Bodum K11143-16 Chambord Set, Tea Maker With Plastic Filter (Pot With Tea Warmer), 1.3L, With Rechaud, Silver/Black, From £8.98 (Prime), £12.97 (Non-Prime), Various Grades @ Amazon Warehouse
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Bodum K11143-16 Chambord Set, Tea Maker With Plastic Filter (Pot With Tea Warmer), 1.3L, With Rechaud, Silver/Black, From £8.98 (Prime), £12.97 (Non-Prime), Various Grades @ Amazon Warehouse

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Found 25th AprEdited by:"louiselouise"
£8.98 Used - Good
£9.49 Used - Very Good
£9.80 Used - Like New


(There is a cheaper "Used - Acceptable" listing, but, from experience, "Acceptable" has never been great - I've been buying from Warehouse on and off for years!).

Full price £46.90 on Amazon at the moment.

There are two pages of these on Amazon Warehouse. This Bodum Pot Set may appeal to all you loose tea junkies, who like their cuppa to be kept warm throughout.

A few years ago boyf dug out an antique teapot warmer given to him by an elderly neighbour (a tealight candle in the middle keeps the brew warm) - we loved it so much we wondered why there wasn't a modern equivalent.

I assumed it was a thing of the past! Just found one tonight!

Edit: I assume I could use my stainless steel cafetiere (for coffee) with the pot stand, as well. Obviously, don't use your lit tealight unattended Stay safe

  • Made out of heat-resistant borosilicate glass
  • Transparent Filter Infuser
  • Dishwasher safe
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2931178.jpgFrom teemaschinetest.com/bod…ne/

The Bodum K11143-16 tea maker is a tea maker set consisting of a rechaud made of stainless steel with a tealight and a teapot made of high quality glass. The heat-resistant borosilicate glass of the teapot is protected by a solid chrome-plated steel frame.
The pot is particularly easy to clean. The lid of the teapot is made of stainless, high quality stainless steel.
In the spacious filter, which is made of highly stable, heat-resistant plastic, the loose tea leaves unfold their full aroma.

The capacity of the machine is 1.3 liters. The Bodum tea maker is ideal for brewing different teas, such as white tea, green tea, black tea and fruit tea.
The K11143-16 measures a length of 16.8 centimeters, is 23.2 centimeters wide and has a height of 22.6 centimeters.
The weight of the teapot is 989 grams.
With the standard packaging and the enclosed operating instructions, the tea maker has a total weight of 1 kilogram.
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Good find, heat added
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Don't get me wrong, I love tea - and coffee, and I don't turn my nose up at teabags, but loose tea is tastier than teabags, I prefer it if there's an option. But, of course, tea leaves make more of a mess.

Had to hunt to find a tea strainer a few years ago (bit like my hunt for a butter dish years back) but they're becoming easier to find again.

Did anyone have a nana who read tea leaves? Maybe I'm giving away my age!
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Blimey - the two pages' worth have disappeared and I can only see one listing now! The power of HUKD!
Edited by: "louiselouise" 25th Apr
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Seems to be all gone now - hope you enjoy your warm tea My tea strainer will be quietly retired for a while
louiselouise9 m ago

Don't get me wrong, I love tea - and coffee, and I don't turn my nose up …Don't get me wrong, I love tea - and coffee, and I don't turn my nose up at teabags, but loose tea is tastier than teabags, I prefer it if there's an option. But, of course, tea leaves make more of a mess.Had to hunt to find a tea strainer a few years ago (bit like my hunt for a butter dish years back) but they're becoming easier to find again.Did anyone have a nana who read tea leaves? Maybe I'm giving away my age!


