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The Ottomatic 2.0 is the next generation of Chemex's incredibly automatic pour over coffee machine. With all of the same great top of the line features as the first generation Ottomatic, the Otto 2.0 now offers the ability to brew both HOT and ICED coffee!
Automatically manages key brewing variables such as...
Contact time of water to coffee
Heating water to the Specialty Coffee Industry target temp (197.6F-204.8F)
Hot Plate keeps the coffee warm without burning or compromising flavor, auto-deactivates after 30 minutes to prevent scalding
New iced coffee mode!
Introducing the “Greedy Cup” Sprayhead Technology...
Staged brewing cycle
Pulsing water bath which ensures maintained temperature
Facilitating even extraction throughout the brewing process for optimal flavor
Small footprint, high-end results...
UK plug 220v
Fits all 5, 6 and 8 cup Chemex coffeemakers
Its clean and simple design perfectly compliments the elegance of the glass Chemex carafe. The unmistakable quality and effortless functionality are in tune with Chemex's enduring philosophy that beauty and science can be one in the same.
Six Cup Classic Series Coffeemaker (CM-6A)
Small pack of Chemex Bonded Filters
Glass coffeemaker cover
The Ottomatic coffeemaker used together with the scientifically designed, patented Chemex Bonded Filters, and a Chemex carafe delivers the perfect cup of coffee, without any sediments or bitter elements - every time.
The following Chemex brewers will fit the Ottomatic...
This item ships EU and UK.
Chemex takes the satisfaction of their customers very seriously. Every product is inspected to the highest possible quality standards before dispatch. However, if you are not totally satisfied with your purchase you can return it to them within 30 days for an exchange or refund.
The original Chemex Coffeemaker was invented in 1941 by Peter Schlumbohm PhD. Made simply from non-porous glass and fastened with a wood collar and tie, it brews perfect coffee without imparting any flavours of its own. Now on permanent display in MOMA, New York, it is truly regarded as a work of art.