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Posted Sun Jul 4, 2010, 9:34am
Subject: Re: Help with replacement carafe?
 

Groch Said:

It may be discontinued.

Posted July 4, 2010 link

It's not, at least not in Canada anyway.

The Krups model for the carafe including the  lid/brew charmber is 046-42.   It used to sell for about $45.  I did a quick search and could not find any in stock.

Here at Krups Canada, it's only $19.95 & I posted about it just recently (Tues June 29th)., please check my post here: "Re: pressure brewer to replace krups moka brew"

Unfortunately it's Canadian sales only..

 
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Posted Sun Jul 18, 2010, 8:35pm
Subject: Re: Krups Moka Brew Pressure Brewer
 

Mark, the foam produced in the first half of the pot is probably the C02 bloom, being washed out of the coffee bed.  I did a brew of coffee in day 2 from roasting and ...gee whiz ...I had almost half a potful of it.

I agree with everything you said in your review.  

I am currently working through the prob of how to fill the basket with grinds while keeping them within the seal and not all over the counter and kitchen floor.

 
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Posted Sun Feb 9, 2014, 10:34am
Subject: Re: Krups Moka Brew Pressure Brewer
 

I see the last post here is from 2010.  I used the Moka brew when I lived in France and bought one long
Ago, as soon as is became available in the U.S.
Does anyone know where to get a new carafe for the moka brew?  Mine has a crack :(
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Posted Mon May 26, 2014, 10:05am
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REJOICE!!!!  The Krups Moka Brew is Back again in the USA  

It's in a new iteration, and available in just small quantities so far it seems.  

It's now called the Krups Moka Brewer, Model KM468850.  Also called the Krups T8.2.  

I have heard that electric Moka Brewers were the 1st coffeemakers made by Krups, starting in 1961, and that they have made 14 previous models.

Product Information here: http://www.krupsusa.com/moka%20brewer

It's now 10 Cups instead of 8, so the carafe is not the same. It has a permanent filter, so no need for handcrafting your own.  

I just ordered the last new one in stock on Amazon, though they will let you order for future delivery.  It looks like Seattle Coffee Gear has them on the way too.

I sold my last 2 on eBay a couple of years ago...I needed the cash and they were going for quite a premium.    I am thrilled they are back as another really different brewing choice.
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Posted Mon May 26, 2014, 10:32am
Subject: Re: Krups Moka Brew Pressure Brewer
 

Balikash Said:

I see the last post here is from 2010.........Does anyone know where to get a new carafe for the moka brew?  Mine has a crack :(

Posted February 9, 2014 link

I see the replacement carafes are now (May 2014) available though Amazon.com in the USA.

Click Here (www.amazon.com)

$40, ouch. Its model Krups 046 8 Cup Carafe - not sure if it comes with the illustrated top/filter basket or not.
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Posted Mon May 26, 2014, 10:47am
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Interesting. Good to see it back in action. Also interesting is that the price has increased since it was reintroduced on Amazon from about $137 to its current $147.

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dana_leighton Said:

Interesting. Good to see it back in action. Also interesting is that the price has increased since it was reintroduced on Amazon from about $137 to its current $147.

Posted May 26, 2014 link

Amazon has a very complicated algorithm that often is set to play with price and strike points when an item is introduced.

 
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