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Capresso MT600 10-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker with Stainless-Steel Thermal Carafe


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  • 10-cup programmable coffeemaker with stainless-steel-lined heating system
  • Illuminated, 24-hour, LCD digital clock and timer; soft-touch controls
  • Brew-pause function; 2-hour auto shut-off for safety; cord storage
  • Includes stainless-steel thermal carafe, gold-tone filter, and charcoal water filter
  • Measures approximately 9 by 8 by 14 inches
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  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 9 x 14 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B002RWJDHA
  • Item model number: 445.01
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
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Product Description

The Capresso MT600 coffee maker with stainless steel thermal carafe brews 10-cups of coffee in under 8 minutes for maximum flavor and aroma. The milled steel housing provides superior strength and style. 10-cup stainless steel thermal carafe with ergonomic handle, brew-through closed lid with drip-free pouring spout keeps coffee hot for hours and preserves aroma. Stainless steel lined heating system eliminate contact with aluminum and reduces the need for decalcifying. The included gold tone filter is easy to clean and eliminates the need for paper filters. Drip stop allows you to pour a cup while brewing. Charcoal water filter removes up to 82-percent of chlorine and other impurities from tap water. One charcoal filter and holder is included. Illuminated 24-hour programmable lcd digital clock/timer with soft touch controls. Special setting provides maximum aroma when brewing 3-5 cups. An electronic filter indicator shows when to replace the charcoal filter. Electronics retain all programming during short power outages.

Customer Reviews

Carafe keeps coffee hot for hours.
Mark F
Again, could be design flaw or manufacturing problems.
Lochaven
This machine makes consistently good coffee.
P. L. Ross

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

153 of 156 people found the following review helpful By MacNevin on January 14, 2010
The Capresso MT-600 was introduced to replace the older MT-500 model. Both models have essentially the same functions and features, but there are two differences:

* The MT-500 has an aluminum die-cast housing. The MT-600 has a milled steel housing.
* The MT-500 was made in Portugal. The MT-600 is made in China.

I recently purchased the MT-600 to replace a Mr. Coffee automatic drip that served me well for over 15 years. I decided on the MT-600 because I wanted a thermal carafe and a built-in water filter. I also had faith in the Capresso brand because both my sisters have owned the Capresso CoffeeTEC model for many years, and their machines make absolutely fantastic drip coffee.

So I was very disappointed when I found that the Capresso MT-600 makes weak and lukewarm coffee. I read the directions carefully to make sure I was using the machine precisely as designed. I tried different beans and grinds to strengthen the coffee. I pre-heated the carafe prior to brewing to increase the temperature. But no matter what adjustments I made, the coffee always turned out weak and tepid.

I called Capresso to ask why the coffee comes out weak even when I double the standard amount of grounds. They told me that it has to do with how the water is dispersed (or rather, not dispersed) over the grounds during brewing. I went back and looked at the filter after brewing a pot, and sure enough, there was a deep divot right in the center of the grounds. So the problem seems to be that the water is driven down the middle of the filter rather than dispersed evenly over the grounds, leaving the grounds along the perimeter largely unbrewed.
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By R. S. Drake on September 18, 2010
We had a Capresso ST600 stainless coffee maker for MANY years. It had a clock, feature to set the time to start your coffee in the morning, a filter, and a warning to let you know when to change the filter. To brew the best coffee, we filled the water tank using a hose type faucet from the sink and put it directly into the coffee maker. We did not fill the carafe and then pour it in. This cools down the carafe and consequently the coffee that you brew. We used unbleached paper filters and ground the coffee fresh in the morning and did not use the overnight timer. You turned the top of the carafe to a particular spot to brew and it rested on the counter top and was pushed into the ST600. It would only brew when the carafe made contact with a switch inside. Unit worked fine.

We figured the MT600 would be a natural replacement but were concerned about all the negative reviews about leaks, pouring spout problems, cold coffee and the like. We went to the Happy Cook who sold Krup, Capresso, and a lower priced unit that started with a "Z." The sales person, very knowledgeable, said the MT600 was the top seller and in over a year never had a return. They use one for customer coffee in the store. I asked about spilling and brought me a carafe she filled with water - no counter spills when I poured it. I bought the unit.

First off, there are many improvements over the ST600. The carafe mounts into the unit and not on the counter, the clock controls are not under the top lid of the unit, they are easier to use, the filter warning light is a green LED instead of a flashing clock warning, the overall size of the unit is smaller and more stylish, the fill gauge is more visible, and the fill area is larger.

Now the test.
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42 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Mark F on December 21, 2009
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I've had them all - KitchenAid, Braun, Krups, Cuisinart, Capresso ST600 and the new MT600 tops them all!

The Good:

Piping Hot Coffee - 180 degrees in the Carafe after brewing.
Hot brew temperature really pulls the flavor out of the coffee.
Cone Shaped Filter (I do not like the basket type).
Easy to use timer.
Brews fast, 10 cups in about 6 minutes.
Stainless Steel Heating System.
Small footprint on counter, only 8" x 9" x 14".
Carafe does not drip when pouring.
Carafe keeps coffee hot for hours.
Cord storage in the body.
Very classy looking on the counter.

The Bad:

Water level indicator on the side is difficult to see while pouring water in the reservoir.

This is a great choice if you are looking for a Thermal Carafe unit that brews coffee hot enough to not require microwaving.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By 8675309 on March 2, 2010
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I was a firm believer that you get what you pay for. If a few more dollars gets you a better built, longer lasting product that maybe even functions better - thats money well spent. Buying this machine does not follow that model. With the MT600, a few more dollars gets you something slightly worse than an entry level MrCoffee. I used my MT600 for three days and returned it. The biggest problems I encountered were with the thermal carafe. The first being a raised seam in the plastic spout which ran from the tip down towards the carafe. This caused the coffee to run back up the carafe and spill all over the counter. I tried slow pour, fast pour, contact with my mug, no contact etc. The spill was unavoidable. I ended up sanding the seam away with some fine sandpaper and the problem was solved. The next issue was the very poorly made lid. It has coarse threads that do not want to line up. However, the bigger issue is that it is two parts - the threaded section and the top. As you screw it down, if you turn just a little too far, the top makes contact, the threaded portion continues and it actually disassembles itself. Once this started to happen, I knew I was not getting the quality I had hoped for. On the upside, the coffee was very good. Based on this experience, I am a firm believer that you might get what you pay for but definately not if you payed for an MT600.
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