Zojirushi EC-DAC50 Zutto 5-Cup Drip Coffeemaker

April 15, 2015 - Comment

The Zutto collection is Zojirushi’s first collection of products that is designed and developed as a series of products. The concept of the Zutto collection was born as a result of the collaboration between Zojirushi and an interior designer in Japan. Unlike other Zojirushi products, the physical body of the Zutto was designed first, then

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The Zutto collection is Zojirushi’s first collection of products that is designed and developed as a series of products. The concept of the Zutto collection was born as a result of the collaboration between Zojirushi and an interior designer in Japan. Unlike other Zojirushi products, the physical body of the Zutto was designed first, then the inner technology. Zutto (Zoot-tow), meaning “always” in Japanese, is designed to be enjoyed and used universally, for any occasion, anytime. This new Zutto Drip Coffee Maker is a convenient 5 cup size.

Product Features

  • 650-watt drip coffeemaker brews up to 5 cups of coffee
  • Filter cone sits inside decanter making it more compact and easier to use
  • Concealed, removable water reservoir; automatic keep-warm function
  • Replaceable water filter; measuring spoon and user manual included
  • Measures 6 by 8-7/8 by 10-5/8 inches; 1-year limited warranty

Comments

Jay says:

Zojirushi EC-DAC50 Zutto 5-Cup Drip Coffeemaker This coffeemaker was a bit more expensive than others available, but the engineering on this thing is just unbelievable. My wife and I have been using it for about three months now, and we still marvel at how well it works, and the quality of the coffee it makes. Some of the things we really like include the fact that we can take the removable resevoir to the sink to fill it rather than try to pour water into the machine with the possibility of spilling it; the conical container for the grounds is in the coffee pot, so it is very easy to empty the grounds, and coffee doesn’t drip onto the heating plate after removing the pot; it uses a #2 paper filter, and I’ve found that a similarly sized Swiss Gold foil filter also works for those who don’t want the paper filter to soak up the coffee bean oils (but you’ll need to be a little more careful to hold the top on the pot when pouring the coffee if you don’t remove the filter first; And I could go on with the good things. I don’t believe…

Kimberly E. Beall "Sleepy Maggie" says:

Really pleased I had never heard of Zojirushi before but I was being very picky, holding out for a coffeemaker that makes 4-6 “cups” (aka two mugs,) uses a cone-bottom filter, and isn’t black or white. This is the ONLY coffe maker – on Earth, apparently – that met all my criteria. (OK I still would have liked it better if it came in red, but the soft gray color is kind of classy!) And I have to say I’m really pleased with it. The design is simple and elegant and the removable water reservoir is a great convenience; I don’t have to pull the whole coffee maker out from under the overhanging cabinets to get enough room to put the water in. 

Old Qwfwq says:

Coffee for the agnostic I am not a true believer, but a coffee agnostic. I allow for the existence of an angry coffee god whose strict rules must be followed to the letter, but I don’t operate under that assumption. Instead, I bask in the earthly pleasures of a daily cup of hot, black, strong coffee, and the Zishoruji is a perfect device of such hedonism. 

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