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Capresso 464.05 CoffeeTeam GS 10-Cup Digital Coffeemaker with Conical Burr Grinder
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- Fully programmable 10-cup coffeemaker with built-in conical burr grinder
- Five fineness settings for light to dark beans let you adjust the grinder to your preferred taste
- Large 6-ounce bean container holds enough beans for 20 cups of brewed coffee before refilling
- 24-hour programmable clock/timer with easy-to-read LCD display shows time, grind and strength settings
- Drip stop for pouring a cup while brewing. Two-hour safety shut-off. Watts/Volts/Hertz: 900W/120V/60Hz
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Capresso - CoffeeTEAM GS
Coffee Maker / Grinder Combination
The first coffee maker / grinder combination machine with a CONICAL BURR* GRINDER and DIRECT FEED Technology! Just pour in the beans, program the time and the amount of coffee to be ground and CoffeeTEAM GS does the rest! Sleek and streamlined, the NEW CoffeeTEAM GS features a space-saving design, plus convenient features that make it easy to grind and brew fresh and flavorful coffee every day.
Feature and Benefits
The CoffeeTEAM GS lets you program the amount of coffee you want to grind: choose from 2, 4, 6, 8 or 10 cups and select mild, regular or strong. The coffee filter holder stays inside the machine during grinder preserving more aroma and reducing mechanical movements. You can even program two completely different settings, one for manual operation and one for automatic operation. This way you always enjoy exactly the same coffee taste.
The CoffeeTEAM uses solid steel conical burrs, the same as found in our automatic coffee centers. The slow grinding of the burrs imparts minimal heat preserving more aroma than blade grinding. It also allows a finer and more uniform grind than combination machines with a blade grinder.
Five fineness settings for light to dark beans let you adjust the grinder to your preferred beans (the darker/oilier the bean, the coarser the setting). 6 ounce bean container.
Direct-feed technology accommodates a more compact design while keeping moisture away from the grinder. The CoffeeTEAM GS grinds the programmed amount of beans directly into the filter and then automatically initiates the brewing process.
AM/PM Programmable Clock/Timer lets you set the time when to grind and brew automatically.
The easy-to-read LCD display shows the time, grind and strength settings. Charcoal water filter removes up to 82% of chlorine and other impurities. 10-cup Glass Carafe.
GoldTone Filter included. CoffeeTEAM GS can also be used with size 4 filter paper. Over 200 degrees F brew and 180 degrees F coffee temperature in glass carafe directly after brewing.
2 Hour Safety Shut-Off will keep the coffee hot for two hours after brewing. Then the heating element will shut off by itself conserving energy and giving you peace of mind.
The unit can be used with or without the grinder, accommodating pre-ground coffee, including flavored coffees or decaf. Choose the BREW MODE for pre-ground coffee or GRIND/BREW MODE for whole bean coffee. Stop-and-Serve lets you remove the carafe while brewing to serve a quick cup.
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First of all, the burr grinder in the new machine is very rough sounding, as though it was poorly made, whereas the old machine had a grinder that ran very smoothly and quietly. But the main reason for my disappointment is that the chute from the grinder to the filter basket clogs continually. After spending I don't know how much time cleaning the chute in the hope that it would finally work correctly, I finally gave up. Expecting a nice strong cup of coffee and ending up with nothing more than colored, or plain hot water is an exercise in frustration. Maybe the reason for the problem is that I use dark, Italian or French roast coffee which is pretty oily, but the fact remains that my coffee maker cannot cope with the beans - maybe it's a fluke, or maybe not.
If I can't get my money back on this uncooperative coffee machine, I'll just take it to the dump and forget about the money I lost. I would not recommend that you buy this product, especially if you use dark roasted beans for your coffee.
1) Conical burr grinder. The burr modules spin at lower speeds than standard burr grinders, imparting less heat to the beans.
2) SUPER easy clean up. I don't think anyone can beat this model when it comes to clean up. Just 4 parts -- 3 if you use paper filters. The carafe, carafe lid, basket and permanent filter. No filter lid, no dirty grinding chamber, etc.
