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Cuisinart DCC-1200PRC 12-Cup Replacement Glass Carafe, Black

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  • Fits various Cuisinart models
  • OEM Part Number DCC-1200PRC
  • Fits the following models: 3066 3067 3093 3094 3111 3112 KF140 KF576
  • Item is manufactured in United States
  • 12-cup carafe
  • Ergonomic handle
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Product Description

Package Quantity: 1 | Size: 12 Cup

12-cup carafe with ergonomic handle, dripless spout, and knuckle guard. DCC-1200PRC is the black replacement carafe for the 12-cup Cuisinart Brew Central Coffeemaker.

Product Information

Package Quantity:1  |  Size:12 Cup
Product Dimensions 8.4 x 8.3 x 7.5 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Cuisinart
ASIN B0000CFNE3
Item model number DCC-1200PRC
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4.5 out of 5 stars 1,976 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #199 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#1 in Home & Kitchen > Kitchen & Dining > Coffee, Tea & Espresso > Coffee & Espresso Machine Parts & Accessories > Coffee Machine Accessories > Coffeemaker Pots
#10 in Home & Kitchen > Kitchen & Dining > Coffee, Tea & Espresso > Coffee Makers
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By Churchill J. Barton on January 26, 2007
Size: 12 CupItem Package Quantity: 1
I received an e-mail from Amazon asking me to review this carafe, which I had purchased about two weeks ago. OK, I'll write a review. Here we go: In a world where carafes often go unnoticed, many carafes and carafe-like kitchen accessories struggled to rise above the masses; to gain recognition; to find some way to be different. This carafe, all by itself, did just that. Bravely staying put in the coffee maker while near-boiling coffee dripped in, resolutely holding this coffee for up to several hours so that the Joe wouldn't just flow freely across the kitchen counter top, this carafe decided to make a difference. Sometimes our world seems to be coming apart at the seams, but you can count on this carafe to hold your coffee together in one place. Coming soon to a theater near you. (I'm here all week; try the roast beef).
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Size: 12 CupItem Package Quantity: 1
This thin-walled carafe designed solely to break, requiring purchase of a replacement at an outrageous price. Can't a company like Cuisineart find an honest way to make a profit?
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Size: 12 CupItem Package Quantity: 1
This is an excellent example of soaking the consumer. You can buy an entire coffee maker for the price of this carafe, but once you've committed to the Cuisinart coffee maker, you've got to buy their replacement carafe only because nothing else will fit. And it's not terribly well made (fairly thin glass), which is why the original one broke so easily.

But it does make good coffee. Just be careful washing the carafe.
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Size: 12 CupItem Package Quantity: 1
Having already replaced my DCC 1200PRC twice a friend advised to shop for the generic version which is available at about half the price! Although I love my Cuisinart coffee maker, replacing the pot had become way too expensive. I am very happy with the model that I found at Total Vac.
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Size: 12 CupItem Package Quantity: 1
A Mr. Coffee 12-cup replacement decanter will work perfectly with a slight (10-second) modification to your Cuisinart coffee maker.

Pros:
The Mr. Coffee decanter appears to have thicker glass and looks less delicate; is one piece so it won't leak between the plastic top and the glass bottom; only costs around fourteen bucks at your local department store.

Cons:
You'll loose the automatic coffee flow stop function when the decanter is removed from the coffee maker while still percolating.

What's different:
When the Cuisinart decanter is placed in the coffee maker, the top of the decanter lid pushes up the valve which lifts a rubber washer off its seat and allows the coffee to pass by the opening and drip into the decanter. The Mr. Coffee decanter is not tall enough to lift the valve.

Here's all you have to do:
1) The stop-valve must be removed from the bottom of the Cuisinart coffee grounds basket.
2) Look down into the inside of the coffee grounds basket. At the bottom, you'll see a movable plastic valve stem.
3) Atop the valve stem, there's a rubber washer that's a little larger in diameter than a pencil eraser. This washer needs to be pulled off.
4) While using one hand to lift the valve stem up against spring pressure, use two fingers from the other hand to squeeze and stretch the rubber washer to pull it off of the valve stem. Note which way the washer was installed as it's not the same shape on the top as it is on the bottom. Either throw the valve, spring, and rubber washer away or save them in your junk drawer just in case you ever want to go back to the original Cuisinart decanter.

Enjoy!
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Size: 12 CupItem Package Quantity: 1 Verified Purchase
Arrived in good condition however, when we used it it was leaking from around the black rim. Coffee comes from under the rim unto the counter. It's a mess. Weve been dealing with it but it's frustrating. The coffee machine itself has been great as was the original pot.
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Size: 12 CupItem Package Quantity: 1
There is nothing so satisfying as paying $25 to replace a brittle carafe for a $79 coffee maker.
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Size: 12 CupItem Package Quantity: 1 Verified Purchase
I have had my Cuisinart coffeemaker for 3-4 years now, and I'm currently on my fifth (!!!) replacement carafe. The carafe is fine. Its handle is sturdy, the carafe has never dribbled, and can hold max capacity of 12 cups of coffee. I use it about twice a day.
My only complaint is that the glass wall of the carafe is thin. My first, second, and third carafes were chipped or broken by falls. However, this latest one was very flimsy: after many months of handwashing (I never put it in the dishwasher), I accidentally tapped the side of the carafe on the granite counter next to the sink, and it _shattered_ into many small pieces. My fifth carafe now is 5 months strong.
Yes, it's upsetting that the replacement carafes are so expensive. But the coffeemaker itself is excellent, and I won't change getting replacement carafes (unless there is a generic out there that's cheaper and sturdier). This makes me think of inkjet printers: they're so cheap, but the ink is so expensive. The Cuisinart coffeemaker is inexpensive and EXCELLENT, but unfortunately the carafes are expensive.
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