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Mr. Coffee TM70 3-Quart Iced Tea Maker, 3-Quart, Blue

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  • 3-quart iced tea maker works with loose or bagged tea
  • Water window in reservoir; removable brew basket; adjustable brew strength
  • Simple on/off button with power indicator light; auto shut-off for safety
  • Dishwasher-safe pitcher with ice-level marking and nondrip spout
  • Measures 8-1/2 by 15-1/2 by 12-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Color: Blue

Dishwasher safe pitcher. Steeping lever to select your favorite brew strength. Makes great tasting iced tea. Brews tea bags and tea leaves. Water window. Adjustable tea steeping control. Auto shut-off. On/off indicator light removable brew basket.

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Color: Blue
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 15.5 x 12.5 inches ; 4.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001J5FN48
  • Item model number: TM70
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (806 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #805 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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73 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Mark T. Brody on January 23, 2010
Color: Blue
I was AMAZED when I came on here and read the reviews for this Iced Tea Maker. Literally, stunned. I got this product elsewhere, but came across it in an amazon search, so I figured I'd give my feedback.

This unit is without question one of the finer kitchen equipment purchases I've ever made. It should be right up there with the Foreman Grill. This unit makes perfect Iced Tea every time, in a matter of 9 mins (I've timed it for the 3 Quarts). The best thing about this unit is that you can make tea from tea bags, or from Loose Tea. If you're using Loose Tea, you need to use a coffee filter. I buy bulk loose tea, both green teas and herbal teas, and I find this unit makes them to absolute perfection, again, inside of 9 minutes.

I've read some reviews on this thing leaking? Not mine. Mine never leaked a drop. When the tea is brewing, it rolls right down into the pitcher perfectly. The only beef I have with the pitcher is getting the top back on. It's pretty difficult to secure the top on right, but when it's on, it's on!

I've completely stopped buying any kind of bottled drinks, because I can make my own, to my own needs. I love making Green Tea and using Wild Organic Honey to sweeten.

I HIGHLY recommend this unit to anyone who makes a lot of tea. If the price of this unit went up to $50 all of a sudden, I'd still buy it without thinking.
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126 of 136 people found the following review helpful By J. Hoff on July 31, 2009
Color: Blue
I've read the other reviews and I had to write my own since I have had nothing but a positive experience with this tea maker. First of all, I don't know why some others have experienced leaking from the front since it hasn't leaked a drip for me. All you have to do is push the pitcher in all the way and it's a perfect fit. Also, all of my water is being emptied from the reservoir and I've never had a problem with it. I actually own both, the TM3-2 and this TM70. I bought the TM3-2 first for one location and I later bought this one conveniently at Wal-Mart for $18 for home. I like the plastic used for the TM70 better since it doesn't seem as cheap, it doesn't stain as much and it's dishwasher safe. I also like how the TM70 only has one opening for the tea to leave and go into the pot. There's a possibility that one of the other reviewers had the opening plugged up to cause an overflow, a finely ground tea might cause that. That may also cause the brewer to automatically stop and not brew all of the water from the reservoir, but I don't know. The TM3-2 has an opening at the top just in case water is overflowing, but this causes the water to go straight into the pitcher without brewing the tea. There are other points I like better about the TM70 design, but I can go on about why I like the TM70 better. I guess it's different strokes for different folks. Maybe I just got lucky to buy one without any flows or it's user error.
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75 of 84 people found the following review helpful By BillE on June 28, 2010
Color: Blue
I bought this product before I saw the reviews on Amazon.com (out of curiosity I decided to look it up on Amazon just to see if I got a good deal), so I was curios if it was as bad as many people claimed. NO WAY! It's apparent to me that most of the complaints are because people do NOT follow instructions, and do NOT make sure the pitcher is properly seated flush to the brewing unit. I did follow the guidelines for initially flushing the unit with just water, and had NO leakage. I then processed another 3 quart batch using 5 tea bags, and again NO leakage. The only issue was the type of tea I used was really for hot brewed tea, so I was not real happy with that tea being good for iced tea. Otherwise, the product worked very well. The water reservoir emptied completely, and the only "leakage" was a few drops when I removed the pitcher (water that was still seeping from the tea bags, which would be expected). Frankly, I find too often people are more willing to write a bad review (versus a good review), and all too often the bad reviews are because of "operator error" and not a bad product!!! Just had to take the time to give my opinion, and urge people to read these reviews with a grain of salt. Cheers!
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37 of 42 people found the following review helpful By J. Lesnick on July 15, 2013
Color: Blue
I've been reading through the reviews for this iced tea maker, and seeing as I own this model (which sees heavy use during the summer), I really want to have my say.

I am not going to explain this machine's use, as many other reviewers have done just that. What I would like to address is the leaking and dripping "situation," which so many have complained about.

My machine has never leaked, but I can see how it might. I think that it all boils down to user carefulness. Aside from taking care in making sure that the pouring spout of the pitcher is docked so that the brewed tea will flow directly into the pitcher, I have noticed that the walls of the reservoir, where the translucent blue plastic meets the upper band of white plastic, while above the water line, might leak if the owner hurriedly poured the water into the reservoir, splashing it about and allowing it to run down the inner sides, instead of moving more slowly and pouring the stream of water directly into the reservoir.

I think that some folks are naturally in a hurry, and this causes leakage. As for the leaking of tea around the spout, I wonder if some owners' pitchers are warped - Mr. Coffee stresses that ice should always be in the pitcher when brewing. Hot tea may warp the pitcher.

Some have complained that the "drip stop feature" (like drip coffee makers have) does not work. There is no drip stop on the filter basket. The mechanism that folks think stops drips is actually what controls the strength of brew, slowing down the flow into the pot. If one were to yank the pitcher out of the machine immediately after brewing, residual tea in the basket will leak out.
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