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Bodum Spare Parts in Montreal

mainsqueeze May 13, 2008 01:31 PM

We broke our Bodum Chambord - just the glass beaker part. Does anyone know of a store in Montreal that sells spare bodum parts (specifically the glass part for an 8 European cup Bodum)? We could order it online but want to avoid shipping costs.


  1. carswell May 13, 2008 02:58 PM

    Haven't looked lately but the CDN branch of Brûlerie St-Denis used to carry Bodum-brand replacement beakers. You might try asking at their mother store on St-Denis. Also, I think I may have seen one recently at the CDN Rona store. Will try to remember to check the next time I'm there -- quite possibly tomorrow.

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    1. re: carswell
      carswell Jun 1, 2008 07:31 PM

      For future reference, today the CDN Brûlerie St-Denis had eight-cup Bodum-brand beakers and the CDN Rona store had beakers from various manufacturers, including Bodum, though not Bodum for the eight-cup model. If these branches stock them, others probably do too.

      1. re: carswell
        mainsqueeze Jun 2, 2008 12:53 PM

        Thanks for checking!

    2. zekesgallery May 13, 2008 03:36 PM


      La Vieille Europe stocks 'em (along with replacement parts for just about any other coffee accessory I can think of) 3855 Saint Laurent.

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      1. re: zekesgallery
        Maximilien May 13, 2008 03:45 PM

        crap! should have told me this last month!

      2. cherylmtl May 13, 2008 04:50 PM

        La Soupiere stocks replacement beakers, or can order them for you.

        1. blork May 15, 2008 01:18 PM

          It's not Montreal, but the Green Beanery in Toronto has a good stock of replacement accessories, including unbreakable polycarbonate beakers for Bodums. I seem to recall their shipping is quite reasonable.


          1. SnackHappy May 18, 2008 01:23 PM

            Went to Vieille Europe looking for a replacement beaker and they were out of the 8-cup. BTW they don't carry Bodum brand beakers, but Bonjour brand.

            So walking down the street, I decided to check if Nino's might have one and they did have the Bonjour brand beaker for 13$. In fact they have a wide selections of replacement parts for french press and mokka pots.

            1. lroberts Jan 18, 2009 03:28 PM

              Speaking of spare bodum parts... would any of these shops sell just the plunger part for a bodum? My "unbreakable" one is destroyed, while the beaker is still--you got it--unbroken.


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              1. re: lroberts
                carswell Jan 18, 2009 03:50 PM

                Have never seen them in stores or online. You're probably going to have to buy a whole new French press. You can always keep the old beaker, filter and cross plate as spare parts.

                1. re: lroberts
                  Anth Jan 18, 2009 06:37 PM

                  what size bodum?

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