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Promoted 12-12-2014 by daisybeetle at 10:15 AM View Original Post
Amazon has Zojirushi CV-DSC40 VE Hybrid Water Boiler & Warmer (Stainless Steel) on sale for $131.99. Shipping is free. Thanks 1.26

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Be sure to checkout the customer reviews on Amazon that ranked this product with a 4.5 out of 5 star rating. ~Persian_Mafia

Price Comparison: Our research indicates that Zojirushi CV-DSC40 VE Hybrid Water Boiler & Warmer is $27 lower (17% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $159.

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Edited December 12, 2014 at 07:07 AM by BostonGirl
http://www.amazon.com/Zojirushi-C...B000MAFJRM

This has 4.5 rating out of 5 from 362 reviews.
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Quote from 1.26 View Post :
http://www.amazon.com/Zojirushi-C...B000MAFJRM

This has 4.5 rating out of 5 from 362 reviews.
Thx got one
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"Hybrid"..................

so now the term has been expanded to include putting insulation around the container that hold the water?
fantastic.
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I have non-hybrid version so I am technological behind :-)
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$140 for an electric kettle?
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$140 for an electric kettle?
Zojirushi is one of the best quality brands on the market.
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Zojirushi is one of the best quality brands on the market.
But for a water heater/boiler? That's like buying a rolls royce pencil sharperner. If it's more than 20 bucks, I'd just sharpen it manual.laugh out loud
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Zojirushi is one of the best quality brands on the market.
Does it turn the water into gold?
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Quote from inherendo View Post :
But for a water heater/boiler? That's like buying a rolls royce pencil sharperner. If it's more than 20 bucks, I'd just sharpen it manual.laugh out loud
Depends on your priorities I guess. I'm Asian, and my house has one, my parents house has one, my sister's house has one. Asians drink a lot of hot tea, and the way we cook, sometimes you need boiling water at the drop of a hat, rather than plugging in a cheaper kettle in and waiting for it to boil. May sound crazy, but Chinese folks use a lot of dehydrated foods that we have to soak in hot water for a period of time before actually cooking it, so we need it for that. Plus all of different kinds of instant ramen too, although it's not good for you. So I think the need for hot water arises more in our culture than perhaps the regular American household. My take on it I guess.
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Amazing price! I've never seen it this low before!
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Zojirushi is one of the best quality brands on the market.
We spent close to this for quality in a rice cooker. It turns out perfect rice all the time, every time. But for water? The question isn't about quality, it's about function.

And in terms of slick deals, what is this normally? $250?
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Depends on your priorities I guess. I'm Asian, and my house has one, my parents house has one, my sister's house has one. Asians drink a lot of hot tea, and the way we cook, sometimes you need boiling water at the drop of a hat, rather than plugging in a cheaper kettle in and waiting for it to boil. May sound crazy, but Chinese folks use a lot of dehydrated foods that we have to soak in hot water for a period of time before actually cooking it, so we need it for that. Plus all of different kinds of instant ramen too, although it's not good for you. So I think the need for hot water arises more in our culture than perhaps the regular American household. My take on it I guess.
I am asian as well. I just use a regular kettle. Teapots are small, you don't need much water to brew a pot. Same with ramen and other things. I just put it on and do something else. For 130 bucks, the value isn't apparent to me for this kitchen tool as the task it replaces isn't very difficult to begin with. But to each their own. I can see a college student without a kitchen finding this very useful
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Sorry, not to threadcrap but isn't this the price it's been for the last while on Amazon? It may show a big discount off the original price but I believe the sale price has been on "sale" for a few weeks now...
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