Kalorik CCG-23785 Magic Bean 750-Watt Personal 4-Cup Automatic Drip Coffeemaker with Burr Grinder
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- Drip coffeemaker automatically grinds and brews up to 4 cups of coffee
- Grind-control dial programs the amount to grind; strength selector
- Dispenses into a 9-ounce stainless-steel cup; brew-pause function
- Stainless-steel filter; "ready" signal; travel-cup base attachment included
- Measures 11 by 9-4/5 by 16-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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|Item Dimensions||16.5 x 9.8 x 11 in||7.6 x 9.8 x 13.5 in||8.9 x 11 x 5.7 in||7 x 10.2 x 6.9 in||5.4 x 9 x 9.4 in|
|Item Weight||—||—||—||2.7 lbs||2 lbs|
|Material Type||—||Stainless Steel||Chrome||Stainless Steel||Plastic|
This sleek coffee maker lets you choose your favorite flavor ,from fresh beans to finished brew .With its patented grinder and brewer combination. Simply grind to your chosen volume and fineness and enjoy a perfect brew that's just your taste. One-year warranty.
Top customer reviews
The instructions that come with the machine state that you should load the grinder with an amount of beans equal to 80% of the volume of the coffee container. I did this, and guess what? The grinder jammed. Then, I tried something really brilliant: I used the recommended amount of coffee beans for a single cup of coffee: 2 level tablespoons. Lo and behold, the grinder worked perfectly, and I got a great cup of coffee. Try it yourself.
Pros - Freshly grinds and brews one cup of coffee
Very sleek and seems to be well built
Easy to operate
I have brewed a nice cup of tea with it with loose tea leaves/granules (Go to your local
Indian grocery store and you can buy a box of Red Rose Tea it is not leaves it is like
Filter seems well built. No need for paper ones.
Cons - Liquid isn't piping hot like other coffee makers, by the time you add your milk/creamer it
is cold. I need to give it a fast zap in the microwave.
The dials for the grinding level is not very clear and may take a few cups to find your
I agree with some of the other reviewers' comments: the instructions aren't very good, and you have to experiment to get the coffee to your taste. But it's a well-made machine, and I'm glad I bought it!
One is suppose to be able to adjust the coarseness of the coffee, but turn after turn of the dial to adjust the coarseness yielded little difference. Eventually, I stripped the knob, after only about 4 sessions, trying to make the beans more coarse.
A major of frustration is a single line in the manual that left me misunderstanding how the grind feature worked. The manual indicated, "... add the right amount of beans." What does that mean? It led me to believe that I had to add the appropriate amount of beans given the number of cups I wanted to make. Which, I just figured out is not the case at all. You basically fill the hopper to the top and it grinds the number of beans based upon how much water you put in and whether you want mild or strong coffee. Outside of that one line in the manual, I applaud the company for the simple instructions in the manual.
I know You can't get them anymore.
We still have ours.
I was pleased that I could return this item for the full refund, no problems. So, I was happy about that.
I was truly disappointed this did not work for us !!