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Most cold brew coffee makers have to drain fully before you can pour coffee, which can take well over a day. Trying to remove the carafe before then will cause the coffee to spill. This coffee maker has a switch that allows you to start or stop draining coffee. It also has volume markings to let you know when there's enough coffee for a single cup. See More
This coffee maker produces a lot of static electricity, causing residue to easily stick to its parts. You'll have to clean it often so the residue doesn't start affecting the flavor of your coffee. It's not dishwasher safe either, so you'll have to do it by hand. See More
This cold brew coffee maker has no measurement markings, so it can be tricky to get the proportions right. If you use too much water and too little coffee, the brew will be too weak. If you have too much coffee and too little water, some of the coffee will get wasted because no water will reach it. See More