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Cuisinart Fully Automatic Burr Grind & Brew ThermalTM 12 Cup Coffeemaker DGB900BCC

4.2 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews
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  • Elegant Brushed stainless steel styling
  • 8 oz. Bean hopper with a sealed lid to prevent moisture
  • Burr Grinder automatically grinds beans before brewing
  • Strength selector - Choose coffee strength when brewing with the grinding of beans: Strong, Medium or Mild
  • Portion Control - Program the amount of coffee you want to grind: choose from 2 - 12 cups
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Elegant Brushed stainless steel styling. 8 oz. Bean hopper with a sealed lid to prevent moisture. Burr Grinder automatically grinds beans before brewing. Strength selector - Choose coffee strength when brewing with the grinding of beans: Strong, Medium or Mild. Portion Control - Program the amount of coffee you want to grind: choose from 2 - 12 cups. 24-hour fully programmable. 12 (5 oz.) cup double-wall insulated thermal carafe. Separate grinder chamber and filter area for easy cleanup. Brew PauseTM feature lets you enjoy a cup before brewing has finished. Grind-off feature. 2-4 cup feature. Includes - gold tone commercial permanent filter, and charcoal water filter. Limited 3-Year warranty.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 13.1 x 10 x 18 inches
Item Weight 9.5 pounds
Shipping Weight 15.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Cuisinart
ASIN B002IASYA8
Origin China
Item model number DGB-900BCC
Customer Reviews
4.2 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #147,791 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#623 in Kitchen & Dining > Coffee, Tea & Espresso > Coffee Machines
Date first available at Amazon.com July 20, 2009

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By Amy L. on October 26, 2009
This machine is such a pain! Sometimes it works... lots of times it doesn't. Cleaning the chute every 7 uses is a pain, filling the water reservoir is difficult, and the carafe spills every time you pour (bad design). The biggest problem is there is a top to the filter that spins to get in the right place for grinding or brewing and almost every other time i use it it doesn't line up right and i have to turn it off and on over and over again before it lines up and makes the coffee. Meanwhile, it has dripped all over and made a huge mess. I am going to try to get my money back.
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My husband and I have been using this coffee maker for over a year and a half and we love it!! We mostly use fresh coffee beans, so we use the coffee grinder feature a lot. When we cleaned it for the first time, it was easy to do and watch along with the 'How-To' DVD. If we had to list one complaint it would be that when you get to the bottom of the carafe and need to pour the coffee out, you literally have to turn the carafe upside down (twisting your arm a little). We don't think that this is a major drawback because on the flip side, this carafe keeps your coffee piping hot for hours!! We highly recommend this coffee maker to those that love freshly ground/brewed coffee. It's worth the investment!
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By Hutch on December 4, 2012
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I had one of these for 2 years and it finally died. I hesitated before replacing it because of the reviews. Whne I reviewed other other brands, I found they did not fare any better. I am glad that I did purchase this a second time. It is quieter, a little faster on the brewing time, the chute does not need cleaning very often, and the brush fits in the chute.

I will give this a 5 when the grounds can be finer. They are coarse and use a lot of beans.
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This makes great coffee when it works. As posted, you must clean the chute every 7-10 uses. Serious problems arise if you put frozen or cold beans in the chute because they condense moisture which will immediately clog the chute. Also take great care when pouring water in the reservoir because if it make its way into the chute, it will also clog the chute. I found that certain beans such as Starbucks which has a high oil content cause early clogging. I recommend using the spray arm on the sink to fill. I made a tool from 12 gauge copper wire to clean the deeper parts of the chute that the brush doesn't reach. Finally the pitcher can be very hard to open at times so I put a little veg oil to help that. A lid redesign is needed or a tool to help open the pot. Finally it is difficult to get the last cup out unless you are very flexible.
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We bought this coffee-maker a year ago, and it makes the best coffee that I've ever had from a home brewer. While it's true that the machine is a bit high maintenance, I find that, for the most part, it's pretty straight forward. The carafe, basket, filter and basket cover only need a rinsing, and the grinder needs a good brushing about once a week. I make regular and decaf every day so I own two hoppers one with decaf beans and one with regular beans and I just change out the hoppers so I don't have to deal with moving beans. If you are a serious coffee drinker, this is a good machine. If you want a straight up Mr. Coffee coffee-maker don't waste your money on this one.
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We bought this coffee maker 20 months ago and still love it. We make one pot (10 cups - not the full 12) every day. I only need to clean out the grinding chute when I add beans which is about every 6 uses. It's super easy to clean and even comes with a combo measuring spoon/cleaning brush which is what I use. We primarily use JavaNa flavored beans but have used the non-grind feature occasionally.

All in all, this is by far the best coffee maker we've ever owned and highly recommend it to anyone who likes to grind fresh beans for each pot of coffee. Much less clean up than our previous model and WAY easier than using a separate grinder.
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This is a great idea in concept but horrible in execution.

First, unless you use non-oiled beans, they simply don't fall down the chute as they should. I have to stand there pushing the beans into the grinder. What's the point of that?

Secondly, 50% of the time the coffee flows all over the carafe rather than in it. I've searched the net and tried all sorts of hints. I'm frustrated with this stupid thing.

Should have listened to all the reviews and saved my money.
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Do NOT buy this coffeemaker unless you want to spend your life taking care of it. Every criticism I have read here is true; however, I either wasn't aware of or didn't pay attention to them before I bought it. Have had it for a couple of years now, and I can neither afford to buy a new one nor want to admit defeat in getting it to work. When it DOES work, it makes good coffee. The problem is, there are so many things that can go wrong, and there doesn't seem to be any surefire way of knowing when disaster will strike.

The major problems are:
- Poor design. The water container opening is right next to and partially surrounding the bean grinder. If you accidentally spill or splash so much as a drop of water into the grinder, you're sunk; it has to be completely dry or it will immediately clog up.
- Awkward to clean. Don't believe anything about needing to clean after every few uses; it needs to be completely cleaned after EVERY use. Otherwise, any ground coffee buildup in the grinder chute quickly attracts more buildup, gets backed up and stops it from grinding all the beans. But the little brush/scoop is totally inadequate for this. I've found the only way to really get it clean and dry is to get in there with my fingers and a tissue, wiping out all the nooks and crannies.
- Too many things can go wrong. Every time I think I've got it under control, something ELSE happens. The carafe top gets clogged for no apparent reason, even after it's been rinsed, and the coffee spills out all over the counter. This has happened several days in a row, then has not happened for a week...then happened again. It's maddening. The rubber gasket in the carafe can come loose, causing coffee to spill all over while you're pouring it.
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