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Hamilton Beach 47214 12-Cup BrewStation, Black


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  • Easy, one-hand dispensing with no need for a carafe
  • Gentle warming heater and enclosed brewing system maximizes flavor
  • Double-wall thermal insulation traps heat to keep coffee tasting fresh longer
  • Clock and brewing timer with 2-hour auto shutoff
  • Measures 10 by 10-1/2 by 14 inches

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.5 x 11.8 x 11.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00008VNI6
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #257,601 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

This convenient Hamilton Beach Brewstation has no carafe, no pouring and no hotplate to scorch the flavor out of your coffee. Featuring one-hand dispensing directly to your mug, the 12-cup coffeemaker has an enclosed brewing system to keep heat and flavor from escaping. Once brewed, double-wall thermal insulation and a gentle warming heater maintain the coffee's temperature for longer-lasting fresh flavor. Imported. 14Hx9Wx11D".

Customer Reviews

I would recommend this coffee maker to anyone.
Amazon Customer
Had for about 2 years, however, do not use every day.
Paul C.
I will NEVER buy another Hamilton Beach BrewStation.
Penny L Stoehr

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By C. Halterman on September 16, 2006
I have had my BrewStation coffee maker for quite some time, and actually this is my second one. The first lasted almost a year before the power button quick working. We contacted Hamilton Beach, they sent us a free postage-paid return label along with a new machine. We did not even have to wait until they rec'd the old one before they would send the new one. Nice!

We have not had any problems with the new machine and we have had it for almost two years. No leaks, no fumbling with a glass pot, (which can cost more than the coffee makers they came with to replace when they break), no dribbling coffee down the side of your cup to the floor/counter.

For leak problems described in other reviews, make sure the rubber seal at the bottom of the carafe is intact and securely in place. It can become dislodged when cleaning.

I noticed what I thought was mold growing on the hinge of the lid, but it is just hard water deposits. You can lift the lid and press it back just enough to pop the plastic bar (hinge) out. Wipe the bar down on both sides with a dish cloth then easily pop it back into place. Do this during routine cleaning to eliminate the deposits from accummulating.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By D. Vazquez on December 29, 2005
Because of my 2 pot a day coffee habit and how much coffee we drink as a family, i have gotten used to the idea that i will be buying a coffee maker every 6 months. It didn't make a difference if i paid $15 or $150 for it not one lasted more than 6 months without making me wait 20-30 minutes for a pot! When i ran across this machine i thought i would try it - that was a year and half ago. It's fast and dependable and needs little cleaning to keep it running fast and can be placed in your dishwasher. I love this machine and now am finally shopping for a new one because the pastic handle on the water chamber broke and i was hoping to trade it for a stainless steel version to match appliances. We really run coffee makers into the ground brewing 3-4 pots a day - but this one can take it and i love not having the glass. The only negative thing i can say is that the plastic part stains on the inside after awhile but really - who cares, it makes a 5 minute pot!!!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By pakco on July 3, 2006
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I purchased this coffeepot as a replacment for the same model. It is used in the faculty room of an elementary school by about 40 people, who take turns making coffee daily during the school year. The ease in which the coffee is made, the lack of a glass pot, and especialy, the "push button" pouring makes this an ideal coffee pot for a group. The first pot lasted 2 years with minor problems. The one disadvantage is that the heat element goes off after 2 hours, and one needs to push the on button again to keep the coffee consistently hot.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Deborah A. Gordon on May 21, 2006
We gave this to my dad and his wife for christmas. They praised the delicious coffee. Easy to use, easy to clean. UNFORTUNATELY, the thing has had to be replaced four times! The brewstation just stops working. Hamilton Beach is very nice. All you have to do is clip off the plug mail it in and they will send you a brand new brewstation that will die very soon. It wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't suppose to be a nice gift to two good people who can't afford something like this. And then every time the manufacturer sends a new brewstation, it works great, for a bit.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Had It on June 17, 2006
This is my second Brew Station. I have finally learned my lesson. The first one leaked until the electronics failed (6 months). The second one has leaked from day on. I think this week-end I am going back to the old reliable Mr. Coffeee.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. McClain on April 23, 2007
My pot worked well, but as others have said after a while it leaks. I found if you run coffee cleaner through it as recommended it will not leak, I believe the problem is from hard water buildup on the rubber seal.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Magi on May 11, 2011
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I love the Hamilton Brewstation! We just bought one to replace the last one we had for almost nine years. I'd say that's a pretty good life span for a coffee maker. Not being able to locate one in town, we first purchased another 12 cup model that did not have the carafe. Big mistake. Not only did it require power to suck the coffee out of the machine, but making the coffee was a complete pain, comparable to removing the motor to change the oil in a car. With this model, you lift out the bucket, rinse, refill, pour the water into the back, then replace the drip basket with fresh grinds and push the "on" button. It's that easy. There's no snapping things into place and making sure everything is stable so coffee or water does not end up all over your counter, in my opinion, Hamilton has this one hands down. As for all the bad things people will say about the machine burning out or not working properly, to that I say, most people will sit down and write when they are disgruntled faster than when everything's working great. I'm sure any product has a few that may need replacement but I have had nothing but positive experience with this product.

UPDATE April 1, 2012
So I wish this ere an April Fool joke but it's not. My less than one year old coffee maker is leaking all over the place. I'm greatly disappointed. Looks like it's time to move on. The ease is still there, but the idea of having coffee all over my counter top and floor, just isn't a real good trade off for me. I guess things just don't last like they used to! :(
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