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Chambord Coffee Press by Bodum®, 4-cup

The original coffee press with a new polished look. Brews up to 4 cups of rich, flavorful coffee.
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Chambord Coffee Press by Bodum®, 4-cup

This classic 4-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.

How to Brew

To make the finest coffee, use 1 rounded tablespoon 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.

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 0.5 liter/17 fl oz

Dishwasher safe

  • Dimensions: 10cm D x 17cm W x 19cm H, or 4.2"D x 6.6"W x 7.5"H
  • Capacity: half liter, 17 fl oz
  • Construction: Stainless steel and borosilicate glass
Chambord Coffee Press by Bodum®, 4-cup 4.9 5 14 14
so easy to use I first used this coffee press at my daughter's while in Europe and told myself I would buy one when I came home to the states because it was so easy to use and it made great coffee. December 13, 2014
French Press I have been looking for this model for Months. Thank you - I love it December 5, 2014
Care for the customer While half asleep a few mornings ago I knocked the glass container part of BODUM French Press against something and broke it. I searched for a replacement part to buy and couldn't find one, so call Starbuck's customer service and learned they don't sell replacement parts... but the service rep said they would send me a whole new French Press. I asked how much - she said "No charge". Not even shipping! I couldn't believe it at first, so she had to assure me it was true. I received the new press in 3 days. No charge. This is the way America took care of customers 50 years ago. Starbucks has a new loyal customer. August 5, 2014
leaves 1/4 cup behind My old cooks brand you could push the plunger to the bottom.. This one doesn't go to the bottom and leaves about one quarter cup behind. so this 4 cup only really makes 12 oz. waste coffee. June 28, 2014
The "Pound" Sterling of French Presses A low-budget press (not a Bodum) received as a gift was my intro to this coffee prep method. That was followed by purchase of my own entry-level Bodum. Inching up the French Press ladder, now I've reached the pinnacle with Chambord, a practical and aesthetically-pleasing appliance that has made all that climbing worthwhile. The "look," materials, and construction are substantial. It's easier to clean than my cheapos, and, perhaps owing to the heavy glass and tighter sealing capacity, yields a more satisfying brew. So glad I treated myself and took the plunge. January 8, 2014
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