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Hamilton Beach 49983 2-Way FlexBrew Coffeemaker
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- Versatile brewing - single cup or a full pot
- Compatible with K-Cup Packs
- Brew a full pot of coffee
- Regular or bold brew strength
- Programmable timer with 2 hour automatic shutoff, kindly refer the video and the user manual given below for troubleshooting steps.
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Hamilton Beach 2-Way FlexBrew Coffeemaker
The 2-Way FlexBrew Coffeemaker maximizes your brewing flexibility and offers more brewing options than most coffeemakers. To start your day, you can use the 'single-serve side' to brew into a standard-size cup or brew up to a 14 ounce. travel mug. What’s more, you have the choice of brewing with a K-Cup pack or your favorite ground coffee. On mornings when you want to enjoy cup after cup, or when you’re entertaining, the 'carafe side' makes a full 12-cup pot. So much in so little space, the 2-Way FlexBrew Coffeemaker provides maximum flexibility for your coffee-drinking enjoyment.
All this brewing flexibility won’t take over your whole countertop, either. At just 10.63 inches wide and (27 centimeter) and 10.24 inches (26 centimeter) deep, the 2-Way FlexBrew Coffeemaker accomplishes a lot of things in a minimum amount of space. And you’ll find that at 13.9 inches (35.3) height, it’s even a bit shorter than many full-size coffeemakers.
- Choose either single serve or 12 cup carafe
- Durable, stainless steel features and dishwasher safe, removable parts
- Equipped with a 'Quick Start' Guide with simple, step-by-step brewing guidelines
- One-year warranty
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|Built-in coffee grinder||✓|
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|Item Dimensions||10.6 x 10.2 x 13.9 in||11.75 x 10.81 x 15.75 in||11.5 x 16 x 12 in||12.9 x 11.15 x 15.9 in||12.88 x 11.75 x 16.62 in||12.4 x 10.75 x 16.5 in|
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Hamilton beach flex brew, 2 way brewer, brews 12 cups or brews single serve k-cups or ground coffee, powerful 900W heater brews k-cups in 2.5 minutes, programmable 12 cup coffeemaker using ground coffee with glass Carafe, 2 hour auto off, regular or bold brew select, auto pause.
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I'm going to tell you how to get the most out of this machine: Keep that ridiculous water level sensor turned off! This machine really aggravated me when I first tried to brew a single cup of coffee. If you have, literally, 1oz too much water in the reservoir, it will not brew a single serving cup or K-Cup. The solution? Keep the sensor in the water reservoir pushed down. I used a bamboo skewer to accomplish this. Now I can brew any size single serving mug of coffee I want with no annoying ERR messages. Do be careful though, on the single cup side there is no shut-off if you put more water in than what your mug will hold. (See the Customer Images section for a pic of this)
I've had this a week. I absolutely love it now that I've found a way to make this usable for me. I hope this helps others in solving that stupid ERR message problem. I gave it 4 out of 5 for having to rig this up myself, but honestly I love this machine. It's wonderful.
UPDATE 3/20/2016 - Here we are two years later and I still love this machine. We use it every day and it's been a wonderful purchase for us. I've changed my review to 5 stars due to the longevity of a coffee maker this inexpensive. I am really considering picking up another one for when the inevitable happens. If Hamilton Beach would like to send me something free, like they do for the annoying Vine reviewers, I wouldn't be against it. I can guarantee I've personally saved many returns of this machine.
* coffee maker
* 12-cup carafe
* basket that takes cupcake-style coffee filters for ground coffee
* tray for making individual servings of coffee with two inserts: one insert is used for ground coffee or coffee "pods", the second insert is for K-Cup coffee packs
* manual and quick-start guide
Note that the individual travel coffee mug shown in the picture on the box is not included.
This coffeemaker allows you to make coffee how you like it--a full pot or just an individual cup. And you can use coffee grounds or K-Cups or coffee "pods". Also, when making a pot of coffee you can program the time you want the coffee to be made.
In the video I show the various options and features of this Hamilton Beach coffeemaker, as well as demonstrate making a cup of coffee.
After using this coffeemaker for a while, I'm happy with it, as it gives me more flexibility than my previous coffeemaker, which only brewed a carafe at a time. Also, I've been wanting to try one of those K-Cup coffeemakers, and so this unit gives me the best of both worlds.
I've only had a problem with the machine a few times- the water reservoir is divided into two parts- the bottom part is where the water is measured for individual servings and if the water goes past a certain point, the machine won't dispense coffee on the individual side (to prevent overflow of mugs, which is a really smart idea). The problem comes into play when the barrier between the upper and lower reservoirs becomes stuck and doesn't allow water to pass through. A few times I hadn't put too much water in reservoir, and it wouldn't allow the coffee to go through the individual serving size. Upon closer inspection, I noticed that it appeared to be that water was sitting in the upper part, but there wasn't any in the lower part. So I took a butter knife and poked (I know, this is a very technical repair!) as the rubber gasket gently a few times until the water ran into the lower part. I unplugged the coffeemaker, plugged it back in (a trick I learned from Microsoft tech support), and it worked! It has only happened a few times since we bought it a couple of years ago... but it is good to know how to fix the problem, especially when in an already caffeine-deprived state.