Posted Mon Jan 16, 2012, 1:57pm Subject: Re: Vacuum Coffee Maker - where to get this model?
That's a Twinbird electric coffee siphon, which should at least be usable in US households. I can't seem to find any real distributors, these machines are mostly on ebay or other auction sites. So the answer is yes, you can buy them, but they might be used or something.
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Posted Tue Jan 17, 2012, 11:07pm Subject: Re: Vacuum Coffee Maker - where to get this model?
Are you looking for that EXACT vac brewer or ANY vac brewer? Vac pots are very common and they come in stove top and electric heating element counter models, then there are the ones that use heat lamps and those that use a candle or a lamp for table coffee brewing service.
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