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Zojirushi Micom 135-Ounce Water Boiler (CD-WCC40)

Zojirushi Micom 135-Ounce Water Boiler (CD-WCC40)

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I would gladly buy this if it was available with the AUTO-VOLT feature, eg, 100volt-240volt rating.
I've heard these things are great, but what sets them apart from your regular electric kettle? Hoping someone who has one can share.
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Alpha279
Water boilers give you a lot more flexibility over the temp you want the water to be for longer periods of time, since you're telling it to keep the water at a constant temp. Always available instantly. Also, they are generally larger at 3L or 4L. Also, in a multi-person household with younger- and older-folks, they are much safer in dispensing hot water. People do not have to turn them on/off. More expensive models also double as a picnic thermos: you can unplug them and take them outdoors and "pump" the depression on the lid to dispense hot water when tailgating, picnicing, etc. Some cons: you and your cup/instant soup cup/etc go to the water boiler as opposed to an electric kettle lifts off the plate and can be taken to a table or somewhere else on the counter. OTOH, they are larger so you refill them less.
Alpha279
I bought 3 of this Zojirushi model about 7 years back. These things are great for kids in college dorms / apartments. Instant hot water for ramen / hot chocolate / coffee & tea.
And of course, us older folks appreciate hot water available instantly at the correct temperature for our high end coffee brewing needs. We don't have a ton of counter space, but this is one appliance that will always have a spot.
It's one of those weird things like a rice cooker. You don't have to have one, but once you've tried one, you can't imagine not having it.
I agree with @holygoat, if mine broke, I would immediately replace it.
Same price as on Amazon at the moment, and since I have Prime ...
I have the big brother of this, the CV-DCC50 (169 oz/5 liter). I liked it so much, I gave them as Christmas presents to my parents, my brother, and my girlfriend. If you like tea or noodles or anything that takes hot water, this is an awesome product you never knew you needed.
MikeR
I came here to say similar. I've had two of their water heaters for five years. They're workhorses and they seem to last forever.
$102 delivered with Amazon Prime....
mohawkTrail
Plus about $9 tax where I am. I'm using mine today. I really wanted the smaller one but it was $15 more.
I used one of these at a hotel a week or two ago, it was pretty sweet!
Delayed, and I've cancelled my order. Disappointing.
Still no updates, no shipping information, no help from Massdrop. I should've known better, and paid extra elsewhere.
No updates since the order completed, any idea if this is on track?
$111.99 shipped from Amazon. Quite a mediocre 'deal'.
Is the inner lining non-stick stainless or ceramic or plastic or something else?
Personman
https://www.zojirushi.com/app/product/cdwcc non-stick stainless it seems
I have had one of these I used daily for 4 yrs or so. I make both tea and coffee with it, really convenient, and solidly made product.
For those of us in Canada, it's listed as $209+HST (so $236 CAD) on Amazon Canada. This Massdrop price (including shipping) would end up being cheaper for us ($132USD to $170CAD). Still a good deal for some if you don't mind waiting the extra time to the ship date.
KoburaV4
Where are you shipping to? I'm getting $147 USD (109.99 + 37) to Toronto.
Thriolith
You're right, $37 on shipping to Toronto (I neglected to look at the $15 gift they sent me for that SA cap delay, derp...) still cheaper though than Amazon Canada at around $188 on conversion.
Same price shipped at Amazon.
Tigole
Appears to currently be $132 on Amazon. Am I missing something? http://a.co/iru4w7y
Though price history indicates that it was $90 on Amazon about 2 weeks ago.