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Zojirushi Fresh Brew - Mike Yokitis's Review
Posted: July 2, 2006, 12:41pm
review rating: 4.3
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Arrow The Zojirushi Fresh Brew has 40 Reviews
Arrow The Zojirushi Fresh Brew has been rated 7.44 overall by our member reviewers
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Luke Yegerlehner 8.33
Rich Gore 8.25
Joe Marsh 8.25
Nancy Padberg 7.50
Loren Elliot 7.30

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Ratings and Stats Overall Rating: 7.8
Manufacturer: Zojirushi Quality: 7
Average Price: $90.00 Usability: 8
Price Paid: $80.00 Cost vs. Value 8
Where Bought: newegg.com Aesthetics 8
Owned for: 4+ years Overall 8
Writer's Expertise: I like coffee Would Buy Again: Yes
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Bottom Line: I consider this machine a great value -- Great coffee (IMO) for under $100.
Positive Product Points

Great coffee
Good vacu-pot
Takes standard permanent filter
H2O level float

Negative Product Points

A bit tall
H2O float sticks at bottom (not a big deal)
Documentation is (barely) acceptable.  Quite short in length.

Detailed Commentary

This is my first "real" drip coffee maker.  I did my research here on coffeegeek.com (thanks everyone for your reviews, was a fantastic resource!).

I consider this machine a great value -- Great coffee (IMO) for under $100.

The machine is kinda tall and barely fits under my kitche cupboards, so I need to move it out to fill the machine since the lid flips-up.  But I can live with that.

The machine takes a standard #4 cone filter, and I found permanent filter at Target that fits perfectly.

My wife was skeptical I was paying "so much" for a coffee maker, but now I think she's glad I did as she really enjoys it as well ("Hmmm, so this is what really hot coffee tastes like").

We usually don't drink alot (<4 of the "small" cups per morning), so I thought I needed a machine that has an "Under 4 cups" button.  This machine doesn't have one but it doesn't matter, as the brew seems consistant whether I brew 3 cups or 8.

I've only used the timer once but it did work perfectly.

Buying Experience

Smooth.  No surprises.

Three Month Followup

Still working well.

One Year Followup

Actually a 4 year followup . . . bought the machine in '06, just died 9/1/10.  Still enjoyed the coffee it brewed for these 4 years but now looking for something diff.  Am I willing to drop the bucks for a Technovurm?

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