My Gran did and she had a butter dish and a tea cosy. I used to pretend it was a hat when I was a child! 😝
What is this and why not use a kettle I’m confused why would anyone buy a used product to make tea
19DembaBa196 m ago

What is this and why not use a kettle I’m confused why would anyone buy a u …What is this and why not use a kettle I’m confused why would anyone buy a used product to make tea


It’s a teapot. It can be used for tea bags and loose tea. The rechaud is to keep the tea warm. You put a tea light in it. Some people don’t mind buying used items. Also, for some, it’s all that they can afford.
Loubou2 m ago

It’s a teapot. It can be used for tea bags and loose tea. The rechaud is t …It’s a teapot. It can be used for tea bags and loose tea. The rechaud is to keep the tea warm. You put a tea light in it. Some people don’t mind buying used items. Also, for some, it’s all that they can afford.


Oh ok thanks I thought you recycle used tea bags with this machine and use it again and again
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Loubou4 m ago

It’s a teapot. It can be used for tea bags and loose tea. The rechaud is t …It’s a teapot. It can be used for tea bags and loose tea. The rechaud is to keep the tea warm. You put a tea light in it. Some people don’t mind buying used items. Also, for some, it’s all that they can afford.



I like that you spelt out your explanation in bite-size pieces! I thought every HUKDer knew what Amazon Warehouse was and what to expect - maybe not.

These pot warmer/teapot sets are quite rare still it seems, but I've seen a few etsy-types selling them, from Googling other examples.

I would imagine none of the items will be "Used", particularly "Like New" which is self-explanatory, but, as always with Amazon Warehouse, it's a bit of a lottery.
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Hey, there's more listings showing again! What sort of black magic is this?!

Maybe Amazon are adding more, or I'm going mad..might be worth watching the listing if it goes OOS, sometimes Amazon Warehouse restock.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 25th Apr
Just ordered the last one 'like new' bargain thanks
Hi LouiseLouise,
Got a Bodum purple caffetiere for £5 at AgeUK new unused today.
I dont drink coffee but couldnt resist and it matches my purple striped kettle.
The tea bag went in the lower section and very very v nice cuppa tea.
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Edited by: "davening" 26th Apr
louiselouise1 h, 18 m ago

I thought every HUKDer knew what Amazon Warehouse was and what to expect .


Yep, and I'd personally never buy from there again!
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LesD50 s ago

Yep, and I'd personally never buy from there again!



I've had my fair share of disasters but the majority have been happy purchases.
Suggest the possible use of the £3 credit via
hotukdeals.com/dea…908

I forgot while getting same deal. I reasoned if I met a very very nice lady who liked her coffee... LouiseLouise, I'm too far down south ;-(
Decided against voting COLD and am instead abstaining. In the meantime, I shall research a replacement stainless steel replacement filter instead of the plastic one in this.
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The Germans have a very thorough review of this item here - I'll copy some of their blurb, and paste it above.
Redid my purchase to get the £3. Woohoo. Shared with a nice English lady. Must resist voting COLD in the meantime to hog it under the radar, until she sees it and decides.
louiselouise2 h, 32 m ago

I like that you spelt out your explanation in bite-size pieces! I thought …I like that you spelt out your explanation in bite-size pieces! I thought every HUKDer knew what Amazon Warehouse was and what to expect - maybe not.These pot warmer/teapot sets are quite rare still it seems, but I've seen a few etsy-types selling them, from Googling other examples.I would imagine none of the items will be "Used", particularly "Like New" which is self-explanatory, but, as always with Amazon Warehouse, it's a bit of a lottery.


I have two of these Bodum teapots in different sizes. I picked mine up from TK Maxx. They cost me about £9.99 each without the rechauds so these Amazon Warehouse deals are a great price if they are in good condition and unused. I wish I had the rechaud.

