Bodum Chambord 4-Cup Coffee Press

A Coffee Lover’s Delight

The Bodum Chambord 4-Cup Coffee Press is surely a delight for all coffee lovers. It provides them with a more luxurious coffee experience. The Bodum Chambord 4-Cup Coffee Press allows coffee lovers to taste that richer feel in their mouth as they sip their coffee, making them savor every drop. Their coffee will have that fuller body which comes from solid coffee’s tiny particles which typically remain in one’s cup. These tiny particles had passed through the Bodum Chambord 4-Cup Coffee Press and are usually the sludge that settles in a cup.

Bodum Chambord 4-Cup Coffee Press

You can have a more satisfying coffee experience with Bodum Chambord 4-Cup Coffee Press. With its capacity of 24 ounces and stainless steel frame as well as borosilicate glass beaker proven to be heat resistant, serving coffee and drinking it with your friends is a coffee lover’s dream of relaxation. What is more, after entertaining your guests, you do not have to worry about how to clean it as it is safe to put in your dishwasher. The Bodum Chambord 4-Cup Coffee Press is widely accepted as one of the best ways in brewing coffee. On top of that, its design is quite handy. The Bodum Chambord 4-Cup Coffee Press only weighs 2 pounds and measures 7.9 x 6.1 x 4.7 inches, so you can conveniently bring it and put it on top of your desktop in your office to ensure that you have a great coffee experience every day.

The Bodum Chambord 4-Cup Coffee Press is quite easy to use. All you have to do is add one Bodum scoop or rounded tablespoon of coarse ground coffee into the pot for every 4-ounce cup. Then just pour hot water, leaving around 1 inch of space at the beakers top before you stir it with plastic spoon. Then once stirred, just place the plunger on the top of the pot and brew your coffee for at least 4 minutes. The Bodum Chambord 4-Cup Coffee Press provides the best result when you slowly lower the plunger with very minimal pressure.

Problems encountered with the Bodum Chambord 4-Cup Coffee Press

There are very few problems or complaints about the Bodum Chambord 4-Cup Coffee Press. One of these is the fact that it is mainly for brewing coffee and nothing else. Other complaints are its requirement of just using only coarse-ground coffee. Its intricate design entails slowly brewing one’s coffee, so it is not suitable if you are always in a rush. Other users also complained about its fragile design which makes it troublesome for them to manually clean it as well as its size which only gives you a small cup of coffee.


Comments

  1. I have used the french press coffeemakers Bodum has sold for over ten years. My problem with the quality of their items started aobut 4 years ago. I bought a msaller 8cup press (Chambord) and very early on the carafe cracked making ti non usable. The relacement cost of the carfe at the time was more than Ipurchased the piece for. In December 2007 I received as a gift – the newere Chambord coffee press. I have used it regularly. Early on the spout got cracked. The “stainless steel”holder started to show some signs of rust at the bottome. I was able to plce the carafe in the dishwasher and had no problems. Untill this last Monday. I filled the glass carafe with te forund coffee 9you coudl still see whole coffee beans so the grind was coarse) and hot water (NOT boiling) that had been boiled and showed no bubles anymore. I opured that on to the grounds. I took care of other things while it steeped and then slowly and easily pushed the press down. No problems. Untill 2/3rds of the way through. The coffee suddenly exploded on to me out of a hole at the bottom of the carfe- the whole carfe cracked and showed a perfect round hole with cracks on either end. The coffee was all me and over the floor. And I was burnt.
    This is totally unaaceptable. When I emailed Bodum and then called two days later they said they referred to antoher department…..and the lady admitted that the newer carafes are made in – OF COURSE – where else? – China.
    DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT. The glass si obviously flawed and is not capable of handling the stress of the plunger going down with hot water resisting it.

    L.Hoop July 15, 09

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