KRUPS KM7005 Grind and Brew Coffee Maker with Stainless Steel Conical Burr Grinder, 10-cup, Black
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- Revolutionary programmable coffee machine with conical built-in steel burr grinder
- 5 levels of grind; 3 coffee strength settings (mild, medium, strong); aroma function for more intense extraction
- 2,4,6,8 or 10-cup digital settings that control the coffee-water ratio
- Pause and serve feature lets you remove carafe at any time to serve; keep warm function keeps coffee hot for 2 hours
- Auto shut off; DuoFilter water filtration system; 950 watts; 2 year worldwide warranty
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KRUPS KM700 Grind and Brew Coffee Maker
Freshly ground. Delicious hot coffee. Each and every time.
KRUPS KM700 Grind and Brew Coffee Maker
Bold design, precision, ingenuity and unwavering craftsmanship uniquely define the philosophy of the leading brand Robert KRUPS created in 1846.
Starting with the most precise scales in the world, Robert KRUPS diversified the brand portfolio launching historical products such as the first electric coffee grinder, the 3-Mix hand mixer or the Onco Coffee Maker. Soon identified as a leader in the coffee and espresso industry, KRUPS has continued growing, introducing the German high quality products to consumers across the world.
Today, KRUPS perpetuates the high standards of quality that have been set more than 150 years ago and put Passion, Precision and Perfection at the heart of each and every product.
- Passion: Like the experts and the consumers it serves, KRUPS is passionate about products that are designed to perform flawlessly.
- Precision: Producing a perfect cup of coffee, shot of espresso or perfect waffle every time is what KRUPS sets out to achieve.
- Perfection: Extra thick walls for stability, high quality materials for durability, well crafted mechanism for consistent performance, and carefully designed controls for functional clarity.
KRUPS KM700 Grind and Brew Coffee Maker
The KRUPS KM700 Grind and Brew coffee maker takes the guesswork out of brewing the perfect cup of coffee: the grind, the coffee-to-water ratio, the brew temperature and contact time.
Featuring a steel conical burr grinder, recognized by coffee connoisseurs as the best method of preparing whole beans, KRUPS Grind and Brew coffee maker allows for 5 grind levels (from fine to coarse). This level of adjustment ensures that you get the most out of the coffee beans to achieve that rich, full bodied cup of coffee. In addition, the Grind & Brew also includes the ability to set 3 levels of coffee strength (mild, medium and strong), the number of cups desired (2 to 10 cups) and the aroma function – so that you have the utmost level of control over the coffee extraction and brewing process.
Control and convenience are also at the heart of the KRUPS KM700552 Grind and Brew coffee machine. Programmable, the KRUPS coffee maker can be set to automatically brew. The warming plate then maintains the coffee at the optimal temperature for up to 2 hours after which the machine shuts off automatically for safety and convenience. And for these who are in a hurry the pause and serve feature enables you to remove the carafe during the brew cycle and pour an early cup. With the KRUPS KM700 Grind and Brew coffee machine, preparing a freshly ground, delicious hot coffee, each and every time , has never been easier.
- 10 cup glass carafe
- Conical Burr grinder with automatic functionality
- 5 levels of grind and 3 settings for coffee strength
- Back-lighted LCD with clock and programmable timer
- 2, 4, 6, 8, or 10-cup digital settings that control the coffee-water ratio
- Aroma function for 2-4 cups for proper brewing of small coffee quantities
- Anti-drip valve (Pause and Serve)
- Automatically prevents steam from clogging the coffee channel and grinder
- Water Filtration (472-00 Duo filter)
- 13.11 x 12.44 x 17.63 inches ; 8.6 pounds
- 950 watts; 2 year worldwide warranty
Main Product Features
Built-In Conical Burr Grinder
Conical Burr grinder ensures uniform ground consistency without overheating the beans.
Precision Coffee Grinding
5 levels of grind from coarse to fine and 3 settings to achieve the desired coffee strength.
Backlit LCD with clock and programmable timer.
10 Cup Glass Coffee Carafe
From 2 to 10 cups of deliciously hot coffee according to your taste.
