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KRUPS KT611 Precision Programmable Thermal Carafe Coffee Maker Machine with Stainless Steel Housing, 10-Cup, Silver
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- 10-cup thermal carafe with stainless steel finish keeps coffee warm for hours
- Oversized shower head ensures even flavor extraction; aroma function for more intense extraction
- Programmable clock to set 2 differents times for the machine to brew automatically with auto shut off
- Water reservoir detection shuts unit off automatically if empty
- Pause and serve feature; Duofilter water filtration system; Cord storage; 1100 watts; 2 year worldwide warranty
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|Color||Silver||Silver/Black||Stainless Steel||Silver||Black with Thermal Carafe||Black|
|Item Dimensions||7 x 8.2 x 14 in||9.6 x 12.2 x 15.9 in||9 x 7.75 x 14 in||12.7 x 7.86 x 15.86 in||8 x 9.5 x 13 in||9.6 x 12.2 x 15.9 in|
|Item Weight||7 lbs||10.4 lbs||1.12 ounces||14.99 lbs||4 lbs||6.61 lbs|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Plastic||Plastic||Stainless Steel||Plastic||Plastic|
Inspired by professionals and designed for connoisseurs, KRUPS products have been built with three key attributes in mind: Passion, Precision and Perfection. Being wake up by the fluffy smell of a robust yet well-rounded coffee is one of the most gentle and lovely way to begin a day that's why KRUPS has developped KRUPS KT611D50 Precision Coffee Maker. Featuring a programmable clock the KT611D50 Coffee Machine allows you to choose two different times for the machine to brew and shut off automatically, one for the daily start time and a second for days with later wake times or weekends. The KT611D50 10-cup thermal carafe keeps coffee hot for hours enabling you to gently wake up with several cups of delicious coffee. The oversized shower head and the aroma function ensure a perfect flavor extraction while the duofilter water filtration system guarantees excellent-tasting results and helps reduce mineral deposits for longer machine life. The KRUPS KT611D50 Precision Programmable Thermal Carafe Coffee Maker will make every morning an enjoyable moment.
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Simple to program
Solid carafe - easy to pour (even with the weird lip and almost having to turn upside down it pours nicer than my glass carafe on my Capresso)
Keeps coffee hot and brews hot
Nice clean look
Water filter (and neat little change reminder on it)
No floaty ball thingy to clog up and force coffee all over
Water indicator easy to read and pretty cool
Quiet and no stupid beeps
Not so pros:
Filling with water does require a separate vessel. Not the end of the world, but it would be easier to just grab the carafe.
Carafe does not seal air tight - so if you want coffee 5 hours later - well, probably gonna leak out the heat (although after 4 hrs it was still pretty warm/borderline hot)
Had plasticy smell in first two brews - seems to have gone away now
Pouring out the last bit of coffee does require holding it weird, but not a horrible disaster or anything
Overall, I'm quite happy. I looked at tons of reviews and different pots and this seemed to be most solid, simplest and best fitting to me. I've been paranoid about overflows that everyone talks about with the thermal pots and hope that is not the case with the Krups. So far so good, I'm happy.
My old Krups had the same thermal carafe and kept coffee warm for hours. This one doesn't work nearly as well. It's also very difficult to pour the coffee out of the carafe. Which makes me wonder -- hard to make the coffee and hard to pour the coffee, what does this machine do well?
About ready to donate it and buy something different.
I gave it 4 stars because it is better than 3. I'd call it 7 out of 10.
My old machine was just that - old. Perhaps 7-8 years old. I liked that it had the water fill line one the side and that the program/on/off buttons were manual rather than digital. This way I could leave it on timer all the time.
This machine has a very small water fill line/indicator. It only indicated 2 cups at a time. I used to like to brew 3 cups because that filled my favorite mug. Can't do that here unless you just guess.
The carafe is weird because when the top is locked on, it is in pour mode. To take it out of pour mode and presumably lock in the heat better, the top is not locked on so it could fall off or whatever. Not like it is on there tipsy, but I would think it is better to have it locked tight to hold in heat. This hasn't been a huge issue, but I find it curious.
The two timers are awesome if you don't have a consistent schedule every day. It has a wacky screen connected to the filter bucket that you pour the water through. Not sure the purpose of that.
I noticed one review after I bought it - the carafe is not meant to pour in the water. You need to use a pitcher or something else. We have always used a pitcher to pill it up so this would never be an issue for us.
You can't go wrong with Krups. Probably on the expensive side, but it makes great coffee. When you are paying 12 or more per pound, you want a good machine to brew it.
It isn't perfect, but pretty darn good.