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$139 - Zojirushi CV-DCC50XT VE Hybrid Water Boiler and Warmer 5-Liter

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Zojirushi CV-DCC50XT VE Hybrid Water Boiler and Warmer 5-Liter

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https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00R4HKJEE/


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The 4-liter also had a price drop to $129

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00R4HKIV8/
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I have a 3L Zojirushi boiler and it was useful before our baby girl, but now it's essential. I have it connected to a wifi outlet and set it on schedule when we aren't home and to turn on an hour before we get home.
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Made in Japan?
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i wish it's 4L model, 5L is just waaaaay too big
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Good price. And this is the VE vacuum sealed version so lower energy consumption. I have 4 liter but since I drink so much tea, I wish I had the 5 liter one.
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4L is also on sale for $128.

Yes, made in Japan, and Vaccum-edition model too which is normally $$
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Made in Japan?
Made in Japan per description.

Only like a $10 difference between 4L and 5L, I want to save space so Is the 4L sufficient and save much more space than the 5L?
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Made in Japan per description.

Only like a $10 difference between 4L and 5L, I want to save space so Is the 4L sufficient and save much more space than the 5L?
4L and 5L are same space on counter, 5L is just taller. 25% less time spent filling when you get the 5L...
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What's the deal with the Teflon peeling or rusting mentioned in the reviews? is that item or user issue? if user, how to avoid?
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What's the deal with the Teflon peeling or rusting mentioned in the reviews? is that item or user issue? if user, how to avoid?
I bought the 4L last year. It's been great for making baby formula and tea, but I have the issue with the coating. I even bought their cleaner. They claim it's hard water, but it's not. The warranty is useless because the user is responsible to getting it to the "authorized service center" and back. The only one on the East Coast is in NYC.
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I bought the 4L last year. It's been great for making baby formula and tea, but I have the issue with the coating. I even bought their cleaner. They claim it's hard water, but it's not. The warranty is useless because the user is responsible to getting it to the "authorized service center" and back. The only one on the East Coast is in NYC.
Info much appreciated.
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I bought the 4L last year. It's been great for making baby formula and tea, but I have the issue with the coating. I even bought their cleaner. They claim it's hard water, but it's not. The warranty is useless because the user is responsible to getting it to the "authorized service center" and back. The only one on the East Coast is in NYC.
I have an old Tiger branded model but I stop using because it use a lot of electricity. It didn't have any peeling issue but it would have like these (minerals?) in the water if I didn't empty out and wash the container every so often. I'm not sure if that's the same issue you had. I wonder did you empty out and wash every so often or just refill water only? Maybe that contributed or this is completely different issue and the coating has problems.
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I have an old Tiger branded model but I stop using because it use a lot of electricity. It didn't have any peeling issue but it would have like these (minerals?) in the water if I didn't empty out and wash the container every so often. I'm not sure if that's the same issue you had. I wonder did you empty out and wash every so often or just refill water only? Maybe that contributed or this is completely different issue and the coating has problems.
I cleaned it about once a month. I've tried using the official Zojirushi cleaner (citric acid) and distilled white vinegar that others have claimed works. Those do take the mineral film off, but I now have pits on the bottom of my pot that I can feel and can tell that the coating has been compromised.
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Any idea what kind of nonstick coating they use on the inside? dunno what they use in water heaters but trying to phase out pfoa/ptfe in my cookware.
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I bought the 4L last year. It's been great for making baby formula and tea, but I have the issue with the coating. I even bought their cleaner. They claim it's hard water, but it's not. The warranty is useless because the user is responsible to getting it to the "authorized service center" and back. The only one on the East Coast is in NYC.
Thanks for the info. I live in NYC so they cannot mess up with me.
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