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Cuisinart DCC-1200PRC 12-Cup Replacement Glass Carafe, Black
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Top Customer Reviews
But it does make good coffee. Just be careful washing the carafe.
My only complaint is that the glass wall of the carafe is thin. My first, second, and third carafes were chipped or broken by falls. However, this latest one was very flimsy: after many months of handwashing (I never put it in the dishwasher), I accidentally tapped the side of the carafe on the granite counter next to the sink, and it _shattered_ into many small pieces. My fifth carafe now is 5 months strong.
Yes, it's upsetting that the replacement carafes are so expensive. But the coffeemaker itself is excellent, and I won't change getting replacement carafes (unless there is a generic out there that's cheaper and sturdier). This makes me think of inkjet printers: they're so cheap, but the ink is so expensive. The Cuisinart coffeemaker is inexpensive and EXCELLENT, but unfortunately the carafes are expensive.
But when I read some of the glowing reviews, and one in particular, I felt secure in making the purchase. Churchill Barton's review painted a scene I could not resist, but now I look back at it with a new clarity.
"In a world where carafes often go unnoticed.."
This one didn't. My original carafe was quite noticable when it cracked apart upon bumping into my imitation wood kitchen cabinet. It went from a carafe to a piece of garbage in 1 second flat, and my inability to make a cup of java rendered me useless the rest of the day.
Supposedly this carafe would "resolutely holding this coffee for up to several hours so that the Joe wouldn't just flow freely across the kitchen counter top,"
Oh, but this were true. My new replacement carafe lets the coffee run wild almost every morning. I slowly and carefull pour the coffee into my mug, but 9 times out of 10 some coffee escapes and runs amock on my countertop, mockingly laughing as it goes.
"Sometimes our world seems to be coming apart at the seams, but you can count on this carafe to hold your coffee together in one place. "
What appears to be coming apart, literally at the seams, is this carafe.
Next time I am getting a Krups.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect. I received my Cuisinart coffee pot and when I took the carafe out, it fell to the floor and shattered. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Babs
Looked to be an exact duplicate of the original and fit perfectly.Published 2 days ago by Dennis Middleton
Well packed @ perfect replacement for my Cuisinart CHW-12.Published 3 days ago by John L. McCauley Jr.
So happy to be able to purchase this carafe replacement.
It's a perfect fit! Convenience of making the coffee, doing a few things, and coming back
to that glorious first... Read more