[Homeroast] Broken Yama Vac Pot Base
Ryan M. Ward
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Thu Feb 4 01:18:52 CST 2010
Ryan M. Ward
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> Date: Wed, 3 Feb 2010 16:18:29 -0800
> From: bonnie.polkinghorn at gmail.com
> To: homeroast at lists.sweetmariascoffee.com
> Subject: [Homeroast] Broken Yama Vac Pot Base
> Add another not so pretty sight to the list of Yama Vac Pot disasters.
> The bottom of the 8 cup pot is a simple coffee pot, it is all glass and has
> a neck at the top with a metal ring around it, and a handle attached. On
> top of the metal ring is the pour spout.
> This morning, as I have done every morning for a long time, I poured the
> boiling water into the bottom of the Vac Pot. I lifted it up by the handle,
> and the entire neck of the vac pot came off. I had the handle in one hand,
> and the base was still on the counter. An almost perfect break.
> Luckily, I have an emergency backup drip brewer.
> As far as disasters go, at least there was no mess, no shards of broken
> glass anywhere, no boiling water spewing all over. Most importantly, no
> wasted roasted beans! I can probably order a replacement pot, too. I
> think it looks so funny with the handle separate from the bowl.
> I'm glad I can share the humor of the situation with you all, too.
> -Bonnie P.
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