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Many water dispensers does hot and icycold water. Why this one?
Zojis are like Lexus of kitchen electronic items.
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"Hey guys, found this today while looking for a hot water heater."
Why would you need a heater for your hot water? It's already hot!

Next you'll want an ice freezer...
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I am not on either side of this debate, but for the people who think this is great, perhaps you can give us a use case scenario for this. Is it for people who drinks tea like 3-5 times a day and doesn't want to wait 5 minutes to boil water in a kettle? Or perhaps at a work environment or other enviroment without stove top available?
Almost exclusively for tea here, or at least in winter season. One annoying thing is that my model has no timer other than a max 10 hr sleep timer but I want it on in morning until I don't. There is no 'on timer or clock. I use an Alexa capable plug to fire it off in morning and call out a stop command, depending on the day.

Since work from home I just broke into box that contains the 1000th tea bag. We use for noodles and coffee pour over occasionally, but mostly tea.
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That is not the VE Hybrid. It's an inferior Micom CD-WCC40. The VE CV-DCC40/50, are made in Japan, this is probably made in China or Mexico. It also isn't vacuum insulated.

The price is average. You can get it at this price any time at Bed Bath Beyond with a 20% coupon, which are a dime a dozen: https://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/...mSkipPwa=1
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Those who fail to see the value of this item lack the power of imagination and only view the world through a tiny sliver of vision. I have many fond memories of eating hot instant ramyun after an exhilarating ski rides down Mammoth while others are waiting in long line to purchase overpriced and overcooked burger.
There's just a little bit of irony when you pay this much for a hot water heater to cook ramen yet downvote those buying overpriced hamburgers.
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It may seem strange to western culture, but in China/Taiwan it's strange to drink ice water. There is a belief that it is bad for digestion and people regularly consume water hot.
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There's just a little bit of irony when you pay this much for a hot water heater to cook ramen yet downvote those buying overpriced hamburgers.
Because it is not just about being frugal.
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Almost exclusively for tea here, or at least in winter season. One annoying thing is that my model has no timer other than a max 10 hr sleep timer but I want it on in morning until I don't. There is no 'on timer or clock. I use an Alexa capable plug to fire it off in morning and call out a stop command, depending on the day.

Since work from home I just broke into box that contains the 1000th tea bag. We use for noodles and coffee pour over occasionally, but mostly tea.
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It boils water and keeps it hot so you have instant hot water. Very convenient if you brew tea or coffee through out the day. Good for frequent tea drinkers and large groups. Or those that want instant hot water on tap.

It's overkill for those that don't use much hot water, for example if you just brew tea or coffee once a day.
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Those who fail to see the value of this item lack the power of imagination and only view the world through a tiny sliver of vision. I have many fond memories of eating hot instant ramyun after an exhilarating ski rides down Mammoth while others are waiting in long line to purchase overpriced and overcooked burger.
Thanks to those who replied to my question. I guess if you are drinking that much tea, you can make a case for this. However, at least to me, this seem like something that should be more in the $50-100 range than a 130-180 range device. I mean you can get an electric tea kettle for 20-50. Yes, it would be about half the capacity, but it could do basically the same thing.

I guess people will value how they spend their money differently. I guess 130 for this is still better than 300-500 for a video card. To each their own.
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It may seem strange to western culture, but in China/Taiwan it's strange to drink ice water. There is a belief that it is bad for digestion and people regularly consume water hot.
And there is a region in China that has a high rate of esophageal cancer because they drink too much very hot tea.
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Those who fail to see the value of this item lack the power of imagination and only view the world through a tiny sliver of vision. I have many fond memories of eating hot instant ramyun after an exhilarating ski rides down Mammoth while others are waiting in long line to purchase overpriced and overcooked burger.
Can't you accomplish that with a $20 tea kettle?

And isn't that scenario really more about getting a ski in ski out place (which usually costs more than a place near the mountain base) than having a $130 Zoji water heater? Most of those people waiting in line are probably not staying at a nearby place or else they wouldn't be waiting in line.

Finally, you are comparing spending $130 to have instant ramen full of msg and very little nutritional value vs spending $10 for a burger with meat?? Plus the hassle of packing this thing with you on vacation especially if you are flying.
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I'll stick with a $5.00 pan and 3.00 thermometer. This is a ridiculous waste of money !
I see the poors are on Slickdeals
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I see the poors are on Slickdeals
Yes, some of us are frugal, not poor

I used to have an insinkerator but they are so cheaply built that they last a couple years and then blow up. Very convenient
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Thanks to those who replied to my question. I guess if you are drinking that much tea, you can make a case for this. However, at least to me, this seem like something that should be more in the $50-100 range than a 130-180 range device. I mean you can get an electric tea kettle for 20-50. Yes, it would be about half the capacity, but it could do basically the same thing.

I guess people will value how they spend their money differently. I guess 130 for this is still better than 300-500 for a video card. To each their own.
There are cheaper choices for a water boiler, such as this $45 Rosewill, https://www.amazon.com/Rosewill-S...272&sr=8-3

And there are electric water kettles, such as this $220 Smeg, https://www.amazon.com/Smeg-Varia...315&sr=8-1

At least compare expensive apple with expensive orange.
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There are cheaper choices for a water boiler, such as this $45 Rosewill, https://www.amazon.com/Rosewill-S...272&sr=8-3

And there are electric water kettles, such as this $220 Smeg, https://www.amazon.com/Smeg-Varia...315&sr=8-1

At least compare expensive apple with expensive orange.
So how about you telling us why this 120 device is better than the 50 one? It boils water, not much to it.
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this model is made in china
In this case, that's a selling point
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