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Black & Decker HCC100 Home Cafe Single Serve Coffee Brewing System, Black

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  • Brews 1 cup of coffee-house style coffee in about a minute
  • Pressure brewing technology for full-flavored coffee
  • Control panel to choose coffee size; 34-ounce reservoir capacity
  • Easy-to-use coffee pods for first-cup freshness every time
  • Mug reservoir can be removed to make room for your favorite travel mug
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Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 14.6 x 10.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0001LB9RG
  • Item model number: HCC100
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (273 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #95,663 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Color: Black

Product Description

Home Café is a revolutionary single coffee brewing system. Utilizing pressurized brewing in combination with specially designed gourmet coffee pods, it produces the coffee house experience at home, or the office. The Home Café conveniently allows brewing of a 7-, 9-, or 14-ounce cup, and works quickly to produce one cup in about a minute. It also features a 34-ounce water reservoir.

From the Manufacturer

The Home Cafe system is made up of revolutionary appliances with pressure-brewing technology and easy-to-use coffee pods. Like a one-cup coffeehouse, the Home Cafe system delivers fresh, delicious coffee--one cup at a time, and in about a minute.

Unlike standard drip coffeemakers, the Home Cafe uses pressure brewing to bring out the full flavor of the coffee bean. Pressure brewing forces hot water through ground coffee beans at high pressure, rather than slowly dripping through--the same technique coffeehouses use to make cappuccinos, lattes, and mochas. The Home Cafe system's pressure-brewing extracts a delicious cup of coffee from every pod, thanks to unique coffee blends and pods designed specifically for the Home Cafe system. You get a single serving of premium coffee sealed inside its own filter, for first-cup freshness every time. And each cup only takes about a minute to brew--less time than it takes to go out for a cup of coffee.

How it works:

  • Fill the reservoir with cold water; use fresh, cold water for a great-tasting cup of coffee
  • Place the coffee pod in the appliance tray; use two coffee pods for an extra-strong brew
  • Close the lid and place your mug under the spout; the locking handle must be locked to operate the appliance
  • Press the "brew" button; brews in about one minute


  • Appliance tray makes for easy cleanup
  • Locking handle locks the pod in place for brewing
  • 38-ounce reservoir capacity
  • Mug reservoir can be removed to make room for a travel mug
  • Control panel for choosing your coffee's size. Coffee can be brewed in 7-ounce, 9-ounce, or 14-ounce cups.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Coffee is lukewarm *The coffee tasted TERRIBLE!
There isn't a zero star rating so I guess one will have to do.
So I called customer service, and they sent me a new one.
Eileen Briesch

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

129 of 142 people found the following review helpful By D. Couse VINE VOICE on June 19, 2004
Color Name: Black
This coffee maker is perhaps the biggest piece of junk I have ever purchased and I returned it within 24 hours. Where O' where to begin?
The construction of this appliance is truly a joke. There isn't a piece of metal in the entire piece. You get a thin piece of aluminum that your mug sits on while it brews...thats it.
The lever that opens the pod holder is very flimsy. And after the initial brew, the unit wouldn't seal right, which means, no coffee. So you pop the lever up, open the pod, make sure the coffee is seated appropriately and try again. blah, blah, blah. Do this about 5 times and for no apparent reason, it would work again.
Do you like your coffee hot? Well, you won't get it with this device. Basically, there are 2 components to a great cup of coffee: the beans and the water. The beans have already been taken care of, so all you can control is the water source. If you are using a machine like this, how dare you put tap water in it! My filtered water sits nice and chilled in my refrigerator. Well, thats a problem for this device. The coffee comes out tepid folks. Not even luke warm! I tried it straight from the tap, and it was warmer but not hot. So if you keep filtered water in your fridge, expect tepid coffee. YUCK. I must be old fashioned, I like to blow on my coffee and see the steam rise up from the cup in morning.
The coffee I was able to drink tasted very good. But again, it just wasn't worth the hassle of messing with that stupid lever and pod configuration.
I'm off to try the Senseo and hope that it is a little better crafted.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By J. Humphreys on August 25, 2004
Color Name: Black
I purchased the Home Cafe at our local Walmart. It made really good coffee for nine cups. While brewing the tenth cup, it stopped mid-brew, spit at me, and then emmited a fatal gasp of acrid black smoke. The kitchen smelled of burning bakelite for the next several hours. I calmly packed up the unit and returned it to my friendly Wallyworld. I opted to replace the unit, rather than get my money back as my wife and I really liked the coffee. Grabbing another pack of coffee pods (optimistic me) we transported our new machine home. Again, following the directions by properly initiating the machine with a coffee-pod free whiz, we brewed another couple cups of delicious coffee. All went well. Then, on cup twelve a few days later (easy to keep track with the amount of pods left), again, mid-cup, another fatal gasp and spray of coffee, and silence as smoke curled up from the unit. Again, the rancid odor along with the bleak knowledge that no more delicious coffee would spew forth from this obviously poorly built unit. Head down with sadness and dejection I decided this time to call the 800 number provided in the instruction manual. After 30 minutes on hold I was finally connected to a friendly customer service rep who offered her condolences on the demise of my coffee maker. She took down the information on the deceased pot and said she was going to transfer me to another department where they would formally de-brief me in an attempt to correct the problem. 15 minutes later she came back on the phone and explained that all the "engineers" were busy, but someone would contact me within 24 hours. Three days later I received a phone call stating that no one at Black and Decker had heard of this problem Yeah, right. They were going to send me a brand new one at no expense.Read more ›
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45 of 50 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 12, 2004
Color Name: Black
Just bought this Home Cafe to take the place of my more expensive one cup machine (Flavia $100.00). Flavia's packets of coffee are too expensive and most of my guests didn't like the coffee. This machines uses Folgers pods which came out excellent. The coffee was hot and tasted equivalent to the expensive gourmet coffee you pay $1.25 to $1.60 a cup at the coffee houses. I read about all the dripping the machine makes and started right off with the 14 oz. pod side. I haven't had any leaks just a couple drops after the coffee is brewed just like all other coffeemakers I have owned. I feel the machine is well made but might not take a lot of physical abuse. I find all Black & Decker products are exceptionally well made. I use spring water for my water and never have to take the water refill container out of the unit (until I clean it, of course). I chose it over the Melitta and Senseco machines because of the larger water reservoir which yields about three large cups of coffee. One of the biggest selling points for me was you can chose between 7 oz., 9 oz. and 14 oz. cup size. So far I love this Home Cafe and am glad I purchased it.
Columbus, Ohio
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Happy Homemaker on October 30, 2004
Color Name: Black
We tried this, and returned it a week later for the Senseo, which works terrifically so far.

As stated in other reviews, the design is really flimsy plastic and can break easily.

The coffee comes out just hot enough, so unless you are going to drink immediately, it will be cold.

If you do not use a very tall coffee cup, the water jet is so high from the base that the coffee dispensing out hits the bottom of the cup and splashes out, which could burn a person as well as wasting your coffee.

And as others have stated, it is really quite loud in a vibrating noisy way. It starts off somewhat quiet but as the week goes on the noise gets louder with use. It got so loud that I ran in the kitchen and shut off my dishwasher thinking it was malfunctioning only to find that it was the coffee machine making the noise.

Needless to say, we didn't use it after that and enjoy the Senseo much more. If you really want it, wait a few months until everyone realizes it is a piece of junk and then buy it at Big Lots or another "buy out discount store" for ten dollars, which is more than it is worth.

Thanks for reading and hope it helps. We read reviews before we buy anything, so if you have another product you can review, please do so. We can save each other a lot of time passing the word around. Good luck.
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