|Produktens mått||13.46 x 19.56 x 29.97 cm; 662.24 Gram|
BodumChambord kaffepress, genomskinlig, 1 L
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Kaffe har alltid tagit centrum på BODUM och den franska pressen förblir vår största stjärna. Det är rent och enkelt vilket är exakt anledningen till att kaffesmakare använder denna metod för att avgöra kvaliteten på kaffebönor. Materialen i den franska pressen är helt smakfria så ingenting kommer mellan dina malda kaffebönor och det varma vattnet. Den franska pressen genererar bokstavligen inget skräp alls, inga metallkapslar, inget papper, inget ingenting. Du kokar bara så mycket vatten du behöver - och där du går.
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Übrigens: Wie bei jeder French Press wird das Ergebnis mit grob gemahlenem Kaffee besonders gut. Als Ziehzeit würde ich etwa vier bis fünf Minuten empfehlen, je nach Sorte und gewünschter Stärke.
Und natürlich beziehen sich die Mengenangaben auf die kleinen Kaffeetassen, wie man sie aus dem Café kennt. Das Modell für 8 Tassen reicht also eher für 3 "normale" Kaffeetassen.
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I purchased a 0.35 l (12 oz) or three-cup version of this coffee maker in copper to use as my personal coffee maker at work. It makes three cups, what this means is that there is enough volume to make three espresso-sized cups, or about 1 mug of coffee. You can vary the strength of the coffee, so you can make coffee for one, two or even three people. The glass beaker inside is removable, allowing for easier cleaning and replacing if you break it. It works like a normal French press: a three-part mesh filter is attached to a plunger, which is then is pushed down, separating your coffee grounds from the water. There is a nice sturdy black handle to carry it around. The top lid rotates, which allows you to either pour water from the spout through a little filter, or to close off the flow of water to the spout.
- The colour is very attractive. It’s a nice, shiny copper that borders on rose gold and which attracted positive comments from my colleagues
- The Bodum brand is famous for French presses
- Small and compact - perfect for coffee for one, but also you can share with two or three people if you like (and you are all happy with tiny coffees)
- Easy to clean - thanks to removable parts
- Brews excellent coffee. Even my Italian colleagues agree with this, so it must be good.
- Smooth plunging mechanism
- The metal parts supporting the beaker are a bit wonky, so the beaker leans to one side a little.
- When removing the beaker, the metal parts feel a bit thin and fragile
- The turning mechanism of the lid was confusing at first, so I found the coffee difficult to pour. It turns out that you have to turn the lid around every time so that the correct part is over the spout. Otherwise, it will block the flow of coffee out of the beaker
- The ‘Bodum’ sticker was difficult to remove, although once I did, it was fine and left no marks
Comparing the pros and cons:
Overall, this coffee maker is a great all-rounder because it makes good coffee easily and quickly, looks good, and is sturdy and compact. The cons are small compared to the pros.
This coffee maker would suit those who want a portable and compact coffee maker, to use either for themselves or to share with people who enjoy espresso. It would work well for anyone living in a small space such as students, or for keeping on an office desk. As it’s quite stylish, it would suit someone who cares about things looking shiny, cute and well-made (at least if you don’t look too closely!). It would not work well for people who want to share large coffees with others.
Value for money:
I bought this for £22 on Amazon. I think it was decent value for money. Whittards sell a very similar one for £20, which is a bit more gold-looking. Bodum specialises in French presses though, while Whittards specialty has historically been predominantly tea, not equipment, so you may be paying for Bodum’s reputation a bit there.
I have not experienced any problems with this product. The only reason I have knocked off a star is because it is slightly wonky and, for the money and the reputation of the brand, you might expect more. For general office and everyday use it has held up very well, I have used it on a daily basis for a few months now with no problems whatsoever.
Firstly the glass carafe is covered in non-removable safety warnings, in two languages which cover almost 1/4 of the whole unit - the visual noise of this is an ugly distraction.
Secondly the top lid is metal outside but black plastic on the inside, this hangs down into the glass and acts as a crude filter, so you have to rotate the top to the correct position before pouring out the coffee. I really can't see the point in this and am tempted to try and remove it (unfortunately I think that would involve sawing it in half). It also adds the issue that all your coffee is now being filtered through plastic.
The glass carafe is held in place by pressure from the 4 stainless steel legs, by bending these very slightly (with the carafe removed) you can make the fit stiffer or looser.
The build quality of Bodum is still miles better than the alternatives, I just wish they would go back to the original design.
Edit: August 2015, I have now found a solution to the lid issue, Waitrose are selling an own brand cafetiere thats the exact same size as this, it has a much better lid and a plain glass carafe, (the handle and filter are of lower quality than the Boden). So if you buy both you can unscrew the plunger and swap the parts over to make a perfect cafetiere.
Granskad i USA den 30 januari 2019
Back to yesterday: The Costco we were in didn't sell cafetieres, and being a Sunday, other shops were soon closing. So, remembering the amazing Amazon delivery service, I searched for the cafetiere with most and best reviews.
Today: It arrived in time to wash it up for making after-lunch coffees, all in tact and well-protected in the packaging.
Easy to wash, looks smart, and more importantly pours accurately! The cafetiere recommends using course-ground coffee, and the coffee we bought yesterday is fairly fine, but had no problem with it getting blocked or with granules passing through.
I hope this lasts us many years!