Pebo Vacuum Coffee Maker

The Pebo Vacuum Coffee Maker, designed by Peter Bodum in 1950, is a Danish-designed, stovetop coffee maker that uses a vacuum method to brew gourmet coffee. This coffee maker offers an entertaining and visually appealing way of brewing that creates an appetizing treat for you and your guests.

Once placed on an electric or gas stove, the water boils up into the upper globe to saturate the coffee grounds. After removing the coffee maker from the heat source and placing it on its trivet, the coffee filters down through the tube and into the carafe. The vacuum process produces exceptional coffee that retains its natural oils, unlike most coffees made in the conventional coffee maker. Brew superior gourmet coffee with the Pebo Vacuum Coffee Maker!
Pebo Vacuum Coffee Maker
Price: Only $89.95
Pebo Vacuum Coffee Maker
3.5 Stars based on 6 Review(s)
Denton, TX
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Bodum Santos capacity
April 19, 2013
FYI - Holds 34 ounces of water. This method of preparation is worth the extra brewing time!

2 Stars

Good coffee - glass is too thin, easily broken
November 17, 2012
I love the coffee I can make with this brewer! However, the Bodum glass is very thin and easily broken. Mine cracked on it's own! It is possible that I dinged the glass while washing it but, if I did it wasn't obvious or visible because I checked it when washing. However, while it was steeping the coffee I heard a "snick" sound and then a hissing. When I went over to check it there was a long crack about 2" long around the base and the vacuum was pulling air in. Even if I did something to make that happen I shouldn't have to be as careful as I was with it. They need to use thicker glass. Otherwise it's a fantastic way to make coffee and if I can't find a better unit I will buy another Bodum simply because I'm spoiled and want my awesome coffee back.

Thomas Sheriff
Houston, TX
3 Stars

Interesting and fun to toy with, but no better than a press.
November 29, 2011
It is a fun toy to experiment with, but you might as well use a French Press which is way simpler and easier to deal with. I use a can of sterno to heat it because it enhances the chemistry set feel to the project. Getting the grind consistency and the little finicky tricks to brewing the proper strength takes a few trys, but you will have some fun.

Coffee Lover
2 Stars

Good Coffee
August 8, 2011
This makes good coffee but better tea. We are on our 3rd one and now only use it for tea. The 1st one the pot cracked less than a month after purchase. The 2nd one exploded while the coffee was draining. Glass, coffee and grounds all over the kitchen. We have used this product with special care, never used high heat and never let it unattended. Will never purchase another one. The reason for having 3 was we received a free replacement from the company we bought it from and also emailed the manufacture about it and they also sent us a new one.

Shady Glenn
Atlanta, GA
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great coffee
June 7, 2011
I've owned this coffee maker for about 3 years now. It makes very good, tasty coffee. I handle it gingerly whenever I wash it because the parts are not available separately. If you break a piece, you have to buy a whole new unit. I highly recommend the Bodum Santos for good coffee!
Brews great coffee.
The price! Ridiculous.

5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great Coffee Maker....
April 1, 2011
This coffee maker is made of regular thin glass (it is NOT tempered) and any slight bump or tap on the top funnel will shatter the glass. This occurred to me while gently washing the funnel top piece and was cut in several places. I used it exactly four times. The replacement funnel is the biggest ripoff since Madoff. It costs $60 to replace the top funnel piece and whole item is only $66 through Google Checkout. It is made in China and my guess is the product is no more than $10 delivered stateside. Sooooo....I had to buy the whole item once more and did not receive any consideration from coffeeam...there advice was to go to the distributor and buy a replacement part. Good coffee but safety says treat it with kid gloves.
good coffee
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