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DeLonghi DC312T 14-Cup Drip Coffeemaker

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  • 14-cup drip coffeemaker with 24-hour programmable timer and 2-hour auto shut-off
  • Showerhead design; aroma button for enhanced flavor and aroma of coffee
  • Push-button controls; digital display; internal water-level indicator; washable nylon filter
  • Glass carafe; pause-and-serve function; non-stick warming plate; cord storage
  • Measures approximately 12-1/2 by 9-3/4 by 8-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Product Description

DeLonghi's 14-cup DC312T drop coffee maker has the unique aroma button that activates a brewing process to enhance the flavor and aroma of your coffee. To achieve this full-bodied flavor, the coffee maker advances through several continuous cycles. During the cycles, water is released into the filter basket in 30-second intervals. This allows the grounds to be saturated a little at a time to extract the best flavor and aroma from your coffee. The coffee maker also includes a 24-hour programmable timer, a durable and easy to clean nylon filter as well as cord storage.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 8.5 x 12.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.6 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0016HHQKI
  • Item model number: DC312T
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #209,196 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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3.1 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

59 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Zeebu on September 20, 2008
For most people, almost any coffeemaker on sale here at Amazon will be fine. But if you're looking for the same kind of robust-flavor, non-bitter coffee served at places like Starbucks, then you need a coffeemaker with special capabilities. This machine has those capabilities--and at an excellent price. Here's what I mean: 1. it has a 14-cup capacity. This is important because it means you can put more grounds into the filter without worrying about it overflowing. 2. Water temperature is hot and delivered though a "showerhead." 3. This machine has a special setting that dribbles the water more slowly, steeping the grounds. This last (and unique to this machine) feature is what gives you exceptionally robust and flavorful coffee.

I've been through several coffeemakers (all exiled to the attic), and this one is the best--better than makers costing three-times as much. I bought mine for $35 at Target.

True, the clock-setting mechanism is clunky, but how often do you use that? On the other hand, the design of the water-tank and glass pot is very convenient.

August 2010 Update: Coffeemaker is still going strong. The manufacturer has a new web presence with links for service and parts.

December 2012 Update. This is still working as well as ever. I've since recommended to others, who have had similar luck with it as I.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Joe Ekaitis on July 6, 2008
UPDATE (January 21, 2012): After three years and more of great coffee, we got tired of the dribbly carafe and replaced it with a Medelco 12 Cup Millennium Style Carafe, Black. The carafe comes with 2 lids, so use the shorter lid. You lose 2 cups in maximum capacity but you won't have to pour your coffee over the kitchen sink or spend close to $35 on a replacement carafe.

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I've resigned myself to the reality of coffeemakers that last only a few years, so when we woke up to a coffeemaker full of cold water that should have been a pot of morning inspiration, we added a side trip to Target. The two criteria for the new coffeemaker: a timer and a basket that takes No. 4 filters. This DeLonghi fit the bill and was on sale.

It loses a star for its clunky timer which only advances a minute at a time, first at slow speed then more quickly, but earns back a half-star for its Aroma brewing option. By cycling the water flow on and off at 30-second intervals, the coffee develops a robust flavor reminiscent of perked coffee, but with the clarity and grounds-free smoothness of filtered. Yes, it nearly doubles the brew time but the 14-cup capacity should keep the java hounds at bay. To use the Aroma feature with the timer, figure on 2 minutes per cup and set the timer accordingly.

The entire top of the brewing unit swings open, revealing a generous pouring opening and an unusual "stair-step" water gauge. The filter basket is removable for easy cleaning and comes with a reusable nylon filter. I prefer paper filters and the basket accepts the No. 4 filters that fit our old coffeemaker.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Bixby on August 10, 2010
I did not buy this on Amazon but last year we did purchase this particular coffee maker. My husband and I were so excited to see a 14 cup maker and thought this company would be reputable and we were tired of "throw away" coffee makers so we bought it.
It totally died after just one month, nothing, no lights etc just dead. I called the customer service # since it was still under warrenty and spent the next week either on hold, a recording telling me to leave my # so they could call me back or getting disconnected all together since after awhile this company just drops your call if they are too busy.
After getting ahold of someone they told me to cut the plug off the maker, send it in with TEN DOLLARS to cover the cost of shipping out the new one and I did it...don't ask me why. Well a month later the new replacement arrives and 3 months later it turned on but refused to brew!
If you enjoy a crappy coffee maker and the horrible hassle of getting a replacement from a company that doesn't care at all (and has lost customers for a lifetime) then please go ahead and buy it.
If not then please get something else. We got a cheapie from Walmart that has outlasted both of these monsters.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Carrie TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 29, 2008
This is my 4th coffee pot for the year. When the 3rd one died after 3 days, we were desperate to find a decent coffee maker in short order. After reading the Amazon reviews for this coffee maker, we decided to try the Delonghi, which we purchased at Sam's Club (couldn't wait for delivery, even with Prime). I think we made an excellent choice. The aroma brew feature is worth the additional wait on the brew time.

Yes, the clock is clunky, but, really, who cares? I use it for the brew but do not use it as a kitchen clock.

If you are looking for a well priced coffee maker has a nice look on the countertop, this one certainly is worth considering.

Will update after more months of use.

12/2/08: Still really like this coffee pot. We've switched from using the permanent filter to paper filters and still always use the aroma brew feature.
11/23/09: We've passed the 1 year mark & use this coffeemaker on a daily basis (12-14 cups/day). We are back to using the permanent filter & still like this coffeemaker very much.
2011 - one of my kids dropped the glass carafe. I searched for a replacement 14 cup carafe & couldn't find one easily on-line. At that point we were looking at switching to a 1 cup/brew pot & we opted to go that route. If we were to go back to a standard coffee pot, I'd look to see if this one were still available since we liked it so much.
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