As I mentioned in another thread, Tiamo makes a home version that does not occupy too much space. Orphanespresso now carries it. I have seen it at the Tiamo retail store in Taiwan and it is quite sturdily made and elegant. Orphanespresso's picture showed the blue protective film on the stainless steel, which is to be peeled off by the end user. http://www.orphanespresso.com/Tiamo-Slo..._4740.html
I love that it's a 5-cup model, but I wish there was more info on it. All the sites that feature it, keep specs to a minimum, and there also aren't many pics of it.
The Hario Cold Dripper and Yama Cold Brew Tower have videos available on the internet.
Also, it says on Orphan that it comes with cloth filters, which I hate. If I am to take this route, I guess I can improvise and use Yama paper filters? But I don't know if the filter sizes will be interchangeable, or I'll have to cut Yama filters because they're larger? A lot of unknowns, due to the lack of info available on the Tiamo version.
Another thing, is that you can't see the coffee grounds, because the chamber is stainless steel... I like to see the extraction, just to keep an eye on dry pockets and such.
I really like the fact that the Tiamo is more practical in size.