Thermal Carafes

Glass Vacuum Carafe
AH-EAE10

The Glass Vacuum Carafe was designed in cooperation with British designer, David Tonge, of The Division. Made in Japan, this new striking and unique decagonal shaped carafe features a high-quality medical-grade borosilicate glass vacuum liner which provides superior heat retention and repels odors and stains.

The Glass Vacuum Carafe was designed in cooperation with British designer, David Tonge, of The Division. Made in Japan, this new striking and unique decagonal shaped carafe features a high-quality medical-grade borosilicate glass vacuum liner which provides superior heat retention and repels odors and stains.

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Features

  • High quality vacuum glass liner with excellent heat retention
  • Stain and odor resistant glass interior
  • Easy-to-use large push button stopper
  • Durable and sturdy handle for easy serving

Unique decagonal design, ideal for home or office use

High quality vacuum glass liner

Easy-to-use large push button stopper

Durable and sturdy handle for easy serving

Accommodates most direct brewing attachments

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Specifications

Model No.

AH-EAE10

Capacity

34 oz. / 1.0 liter

Dimensions (Diameter x Height)

5-3/4 x 10-3/4 inches

Heat Retention*

151°F @ 10 hrs. / 124°F @ 24 hrs.

Cold Retention**

46°F @ 10 hrs.

Color

Silver (-SA) , Black (-BA), Red (-RA), Gold (-NA)

Replacement Liner

FTV-1000

*Rating is based on water at a starting temperature of 203°F (95°C) at a room temperature of 68°F (20°C)

Unique decagonal design, ideal for home or office use

High quality vacuum glass liner

Easy-to-use large push button stopper

Durable and sturdy handle for easy serving

Accommodates most direct brewing attachments

Watch Product Video

Model No. AH-EAE10
Capacity 34 oz. / 1.0 liter
Dimensions (Diameter x Height) 5-3/4 x 10-3/4 inches
Heat Retention* 151°F @ 10 hrs. / 124°F @ 24 hrs.
Cold Retention** 46°F @ 10 hrs.
Color Silver (-SA) , Black (-BA), Red (-RA), Gold (-NA)
Replacement Liner FTV-1000
*Rating is based on water at a starting temperature of 203°F (95°C) at a room temperature of 68°F (20°C)

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