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BUNN A10 Pour-O-Matic Coffee Brewer
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- Quickly brews two to eight 6-ounce cups per batch
- Attractive, space-saving to fit any counter.
- Keep-warm function; preheats water for tea or other beverages
- Includes 2 packages of filters, deliming spring, and instruction manual
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Pourover Brewer brews coffee in three minutes. Brewing temperature is controlled by a thermostat. Brewer includes 10-cup glass carafe, coffee funnel and 25 filters. UL listed. CSA approved.
"Versatile" and "sturdy" aptly describe this well-designed appliance. Once the tank is filled and preheated to brewing temperature (in about 15 minutes), the Pour-Omatic immediately begins brewing coffee whenever more water (2-cup minimum) is added. So you're never more than three minutes away from a fresh cup of coffee. Holds brewed coffee indefinitely at the perfect temperature for drinking, or you can use the preheated water for tea or other beverages. The brewing funnel fits easily into positioning slots that suspend it securely over the 6-cup glass decanter, as does the hot-water funnel. Also included are two large packages of Bunn drip filters, a spring for deliming the drip mechanism, and a clearly written, illustrated instruction booklet to help you get the best performance from this appliance. --Toni Reineke
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I have used my Bunn A10 for 24 years without failure until today.
(the thermostat finally failed, $60 repair part, Bunn 04069.0003)
Question is, how do I make consistently great tasting coffee?
The answer comes in several parts.
1. Find a coffee and grind that works with your machine. (much trial and error)
2. Find best brewing method for a particular coffee and grind.
3. Requires a coffee maker that operates consistently. (simpler the better)
My method uses my Bunn A10 and a standard sized French Press.
The French Press fits the A10 perfectly with funnel inserted.
I found a coffee and grind I prefer. (this was Very Much trial and error)
I have a tasty cup of coffee every day with 100% consistency.
The same exact methods (plural) that your fancy coffee shop uses.
Best of all.... the Bunn A10 produces a whole pot of French Press coffee in about 2 minutes max on demand.
(heat up time takes about two minutes between pots)
Put coffee in press, pour in water, a minute and a half later... tasty coffee that is not too hot.
Mine lasted over 20 years.
I can finally write a review based upon long term use and failure.
This is a good coffee maker.
The current draw on heat cycle is 8 amps measured. (960 watts)
Current draw on rest without warmer is .25 amps measured. (30 watts)
Specified max current is 9.5 amps. (1140 watts)
Make note of those readings.
You will need a strong outlet (preferably not shared) to use this coffee maker, otherwise, be certain to turn it off so it does not enter a heat cycle when using some other appliance.
The tank is Highly Insulated and does not enter heat cycle more than once a day in a warm home. (stays hot virtually all day)
Output water temp is roughly 180 degrees +/- 10 degrees.
You grind some coffee, plop it in, pour in the water and within a very short time you have excellent coffee. I make one 16 oz "cup" (using 4 Tbls) and it does that fine. I rarely turn on the hot plate. I've made full pots but with the ease and speed of the brew, there is no reason. Single coffee mugs are the way for me.
The unit draws power all the time and it actually evaporates some of the water over the course of a day. If I skip coffee for a few days, as much as 12 oz will have evaporated. In the winter time, that is fine. I need the heat and the moisture. In the summer time, that is going to be bad.
I'll probably find some way to turn it off and on. But even starting from a batch of cold water, it takes only about 10 minutes to get up to temperature. I'm thinking put it on a timer that clicks on just as I wake up and I should be fine.
So far the A10 has performed exactly as expected.
The A10 is slightly larger and heavier than our previous models but still fits nicely on the counter top.
The coffee that the A10 puts out is typical Bunn coffee, which is fast, and darn near perfect.
We've owned Bunn coffee makers since the early 80's and I intend to keep buying them.
I decided to get the A10 this time because it is advertised as a home/commercial model with a rapid recovery time and we make coffee 3-5 times a day.
Being a coffeeholic, the three minute brew time satisfies my immediate craving for coffee in the morning. :)