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KitchenAid KCM0402CU Personal Coffee Maker, Contour Silver

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  • Bold, Barista Style Coffee
  • Sleek, Compact Design
  • Removable Water Tank with Handle
  • 18 oz. Thermal Mug
  • Gold Tone Permanent Filter
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  • Product Dimensions: 10.4 x 7.1 x 14.8 inches ; 6.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B009OQTCPA
  • Item model number: KCM0402CU
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
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Enjoy a hot cup of coffee at home or on the go with the KitchenAid Personal Coffee Maker. Choose your favorite coffee and brew the right amount just for you of bold, barista style coffee. The sleek, compact design is perfect for your countertop and brews directly into the included 18-ounce thermal mug or into any mug or cup of your choice. Simply add water to the removable tank, add your favorite coffee to the reusable gold-tone filter and press ON to begin brewing. No pods required.


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Customer Reviews

One month later it just stopped working.
David P. Koss
Too bad, because I like the coffee and the overall design, but it's back to the drawing board for the engineers at KitchenAid.
Coffee guy
A great single serve coffe maker that makes an excellent cup of coffee with out the wasted Pod's .
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180 of 185 people found the following review helpful By Coffee guy on February 2, 2013
Really great machine! Coffee is HOT, and flavor is outstanding, never bitter and no funny aftertaste, this really lets the flavor come through. Although I like the design of the Hamilton Beach Scoop better, this KA makes a better tasting cup - I had them both side by side for a week and picked the KA, and returned the HB. I think the cone shaped filter and the showerhead design gives this machine what the HB Scoop lacks - evenly soaked grounds and a nice bold flavor from the cone design vs. the flat bottom HB filter. Build quality seems okay, and the design works quite well - no complaints. I use 5 tbsp's for 16oz. and it's just right. I didn't care for the thermal mug that came with it, seemed to introduce a plastic taste. I found a 16oz Mr. Coffee "Traverse" ceramic travel mug that fits this machine perfectly and this combo is equal to, if not better than anything I get when buying coffee out vs. making it at home, and I'm extremely picky about that.

Edit - 3 machines later.... I give up. I really like this machine, but unfortunately it has a fatal flaw. Each of the 3 machines I bought ended up having the same issue after about 3 weeks of use - it's clearly a design flaw. The filter basket hinge is weak, and apparently grows weaker with use due to heat. Eventually it begins to droop, creating a visible gap. But, it's not just cosmetic, although it does look weird. When the gap grows large enough, the filter basket housing no longer makes contact with a switch that's located in the center of the shower head housing. This switch must be depressed by the filter basket to make the brewer work, otherwise it won't get the signal that its okay to send water. So, to make it work you have to manually push and hold the filter basket up to make it brew coffee. Too bad, because I like the coffee and the overall design, but it's back to the drawing board for the engineers at KitchenAid.
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109 of 111 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin A. Cotten on January 4, 2013
Purchased mine directly from KitchenAid.

I have been on the hunt for a single server brewer that doesn't use those awful Keurig pods. I want to use my own, home roasted coffee and I'm picky about water temperature, spray head design, etc. I'm a coffee professional working in the Specialty Coffee industry. I live a breathe coffee every day. I prefer manual brew methods, but at 7am I want a good cup without the fuss. This brewer has impressed me in that role for sure.

This brewer has really fit the bill. The water gets up to the required 200 degrees, the shower head design disperses the water evenly across the bed of coffee, and it brews quickly through a nicely designed brew basket and gold tone filter.

The gold tone filter works quite well. I would avoid paper. Aside from the waste, paper filters soak up a lot of the volatile oils in the coffee that provide so much of the flavor - especially in the body of the coffee. The metal filter allows those oils to extract into the coffee giving a more flavorful cup with better body. If you use paper, go with the Filtropa brand. The white ones.

The water reservoir is handy. It has a nice handle that lifts up on the top for easy carrying. The carafe/travel mug keep the coffee hot. I use it as a carafe instead of a travel mug. I just know I'll lose it if I take it to the car and I like to keep the coffee hot while I drink a cup waiting for my wife to come get her cup in the morning. It pours very nicely into a regular mug.

You can also put your own regular mug under it, but I prefer the carafe/travel mug so that the coffee stays hot inbetween pours.

This is just the right portion size.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dragoneer on May 26, 2014
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I have been using the same 1-cup coffee marker for 15-20 years, The problem has been that any replacements I have tried overflowed and made a mess when I used dark-roasted, fine-ground coffee. I called at least six coffeepot makers and ask if they had a product I could use. No one stepped up; in fact, most said don't bother to try. Then we order the KitchenAid KCM9402CU and my luck changed. It works with coffee ground for my espresso machine as well as coarser grounds. The reason it works is that you can use Melitta No. 2 coffee filters rather than the wimpy reusable metal filter that ships with the coffee maker and No. 2 filters are big enough that the water will complete dripping without overflow no matter whether your cup is 6 or 16 ounces. The coffee is hot, strong, and tastes great.

The other good news is that the bigger No. 2 filters cost less than the No. 1 filters I've been using.

Now the cautions: Other reviewers have noted that the swing arm that moves side-ward to expose the coffee holding area seems to loosen and either break or sag causing various problems. I believe it particularly if you are using Melitta filters - you need to press them into the exposed cavity and must be very careful. If you press too hard, I'm sure the swing arm will suffer or die. Further, you can not remove the filter holder and set it down; the bottom is pointed, not flat. If the filter holder cavity was about 1/16" deeper, precision filter insertion would not be so difficult and this problem would disappear. Another problem is that the filter holder has a handle that folds down. Unfortunately, that handle might catch the top of the filter so that when you hold it over a wastebasket to dump the filter, the filter is caught by the folded handle instead.
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