For many, it’s agreed upon that the smell of fresh coffee in the morning is the one and only thing that can get a true-blue lazybones out of bed with more consistency than anything else — alarm clock, crying baby, the threat of being late — but others will sacrifice that heady aroma for something more. Take the Pebo vacuum coffee maker by Bodum, for example. Per its manufacturer: “Its exceptionally effective vacuum brewing method extracts all precious oils of your favorite coffee. The vacuum brewing process is entirely sealed off so no aroma can escape.” So, while the rich, earthy scent of freshly-ground joe isn’t one of the perks (ahem) of this particular pot, its artfulness certainly is. The dual glass bowls provide quite the show as the coffee’s being brewed, giving perhaps a more subtle yet equally compelling reason to let those feet hit the floor before the rest of the world is up and at ’em. Also available in the Bodum coffee series are the Colombia double-wall French press and the sleek, straightforward Kenya coffee maker. Each item in the collection is sold online and via select retailers for prices starting at $20.