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KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Machine Stainless Steel KCM4212SX $59 (Was $199) C&C Only @ Myer via eBay AU

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This deal has been posted before.

Myer has it for sale again.

Smooth, rich-bodied flavor: Cold brew and iced coffee maker keeps your favorite beverage available and tasting great in the morning or any time throughout the day.

Small footprint: Ideal fit for any refrigerator or kitchen counter.

Easy to use: Simply fill with coffee and cold water, steep and enjoy.

19 servings: Mix 2 oz of coffee concentrate with every 6 oz of your favorite milk, water or ice.

Long-lasting: the KitchenAid cold brew coffee maker brews 38 oz of coffee concentrate that stays fresh in the fridge for up to 2 weeks.

Always on tap: Turn your fridge into a coffee bar with a built in stainless steel tap that dispenses your cold brew from your refrigerator. Coffee maker also has a carrying handle for easy portability.

Streamlined Design: Beautiful, streamlined design with glass and stainless steel components to preserve taste, for easy use and cleaning.

Versatile and reliable: Reusable Stainless Steel Steeper allows you to brew the beverage of your choice and is labeled with fill level indicators to take the guesswork out of the brewing process.

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  • +1 vote

    price in title

  • -1 vote

    This was $29 on previous deals.

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      $29 + $15 delivery on eBay.
      $44 bucks then hey?

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    How does this compare to the Hario?

    https://alternativebrewing.com.au/product/hario-cold-brew-po...

    Edit: KitchenAid recommends 250g coffee + 1.25L of water. Hario recommends 80g coffee + 1L of water.

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      Im using Hario and its perfect for 80g of coffee + 1L of water. For 250g of coffee, i think you need to dilute it with water

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      I bought one of these when they were last on sale to replace a Twohundredº I received as a gift which is fairly similar to what you linked

      It takes up more room in the fridge (must be on a shelf rather than in the door) but has a tap for easy pouring without having to take it out. It's also very solid, the glass is a similar thickness to a pyrex tray, all the finishings seem to be stainless steel. There is some plastic on the bottom where the tubing is.

      The filter works well, and it makes about 1.2L (10+ servings) of cold brew concentrate from 250g of ground coffee. The sediment catch in the bottom does a decent job of keeping the solids that make it through the filter basket out of your glass. Cleaning is easy, run it under the tap with the nozzle open to flush the pipe, wipe down the interior.

      I would never recommend at RRP but if you make cold brew regularly this price is great.

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        Quick question for you… a couple of comments below (from Sleuth and dylanando) mention that the unit has poor reviews and it leaks.

        What has your experience been like?

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          I got this at the last $60 deal and would recommend. No issues with leaking the times I have kept the brew in it.

          Prior to this I used to use a jug and "manually" filter. This makes it so much easier; removes far more sediment, dealing with the grind is simple, and whole process is much cleaner. I do usually transfer the cold brew to another more convenient container for storage once the brew is complete, but purely for fridge space. If I didn't have a family worth of food to store I would prefer to keep in the vessel and use the tap.

          I agree at RRP not worth it at all, but for $60 it has made it so much simpler.

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          In three months of constant use I have not had any issues with leaking at all.

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          Highly recommended. Have it for more than a month now with constant use. No leak issue so far. It feels very heavy and sturdy. It’s great for summer.

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      Looking at that contraption and having used the Kitchenaid version. The two items do not compare. Apples with oranges. Kitchenaid version is much better.

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    Keep getting this error, the store still lists the item as stock available. "This item isn't available in the requested quantity. It may have been purchased already, or the listing has expired."

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    Pick up only

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    Is myer only doing instore pick ups for everything or is that an error?

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    I ordered this last week click and collect, but they refunded me without any explanation, so I'm guessing it's OOS…

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    I looked at these previously and was unimpressed with the reviews.

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    Yeah these leak, you would think that it should hold liquid.

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    Bummed that only a really far myer has it showing

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    Fill stocking with coarse coffee grounds. Tie and seal. Put in bucket. Fill bucket with water. Put in fridge. Wait 12-24hrs. Done

    • +2 votes

      using used ones for additional aromatic infusion?

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        If you like your cold brew fishy then yes, by all means :P

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      Kmart pitcher works pretty good but I further filter half of it with a paper filter

      Never tried a stocking, but seems it would be more expensive over time

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    One of my best purchases last year.

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    Im happy with a mason jar and overst from ikea. everything for 15 aud.
    i grind the coffee, into the mason jar, pour water, close and shake, store in fridge for 12 hours, shake, store for another 12 hours and filter with overst into another mason jar. i used to have 200 degrees and asobu which either broke or fell apart after some time, and cleaning was a major pain (for asobu at least). after switching, cleaning was such a breeze.

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      I would stir gently, not shake. You don't want to agitate the grounds too much Mr Bond.

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        I use dark roast so the grounds float to the top so I need to shake. its not vigorous shaking. more like to get the grounds go down. with medium roast, stirring is fine.

  • +2 votes

    don't bother. the link still works for some reason but they will cancel your order as they don't have stock. I have 1 already and its one of my favourite purchases. Thats why I wanted a second for work (FIFO). This goes really well with Victtoria whole beans from Woolies/Coles when at half price. coarse blend and steep for 24hrs. I'm not a coffee drinker before but this has Changed me! lol.. Also this looks solid and beautiful in the fridge =D

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      I could not believe my eyes when I saw the price again. Got one for my parents this Christmas - it is going off. I need one for me now - QQ

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        try you luck, but if you actually went on the Myers ebay store, the item isn't listed anymore but the link will still take you to the item. I purchased this 3 times over 2 weeks through a link from a friend and all three were cancelled and refunded.

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          Currently it's asking me to come and collect it. We don't have Myers here. Honestly I had a cold brew this morning from this thing, it is something to behold.

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            @Budju: Would serve you better if you drink it rather than behold it

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              @TEER3X: I behold it then I drink it. Two step process

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    Dumb question. What's cold brew? Can you heat it to make a hot coffee?

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      In my case;
      Make coffee
      Get absorbed on work (or game/automation project)
      realise I have a coffee
      Enjoy Cold Brew,

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    Ordered this yesterday. Got the refund today. Looks like there's no stock

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    I placed several orders. All cancelled and refunded. 😑

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    i oedered last night, and found the order was cancelled this morning——out of stock…

  • +1 vote

    There are still some in store for $59 even though it is not on the myer website. Got the last one in Miranda

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    Was able to order one today and just received email from Myer that order is received and being prepared

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      Nope. Just got refunded