Recommendations for optimal coffee results
To make sure your experience with KRUPS KM700552 is the most enjoyable, KRUPS recommends using medium roast beans such as American Roasts, City Roasts, or Full City Roasts. If you prefer a darker roast, Vienna Roasts is recommanded.
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Inspired by professionals and designed for connoisseurs, KRUPS products have been built with three key attributes in mind: Passion, Precision and Perfection. The KRUPS KM700552 Grind and Brew coffee maker embodies the mastery of the key components to the perfect cup of coffee: the grind, the coffee-to-water ratio, the brew temperature and contact time. Featuring a conical steel burr grinder recognized by coffee connoisseurs as the best method of preparing whole beans and 5 grind levels to allow adjustments from fine to coarse, the KRUPS Grind and Brew coffee maker takes the most out of coffee beans to deliver a full-bodied coffee. Its 3 levels of coffee strength: mild, medium and strong along with the aroma function for more intense extraction and the number of cups selection ensures a complete control on the brewing process. Control and convenience are at the heart of the KRUPS KM700552 Grind and Brew coffee machine. Programmable, the KRUPS coffee maker can be set to automatically brew, the warming plate then maintains the temperature in the carafe for up to 2 hours after which the machine shuts off automatically for safety and convenience. And for these who are in a hurry the pause and serve feature enables you to remove the carafe during the brew cycle and pour an early cup. With the KRUPS KM700552 Grind and Brew coffee machine prepare from 2 to 10-cups of intense coffee every morning for a unique experience each and every time.
Coffee is very weak:
- Use more ground coffee (see “The ratio” page 9)
* when using the grinder :
. use medium or strong strength setting
. be sure the ground coffee supply channel is full before grinding and brewing
- Try a darker roast bean.
Coffee brews too slowly (more than 10 minutes):
- Descale the machine (see “Descaling” page 13)
- Clean the brew basket and drip stop valve of coffee residue.
Also clean the permanent filter if applicable.
- Check that there are no issues with the power supply.
- Use a different quality coffee paper.
- Check that any coffee bean is not clogging the tank bottom.
Brew basket will not swivel closed:
- The filter holder must sit down into the brew basket, and the handle click into place.
- Use the handle to seat the filter holder then fold the handle down and press until it locks into place.
Problems with programming the Auto-on or the clock:
- Turn the machine off and unplug it from the power source.
Wait 1 minute and reconnect.
This can allow the electronics to reinitialize to factory settings.
The stop-drip does not work:
- Clean the valve under running water, manually activating the stop-drip.
The coffee-grinder is excessively noisy (non-coffee objects in the grinding mechanism):
- Make sure there is no stone, wood, etc. that may have been introduced through your supply of coffee-beans.
- Check if, during following preparations, the noise persist.
- Contact the Krups Service Center.
The grinder is obstructed
- Make sure there is no stone, wood, etc. that may have been
introduced through your supply of coffee-beans.
- Don’t use caramelized or treated with additives sugar based, coffee
- Don’t use too oily coffee beans.
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I have recently purchased my third Krups Grind and Brew. My previous models both lasted just over two years before the day came when after grinding the coffee as usual, the heater element failed, meaning no water was heated and it remained in the reservoir rather than dripping through to the grinds, and the heating element on the bottom of the pot also remained cold. Why have I ordered a third one? Because I really like the way it grinds and brews coffee, and since I have never paid the suggested price of $215, (it has varied from $135 to $165 with free shipping and no sales tax from the websites I've ordered from,) I figured it was worth it to at least get two years use out of it. If this one fails in a much shorter time, I may have to go to another system. Apparently, having read other reviews, even if it were within the warranty period, there seems to be no great effort on Krups part to supply great customer service, and they obviously must know by now that the main weakness in their system is the frequent failure of the heating element.
