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Hamilton Beach Stay or Go Coffee Maker with Thermal Carafe and Two Travel Mugs


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  • Coffeemaker features 10-cup thermal carafe and 2 travel mugs
  • 3 brewing options: into the carafe, or one or both mugs
  • Programmable clock, automatic shutoff, water filter
  • Thermos mugs with 360-degree sipping are dishwasher-safe
  • Measures 14-1/2 by 10 by 8-1/2 inches; 2-year warranty

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Product Description

Product Description

The Hamilton Beach Stay or Go Coffee Maker is the perfect addition for the coffee lover on the go. Brew into one or two stainless steel wrapped travel coffee mugs when you are on the go. For weekends or parties, brew into the 8 cup thermal carafe when its time to stay at home.

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With its programmable clock, this versatile coffeemaker not only has hot java waiting in the morning but can brew the coffee directly into either the 10-cup, glass-lined carafe, or one or both of the Thermos-brand travel mugs. Hamilton Beach makes the brewing process easy: a guide inside the water reservoir features mug symbols for the precise amount of water to add, and scalloped ridges on the coffeemaker base indicate exactly where to position the mugs. Care should be taken to ensure the coffeemaker is resting on a level surface, since a slight tilt could result in uneven distribution when both mugs are used simultaneously. A mug is placed under the brew basket with its lid screwed on tightly--a 360-degree ring of holes around the mug lid allows the coffee to enter during brewing. In addition, the holes enable the user to drink from any side, whether the handle is grasped by the left or right hand, a convenience that many car cup holders overlook.

Each mug features a stainless-steel exterior, plastic interior, and handle generous enough for a gloved hand, ideal for cold winter commutes. When preheated with hot water, the carafe keeps coffee piping hot and looks elegant enough for serving at a fancy event. Other features of the Stay Or Go machine include simple-to-use on/off, programming, and hour and minute buttons, a cone-shaped filter basket with handle (requires No. 4 paper filters, not included), and a water filter to remove chlorine taste. For best results, the carafe, mugs, and filter basket should be washed by hand, although the stainless-steel mugs are dishwasher-safe on the top rack. The coffeemaker measures 14-1/2 by 10 by 8-1/2 inches, and is covered by a two-year warranty against defects. --Ann Bieri


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.9 x 15.9 x 10.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0000W4N0G
  • Item model number: 45234.00
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #575,542 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

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75 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Charles on April 21, 2004
I was sold on this unit for its price. The thermal carafe and travel mugs alone are worth more than its list price. A friend of mine has this unit, so I felt comfortable purchasing it. First off, to address some concerns, there is indeed trouble with dripping as noted in previous reviews. However, I don't feel that it's an unusual amount, considering this is a drip coffee maker. After my first few pots, I was able to minimize dripping to the point where I don't need to clean up after myself. Secondly, the issue of turning the coffee maker to fill the resevoir. I've found that I have no trouble filling it from the front. I can understand why people are having this trouble. It's a tall unit. It takes a bit of coordination. Finally, previous reviewers complained about the taste. I did a very standard cleaning, have not used the water filter, and have had no troubles with taste.
Con:
1. The unit is big and tall and is awkward on the counter.
2. Its capacity is 8 cups.
3. The cup indicator is on the INSIDE of the water resevoir and is hard to see, especially when filling.
4. It does drip. I can't deny that. But it is manageable.
Pro:
1. The thermal carafe is excellent. Preheat and you will have perfect hot coffee for 2-3 hours.
2. The travel mugs are handy. The 360 deg drinkability is surprisingly useless to me, but to each their own.
3. Clock timer is handy.
4. Easy to clean and easy to use.
Overall, I'd have to say that with its deficiencies, it's still the best value. The thermal carafe and the travel mugs alone make this coffee maker a good purchase. I'd recommend it if you're in the market for a thermal carafe coffee maker.
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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By GoodDesign on February 25, 2006
After eight months, we're still really happy with this purchase. I grew up with Mr. Coffee coffeemakers and I was loyal for many years - mainly because of the price but also because I just assumed that all made-at-home coffee tasted the same. When the last one began to die (the dreaded leaky reservoir syndrome), I hopped online and began to read reviews.

