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Zojirushi Water Boilers and Warmers - 4L CV-DSC40 VE Stainless $138.25, CD-WBC40 $80.98, FREE SHIPPING

willone01 67 February 23, 2013 at 10:56 AM in Home & Home Improvement (8) More casa.com Deals
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casa.com has 30% coupon (maxed at $30): CASA30AFF

http://www.casa.com/p/zojirushi-c...mer-237676
Zojirushi CV-DSC40 Vacuum Electric Stainless Steel 4L Hybrid
$168.25 - $30 = $138.25 FREE SHIPPING

Lowest price on Amazon and Fleebay is $150+

http://www.casa.com/p/zojirushi-c...mer-274455
Zojirushi CV-WBC40 Micom 4L
$110.98 - $30 = $80.98 FREE SHIPPING

Lowest price on Amazon and Fleebay is $100+




There are also other versions but the saving is not as good as the two 4L models above.
CV-WBC30 (3L Micom) for $107.05 - $30 = $77.05
Amazon $100+

CV-DYC40 (4L VE Stainless battery model) for $192.74 - $30 = $162.74
Amazon $180+

CW-PZC30 (3L boiler only) for $87.67 - $26.3 (30%) = $61.37
Amazon $80+

CW-PZC22FC (2.2L boiler only) for $82.05 - $24.62 (30%) = $57.43

Amazon $70+



Looks like Casa does regular searching on SD, only the two units with links got the price increased $6.5 and $4. Others remain the same.:omg:
THEY CHANGED THE PRICE BACK (as of 6:38AM PST 2/24/13)

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#31
Maybe someone can change the prices in the thread title since they're no longer valid?
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#32
They are OK deal, Kohls may sell at little cheaper price sometime if you want to wait. I own few Zujirushi products, great quality but little overpriced....
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#33
Hamilton Beach stainless steel hot pot @ Costco for $19. It takes 1 minutes to boil and you won't pay for electricity to keep the remain warm all time
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#34
NOTE: WBC40 & WBC30 are MADE IN CHINA. The rest Zojirushi are made in Japan.
Made in China tent to leak after warranty end. I will spend little bit more for made in Japan one =)
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#35
People suggesting a kettle are comparing two totally different products..

This is made for people who want a lot of hot water throughout the day and don't feel like waiting for a boil every time and having to refill it every other time. These things are also godsends for any tea lovers that drink green, oolong, white, or any tea that requires lower than boiling. You can set these so they stay at 195 or 175. If you're drinking a few pots a day, it's well worth it.

The newer pots have a lot of energy saving options, I believe the new ones use about 20W an hour to keep it at 208 and less at lower temps.. if you use the timer and keep it on for 14 hours a day you're looking at it costing about $10 a year. It's not that much if you love tea.

It's also great for other things too.. having oatmeal instantly without waiting for a boil, different coffees (vacuum, french, pourover, etc), rice, noodles, pasta boiling, etc.. it's nice to instantly have it if needed.

These are also incredibly well made, I got mine free after a tea shop closed down but they had it for 6+ years and on constantly (never used the timer apparently), and now I've had it for about 2 years after so 8 years now. I've gotta say though it's sadly now starting to flake a bit inside, so it's time to go.. but I can't really recommend them enough.
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#36
I have the ridiculously high end hybrid one but to be honest the problem is that the 4L models are too damned tall...I've tried in 3 different apartments and in none of them does it fit under the sink to refill. I bought my mom the 3L Micom model and it's much easier to fill in the sink. I wish they'd make a hybrid version that was shorter so it wasn't such a pain to fill-I end up having to fill it one glass at a time.

I will also say that if you actually use a thermometer to check the temps you'd find that the temps aren't that precise, or just the act of pouring it out of the boiler cools the water a lot...it's usually more like 185F by the time it hits the container even if it's a heated container on the 195F setting so I pretty much always keep it at 195 and just let it cool a little extra for green tea.

These are phenomenal if you're a big time tea drinker. One of these plus an ingenuitea is way faster and more versatile than that crazy automatic tea maker that you can get.

