This patented cold brew system from Toddy works similar to the just described Hario Coffee Pot.
However, the pot is with 56 fluid ounces almost double the size of the Hario.
While the steeping process is the same the preparation is a little bit different.
At first you have to place one of the two reusable filters in the dedicated spot at the bottom of the pot. Don’t forget to plug in the rubber stopper at the bottom, otherwise you will have a big mess when you pour the water in.
Now you add half of the ground coffee, covering it with some water, add the rest of the coffee and at last pour the remaining water over the coffee grounds.
According to Toddy, it is not recommended to stir the coffee, just push the grounds under water. Otherwise, the filter could clog.
As with the Hario, wait 12-24 hours before you carefully remove the rubber stopper and watch the glass beaker filling up with the coffee.
Since you have a more bucket-shaped container with a smooth surface, cleaning is compared to the Hario a breeze.