3) Compared to blade style grind and brews, the noise volume is lower (still loud) and the tone is of a lower frequency. There is no way to make a grind and brew coffee maker quiet, but it would be nice if manufacturers started employing noise insulation or noise cancellation techniques. But overall, I found the noise very tolerable. My cats did not even care, normally they would bolt to the basement when the Cuisinart fired up.
4) Thermal carafe is designed very well. You activate a thumb button to pour and the flow rate is very good, maybe 75% of the flow rate you would get from a standard, glass carafe.
5) Backlit LCD display is large and easily legible both day and night, although like others have said it is very bright.
6) The little charcoal water filter seems to be the same size as the Cuisinart ones. I'm pleasantly surprised that they seem to be interchangeable. Helpful because I've seen the Cuisinart ones sold at several locations, but not the Capresso ones.
1) Bean reservoir lid pops off during grinding. Yes, I made sure it was securely in place. It just snaps on, there is way to lock it in place. The machine vibrates during grinding, which eventually works the lid free.
2) Coffee was weak on the 4 cup setting, even bumping the aroma setting all the way to dark didn't help matters. For a $200+ coffee maker that determines the amount of beans to use itself, this was strange.
3) Thermal carafe, despite being well designed, is small (10 cup). The Cuisinart burr grinder models come with 12 cup thermal carafes.
4) No outside water gauge.
5) Top lid does not snap close easily and feels like it could be the first thing to break.
6) Capresso was stingy on the stainless steel. The sides and top are black plastic. Not a huge deal, but for this price I expected a more high-end look. To compare, the Cuisinart DGC-650 which is less than half the cost has stainless steel on both sides.
7) There are a couple of tablespoons of beans that are "in transit" to the grinder and inaccessible. They are processed when the next pot is brewed. So if you decide to brew a pot of decaf and were previously making regular, a portion of your pot will be made with regular beans. Or in my case, if you sometimes go several days between pots, your coffee is always made with somewhat stale beans. Unfortunately all of burr grind and brew coffee makers that I've seen work like this.
First things first. This is not my first grind and brew. My old Melitta Mill & Brew, with its faulty plastic latch long since broken had become a drag. For years I had to put a box of chicken stock on top of the grind chamber to keep it shut so it would work! And while it made pretty good coffee, it seemed to waste grounds by spraying them inside the grinder basket. And the daily cleanup ritual had started to make the whole idea of grinding and brewing in one device seem only of marginal value. And yet, the alternatives, including a best-selling Cuisinart model, have notorious bad reviews here at Amazon for being a total chore to clean.
Enter the Capresso CoffeeTeam GS, which solves all of my problems with its ingenious design. No longer do you have to measure the coffee. The CoffeeTeam GS will brew from 2 to 10 cups automatically, grinding just the right amount of beans with no guesswork. Cleanup is a breeze. The filter basket swings out and is easily washed. And because the grinding occurs in a separate chamber from the filter basket, there is no wasted coffee.
The quality of the coffee is also exactly what I want -- hot, and with the full flavor of the bean preserved by the conical burr grinders. If you want stronger or weaker coffee, it's very easy to do. You can also choose finer or coarser grinds depending on the type of coffee you are using (oily coffee should be coarser, light coffee finer).
There are two items that are drawbacks, but I don't mind them so am still giving this five stars. First, the grinder is wake-up-your-wife loud. And it can go for 40 seconds if you are making a full pot. It's not so loud that it hurts your ears, but it is not pleasant, and Capresso would have done well to add some amount of noise insulation. Second, because of the design, a small amount of ground coffee is left in the machine every time. This is an issue in two respects. First, switching from one type of coffee to another is not instantaneous, because invariably there is this overlap. Second, if you leave the machine unused for more than about a week, Capresso recommends cleaning out the coffee chamber and using new coffee. That's because the coffee will get a little more stale with each passing day. But like I said, in my mind these are very minor complaints to a really great product!
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