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Cuisinart DCC-2000 Coffee-on-Demand 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker, Brushed Metal
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- Dispenses one cup at a time with an easy-to-read actuator
- Fully programmable with 24-hour advance brew start, programmable auto-shutoff and self-clean feature
- Removable double-wall coffee reservoir and removable water reservoir
- Includes: Charcoal water filter and permanent gold-tone coffee filter ensures only the freshest coffee flavor flows through. Measuring scoop, instruction Book
- Measures 14-1/2 by 9 by 8-1/2 inches; 3-Year warranty
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Cuisinart introduces coffee without the carafe! The Coffee on demand coffeemaker has a simple "press to serve" lever that delivers up to 12 cups of hot coffee, cup by cup, from a double wall reservoir. Our exclusive Coffee gauge on the front of the unit counts down the cups remaining. With 24-hour programmability, auto shutoff, professional brushed metal housing, and clean, contemporary styling, this is one of the easiest-and almost elegant- coffeemakers on the market.
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On another topic, I do have to say that I am baffled at why all these reviewers are complaining about having to pour the water in the machine with a different container. Apparently it has not dawned on them that the REMOVABLE coffee well (which is also where the water goes and is removable so that it can be cleaned when necessary) can simply be removed and held under the tap to be filled with water. There is no need for a pitcher or Pyrex measuring cup to transfer water. The removable well even has a pour spout with a trap door like flap so that the water can be poured with more accurancy. Granted you do have to pour slowly or it sloshes out and pouring at an angle helps but once you figure it out, it is really no different than filling a carafe and pouring into a fixed well. That being said, I wonder if sloshing water is the culprit in this wiring malfunction issue? It is somewhat cumbersome to fill, regardless of how you do it, and if water is getting into the wrong places and Cuisinart has not corrected the machine to account for this problem, wiring could be getting wet? I don't know. All I know is, mine has finally become to unreliable to deal with anymore and despite this very common problem, I love, love, love not having a carafe but a little lever to push every morning to get my coffee so I will be purchasing another. If you are insistent on boycotting Cuisinart for this problem, Mr. Coffee does make a similar version and I have found their carafe coffee makers to fairly long lasting in the past. Call me stupid and tell me "I told you so" but I am off to buy my new Cuisinart coffee maker now!
I like pros/cons lists, so here goes:
-makes EXCELLENT hot(!) coffee
-auto shutoff (you can set for 1-4 hours)
-programmable auto on with a nice green light indicator
-brewing light with a nice red indicator
-coffee maker beeps when it finishes brewing or when it is about to shut off
-keeps coffee hot but not burnt while it is on
-can dispense coffee without making a mess while it is still brewing(!) possibly best feature
-has an inexpensive replaceable charcoal filter
-has an analog dial gauge for coffee level
-looks cool siting on the counter
-lever to disperse coffee feels well made and coffee never leaks
-filing water reservoir without spilling take practice
(using a water bottle makes it MUCH more easy)
-taller than normal travel mugs do not fit (you can remove the
bottom tray and there is a cutout to fit a normal size travel mug)
-cleaning the coffee reservoir is not easy until you get the hang
of it (there is a hole you pour the extra coffee/water out of)
-emptying the coffee grinds is not easy until you get the hang of it
(for whatever the reason if you don't hold it right, the filter will
get caught on the handle as it comes out and make a mess)
-hard to gauge how much coffee is left when needle is about 1/4 or less
(still shows about 1/8 when empty)
-brushed stainless is actually plastic (however it does look real)
Overall this is a solid 4.5 star coffee maker, could be 5 stars IF it where a little more easy to fill and clean. Others have complained about it breaking before or around 1-yr of use, so far we have had ours about 8mo and it works perfect. I would probably purchase one again and have already recommended it to friends and family members.
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