We wanted a unit with a clock and an automatic timer. After reading several reviews however, I added a thermal carafe to the list. Even with an auto shut-off feature, the Mr. Coffee would burn the coffee after an hour or so. We also did not want to spend more than $40-$50, but this changed quickly when I realized how pricey coffeemakers had become. The final criterion was that it had to be somewhat attractive.

Pros:
(1) Taste. There is no other way to describe it. This thing makes coffee that tastes like it was brewed in a nicer restaurant. It might be the cone filter. Even visitors comment on our coffee. We just buy a pre-ground, name-brand Colombian coffee and use tap water. There is no good reason why it should taste this good. It has to be the coffeemaker.
(2) The thermal carafe keeps coffee hot for hours. When preparing coffee to brew for the following morning, steam rises from the old coffee that I dump. It's probably not hot enough to drink but it's still impressive.
(3) The carafe handle is thick and sturdy. There are no flimsy parts.
(4) Nice aesthetics. The black-and-brushed-aluminum design is a nice look.

Cons: (very minor)
(1) Only 8-cup capacity. Not as big a deal as we thought it would be.
(2) LCD clock display instead of LED display. I like being able to see the time in the dark and Mr. Coffee was always good about this.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By T. Barger on April 24, 2006
We bought this coffeemaker as a replacement for a Black and Decker space saver coffeemaker which was driving us crazy (very messy to pore a cup of coffee, with a lot of dripping). Compared to that coffeemaker, the Hamilton Beach model is much better and much less messy to use. However, we have owned the Hamilton Beach now for approximately one month and have problems getting and keeping the machine turned on. The "auto" function sometimes works properly and sometimes doesn't, so my husband never knows if he will have coffee to take to work with him in the morning or not. And when I turn the machine on, sometimes it stays on and sometimes it immediately clicks off and I have to keep pushing the "on" button until it eventually stays on and brews a pot of coffee. At any rate, we can get a "free" replacement by sending the manufacturer the plug from this machine, along with a check for $7.50 to cover shipping and handling for the new one. I understand the reasoning behind the replacement policy, and am happy to have a warranty which allows me to get a replacement, but it a little galling to have to pay the additional $7.50 on top of the cost of the coffeemaker we bought only a month ago. I am thinking of just purchasing a new coffeemaker from another manufacturer and using the Hamilton Beach as backup, since we have had so many problems with it.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Jason M. Waskiewicz on February 28, 2004
I have been using a manual coffee maker for a number of years. I recently purchased this machine and, so far, have been impressed. I can brew a thermos of coffee to bring to work (or leave on the counter at home) and I can brew a cup of coffee to take with me when I travel.
The cups are a little large for my cupholder, but that is not a fault in the design of the coffeemaker.
The machine is easy to clean and makes decent coffee. However, the little water filter that comes with it is a waste. It adds its own "flavorful" contribution to the coffee and definitely does nothing for my tap water besides.
The design is quite good. I like the simple screw on lid for the carafe. I also like the cups, though, as another reviewer stated, I tend to spill a lot of coffee when I get to the bottom. The versatility is the best feature of this machine.
The timer works as promised and was easy to set. I'd never used one before, and I have to admit that it's nice to have coffee waiting when I get up. Best of all, since I have to switch it to "auto" the night before, I won't be surprised by a machine running when I was not expecting it.
I am pleased with this machine so far. My only faults with it are concerned more with finding counter space (and an outlet) in my 80-year-old kitchen. I also dislike the insulating quality of the mugs. Most of the time they are good, but in North Dakota winters, the heat leaves between my house and the time the car gets heated up. I cannot comment on the thermos. I didn't bring it to work during the cold.
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