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Cuisinart DCC-1000BK Filter Brew 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker, Black

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  • Brew Pause feature lets you enjoy a cup before brewing has finished
  • Programmable automatic shutoff keeps coffee hot up to 4 hours
  • 12-cup carafe with ergonomic handle, dripless spout and knuckle guard
  • Charcoal water filter removes impurities
  • "Brewing complete" audible beep; cord storage; includes measuring scoop
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  • Product Dimensions: 15.5 x 10.8 x 9.5 inches ; 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00005IBX8
  • Item model number: DCC-1000BK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #123,943 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The Cuisinart DCC-1000 is the height of contemporary design, and its performance is pure Cuisinart. Sleekly molded around our new contoured carafe, this stunning coffeemaker is engineered to produce 1 to 12 cups of exceptionally fresh and flavorful coffee. A Programmable Brew Time feature wakes you with the wonderful smell of fresh coffee, and automatically turns the coffeemaker off when you want it off. There's simply no better way to start your day. Delicious coffee, yours from Cuisinart.

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Programmable for automatically brewing "wake-up" coffee at a selected time, this coffeemaker brews up to 12 cups. Other features include a spray head that distributes water evenly through the ground coffee; a glass carafe with a stylish stainless-steel band; a scratch-resistant nonstick warming plate; cord storage in the rear (push in the cord to conceal it); a window that shows the water level; and a pause function for a midbrew pour when the carafe is removed. For peace of mind, you can program the warming plate to shut off at a specified time (up to four hours) after brewing. Clad in gleaming black plastic that easily wipes clean, the coffeemaker measures 13-3/4 inches high, 8 inches wide, and 11 inches deep (including the carafe handle), and carries a three-year warranty against defects. --Fred Brack

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Customer Reviews

Great coffee maker!
Darlene Keating
We have had other Cuisinart products in the last decade and have to say they don't seem to be holding up nearly as well as Cuisinart products prior.
TMac
The fill area for water is unusually small and was hard to reach with my sinks sprayer which I've always used to add water.
Robert Michael Spellman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Frank on November 30, 2003
I just purchased this unit for about 60 bucks to replace a white Kitchenaid unit that burned out.Since the white unit developed a lot of permanent stains I got a black one,problem solved. O.K. here is what is good about this coffeemaker.IT MAKES GREAT FULL BODIED COFFEE.Programing the features was easy for me, a guy that can't navigate the menu of my phones.I like the fact that I can program my own shutoff duration.The coffee comes out very hot but not scalding. It also stays hot without tasting bitter.This is the first coffeemaker I have owned that the brew interupt feature works without dripping.This is due to a very strong spring on the basket but more on this later. It is also the first unit I have had that does not get coffee spooge all over the water spout and other parts.But in truth I rarely make more than 8 cups at a time. Lastly the carafe does not drip when you pour. Now for my complaints. Due to the afore mentioned spring you need two hands to remove and replace the carafe. Big deal. The reservoir is a little hard to fill due to a small opening.Also to get the last ounce of water out of the carafe you must turn it almost compleatly over.Dropping the basket in the unit is a little confusing the first few times. This unit is not for people with certain handicaps.Please keep in mind that this unit is only a week old as of this writing. However at this time I will say that this is the best coffeemaker I have ever owned.I expect that the brew interupt will fail eventualy,But I hardly ever use it so no prob.for me. The over all construction appears to be very solid so maybe this one will last more than the usual 2-1/2 years of it predecessors.
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59 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Marty McCarthy VINE VOICE on April 26, 2004
The Cuisinart DCC-1000 bears the brand name of Cuisinart which is supposed to instill confidence in the quality of the product. Unfortunately, this particular Cuisinart product is middle-of-the-road at best. Why? See the strengths and weaknesses below.
Strengths:
1) Auto shut-off - Very convenient for those of us who can never bring themselves to shut the coffeemaker off. For the reviewer who had difficulty trying to enable the auto-off feature, set the dial to "Auto-Off" and then set the allotted time using the "hr" and "min" buttons.
2) Programmable - Very handy for having fresh brewed coffee to greet you at work or home.
3) Taste - The coffeemaker plus the charcoal filter produces a fine tasting cup of joe.
Weaknesses:
1) Filling the coffemaker - THIS is a big deficiency. The mechanics for filling the coffeemaker using the carafe (as opposed to using a sink-based vegetable sprayer for example) are poor. The placement of the lid combined with the narrowness of the water resevoir makes for a difficult pour. Many times, I will end up with water either still in the carafe, in the cone or else, spilled on the floor.
2) The use of cone filters - Generally, it's personal preference whether one likes cone filters or basket filters for the automatic drip coffeemaker and my stated preference is for the basket filter. However, even with that bias revealed, the Cuisinart still presents difficulty. Sometimes, the cone filter will bend under the pressure of the sprayed water blocking filitration to the coffee grinds and what you will end up with is filtered water. This proves exceedingly annoying.
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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Anna on January 31, 2008
I've had this coffee maker for about 9 months. It makes coffee just fine for the first several weeks. The problem is the water reservoir and the drip/filter/basket assembly are not separated. This is a problem with all the Cuisinart coffee makers sharing this basic design. I grind my own beans or use Starbucks pre-ground or similar fine-ground coffees. Coffee grounds and dust get into the water reservoir, and coffee scum builds up in the reservoir and all around the drip mechanism and area under the lift-up top. There are lots of small crevices and corners where the scum accumulates, and it is not possible to take the unit apart and clean thoroughly. Rag wiping just seems to push coffee grounds back into holes in the drip mechanism. Coffee maker cleaners like Dip-It can be used to clean the water path, but the machine is still visibly dirty inside...really dirty. I've had Braun, Krupps and Starbucks Barista Aroma Grande machines. Never see one with this much of a coffee dirt problem. I think eventually coffee residue of any kind in the reservoir builds up on the heating element, taints the flavor of coffee, slows the brew process and eventually gums up and ruins the heating element. Don't buy this coffee maker.
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35 of 41 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 1, 2001
You do not need paper filters with this pot....makes it taste better I think. Programable to start with auto on and auto off.. Water reservoir has a charcoal filter for those who have a lot of minerals in their water...Just what we were looking for and the Cuisinart brand should be dependable ...
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Tracey on January 3, 2004
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I purchased this Cuisinart coffemaker in Oct. 2001 to replace a KitchenAid (which lasted just over a year before it died) and haven't had the problems that some of the reviewers have noted such as difficulty pouring water in the tank, the pause feature dripping (which I seldom use, anyway because taking a cup out before the entire pot brews makes the remaining coffee more weak), or difficulty with removing & returning the carafe to the hot plate. Sounds like a totally different product! The coffee temperature is adequately hot and coffee is full-bodied (I like my coffee strong & robust, but not bitter). I got the black color which looks great and doesn't show stains--I avoid white because I've had several brands which all yellowed and looked bad after several usings in that color. Overall, this has been a good coffeemaker for me!
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