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4 Year Asurion Kitchen Protection Planfrom Asurion, LLC
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BLACK+DECKER 12-Cup Mill and Brew Coffeemaker, Black, CM5000B
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- Integrated Grinder/Brew Filter - The innovative design combines the coffee grinder with the brew filter basket for fast, fresh brewing and simple cleanup
- Streamlined Grinding and Brewing - Fresh coffee, fast, the all-in-one design makes it easy to grind whole beans, giving you the full flavor and aroma of your favorite beans every time
- Whole Beans or Grounds - Brew you favorite cup, the grinder quickly prepares whole beans, and it can be turned off for normal brewing with pre-ground coffee
- Custom Brewing - Use the brew strength selector for coffee that fits your taste, options for regular, bold, and strong
- QuickTouch Programming - Easily program the 24-hour auto brew feature so you can wake up to a fresh pot of coffee, plus, the backlit display highlights the time and the program you choose
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Black+Decker CM5000B Mill and Brew Coffeemaker
Discover the coffeemaker that’s as sophisticated as your tastes:
The Black+Decker CM5000B 12-Cup Mill & Brew Coffeemaker turns your favorite whole beans into a satisfying cup that’s as strong or as mild as you want it. The QuickTouch programming panel includes controls for brew strength, time settings, and an auto brew feature that lets you wake up to fresh coffee every morning. The bronze tone permanent filter removes the need for wasteful paper filters, and it’s attached to the integrated grinder. Both are completely removable and easy to clean. The Duralife carafe holds up to 12 cups and the clear-view window makes it easy to see how much water is in the machine.
No matter how groggy you are in the morning you’ll easily find the large, clearly marked buttons that control each function. Plus, the backlit display highlights the time and the program you choose.
Auto Brew and Auto Shutoff
Wake up to a fresh pot of coffee with the 24-hour programmable auto brew function. Auto shutoff provides safety and peace of mind.
This feature temporarily stops the flow of coffee so you can pour your first cup before brewing ends without making a mess.
The all-in-one grinder and permanent filter removes easily and can be washed in the sink. The removable brew basket is top-rack dishwasher safe.
- Auto-off: Yes
- Brew Strength Selector: Yes
- Brewing Feature: Yes
- Built-in Grinder: Yes
- Capacity: 12 cups
- Carafe Plate: Duralife
- Color: Black
- Digital: Yes
- Dishwasher Safe Carafe: Yes
- Freshness Indicator: Yes
- Number of Cups: 12 Cups
- Programmable: Yes
- Ready Indicator Light: Yes
- Reusable Filter: Yes
- Small Brew Option: Yes
- Sneak-a-cup Technology: Yes
- Warranty: 2-year Limited
- Water-level Indicator: Yes
The built-in grinder expertly prepares your favorite whole coffee beans. You can turn off the grinder when using pre-ground coffee.
12-Cup Mill & Brew Coffeemaker (Red)
Item # CM5000R
Discover the coffeemaker that’s as sophisticated as your tastes. The Black+Decker CM5000R 12-Cup Mill & Brew Coffeemaker turns your favorite whole beans into a satisfying cup that’s as strong or as mild as you want it.
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Discover the coffeemaker that’s as sophisticated as your tastes. The BLACK+DECKER Mill & Brew 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker turns your favorite whole beans into a satisfying cup that’s as strong or as mild as you want it. The QuickTouch programming panel includes controls for brew strength, time settings, and an auto brew feature that lets you wake up to fresh coffee every morning. The Bronze Tone permanent filter removes the need for wasteful paper filters, and it’s attached to the integrated grinder. Both are completely removable and easy to clean. The Duralife carafe holds up to 12 cups and the clear-view window makes it easy to see how much water is in the machine.
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There was a time that Black & Decker meant quality, durability, and a company that stood behind their products. Sadly, these words are no longer in the vocabulary of the company providing the products customer service.
This is the SECOND unit of this model that we have had that sprang a leak from the bottom of plain waiter after 6 months of use. With the first unit, I went through the reviews to see all the different fixes & tried them. With no success at stopping the leak. I was really hoping the first was a one off or, that any defects had been addressed because we really liked the unit but, sadly it was the same thing with this one. It was purchased on 11/2/16, delivered 11/4/16 - cleaned, put into service on 11/7/17. It began leaking just like the first unit did on 6/16/17.