Yes, Amazon Warehouse deals are a lottery. I bought a jam maker and a George Foreman grill that were used like new. They were both brand new. The box for the jam maker was a bit rough but all the items inside were packaged and unused. The box and George Foreman grill were completely new and unused. I’m not sure why it was in the Warehouse deals. I also bought a Cricut Explore though that was used like new. It wasn’t the case. I could see it had been used and a sample piece of card was missing. I called Amazon and they gave it to me for half price!!!! I paid £80 instead of £160. I was happy with that. It’s always worth taking a risk with Warehouse deals. I think I’d only go for used like new though.
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Loubou16 m ago

I have two of these Bodum teapots in different sizes. I picked mine up …I have two of these Bodum teapots in different sizes. I picked mine up from TK Maxx. They cost me about £9.99 each without the rechauds so these Amazon Warehouse deals are a great price if they are in good condition and unused. I wish I had the rechaud. Yes, Amazon Warehouse deals are a lottery. I bought a jam maker and a George Foreman grill that were used like new. They were both brand new. The box for the jam maker was a bit rough but all the items inside were packaged and unused. The box and George Foreman grill were completely new and unused. I’m not sure why it was in the Warehouse deals. I also bought a Cricut Explore though that was used like new. It wasn’t the case. I could see it had been used and a sample piece of card was missing. I called Amazon and they gave it to me for half price!!!! I paid £80 instead of £160. I was happy with that. It’s always worth taking a risk with Warehouse deals. I think I’d only go for used like new though.



I bought Used - Like New (heated) Alpenheat gloves for boyf (well, he paid me for them) last week - absolute bargain but some twit had nicked the battery packs and charger from the box and returned it - I assume. And it ended up on Warehouse, where it wasn't checked/graded properly.

As he lives in the Highlands and Amazon didn't want to offer a pick-up service for his address (might be his area - it's a Prime account), and he has health issues which was partly the reason for the heated gloves purchase - they eventually said he could keep them.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 26th Apr
possibly a good deal, seems better quality than the Bodum teapot for £10 at Aldi at the moment
OOS
Bought a Warehouse micro sdvard and received a well packaged empty scotched taped up empty packet.
Got a no quibble refund but lost my credit in the process as it expired and forgot about it.
All the fun of trying to get a deal.
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gungesh2 h, 58 m ago

OOS



There were some appearing/disappearing last night so I would keep an eye on the listing if you're interested. Not unknown for Amazon to restock over time (happened with the Amazon Warehouse Sharkoon Gaming Mouse I did a Deal for, before Xmas).
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Loubou14 h, 25 m ago

Yes, Amazon Warehouse deals are a lottery. I bought a jam maker and a …Yes, Amazon Warehouse deals are a lottery. I bought a jam maker and a George Foreman grill that were used like new. They were both brand new. The box for the jam maker was a bit rough but all the items inside were packaged and unused. The box and George Foreman grill were completely new and unused. I’m not sure why it was in the Warehouse deals.


Many Warehouse items end up on there because the box is dinged, or it's an unwanted gift - though I have had my share of "surprises" where things were missing, or the condition wasn't that accurate.

The only truly disgusting item that comes to mind was the "Used - Like New" (what a joke) Beats In-Ear Headphones I bought my brother - tried to find the thread and photos, but maybe it's a blessing I can't! It would put people off their lunch!

Not sure where my link went, maybe the post was eventually deleted hotukdeals.com/com…088
Edited by: "louiselouise" 26th Apr
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Amazon may have added more earlier, though the price has went up a little (not been watching the listing today really) - Used - Very Good is £10.18 now.
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My Chambourd Set is due tomorrow, let's see what arrives!!

Here's another Bodum Tea Set - Bodum ASSAM SET Tea Press (1.5 L/51 oz) and Glasses (Double-walled, 0.25 L/8 oz) - Shiny
amazon.co.uk/gp/…TF8

..seven listings on Amazon Warehouse right now, so not really worthwhile making it into a Deal.

£10.91 Used - Good
£11.64 Used - Very Good
£12.40 Used - Like New
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  • With classic Bodum Press Filter System for a Very aromatic tea.
  • The Large Plastic Tea Filter offers a lot of space, the Aroma develop better.
  • For taste-neutral and heat-resistant borosilicate glass.
  • Pavina Glass: Double-Walled Borosilicate Glass for better insulation: Hot drinks stay hot for longer and cold stays longer cold.
  • Made in Europe
Edited by: "louiselouise" 28th Apr
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Mine arrived an hour or so ago. Box is bashed, sellotaped but the pot and holder are perfect. Very pleased Alas, I haven't noticed Amazon Warehouse adding more listings over the last few days, so I'll Expire this.

