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Topic: PINO Problem - Other Brand of Kettle (3 msgs / 90 lines)
1) From: Gary Raabe
Sam;I love my Zojirushi water boiler.http://www.zojirushi.com/products/cvdscIt is vacuum insulated and uses much less electricity in "keep hot" mode Plus, I have up to 4 liters INSTANTLY available. (I hate to wait for water). It has four setpoints, 175, 195, 208, & 212 degrees that it will keep the water at. It will set you back about $160 though. GaryCincinnati, OH
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From: sam
To: homeroast
Date: Wed, 31 Aug 2011 12:10:00 -0400
Subject: Re: [Homeroast] PINO Problem
The same thing happened to me - the water level gauge kept falling out so I
just removed it.  Not a big deal, when I need to measure for the french
press I just use a measuring cup.
 
I just emailed PINO about the problem I'm having - maybe they can suggest a
way to fix it.  In case they can't, anybody used another brand of kettle
with a temperature sensor that they like?
 
-sam
 
On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 6:02 PM, Jeffrey Kelly wrote:
 
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2) From: g paris p
I solved the pot problem for the loonies in my house who want instant hot
water and
got a basic Keurig pod machine. 18 seconds and they get 7 1/2 oz of water or
less time for 5 1/2 oz's.
they do not use pods but cam have hot choc, folgers or whatever they want.
friend sent me some southern sweet iced tea pods and the stuff is great.
ginny
On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 6:49 PM, Gary Raabe wrote:
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3) From: sci
I have a Zojirushi like that too. Vacuum insulation makes it pretty
efficient. I can load 4L of water in the morning, and have piping hot 208F,
195F, or 175F water all day long on demand.  I can vouch for it as a high
quality and performance machine. Zoji makes great products.
Ivan
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Date: Wed, 31 Aug 2011 21:49:40 -0400
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Sam;I love my Zojirushi water boiler.http://www.zojirushi.com/products/cvdscIt is vacuum insulated and uses much
less electricity in "keep hot" mode Plus, I have up to 4 liters INSTANTLY
available. (I hate to wait for water). It has four setpoints, 175, 195, 208,
& 212 degrees that it will keep the water at. It will set you back about
$160 though. GaryCincinnati, OH
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From: sam
To: homeroast
Date: Wed, 31 Aug 2011 12:10:00 -0400
Subject: Re: [Homeroast] PINO Problem
The same thing happened to me - the water level gauge kept falling out so I
just removed it.  Not a big deal, when I need to measure for the french
press I just use a measuring cup.
I just emailed PINO about the problem I'm having - maybe they can suggest a
way to fix it.  In case they can't, anybody used another brand of kettle
with a temperature sensor that they like?
-sam
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