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Cuisinart DGB-650BC Grind & Breww Thermal 10-Cup Automatic Coffeemaker Refurbished + 2-Pack Coffee Mug & Iced Beverage Cup + Accessory Kit

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Refurbished + Accessory Kit
  • Automatically grinds whole beans before brewing
  • 24-hour fully programmable
  • 10-cup (5 ounces each) double-wall insulated thermal carafe
  • Brew Pause feature lets you enjoy a cup before brewing has finished
  • Automatically shuts off when brewing is complete

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Style Name: Refurbished + Accessory Kit
  • Shipping Weight: 14 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00DG8IH1M
  • Item model number: DGB650BCFR/K6
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (764 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #144,908 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Style Name: Refurbished + Accessory Kit

Automatically grinds whole beans before brewing 24-hour fully programmable 10-cup (5 ounces each) double-wall insulated thermal carafe Brew Pause feature lets you enjoy a cup before brewing has finished Automatically shuts off when brewing is complete Grind-off feature 1 to 4-cup feature Gold tone commercial style permanent filter Charcoal water filter removes impurities BPA Free

Customer Reviews

Keeps the coffee hot and fresh.
Carol Johnson
If you don't clean and dry the 2-piece grinder mechanism, the ground coffee will get stuck in the grinder and about a third of it will never make it into the basket.
LakeView
I like the taste of freshly brewed coffee and this grinder is very even in grinding beans.
Margaret C.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

270 of 275 people found the following review helpful By Jewel Cardwell on November 8, 2009
Style Name: New
We had a DGB-600BC and used it daily for about 4 years. The grinder assembly finally seized and we could no longer remove it. We had been looking around for a new coffee maker, anyway, so we went ahead and bought this one (DGB-650BC) at a local store.

We've been using it for a couple weeks now and it makes a fine cup of coffee, just like the last one did. I noticed right away, that a few things that turned out to be issues with the last model had been fixed or improved upon with this one.

1) The grinder compartment is much better separated from the water reservoir and also designed better for all the grounds to go into the filter basket. The older model always left a bit of a mess, both in the grinder compartment and on the little shelf that separated the filter basket from the coffee pot, and around the burner plate. I haven't seen any of that mess with this model. I can't tell you how happy that makes me.

2) The little shelf I spoke about in #1 is now gone. That's a plus. Since this maker is designed better, it isn't needed anyway. Also, this shelf caused build up around the door latch making it hard to shut after a very short time. I'm glad it's gone.

3) The filter basket door mechanism is far better designed. The old model I had to slam shut, sometimes repeatedly, before it would stay shut. This one has a much better and more sturdy hinge mechanism and latch.

4) New to this model (the old one didn't have this) is a window on the side so you can see how much water you're pouring in. It's clearly marked and has a red floating ball to make it easy to see. I really like this feature.
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212 of 220 people found the following review helpful By S. Falcone on March 8, 2009
Style Name: New Verified Purchase
I love the new look! We had the older version for about 6 years. This new one is sleeker and much easier to clean and keep clean (the inside where the grinder sits gets cakey due to condensation). I got it for $149, used Amazon Prime, and had it in a few days! I love it. If you're thinking of getting this grind and brew with stainless carafe, it is nice. Some parts will have to be replaced over the years like the older version, but the taste of the freshly ground coffee every day is worth it. I never pre-heat the carafe like the directions say because that defeats the purpose of the timer. I've never had an issue with the coffee temperature, it's always hot! I also recommend hand-washing over dishwasher. The carbon filters are similar to Brita and can be found for cheap at Kohl's. One other note is it only makes 10 cups as opposed to the typical 12 cups. This is fine for me because it's just me and my husband, but if you need to make a ton of coffee regularly, this may not be a good choice. Overall, I love it and I'm glad I traded up!
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102 of 106 people found the following review helpful By Daren Barker on February 27, 2009
Style Name: New
Let me start by admitting that I am a novice when it comes to drinking coffee, much less owning coffee machines. This is the first coffee machine I've ever bought, but I've been very happy with it thus far. If you purchase it, definitely read the directions - as there are a couple of small points they bring out, that you wouldn't otherwise know. (For instance, when you place the goldtone coffee filter in, the handle which can rest in either direction, must face outwards.) I just mention this, since I am usually one to NOT read directions, and I'm sure most others who have owned coffe machines wouldn't either, but it seems valuable in this particular case.

The main reason I went with this unit, was Cuisineart had the only ones in Bed Bath & Beyond which can be programmed to grind then brew. I leave it on my desk at work, and have it programmed to grind/brew right before I arrive in the morning. And it's awesome. Only used it several times so far, but no complaints. Cleaning is relatively easy - but (like any other coffee brewer/grinder I assume) you have to clean it every day. Not a big deal though, so far I've just been taking the grinder and filter parts out, and rinsing them out. Not sure how important it is to use soap...

The most valuable thing I can tell you, that you won't read on the box, is that the thermal caraffe REALLY DOES work great. I don't pre-heat the caraffe, since I have it sitting out from the night before. I have mine programmed to start brewing at 8:30am. And believe it or not, despite the fact that there is no heater that runs after it's done brewing... the coffee stays HOT for a long time. It stays piping hot for several hours, and even at 2:30pm, it is still drinkably warm.
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103 of 108 people found the following review helpful By Richard Yates on March 22, 2012
Style Name: New Verified Purchase
Before I tell you about this fantastic kitchen appliance, let me tell you what led me to purchase it.

Back in December, our coffee grinder, our second one in two years, starting making noise like it was going to die. The thing only cost $20 at the local K-mart, but I got to thinking, "Is there a coffee maker you can load with a bag of beans, which is also loaded with water, and which you can press one button to make one cup of coffee at a time?

Well, my search on the internet led me to all kinds of coffee makers which allowed for the one serving at a time, but which required you to buy the pre-measured bags/cups/ (whatever you called the pre-measured stuff)from the company which makes the machine. Meaning, you can only by that coffee maker's brand of coffee, which by the way, is not in bean form, but ground form.

So, I started looking at these machines with built in grinders.

What I found is there is not a machine - not at least yet - where you can fill the machine with a bag of beans and then have the machine measure the amount of beans needed to be ground for one cup of coffee.

So, I moved on to what is out there. And here is the machine I selected, and boy, am I glad I chose this machine as it makes the best coffee my wife and I have ever had.

Here's how this thing works:

I just wanted two of the giant sized cups of coffee. So, the first thing I did was:

1. Take the handy measuring spoon which comes with the machine and measure in 8 spoonsful of beans to the grinder in the machine.

2. I then filled the water reservoir to a little over the 4 cups line on the side. Those cup gradations on the machine are for regular cups of 8 ounces, and my bigger coffee cup holds 18 ounces).

3.
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