Add This Gorgeous Drip Machine To Your Coffee Nook At Home

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Are you building your own coffee nook at home? If you prefer the versatility of a coffeemaker to a coffee capsule machine, we found an incredibly gorgeous and unique coffeemaker from a brand called Bear. It will definitely give your coffee nook a touch of vintage-meets-minimalist aesthetic.

You can use this for tea, too!
Photo by Lazada/LAHOME OUTLET

This Bear coffee maker (model unit: KFJ-A05F1, 600 wattage) comes in a unique design that has a sage-colored stainless steel heating tube in the middle, which connects the 500-ml water dispenser on one side and a stainless steel filter funnel on the other. It has a digital screen on the bottom to show you the time and the entire appliance comes in a pretty sage color.

Photo by Lazada/LAHOME OUTLET

This coffee maker has a high-temperature spray drip in two modes: a cup of coffee for one or three cups of coffee for sharing. It works similarly like most coffeemakers: you add water into the water tank, place a coffee filter paper on the funnel and add ground coffee, press the on button, and wait for the coffee to drip into the cup.

This coffee machine comes with a removable water tank, permanent stainless steel filter, a 330-ml porcelain cup, two pieces of coffee filter paper, and an instruction manual.

You can buy this Bear coffeemaker via LAHOME OUTLET on Lazada, priced at P4,999 per unit.


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