Summary: Measure coffee, boil water, pour water, press out grounds, enjoy! Can't get easier than that, for a great tasting cup of coffee that beats drip coffee hands down. I use mine for camping in my teardrop trailer where there is not power and don't need to make more than I can drink at one setting, won't use anything else from now on. Simply Love it.
Summary: I've had this for 6 months now, and it works great. The red is more of a coppery red in person, so I don't recommend buying this to match red things in your kitchen. I only hand wash it and the red coating has started to chip, so it's not as pretty as it once was. But that doesn't really bother me, as long as it continues to work well.
Summary: I don't use this every morning due to time constraints, but always wish I could. This makes the best cup of coffee I have ever had. Clean up is reasonably easy and it is dishwasher safe. I suggest getting something to decant the coffee into after brewing.
Summary: I have been using this for about 4 months and it is falling apart. The red coating on the metal is flaking off, the plastic top has separated, which is two separate molded pieces that are pressed together, and the plastic handle has cracked. The handle is cheap plastic and held on by two screws that do not do their job very well. The entire thing feels flimsy and cheap.
Summary: I can't argue at all with the basic details of this pot, or with its ability to turn out fantastic cups of coffee (or frothed milk, or tea, whichever your game.) My warning is, however, not to buy this particular pot. The red shade is beautiful at first, but it doesn't last. No part of this pot has ever seen anything but hand washing in gentle soap, and the red paint is flaking off all over, whether from removing the beaker for cleaning or, in the case of the lid, from...