The Assam Tea Set listings are still there, though.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 29th Apr
Have a nice cup of tea. :-)
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davening52 m ago

Have a nice cup of tea. :-)



Cheers! Unfortunately no loose tea left so I've just been warming the cafetiere.

(I rescued RTC PG Tips Loose Tea boxes from Tesco a while back, ran out now). My favourite Loose Tea was Imporient (my Deal from 2014 only got tepid), now known as Birchall, and could be had for £8-odd/1kg from Amazon but it's nearly twice the price now. Will try a bigger supermarket later - worst case scenario, I'll buy trusty Co-op 99 Loose Tea

Caffeine and skimmed milk are about the only sinful thing in my life haha...especially with me being on a 500 calorie day and limited to eating watery soup
Edited by: "louiselouise" 29th Apr
Watery soup, that's some diet.
Have off and on had a bag of organic carrots&apples juiced up plus barleygrass powder. Got it out of a diet book filled with testimonies of healings. The author's missus keeps amazing the opticians yearly as her eyesight is consistently improving. Hubby's eyesight is perfect now and his colon cancer disappeared very early on.
I have received mine today and had my first cup of tea using it.
Tore open a tea bag and tried that.
How are you enjoying yours, louiselouise?
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davening30th Apr

I have received mine today and had my first cup of tea using it.Tore open …I have received mine today and had my first cup of tea using it.Tore open a tea bag and tried that.How are you enjoying yours, louiselouise?



Used the pot stand/warmer for the (coffee) cafetiere during the first few days, not ideal. Where I live I'm surrounded by small supermarkets and finding loose tea is a challenge (online recommendations that don't cost the earth would be welcome!!).

Found Sainsbury's Taste The Difference Assam Loose Tea 125g for £1.50-ish in one of their small stores tonight, now drinking my first cup of tea from my Bodum Pot/Rechaud! A week later! Wonderful, flavoursome tea, and the pot is staying warm

No more have appeared on Amazon Warehouse recently, afaik, anyway.

Boyf has just seen it for the first time and said, "Wow, that was a bargain, it looks amazing"

Edit: Not sure a tea light is the most effective way to heat this pot. I don't think it keeps the tea *quite* as warm as the tea stand/warmer we used originally (as there's more of a height difference with the Bodum version). The tea is still drinkable, though.

Maybe trying a slightly taller votive candle is the way to go..
Edited by: "louiselouise" 7th May
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louiselouise28th Apr

My Chambourd Set is due tomorrow, let's see what arrives!! Here's another …My Chambourd Set is due tomorrow, let's see what arrives!! Here's another Bodum Tea Set - Bodum ASSAM SET Tea Press (1.5 L/51 oz) and Glasses (Double-walled, 0.25 L/8 oz) - Shiny https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B003WT160Y/sr=/qid=/ref=olp_tab_used?ie=UTF8 ..seven listings on Amazon Warehouse right now, so not really worthwhile making it into a Deal. £10.91 Used - Good £11.64 Used - Very Good £12.40 Used - Like New With classic Bodum Press Filter System for a Very aromatic tea. The Large Plastic Tea Filter offers a lot of space, the Aroma develop better. For taste-neutral and heat-resistant borosilicate glass. Pavina Glass: Double-Walled Borosilicate Glass for better insulation: Hot drinks stay hot for longer and cold stays longer cold. Made in Europe

The Bodum ASSAM SET Tea Press (1.5 L/51 oz) and Glasses (Double-walled, 0.25 L/8 oz) mentioned above is a bit cheaper now:

£9.96 Used - Good
£11.31 Used - Like New

amazon.co.uk/gp/…TF8
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