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Cuisinart Brew Central DCC-1200 12 Cup Programmable Coffeemaker, Black/Silver
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- Classic brushed metal design with a 12-Cup carafe with ergonomic handle for comfortable, dripless pouring
- Brew pause feature lets you enjoy a cup of coffee before brewing has finished. Adjustable heater plate (low, medium, high) ensures that your coffee stays at the temperature you like best
- 24-hour advance brew start, programmable auto shutoff from 0 to 4 hours plus a 1- to 4-Cup feature when making less than 5 cups
- Includes: Charcoal water filter and permanent gold tone filter that ensures only the freshest coffee flavor flows through. Measuring scoop. Instruction book
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Cuisinart Brew Central 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker
Wake up each and every morning to a fragrant, freshly brewed pot of coffee when you use the Cuisinart Brew Central Coffee Maker. Strikingly retro in black and chrome, this 12-cup coffeemaker includes Cuisinart's best brewing technology and premium features for ease and flexibility. This coffee maker boasts wake-up feature so you don't have to spend one waking moment caffeine-less, A glass carafe, heat adjustable warming plate and pause function are just some of the additional benefits of this coffeemaker. Carafe is dishwasher safe.
- Brew-pause feature.
- Programmable shut-off.
- 24-hour clock and timer.
- Heat-adjustable warming plate.
- Dishwasher-safe coffee pot.
- Dimensions: 14.25 inch L x 8 inch W x 10.75 inch H.
- Cuisinart Coffee Maker, DCC 1200model# DCC-1200.
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|Color||Brushed Chrome||Stainless Steel||Black||Stainless Steel||black, silver||Stainless Steel/Black|
|Item Dimensions||9 x 7.75 x 14 in||9 x 7.75 x 14 in||14.17 x 8 x 8.11 in||10.88 x 10.12 x 16.38 in||10.9 x 16.1 x 9.6 in||7.41 x 9.26 x 13.78 in|
|Item Weight||6.8 lbs||8.75 lbs||6.9 lbs||9.75 lbs||6.8 lbs||5.29 lbs|
|Material Type||Plastic||Plastic||Metal||Stainless Steel||stainless-steel||Plastic|
Cuisinart introduces a coffeemaker with retro styling and high tech features, making it the centerpiece of any kitchen. The Cuisinart Brew Central coffeemaker is reminiscent of the days of classic styling and durable materials. A brushed metal exterior with retro-style controls houses the finest in coffee making technology. This fully programmable coffeemaker features 24-hour advance brew start, automatic shutoff, Brew Pause feature, 1-4 cup setting, adjustable heater plate, and self-cleaning function. An audible beep signals the end of the brew cycle.
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ALL I can say is, I guess they're in the right price point, because the next step up is into the hundreds of dollars... but all of my Cuisinart coffee makers have died from the same or similar problems of seal failures.
I got my first Cuisinart coffee maker (identical but brushed aluminum look)... it had a seal fail probably a year then leaked water out of the bottom.
I immediately went and got a shiny silver like this. I liked the look and the coffee it made so I figured it was a fluke and got a new one...
About a year later, it a seal failure happened so that it no longer would bring water up from the water reservoir to where the coffee grounds were.
Next one was an upgrade... slightly bigger and nicer... It lasted about 4 years then did the same thing... stopped transporting water so no coffee would brew. But I figured hey... looks cool... good coffee... lasted a lot longer than the last couple... let's roll with it.
But this last one I JUST got a month and a half ago... one of the seals failed and the clock/programming display filled up with water and steam and it is now unusable.
Too many seal failures!
Not necessarily it seems.
Otherwise it makes great coffee.
I purchased this during a very breif one day sale on Amazon for $50 including shipping, and I think it more frequently goes on sale for $60 with free shipping - but not sure.
It makes good coffee, using a differant system than a normal drip maker - as the hot water is injected into the grounds utilizing a somewhat pressurized sealed brewing area. However, this also means when you are done, and have cleaned the unit, if you close the lid the moisture remains locked into this area - may be a health issue, not sure?
The unit is tall - and if you open the lid to add coffee or water, or clean it or let it dry out, it will probably not fit underneath most above the counter cabinets with the lid raised.
This means you have to pull it out towards the front edge of your kitchen counter for filling and cleaning. This height also makes it a little tough to see the inside water marks, so you need to fill the desired water level by refering to the marks on the carafe and not on the inside of the maker.
The carafe is a little difficult to clean, as the lid has recessed areas that prevent all of the cleaning / rinsing water from draining out when you turn it upside down, and so you have to rinse it out a number of times to get all of the remaining coffee out of it.
The metal filter is nice, which eliminates the need for paper filters, and the little handle makes it easy to remove for cleaning. If you want to use paper filters it looks like you would have to purchase cone shapped filers, and not the more typical flat bottom filters.
I did not try the auto programing feature, I just fill it each morning and turn it on. I wish there was a way to turn off the 5 beeps that occure when done brewing so it would not make that noise which might wake up others in your home that might still be sleeping.
Even with all of the little disapointments or concerns, still seems like a very good unit.