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Chambord Coffee Press by Bodum® 12 cup

The original coffee press with a new polished look. Brews up to 12 cups of rich, flavorful coffee.

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Original coffee press design from the fifties is considered by coffee connoisseurs as one of the best ways to brew coffee.

Stainless steel frame and lid feature a durable, polished surface.

Heat-resistant borosilicate glass carafe holds up to 51 fl oz.

Dishwasher safe

  • Dimensions: 5"D x 7.6"W x 10"H
  • Capacity: 51 fl oz
  • Construction: Stainless steel and borosilicate glass

To make the finest coffee using your Chambord Coffee Press, use 1 rounded tablespoon (or 1 Bodum® scoop) of coarse-ground coffee for each 4-fl oz cup of coffee, and follow these simple steps:

1. Add fresh, coarsely ground coffee to the pot.

2. Pour in well-temperated water (not boiling) and stir.

3. Wait 3 – 4 minutes.

4. Stop the brewing process by gently pressing down the plunger.

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Chambord Coffee Press by Bodum® 12 cup

This classic 12-cup coffee press is still made with the same painstaking craftsmanship as the original from the fifties, but this latest version has a new chrome-plated steel frame and lid that will last for years. It features a wide, matte-black polypropylene handle that provides a cool, comfortable grip and adds to the modern style of the design. The borosilicate glass carafe is heat-resistant, and the entire press is dishwasher safe.

Chambord Coffee Press by Bodum® 12 cup 4.8 5 12 12
Small cups Advertised as 12 cups. WARNING! These are FOUR ounce cups - hardly a 'cup' and certainly not a decent serving. Once you adjust for this, it is a good press for six cups of coffee. June 29, 2014
Great coffee! The Bodum is an excellent product. I used it for the first time this morning. The coffee is simply superb. June 21, 2014
Many Happy Cups, then no cups at all. A fine device.* French presses are relatively simple and ingenious little things, but this one is quite lovely to behold, stands out. Every piece is has a solid feel and it all disassembles for thorough cleaning. The Bodum carafe glass is thick and slides snugly into the base. However, I must mention that mine did break after affording me 2 years of pleasant coffee experiences. Specifically, the glass broke. It was not due to an instance of dropping or banging it. It did crack, and the crack began as a perfectly straight line down the inside of the glass, which caused me to suspect the metal mesh on the plunger. Looking at my plunger, I did notice the mesh filter unraveling a bit, with a bit of sharp metal wire sticking out along the edge. I concluded that that placing the plunger in the pot was akin to using a glass-cutter. So,simply using a less that pristine filter as intended resulted in a shallow cut in the glass which-after the constant heating and cooling of the french press as it brewed coffee- caused the carafe to eventually break. !!! So, if you buy a press like this, it might behoove you to chuck your filter at the slightest hint of damage to the part of the filter that contacts the glass. I've no idea how much it would set you back, but its probably cheaper than replacing the carafe, which would be about $18 each, depending on where you find them avalable. *I'm reviewing a different color (i.e. red, but still steel [ha!] as shown) of the same size Chambord press. If you buy a different color with the shiny, lacquer-like finish, be aware of the fact that it may chip or crack in a dishwasher, even if the product is described as 'dishwasher safe'. My finish did, but I used an abrasive pad to scrub the finish off the plunger top, which gave my chambord an improved two-tone look. Yeah! I cannot comment on this new chrome finish. PS I implore you to brew loose-leaf tea and herbal tea in your Chambrod (I did!) in addition to coffee. The carafe allows the tea leaves and/or other dried ingredients to expand fully, ensuring that all the deliciousness is pulled from them. Increasing exposure to the solvent (water) is important! Watching tea brew in the large carafe with natural backlighting is as beautiful as watching calm snowfall or a time-lapse of flowers blooming. April 4, 2014
really love this So easy to use and taste better than a dip coffeemaker.Wish I bought one along time ago. January 20, 2014
Yummy Yummy Yummy I was a little nervous to try this French Press out. The directions were very easy to follow. It brewed the BEST cup of coffee I ever tasted. This will stay on my kitchen counter. December 29, 2013
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