Summary: Pot's pan has rust after 2 years of use. I bought this pot on March 1st 2012. Initially I was very happy with it, until earlier this year I found that pan inside the pot has corroded and the leak is imminent. In my honest opinion, service life of 2 years only for a pot with $150 sticker on it is totally not acceptable. I'm very sorry that I talked my wife into this purchase.
Summary: Zojirushi really makes great products! I have been using this electric dispensing pot for 5 years now. I use it every day. It's so good that I even bought one for my in-law. I think the dispensing pot likes bottle water (like drinking water) more because the filtered tap water does get built-up.
Summary: Never go wrong with Zojirushi Brand, they make the best and most reliable Electric Dispensing Pot compare to other brand. Since this is a Dispensing Pot, no need to go all detail about it on this review, i will summarized it with Pro/Cons.. Pro: 1) Most reliable and best brand for Dispensing pot compare to other brand 2) Push of a button for hot water to come out 3) Adjustable temperature for your needs 4) Easy to use button, nothing complicated 5) Must hit unlock button...
Summary: I purchased 2 of these Zojirushi CD-LCC40 hot water dispensing pots on Feb 16, 2003 and they are both still working great. All I had had to do is replace the top gasket a few years ago (available directly for Zojirushi for very reasonable cost) it was very easy to do. This is a finely built real work-horse machine. Every now in then you will need to clean the lime deposits from the water(depending on your water source). I use 1/2 vinegar and 1/2 water, about a qt.
Summary: I've been wanting one of these for a long time now. I finally found a used one here for a great price. It was in great shape and holds enough water to last several days. It has 3 settings: 175/195/208 degrees. It also has the 7 hour timer for 195 or 208 so its not on all night. I keep it on 195 so I can have a fresh cup of coffee or tea any time of the day without waiting for a kettle to boil. It also comes in handy for oatmeal, noodles and soup.
Summary: My Zojirushi arrived completely broken and unusable, they argeed to replace it, then informed me the box arrived to them empty so they will not replace it or return my money unless I can get the postal service to find it! Meanwhile, they still have my money and I have no hotwater pot! I DO NOT recommend this company!!! My current Zojirushi however, works very well and I have no complaints about it, I just needed a second one for my business.
Summary: After two years of daily usage, a few rusty spots developed on the nonstick coating at the bottom of the water boiler. Since the rust eats away the Teflon coating and exposes the layer underneath, it's probably not safe to use anymore, considering Teflon residue, rust and metal from the eroded stainless steel layer can leach into hot boiling water. It's a shame as the unit otherwise works well.