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Cuisinart DCC-RWF Replacement Water Filters, 2-Pack
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- Set of 2 charcoal water filters helps ensure deliciously fresh home-brewed coffee
- Removes chlorine, odors, calcium and other water impurities prior to brewing
- Simple-to-install design; requires replacing every 60 days or after 60 uses
- For use with Cuisinart models DCC-1000BK, DCC-1200, DGB-600, DCC-2000 and DCC-2200
- Measures approximately 1-1/2 by 2-4/5 by 5 Inch
- Removes chlorine, odors, calcium, and other water impurities prior to brewing
- For use with Cuisinart models DCC-1000BK, DCC-1200, DGB-600, DCC-2000, and DCC-2200
- Measures approximately 1-1/2 by 2-4/5 by 5 inches
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This year, I found that the filter serves another purpose which is to prevent the occasional overflowed coffee ground from clogging the feed line and preventing all of the water to pass through the filter so you end up with less cups of coffee output compared to cups of water input. With pure water, the filter will last a long time. The root cause of the slow water feed in the paragraph above turned out to be a clogged valve in the feed line.
It is very important when using this coffee maker to have the right grind size. Excessive number of fines can lead to clogging.
Okay, so, the water isn't ALWAYS that scary to drink. Just, uh, just most of the time.
Even when the water doesn't make you sick, it usually tastes like it's been funneled through an old radiator. Coffeemakers, generally speaking, don't include water filters because the brewing process ostensibly kills all of the harmful bacteria. But you can still taste the heavy-metal-goodness in every last drop of leaden java. Lip smacking!
Anyhoo, I purchased a Cuisinart Coffeemaker recently (oh, how I love that machine), and it came with a package of these little filter fellows, and let me tell you, they do the trick. Gone are the filamental-flavors, the taste of scalded electrical wire! All that's left is pure watery goodness, the clean, crisp clarity of two spic-n-span H's and one well-scrubbed O. Now, if this little wunder-filter can do THAT for the brackish dreck that passes for water in Seoul, imagine how much more effective it would be on YOUR water!
Uh. Assuming you also do not live in Seoul. Or, er, Mexico. And parts of Bangladesh. And most of Haiti. And also, maybe, Djibouti. (Although I think Djibouti's been getting its act together with the public water works system these days, thanks to macro-economic reform programs. See the comments section below.)
NOTE: Some elements of the above review may have been exagerrated in order to titillate easily-titillated readers. Readers with tender sensibilities should not have read the previous review.
2 packs. Next time I will go to my local Cuisinart supplier. and purchase what I have always purchased without having to pay extra for shipping.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just like the originals from Cuisinart - didn't come in a box, so I used the old one. Great value.Published 3 days ago by Doug Felsenthal
Yes, this work as expected. I trust that coffee works better with these filters but I have also been using filtered water to make my coffee and my coffee filter is working better... Read morePublished 4 days ago by SKWI
Have used this product for my coffee maker for several years & have no complaints.Published 15 days ago by Maureen L. Worman