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Waring CMS120 Professional 12 Cup Programmable Coffeemaker, Black and Stainless Steel

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  • Brushed Stainless Steel housing with 12 cup glass carafe
  • 24 hour advance brew start with blue backlit LCD display
  • Brew pause feature and 2 hour automatic shutoff
  • Swing out filter basket for easy filling
  • Wide, clear-view water level window
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Product Description

Brew up to 12 cups of coffee with this fully automatic, professional-looking coffeemaker. The swing-out filter basket makes adding ground coffee simple while the wide, clear-view water level window makes it easy to see exactly how many cups you’re brewing. The glass carafe features a stay-cool handle and drip-free spout to make pouring spill-free. Take advantage of the 24-hour advance brew start to wake up to a freshly brewed pot, or preset the coffeemaker to start after-dinner coffee without leaving the party! The Brew Pause feature comes in handy on those mornings when you just can’t wait for that first sip—this function suspends the brewing cycle long enough to pour a quick cup. A 2-hour automatic shutoff, blue backlit LCD display and limited one-year product warranty provide no-worry operation.

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  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 12.9 x 16 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003WTMLS0
  • Item model number: CMS120
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (113 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,154 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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This has been a very good little coffee maker.
Son-in-law
Don't know why some folks complain about the brightness of the blue "brew" light, or the loudness of the beeps at the end of the brew cycle.....seems fine to me.
caddylacky
The coffee maker is easy to use, makes good, hot coffee and is easy to clean.
m.d.h.

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69 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Cathy J. Shufelt on August 8, 2011
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I am extremely pleased with my Waring Pro Coffeemaker. So pleased, I purchased one for my mother also...and she loves hers. I insist on a cone filter but found that most coffee makers have the flat kind. I wanted a viewable water level indicator. And I wanted a good hot cup of coffee. The waring does all this and more. I love that the basket holding the filter will not open unless you press the release button. That's a wonderful improvement over my last coffeemaker which had a habit of the basket swinging open during brewing. The sleek look fits right in with my kitchen decor. I also like the blue backlight on the timer window.

The alarm that sounds when the coffee is ready is really not that loud, contrary to what some others have stated. I find it welcoming since I start my coffeemaker and then go about my schedule getting ready for work. The three beeps tells me I can come get my hot cup now. (The volume level of the beeps is about the same as a microwave) It's also nice to know it will shut off after 2 hours though I usually pour my coffee into a thermos almost immediately after brewing and shut it off myself.

I looked at DOZENS of coffeemakers in seven stores and shopped online at Amazon, reading tons of descriptions before buying this coffeemaker. I am SO glad I chose this one.
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53 of 53 people found the following review helpful By 40 oz. Warrior on March 20, 2011
I purchased this coffeemaker to replace our Mr. Coffee PRX23, ( vintage 1998 ) which had served us well over the years. When looking over the products currently available in stores, it seemed as if the art and science of coffeemaker design had gone backwards over the past ten years. Some of them looked to be three-handed affairs for loading the coffee, and others looked impossible to clean, like the water tanks on the current Cuisinarts. This Waring seems like it would be easy to clean, since you can lift the swing-out basket completely off the unit, and if your hands aren't overly large you can reach down into the water reservoir.

The coffee tasted fine, although if I could add a feature, it would be an adjustable warmer for a little higher holding temp, since we usually add cream. Reviewer Ken mentions using the 1-4 cup feature to obtain a higher brewing temp, so I might try that with a full pot. The java connoisseurs all claim cone filters are superior to the basket type, but so far I haven't noticed much difference in flavor. However, the cones are less prone to collapsing and letting grounds through, and they're easier to lift out when it's time to toss it. Just be prepared to pay about four times as much for cones over basket filters.

I don't find the beep alarm at end of the brew cycle to be annoying. It only goes off once, and it's helpful to know the coffee's done if I'm across the house somewhere.

We like to keep a spare carafe on hand to rotate them for cleaning ( and in case we break one ), but so far I haven't been able to locate where I could purchase one, even on Waring's accessories web page. The Medalco 12-cup carafe looks like a candidate, although the inexpensive basic Mr.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Ken on December 23, 2010
PS: I wrote the review below over one year ago (12/23/10, today is 1/9/12). I still love the coffee maker overall (except for the 5 beeps). However, I just broke the glass carafe in the dishwasher about a week ago!! Not sure how it broke just sitting there, since it was broken before I removed it (maybe cheap or defective glass?), but it sure stinks. Anyway, the factory replacement carafe (CMS120CRF) made by Waring is "out of stock" everywhere on the internet. This is a problem...nnnnnneed.......coffffff....ffffeeeee!

I had planned to call Waring to confirm, and hopefully see if they could recommend a "universal" replacement carafe. Maybe not perfect but a similar size at least close enough to function. This is a major drawback for Waring customers - who wants to buy a product that doesn't have service parts available? The 10-cup Waring CMS100 carafe is available on Amazon but I cannot tell how large it is - there are no measurements published anywhere. Even when measurements are given, they don't make any sense. Just give us the overall diameter and height, the handle makes no difference. The Waring CMS120CRF carafe is exactly 6" round x 6" tall.

So yesterday I went to a dept store for some other things, so I took a measuring tape and while there I looked at & measured their coffee makers. Turns out that Mr Coffee makes a replacement carafe (#132451) used on many of their coffee maker models, they were on the shelf so I bought one - and it fits this machine ALMOST perfectly! The measurements given for it on Amazon (8.8 x 8.1 x 9.1) don't make sense...the glass portion is 6" dia and the height is 6" to the highest part of the lid (button).
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Kathleen N. on November 12, 2011
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Finally found a coffee maker that makes hot coffee. Last year's coffee maker was done (was brewing cooler coffee by the day and the warming plate was rusted) and so I went to a local store to try to find a different brand to try. It was awful, made two pots of lukewarm coffee and took it back. So I turned to Amazon, checked to see which coffee maker had the highest ratings and what other shoppers had to say about each one. I didn't want or need one that kept water hot at all times. I decided against a thermal carafe. This pot seemed the obvious choice. It came quickly, arrived in perfect shape and it makes great coffee. It actually heats the water to a hot temperature before the water hits the grounds, doesn't rely on the warming plate to provide the heat. I've owned coffee makers where the second cup was quite a bit hotter than the first.

As for concerns that other people have mentioned, the bright blue light is really a silly feature. Don't know why it is so bright, but it is only on when the pot is on (this includes when you set it to come on at a future time). I find the beep much more annoying. The blue light might be silly but the sound it makes when it is done brewing is ridiculous. The only caveat I would offer against buying this machine is if someone is sleeping in a bedroom next to the kitchen the beeping WILL wake them up.

As I've only owned and used the Waring for two weeks, I can't speak to its durability but so far it is the best coffee maker I have owned. A small pot of coffee (one large mug) turns out as good as a full pot.
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