The Siphon Brewer has two main parts, a brew unit up top and carafe below.
Even though it's magnetic, it takes some fiddling to attach both parts of the Siphon Brewer together.
The Siphon Brewer's circular base mates with the carafe to power its electric heater.
The bottom of the carafe is actually an electric heater.
A metal filter separates the brew unit from the carafe.
Balance the brew unit within its special stand when not in use.
Add your fresh coffee grounds (medium coarse) into the brew unit.
As the bottom carafe heats up, steam pressure slowly pushes water up into the brew unit and coffee grounds.
Once the water in the carafe reaches the boiling point, it rushes dramatically into the brew unit and bubbles with great vigor.
After the bottom of the machine cools, the liquid coffee is sucked back down into the carafe in one fell swoop.
With the freshly brewed coffee solution now sitting in the carafe, only the spent grounds remain up top.
Pour your self a cup of this heady, deeply flavorful java. It's quite a different animal from standard drip coffee.