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KitchenAid KPCM050PM Pro Line Single-Carafe Coffee Maker

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  • Coffee maker with die-cast metal construction and stainless-steel 1350-watt heat pump
  • Full-dispersion showerhead for optimum flavor extraction; "time since brew" display
  • Stainless-steel brew basket; front-fill water reservoir; adjustable warming-plate temperature
  • 12-cup glass carafe and advanced ion-exchange water filter included
  • Measures 15-3/4 by 8-1/4 by 15-1/2 inches; 2-year hassle-free replacement warranty
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Product Description

The KitchenAid Pro Line Single Carafe Coffee Maker is made of handsome die-cast metal designed to stand up to the heaviest use. This coffee maker has a powerful 1350 watt heat pump for quick brewing and exceptionally smooth and flavorful coffee. The Full-dispersion showerhead sprays the entire filter basket with hot water, ensuring even coffee extraction and outstanding flavor. The "Time Since Brew" display helps you determine at a glance the freshness of coffee, showing 30, 60, 90, and 120-minute quadrants of the elapsed time since brewing. Advanced Ion-Exchange water filter included. 2 year Total Legendary Care (TLC) Hassle-Free Warranty through KitchenAid

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 8 x 16 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 25.2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0007QN06I
  • Item model number: KPCM050PM
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #916,921 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By SMtechconsumer on June 7, 2007
I've had the machine for a few months now. It is a very good coffee maker. The complaints about the steam and spout are out-dated as the new spout simply eliminates these issues.

I'm a very fussy coffee drinker (nut). I roast my own beans with several different blends. I have tried many electric drip coffee makers and found most to be unusable.

To extract the best flavor, coffee makers need a 1200 watt (mimimum) heating element, excellent dispersal of the water over the coffee and the water must be just below boiling as it hits the coffee. The proline does all this well.

To nit-pick: the filter basket is plastic which is inserted into a stainless steel holder. This, and the fact that the filter head is plastic, are the two design flaws of the unit. Plastic retains odors and tastes and just doesn't clean as well or easily as stainless steel. I would have hoped that for this price these parts, especially the filter holder, would be metal! One last thing, if the coffee could be held in the brew basket for about a minute before dripping into the carafe, it would extract the best of the coffee.

To be fair, I haven't seen a consumer unit with a stainless steel filter holder.

As a warning. I have tried several Kitchenaid coffee makers in the past and all, except this one, had to be returned. While Kitchenaid's non-proline consumer models were tops many years ago, they haven't been very good (an understatement) in many, many years.

The Proline is a keeper, it makes hot, excellent coffee.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 13, 2005
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I waited a long time to buy this machine, because it is quite a bit more expensive than other household machines. It doesn't have a lot of unecessary bells and whistles- but it is extemely well made, very heavy duty and attractive, and it makes great coffee. I really like it.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Allen on October 16, 2006
My wife and I have always been in search of the "perfect" coffee maker. We first started with the simple caraffe variety which involved manually pouring hot water over the grounds in a cone filter. My wife was fine with it, but it drove me insane to have to stand there and continually add water. We then moved to a Bunn. It was good at first and the "instant" brew feature (water sits in a preheated reservoir much like you see in a diner) was great. However, we moved to a town with hard water and the thing soon choked and died! Contrary to what I knew, I bought a second, more expensive Bunn. What a mistake. We are "real" coffee drinkers. This means that we grind and use a lot of coffee for each pot. The Bunn must have been designed by someone who thinks two scoops of Folgers will make 10 cups of "strong coffee". Result - the brew basket would contantly overflow all over the counter. Needless to say, I found myself - once again - waiting for water to filter through before adding more.

2 months ago, I purchased the KitchenAid Pro Brewer along with the Burr Grinder (fabulous)! To date, with 14 heaping scoops of finely-ground Kenyan beans, the brewer has NEVER overflowed. I've switched to bottled water for coffee only and the results have been astounding.

As for the comment by the reviewer regarding the steam buildup, sure it happens and it's more pronounced because the housing is constructed of all metal. The solution - simply rotate the pot so that the pour spout is to the side, allowing the steam to dissipate in the air (just like the photograph of the product shows you).

Sure, I may be partial to KitchenAid since the company is located a few miles from me in SW Michigan, but the bottom line is that I finally got what I paid for.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By marypnj on December 10, 2005
A package arrived for my husband and after some subtefuge about it being a computer gizmo thing; he unpacked this coffee maker. I was estatic since our Mr. Coffee bit the dust for the 3rd time and we are addicted to caffeine. He neglected to mention the price, which would have sent me into a frenzy and perhaps cost him a limb or two.

Set it up and enjoyed the first good cup of coffee at home that wasn't in a paper cup! We have been using this machine for almost a year now and I wouldn't trade it for anything. Even if Starbucks offered to move into my house with on demand coffee 24/7.

Was it worth the cost? Not sure if there is a compareable model out there for less, but I am satisfied and do not regret the cost.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By L. Reinhardt on November 24, 2006
I've had every different drip coffee maker under the sun, and they all fell short of my expectations in one way or the other. I finally decided to splurge on this model, and I couldn't be happier. My experience--unlike that of a previous reviewer--has been that it can make VERY strong coffee if so desired. I paired this with the Pro Line coffee grinder, and on a factory setting of 5.5, this makes as strong a coffee as I can imagine wanting. Also, it's dead simple to operate, makes a full 12 cup pot in under 10 minutes, and thanks to the design, cleanup is a breeze. I couldn't be happier. Oh, and it's built like a tank, so it will probably outlast me.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Robert Schussel on June 17, 2007
If you want a coffee maker that is built like a tank the KitchenAid Pro coffeemaker is a great choice. I have owned the coffee maker for 7 months and am very pleased with it.It brews a great cup of coffee.

Despite what some have said the coffee maker is extremely well made and built like a commerical unit--it weighs over 20 pounds.
The manual is well written and the machine is easy to program.It is very quiet and typically takes 6 to 8 minutes to brew depending on how fine you grind your coffee.

1)If you do buy this machine do get the gold basket filter--the coffee
does taste better with it.
2) Also consider buying the water filter.

My only complaint is that the warming plate that the carafe sits on keeps the coffee too hot and it will become rancid if it kept on too long.

If you can afford it this is a great machine to have.
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