In attempt to resolve the issue prior to leaving a review, I contacted the customer service email that pops up on several of the other poor reviews. Customer Service Rep, Jeff with Spectrum Brands (Thread:3399073) informed me yesterday that because I had the coffee pot in a 'commercial setting', it voided the warranty (of which I do no recall see on the inserts included with the machine) & told me to contact the Seller knowing full well the Seller won't do anything after 30 days. #1 This is a 3 person office & only 2 people drink coffee regularly. I will occasionally have 1 cup, #2 *ONE* pot of coffee was brewed per day, 5 days a week... in no way overusing the item. #4 The unit is not sitting in a commercial area to be exposed to anything that would be considered detrimental to the machine. #5 The machine was well maintained throughout its very short life. I've included a photo showing where the unit is kept & how I've had to start placing paper towels underneath to catch the leak so that it doesn't affect our other machines sitting nearby.
On the other end of the spectrum, we have a old Mr. Coffee unit in our break room for 6 -8 production employees that is exposed to dust, multiple pots per day, little to no maintenance, and rough handling that has outlasted BOTH units of this model by many, many years. We also have a second-hand Keurig that gets used a few times a week for single cups after the initial pot for the day is done. Both of those show the quality & durability expected of their brands.
So despite loving this particular model, we will now be going with a completely different company for any future purchases.
The programming is a little confusing and the LCD display could offer more information about what you are doing when trying to program. I wish companies who make these kinds of appliances would include either a super capacitor or a lithium battery inside to retain memory when power goes out. It is a pain to have to reprogram the time and the auto-start time whenever your lights blink.
It's decent but with some thought by it's designers it could be a lot better.
***Update: Black and Decker replaced the faulty coffee maker with a new one that did not leak. It worked for a year, and now the replacement leaks water just as fast as the old one. 12 cups results in 8 cups of coffee and 4 cups of water on the counter. Junk.
First off, the one thing it’s supposed to do it does well, make a hot pot of good tasting fresh ground coffee. We’ve found that the temperature is a fair bit hotter than the other coffee makers we have. It also looks good from a distance. The lines are nice and the brushed aluminium accents give it a nice appeal. Using it is easy, even working through how the control panel functions took only a couple of minutes without reading the manual first. There are a couple of icons, brew strength for instance, which we needed to look up but otherwise it’s not a difficult machine to figure out. The cord is a decent length and while it wouldn’t get used often I appreciate the cubby hole which is used to store and keep the cable out of the way the machine isn't in use.
The carafe is ease enough to insert or remove from the machine but I’m a little worried about how long the top portion of the handle will last when dealing with a lot of full loads. It’s just a simple plastic clamp that really doesn’t look or feel that strong.
The permanent filter and grinding blade assembly pulls out very easily for cleaning or dumping the grounds. It only goes in one way and there’s really nothing that can go wrong when replacing it. The grinder isn’t very loud nor does it sound like it’s under powered.
Sure it’s handy to have the machine grind, brew, and deliver the coffee but there are some not so great items that need mentioning.
♦ While the machine is sold as 12 cups in reality it’s more like 8. The cups they used to get the number 12 are more like large espresso shot cups.
♦ The permanent filter is nice if you have a garburator that can deal with the grounds otherwise dealing with them can be a little difficult, this is where a disposable filter makes life easier.
♦ When grinding beans, if the permanent filter is even slightly wet the grounds get flung up against and then tend to stick on the sides which means that when the water is pouring not all of the grounds are used for the pot of coffee.
♦ The grinder setting is wonky. When we want to make a full pot and add the suggested amount of beans it grinds… grinds.. and grinds some more - far beyond what’s needed. This then ends up making a fair bit of very fine powder which slips past the grinding blade mechanism and ends up in the pot then eventually into the bottom of my cup. To compensate we found that using enough beans and water for 12 pots but setting the machine to 8 results in grounds which are small enough to release the flavour but aren’t powder fine.
Above I said it looks good from a distance, up close it starts to look cheap. When you pick it up there really isn’t any weight to it adding to the cheap feel. The left side plastic wall of the water reservoir is curved inward instead of straight. The lids for both water reservoir and coffee grinder fit ok but again feel too much like cheap plastic. Fit and finish here isn’t great but it is a sub $100 coffee maker with a built in grinder so it’s hard to compare with other sub $100 machines. End result is that this is at best a mid-range kitchen appliance.
Because of how well it does what we expect it to, make a good tasting cup of fresh ground coffee, even though it does suffer the points above, it’s a decent deal for the money and as such its better than just ok but I couldn't say that I love it.