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Posted Mon Nov 26, 2012, 7:07am
Subject: Technivorm Thermoking not available in US; what to use in small office?
 

I have a Technivorm at home and would love to get a plumbed-in version for the office, but the Thermoking isn't sold in the US. And it looks like all the models I can find abroad have 220V heating elements instead of the 110V-ish we need here.

So I'm looking for other options. I found the AcquaBrew and Grindmaster.

Any opinion on these or any others? And definitely let me know if you've imported a Thermoking and have it working!
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Posted Mon Nov 26, 2012, 8:52am
Subject: Re: Technivorm Thermoking not available in US; what to use in small office?
 

Go forth and choose.
http://www.bunn.com/products/index.html
http://www.wilburcurtis.com/coffee-brewers.html
http://www.newcocoffee.com/brewers.htm

There are more out there but these are the majority of the commercial makers. They all have both pour over and plumb in with models in both voltages and all from these makers will brew coffee properly.

 
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