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17oz Bodum Chambord French Press Coffee Maker w/ Locking Lid (Chrome) EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has 17oz Bodum Chambord French Press Coffee Maker w/ Locking Lid (Chrome) for $11.07. Shipping is free with Walmart+ (free 15-day trial) or on orders of $35 or more.

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About this item:
  • Brews flavorful coffee in 4 minutes
  • New design allows lid to close off spout to prevent spilling and better temperature control
  • Beaker made of ultra-light, heat-resistant borosilicate glass; handle and plunger knob made of bpa free plastic
  • 3-part stainless steel mesh filter helps extract your coffee's aromatic oils and subtle flavor
  • All parts are dishwasher safe

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Says you. The 34 ounce version of this exact model retails for 37 dollars. No one has ever paid 60 dollars for this.
Goes for $30 for the same model on Amazon. Bigger isn't always better... convenience comes at a cost. While this is a good price — I'm going to pass because I've broken too many glass carafes and have moved on to stainless steel — no more worry of breaking it while washing or tipping over on the drying mat.
+1. I own a Bodum and this is absolutely true. They use extremely thin, cheap glass, not sure why. There's literally zero reason to create an appliance with thinner glass than your everyday cup or bowl. I suspect a lot of their profits are from breakage.

The number of recurring French press customers has got to be a lot more profitable than the number of new French press customers who manage to never break a thin, fragile glass container..

Pyrex and Corning need to get into the French press game, because Bodum makes garbage.

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Fantastic price.
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Says you. The 34 ounce version of this exact model retails for 37 dollars. No one has ever paid 60 dollars for this.
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Says you. The 34 ounce version of this exact model retails for 37 dollars. No one has ever paid 60 dollars for this.
Goes for $30 for the same model on Amazon. Bigger isn't always better... convenience comes at a cost. While this is a good price — I'm going to pass because I've broken too many glass carafes and have moved on to stainless steel — no more worry of breaking it while washing or tipping over on the drying mat.
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If this is anything like the bodum pavina glasses, this will shatter if you even sneeze near it.
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If this is anything like the bodum pavina glasses, this will shatter if you even sneeze near it.
+1. I own a Bodum and this is absolutely true. They use extremely thin, cheap glass, not sure why. There's literally zero reason to create an appliance with thinner glass than your everyday cup or bowl. I suspect a lot of their profits are from breakage.

The number of recurring French press customers has got to be a lot more profitable than the number of new French press customers who manage to never break a thin, fragile glass container..

Pyrex and Corning need to get into the French press game, because Bodum makes garbage.
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I have bodum and can confirm they will break if you drop while washing. This is still a good price so f the haters I'm copping another. French press > your crappy drip
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+1. I own a Bodum and this is absolutely true. They use extremely thin, cheap glass, not sure why. There's literally zero reason to create an appliance with thinner glass than your everyday cup or bowl. I suspect a lot of their profits are from breakage.

The number of recurring French press customers has got to be a lot more profitable than the number of new French press customers who manage to never break a thin, fragile glass container..

Pyrex and Corning need to get into the French press game, because Bodum makes garbage.
4.6 out of 5 from 15316 reviews say otherwise. You're like saying you want a corvette, but in stainless steel. My son loves his 34oz and has had it a few years, never broken.

In for a 17oz for a great price. TY OP ~ Reps +4
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Goes for $30 for the same model on Amazon. Bigger isn't always better... convenience comes at a cost. While this is a good price — I'm going to pass because I've broken too many glass carafes and have moved on to stainless steel — no more worry of breaking it while washing or tipping over on the drying mat.
What brand/model do you recommend?

I'm not a coffee person, but my wife mainlines this stuff.
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Quote from WheelaDealer :
+1. I own a Bodum and this is absolutely true. They use extremely thin, cheap glass, not sure why. There's literally zero reason to create an appliance with thinner glass than your everyday cup or bowl. I suspect a lot of their profits are from breakage.

The number of recurring French press customers has got to be a lot more profitable than the number of new French press customers who manage to never break a thin, fragile glass container..

Pyrex and Corning need to get into the French press game, because Bodum makes garbage.
Thinner glass better resistance to thermal shocks.
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4.6 out of 5 from 15316 reviews say otherwise. You're like saying you want a corvette, but in stainless steel. My son loves his 34oz and has had it a few years, never broken.

In for a 17oz for a great price. TY OP ~ Reps +4
Bodum is the world's largest french press brand. No one is disputing that. What we're discussing is why they use inferior, weak glass that's easily broken with a metal spoon, a small drop, or a ding from a pot.

This Frieling won't: https://direct.frieling.com/friel..._p/fpm.htm
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Thinner glass better resistance to thermal shocks.
Strong enough to resist "thermal shocks" but weak enough to be shattered by a metal spoon when stirring.

Does that make sense to you? Pyrex figured it out, why can't Bodum?

It's a good deal for a cheap french press, but the glass is still trash.
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Bodum is the world's largest french press brand. No one is disputing that. What we're discussing is why they use inferior, weak glass that's easily broken with a metal spoon, a small drop, or a ding from a pot.

This Frieling won't: https://direct.frieling.com/friel..._p/fpm.htm
'The Chambord line is available in both borosilicate glass and recyclable shatterproof carafes The borosilicate glass is ultra-light and strong, has great heat- resistant properties. The Recyclable SAN Beaker is Shatterproof and provides a the same clean cup of French Press Coffee you expect that is even greener! Both carafes are dishwasher safe and will not get cloudy in the dishwasher."

Borosilicate is not "cheap" glass, as you say.
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This Frieling won't: https://direct.frieling.com/friel..._p/fpm.htm
$80 lol...this is slickdeals 😆
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