On the downside even on the made in japan hybrid model I got corrosion on the inside after a while =(
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Quote from Appleanche View Post :
These are also incredibly well made, I got mine free after a tea shop closed down but they had it for 6+ years and on constantly (never used the timer apparently), and now I've had it for about 2 years after so 8 years now. I've gotta say though it's sadly now starting to flake a bit inside, so it's time to go.. but I can't really recommend them enough.
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On the downside even on the made in japan hybrid model I got corrosion on the inside after a while =(
By flake and corrode, I'm curious about how you guys dealt with the natural buildup of scale on walls of the pot. I live in Southern California, so we have really hard water; I've had one of these pots under constant use for about 6 years now and descale it every ~6 months using citric acid I buy on Amazon (you could use vinegar too, but that leaves a more unpleasant aftertaste) and I don't have either of those problems. I'm thinking maybe you guys might have scraped the lining off the inside of the pot by manually removing the scale with something rough like steel wool?

Anyway, yet another use for this is for an instant hot water bath for heating up baby bottles since you're not supposed to microwave breast milk. Sure, you could microwave the water, then plunk the bottle in it, or boil it on the stove, but when you have a crying newborn this is a pretty convenient option too. look around
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#38
Quote from Kaede View Post :
Don't like the bait and switch.. shows 168.25 on http://www.casa.com/buy?s=CV-DSC40 but when you actually click it, it shows 174.99 now..
Quote from umopdn View Post :
Bait and switch... Frown CASA, bite me. I will wait for it to go on sale elsewhere.
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+1 +1


-1 for CASA
Quote from gkdoudou View Post :
Me too

I would rather wait
Quote from MozartA View Post :
Yes, looks like they increased the price.
Quote from davidhood View Post :
Maybe someone can change the prices in the thread title since they're no longer valid?
Price back to original now!
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#39
I always wanted this hybrid model, but cud not justify the price. So few months back when this Panny went on sale for 50 I got this . No complaints

http://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-N...ter+boiler
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#40
From what I see, these boilers have a non-stick, i.e. plastic-coated, interior. This is not good for your health as plastic will leach into your water especially at high temperatures in the pot. Stainless steel kettles are safer.
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Quote from VegasSmitty View Post :
$99
http://www.hmart.com/shopnow/shop...p?p=707314
only 2.2 liter capacity Bonk
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#42
Quote from Seylerc View Post :
Please excuse my ignorance but what is the difference between the "dispensing pot" and the "boiler/warmer" models?
pretty much the same, what they all do is keep water warm/hot and you can dispense water straight out of the pot.

I had one for about 5 or 6 years, found minor surface rust on the inside lining, threw it out
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#43
I got mine at Goodwill. I did not know a thing about them, and saw 3 or 4 before a decided to spend the $8.88 on it. It was barely used. I descaled it and wiped out the inside with soft cloth and boiled 2 pots to rinse. Not a scratch on the inside. I use it for pourover coffee, tea, starter for crockpot meals, especially crockpot oatmeal, hot water when cooking, to heat up coffee and tea mugs, and to rinse things. City is always working on our water and shutting off supply in the am with no warning. I have plenty of hot water to wash face and get ready for work. I use filtered water in it from Brita.
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Quote from graure View Post :
By flake and corrode, I'm curious about how you guys dealt with the natural buildup of scale on walls of the pot. I live in Southern California, so we have really hard water; I've had one of these pots under constant use for about 6 years now and descale it every ~6 months using citric acid I buy on Amazon (you could use vinegar too, but that leaves a more unpleasant aftertaste) and I don't have either of those problems. I'm thinking maybe you guys might have scraped the lining off the inside of the pot by manually removing the scale with something rough like steel wool?

Anyway, yet another use for this is for an instant hot water bath for heating up baby bottles since you're not supposed to microwave breast milk. Sure, you could microwave the water, then plunk the bottle in it, or boil it on the stove, but when you have a crying newborn this is a pretty convenient option too. look around
I don't have that much scale in mine and never have, I use an Amazon descale solution (mainly citric acid apparently)

One thing that happened is this was without any water in storage for about 6 months so that might not have helped, the lining is peeling off in very fine bits.
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#45
The price has been reduced, and the coupon still works. I ended up buying one at the discounted price. With tax it was 149.9x shipped to Texas. Casa folks, if you are reading this, don't bait and switch again... Gives you bad rep, and you almost lost a customer for life!
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