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Cuisinart SS-700 Single Serve Brewing System, Silver
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- Large 80-ounce removable water reservoir eliminates the need for frequent refills
- 5 cup sizes, including iced beverage setting and removable drip tray for tall travel mugs
- Fully programmable blue backlit LCD with digital clock, auto on/off and adjustable temperature
- Includes: My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter, charcoal water filter, 12 K-Cup Portion Pack and instruction book
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
- Fully programmable blue backlit LCD with digital clock, auto on/off, and adjustable temperature
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|Dimensions||12.1 inches x 10.2 inches x 13.5 inches||14.15 inches x 14.93 inches x 12.25 inches||13.5 inches x 9.8 inches x 7.6 inches||12.1 inches x 10.2 inches x 13.5 inches|
|Material||man-made-material||Not Applicable||Stainless Steel||Plastic|
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Now, my buddy convinced me to get the Cuisinart. I have owned many Cuisinart kitchen utensils, but never anything electric. So I was skeptical to say the least. But at the same time I had to replace my last 2 Keurigs. So why not.
Now, 2 months later, a whole lot of coffee (125 servings +) and it is working great! I can only hope that Cuisinart has a more reliable vendor for there water pumps than Keurig. As that seems to be the big issue with all Keurig machines.
-Power Switch is on the side of the machine (compared to the back of the machine on Keurigs)
-Water Tank Size
-Replaceable Charcoal Water filter
-FREE, reusable Keurig coffee filter
-Reliable (so far)....Read more ›
About me... I am an embedded systems design engineer and know about control systems and such.
Food processing products should only use parts ( components ) in the water / control systems - internal to the coffee maker - that are "fit for purpose" as designed to be use with WATER.. as a coffee maker uses water.
I have opened several of my failed Keurig and Cusinart K cup machines and found that they are using an AUTOMOTIVE Market Pneumatic Solenoid Valve made in China.. part number SH-V0829...Google this number if you want to check and see this. It is designed for auto seat cushon inflation and has a built in LEAK RATE of 1CC/Min at 4 PSI for air compresser unloading used in seat cushon inflation systems. It is NOT WATER PROOF and DRIPS inside the coffee makers in the transformer and the air pump near the bottom getting the electric motor wet and make it smoke.. My coffee maker was way too young to smoke .. hahha just a joke..
The folk that make this coffee maker IN CHINA think most folk are too stupid to find out about their use of cheep and unfit for purpose components inside their coffee maker. I have attached a DOOR and Hinge on the back of one of my coffee makers that I keep repaired personally.. and buy the replacement control solenoids on ebay to keep my coffee maker working.... THIS SUCKS..... I was ripped off...
I did not pay for a rusty solenoid that leaks water inside my $250.00 coffee machine. When I call Keurig... they do talk some but avoid the topic of this solenoid.. just reading a standard reply statement... When I talk to Cuisinart.. they have nothing to say but want my $10 for shipping a replacement unit...Read more ›
Pretty soon, just like other users, the office Cuisinart ran into problems. A K-Cup would be put in the machine, the Brew button would be pressed, the machine would make sounds as if it was trying to brew, some liquid may start dripping into the cup below, but then nothing. This same problem happened to one of the co-workers who had bought this Cuisinart model for their home. The manual was referred to, troubleshooting ensued, tinkering occurred, but nothing seemed to work. One of the home Cuisinarts ended up going back to the store to be exchanged. An inquisitive co-worker at the office, however, took a straightened paper clip and started poking around. After a number of "pokes" with the paper clip in the part of the machine that is sharp, but hollow that pokes into the K-Cup, the office Cuisinart was back in working order. The co-worker who had replaced their machine at home, again, ran into the same problem. The Cuisinart stopped working. Using a paper clip to clear the same part, the home machine was returned to working order.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Junk! Have had nothing but trouble right out of the box. Will not brew consistent cup sizes. It loses icons on LCD display. Read morePublished 1 day ago by CM
I think this coffee maker will last, it is made of sturdy materials. The pump sounds strong and the coffee is hotPublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
If you're considering a kourig, get this instead and you can thank me layer.Published 2 days ago by Roy Couch
Love the Cuisinart Single Serve Brewing System because it allows the use of second party K-cups without the Kuerig logo that the new Kuerig brewing machines require.Published 2 days ago by Ron Dancy
Update: The second water reservoir arrived and it had a 1" chunk broken off it. I called Cuisinart and they said it would take another two weeks to send another. Read morePublished 3 days ago by DLR
Love it! Purchased a Keurig during the Summer 2015. Like it. Took it to my job. We needed it. So.... I was not looking forward to "paying" for it again. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Judy Gilbert