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Hamilton Beach Ensemble 12-Cup Coffeemaker with Glass Carafe, Red
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- 12-cup coffeemaker with user-friendly control panel and digital display
- Programmable clock/timer for "wake-up" coffee; brew-pause function
- Glass carafe with stay-cool handle, measuring marks, and drip-free pour spout
- Nonstick hot plate; 2-hour automatic shut-off for safety; easy-to-clean removable parts
- Measures approximately 11 by 8 by 14-inch; 1-year limited warranty
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Compact stainless steel design fits your space and your style
Programmable clock / timer
- 2 hour auto shutoff.
- Auto pause & serve.
- Large clock display.
Great coffee however you need it
Hamilton Beach Automatic Coffee Machines are famous because they make delicious coffee, brew quickly, have great programmable features and clean up easily. Whether you choose an automatic coffee maker like our no-carafe BrewStation line with easy, one-hand dispensing; our regular and reliable 10-12 cup coffee makers; or our great line of thermal coffee makers , you’ll always be able to brew delicious coffee for any time or day of the week.
All of our automatic coffee makers make the same tasty brew that stays fresh and hot for hours. No matter if you brewing for one before leaving the house or for the family on the weekend, an Automatic Coffee Machine from Hamilton Beach has you covered.
- Choose from regular, bold and 1-4 cup brew options.
- Easy-pour carafe.
- Nonstick warmer plate.
- Easy to use and clean.
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|Item Dimensions||9.74 x 12.24 x 14.63 in||9.74 x 12.24 x 14.63 in||11.26 x 8.25 x 13.4 in||7.41 x 9.26 x 13.78 in||11.3 x 9.1 x 14.4 in||11.5 x 9 x 15.2 in|
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With its sleek contemporary styling, this 12-cup coffeemaker not only looks good on the kitchen counter, but it also provides an array of convenient features. The machine's user-friendly control panel and digital display ensure ease of use, while its programmable clock/timer function allows for waking up to the aroma of freshly brewed coffee. A glass carafe comes included, complete with a stay-cool handle, measuring marks up the side, and a drip-free pour spout. For sneaking a quick cup of coffee midbrew, simply remove the carafe from the machine to pause the flow of coffee, then replace the carafe to continue the brewing process--a nice feature, particularly for those in a hurry for that first sip. Other highlights include a nonstick hot plate, two-hour automatic shut-off for safety and peace of mind, cord storage, and easy-to-clean removable parts. The matching Ensemble toaster, can opener, and blender can be purchased separately for a coordinated look. In bold red with stainless-steel accents, the coffeemaker measures approximately 11 by 8 by 14-inch and carries a one-year limited warranty.
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UPDATE: OCT 31. Still absolutely no problems with my Hamilton Beach. The carafe cleans easily, the machine is simple to operate, and I haven't had one drip when pouring. My 5 stars still stands!
UPDATE: FEB 14. The first problem with my coffee machine has reared its ugly head. One of the best features of the machine is the brew timer. Mine goes on at 3:15 am, I leave for work at 6:20 am, and with the 2 hour cycle, I only have to push it off and on once to get the burner to stay hot until I'm done with the pot. When I got home yesterday, the blue lights indicating that indicate whether or not the burner/coffee pot is on, were off. Problem is, the burner was still hot - 11 hours AFTER it should have gone off. The only way to get the burner to turn off was to unplug the machine. I will be very wary of this, but man, I really like this coffee maker, and am kind of bummed that it should do this.
UPDATE: JUNE 23. Our house still stands, nothing has burned down or caught fire!! There have only been a couple of times when the coffee maker refused to turn itself off - we just got in the habit of setting the carafe on the counter when we poured our last cup of the morning! In the last several months, we haven't had any trouble at all. I'll buy another one when/if this one goes out. It still looks good and makes darn good coffee!!
UPDATE: OCTOBER 22, 2013. We have passed the year mark with the coffee maker, and I can honestly say that with other coffee makers we would be considering a replacement. Not so here. Everything still works perfectly, the warmer keeps the coffee just as hot as the day we bought it, it brews just as well, and is still as easy to clean. The timer and clock still work - it's been an excellent machine for under $30. When this one gives up the ghost, I'd have no problems going with another Hamilton Beach!
UPDATE: JANUARY 12, 2015. We are still using the coffee maker! Nothing has burned down, though occasionally, it refuses to turn itself off and we have to unplug it. Still brews great, easy to clean. No problems at all. 2 years and 3 months and still going strong!
Returned Item to Hamilton Beach and they quickly sent me a new one . To return to them they need your invoice and 1 inch of the plug. Much easier than than sending the whole pot etc... New model seems ok after 2 days use. I think it's important to let the manufacturer know when a problem occured like the one I had. You'll need to call their customer service first, of course.I'll update this as my use increases...
(1) Another reviewer mentioned this and I thought it seemed an odd comment, but now I get it. It's a lot of red plastic. Seen from the side, it's a wide red expanse of plastic and the panels don't match up as well as they should. Everything your liquids touch is plastic except for the carafe. I thought this wouldn't bother me but it does. I will upload pictures of it from different angles.
(2) A flat-bottomed grounds basket is inefficient, and sometimes not all the coffee grounds even get wet, never mind actually brewed. Maybe this is less of an issue if you brew a large pot of coffee every time, but we brew only 2-3 cups. Our prior coffeemakers had conical baskets, a vastly more efficient design. To get around this we initially remove the carafe at the start so the water stays in the basket, fully wetting the grounds, for the first few mins of brewing (works for smaller brew), then place the carafe back and let it start dripping. This is ridiculous.
(3) One has to swing the drip arm (the part that drips the water from the reservoir into the grounds) out of the way for cleaning, then back again. Minor, but poor design.
(4) Truly annoying extra cleaning required by poor design: This one's going to be hard to describe for you. To clean the plastic unit that holds the paper or metal filter, you take it out to rinse it. But coffee remains in the plastic area beneath it, above the carafe, which cannot be removed. To clean it (to avoid tainting future cups of coffee), you have to place something (like a glass, cup, or container) under the drip spout (you can't use the carafe bec this drip hole is larger than the hole in the carafe), rinse out the remaining coffee by splashing water into this area from yet another glass, cup or container, and then rinse out the item you used to catch this rinse water. This is ridiculous.
BTW, we got a universal metal filter for the grounds to avoid having to use paper filters, from Best Buy ($10, by mail order, described as a match for this type of coffeemaker) and it works just fine (except see #2 above).