My quest for a grind and brew coffeemaker began with the first Cuisinart model many years ago. It was basically a rotor grinder attached to a coffee maker, and the design was such that the steam from the heated water rose up and turned the coffee ground dust remaining in the grinder and the chute to the filter cone to a tarry mud that necessitated removing parts, cleaning them thoroughly, and having them completely dry before you could make another pot. The Krups system, with the way it grinds and then snaps a lid in place so that the grinding area is protected from the steam, means that you hardly ever have to do clean up on the system, I only do when changing to a radically different flavor or if I've perhaps made an extremely fine grind for some reason, as that tends to build up faster and possibly plug parts of the delivery system. Other than that, I have gone months and months without having to disassemble it and it has made 1-2 pots a day for over two years, as I previously mentioned, with minimal care. Also, my original Cuisinart flung coffee ground dust all over the place, the Krups at least confines it to the immediate area, which I basically take care of by placing it on a mat which I replace and wash periodically. So, I'm willing to continue with it, knowing it may not last more than a year or two, because I love the taste and convenience of having freshly-ground coffee waiting for me in the morning. (I also like the duo filter system, and can usually find a very good price on replacement filters when I order in bulk, again being able to get around paying shipping and taxes).
I even have to add that the second one I bought ended up sitting out in the rain for more than a week, having been delivered to the wrong address by UPS before someone noticed it sitting there and kindly brought it to me. I suspected there was some electronic damage, as the display was always quite dim (the one I just plugged in is blindingly bright by comparison), and even that lasted through two years of constant use.
Anyway, buyer beware, there is a known heating element problem with this model that Krups seems disinclined to fix, but when it works, it works wonderfully and delivers great-tasting coffee with a multiple ways to adjust the grind and strength (including an 'aroma' mode when making 2-4 cups that maximizes the time that water is in contact with the grounds.)
Basically, to set up the coffee maker, you have to open up a swing arm, and leave the basket in place. It grinds the coffee, and then swings the arm shut to click in over the basket, and brew the coffee.
I tried this coffee maker for a week. I set the program for the morning, got it all prepared, and then in the morning would come downstairs to see that it ground the coffee, but didn't swing the arm shut, and therefore just stopped the cycle and didn't continue. At this point, I would hit the "on" button, and the arm would swing shut on it's own (meaning that it didn't jam....)
No idea why it worked in regular mode but not program mode, and I googled furiously for a solution, and just found a lot of people complaining about various problems with this coffee maker. Too bad! Had to send it back.
1) Carafe its a major disappointment. As you pour, the coffee will drizzle and spill over onto your table, shirt, pants, or floor. Making a hot mess. Over time, through sheer genius, we discovered that by slightly lifting the carafe cover, we were able to pour with minor problems. But it shouldn't take a genius to pour a cup of coffee.
2) I'm not sure if this was supposed to be artistic, or not, but whoever designed the snap-into-place cover for the pour over area definitely wanted to make sure that you got coffee grinds all over the place. Post-grinding, a cover snaps into place, the opening from which the grinds come out retains a good amount of coffee grinds. As the machine shakes and motions through successive usage, it releases all the grinds in a 12 inch radius of the machine.
Other than those two major design flaws, the machine does look great and creates a decent cup of coffee. I just don't think it was well thought out by a team of scientist and engineers. I give this machine 3 stars for making a cup of coffee, 5 stars for looking great and 5 stars for being able to create a mess.
It uses a cone shaped filter and brew basket, which seems to help. It also gets the water very hot -- so it might not be certified by that coffee group like a Moccamaster is, but it seems it's hot enough to make great coffee.
The built in grinder is excellent -- way better than I was expecting. It's very quiet, and seems to grind very consistently. It's far, far better than the standalone entry level Cuisinart burr grinder, and seems on par with the $100 Capresso I was familiar with. Cleaning up the used coffee grounds is fast and easy -- but I haven't tried cleaning the grinder yet (I'm still only on my first couple pots of coffee).
All in all, I love it, and I hope it lasts.
Right now I'm drinking some amazing coffee using Cuvee's Las Mingas beans, brewed with this machine. Right in the middle for the grinder, and both Medium and Strong settings for the strength have been great for these beans. Brings out all the flavor, doesn't over extract at all, and is really just amazing. Completely exceeded all of my expectations.