Bodum Chambord French Press Review

Bodum Chambord French Press
Overall Rating
92
Coffee Quality (40%)
93
Design & Features (20%)
90
Durability (20%)
93
Ease of Use (10%)
95
Brand Reputation (10%)
90
The Bottom Line
Brew deliciously muddy and complex coffee with the Bodum Chambord French Press. It comes in 4 sizes from 12 oz to 51 oz and is made of highly-durable borosilicate glass and stainless steel for easy, long-term use.
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Key Features of the Bodum Chambord French Press

Key Features of Bodum Chambord French Press

Bodum Chambord French Press Overview

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Bodum Chambord French Press
Brew deliciously muddy and complex coffee with the Bodum Chambord French Press. It comes in 4 sizes from 12 oz to 51 oz and is made of highly-durable borosilicate glass and stainless steel for easy, long-term use.

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