Krups 467-42 10-Cup Crystal Arome Time Coffee Maker, Black
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- Brews 10 5-ounce cups after filtering water to remove chlorine, minerals
- 24-hour clock/timer for brewing "wake-up" coffee; brew-pause for pouring midbrew
- Microwave-safe carafe with special lid seals in flavor, aroma
- Warming plate programmable to shut off in 1 to 5 hours
- Measures 7-1/4 by 12-1/2 by 11-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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|Color||Black||Black||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Black|
|Item Dimensions||12.3 x 14.7 x 8.4 in||9.6 x 12.2 x 15.9 in||9 x 7.75 x 14 in||9.6 x 12.2 x 15.9 in||11 x 9.75 x 16.5 in||9 x 9.7 x 13.8 in|
|Item Weight||3.87 lbs||6.61 lbs||1.12 ounces||9.9 lbs||7.5 lbs||5.1 lbs|
|Material Type||—||Plastic||Plastic||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||18-10 Steel|
Coffee will be ready and waiting for you in the morning with the Krups Arome Plus Time coffeemaker. This 10-cup coffeemaker includes built-in water filtration system with an indicator light which signals when the filter needs to be changed. Programmable 24-hour timer with auto shut-off and water-level indicator. Flavor-saver carafe keeps coffee fresh and hot. In black.
Equipped with a dual filter to remove chlorine and minerals from tap water, this coffeemaker brews up to ten 5-ounce cups of full-flavored coffee with no off taste and prolongs the intervals between decalcification. The water filter is just one of the features distinguishing this handsome, compact coffeemaker. Thanks to an electronic control panel with a LCD display, the warming plate can be programmed to shut off automatically, and the 24-hour clock/timer can be set for brewing wake-up coffee. Other features include a 20-second pause in the brewing cycle when the glass carafe is removed for a midbrew pour, a carafe lid that seals in flavor and aroma, a warning light that indicates when the water filter needs replacing (replacement filters can be ordered separately), and an easy-to-read water-level window. The coffeemaker measures 7-1/4 inches wide, 12-1/2 inches high, and 11-1/2 inches deep (including carafe handle). --Fred Brack
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It also allows you to adjust how long to keep the coffee pot on for up to 5 hours. If I happen to be called away before I've reached my daily "coffee quota", when I return, it's good to know the coffee is still fresh and hot until around noon-ish. Some people never drink coffee that late; personally, I NEED the 5 hours option! I haven't experienced any of the scorching or bitter taste that I've heard from others. And you don't have to worry about whether you turned the pot off before you left the house anymore; it will automatically shut itself off after the number of hours that you have previously set, or after 1 hour if you don't care to set or change the (automatic) shut-off timer.
I used to break coffee pots left & right, no matter how careful I tried to be, so when I bought this one, I thought I'd be smart and buy an extra carafe at the same time. It must have some thick heavy duty glass, because the coffee maker broke before the carafe did!
What finally did the coffeemaker in was a crack in the water hose, but only after a 2-year-long daily assault from chlorine- and calcium-loaded town water. One of these days I'm going to install an industrial-strength water filter at the plumbing end of my house instead of placing the burden on my appliances.
In the meantime though, the charcoal filters for this Krups coffeemaker really make a difference in how fresh the coffee tastes compared to other coffee makers, even with my town water. And a little red light starts flashing when it's time to change the charcoal filter. The filters can be purchased at Bed, Bath, & Beyond or Amazon.com. In order to reset the flashing light, just press a small gray button on the front. Whether you choose to actually replace the charcoal filters is up to you, but I'd recommend changing them as often as "it" tells you, especially when you're using municipal water.
Since I liked the timer features so much (and the coffee didn't taste bad, either), and I've still got a brand new carafe (sitting in a dusty old box) and a few charcoal filters left, I didn't hesitate to decide to buy another Krups Arome Time coffeemaker, same make and model.
I would also recommend that you buy the gold Krups coffee filter instead of buying and messing with the paper filters. It also helps to keep the taste fresh.
I replaced another Krups pot, Aroma Control, because it couldn't make a decent pot of coffee. All the Krups I've owned over the years, that was the first time I had THAT problem. I was frustrated reading the reviews looking for comparisions. I've had them all - this is one of my favorites for its shape and the quality of the coffee - the coffee tends to be slightly cooler than the ProAroma, but the taste is just as good, and I think its more attractive. I've ditched the water filter in all my models, and they all make great coffee without the filter - just use good water if you can. Except the AromaControl which just doesn't make good coffee with or without the filter!
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While I agree with the poster who mentioned the flashing light that doesn't go away for the filter...Read more