.
I absolutely love my Zojirushi hot water pot!!! I've been using my Zojirushi hot water pot since May of 2016 and I have not had any issues with this hot water pot at all. Read morePublished 15 days ago by mary l. chan