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Moccamaster KBT 10-Cup Coffee Brewer with Thermal Carafe, Polished Silver
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- Manual drip-stop brew-basket with stainless steel thermal carafe
- Exclusive copper heating element shuts off automatically after brew cycle is complete
- Brews full or 1/2 carafe in 4-6 minutes
- Brews at consistent 196 degree-205 degree f with a pulse action that allows for the perfect coffee bloom during extraction process
- ECBC, SCAA, SCAE approved
- 5 year warranty (valid only when purchased from an authorized reseller)
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Enjoy your journey, one perfect cup at a time with the Moccamaster Coffee Brewer.
Quality Requirements of ECBC:
All our coffee brewers meet the strict guidelines of the ‘European Coffee Brewer Centre’. These requirements are related to coffee brewing temperature, coffee-water saturation time and coffee holding temperature. A quote from ECBC encapsulates their guiding principle well: 'There’s no use buying a premium coffee only to destroy the results with an underperforming coffee brewer'.
It's the only thing we make - coffeemakers
Technivorm manufacturers only authentic Moccamaster coffee brewers and grinders made with the highest quality parts available today. Our philosophy has always been to produce long lasting, reliable, energy efficient, and recyclable products.
All Moccamaster coffeemakers vary in options including separate elements for brewing and holding, volume capacity, brew-basket options, thermal or glass carafe, and housing style. In addition you are free to buy a varied choice of fresh roasted coffee - no pods or proprietary cups.
This should be the last coffee brewer you will ever buy, one that should last your lifetime, when cleaned and descaled properly. Since It's the first thing you look forward to in the morning, why not make it the best it can be.
Available in Black (shown) or Polished Silver.
KBT Coffee Brewer
All Moccamaster brewers are handmade and individually tested in the heart of the Netherlands and include a 5-year Limited Warranty (valid only when purchased from an Authorized Retailer) with a repair service center in the USA, are certified by the ECBC, SCAA and SCAE, are simple to operate, and are fully recyclable at the end of its long life. All plastics are BPA/ BPS free and each brewer contains removable parts for cleaning, long-term maintenance and replacement of parts. The brewer housing is of high-quality durable metal, available in varied finishes. Other features of the Moccamaster KBT coffee brewer include:
- 1.25L (10 cup) stainless steel thermal carafe with brew-thru-lid
- Brewing housing is of high-quality durable metal
- Precise coffee-water saturation time (4-6 minutes)
- Manual adjust drip-stop brew-basket
- Copper boiling element controls brewing temperature between 196°-205°, auto shut off after brew, quiet brew process
|Volume||1.25L (10-cup/ 40oz)||1.25L (10-cup/ 40oz)||1.25L (10-cup/ 40oz)||1.25L (10-cup/ 40oz)||1.25L (10-cup/ 40oz)||1.25L (10-cup/ 40oz)|
|Brewer Housing||Rectangular Polished Silver, Black||Rectangular Polished Silver||Rectangular Polished Silver, Red, Pink, Green, Orange, Blue, Grape, Yellow, Black, Grey, Satin, White||Rectangular Brushed Silver||Cylindrical Polished Silver||Rectangular Matte Silver|
|Brew Basket||Manual-adjust drip-stop||Auto drip-stop||Auto drip-stop||Manual-adjust drip-stop||Auto drip-stop||No drip-stop|
|Auto Off||Copper boiling element auto-off after brew cycle||Copper boiling element auto-off after brew cycle||Power switch auto-off at 100 minutes||Power switch auto-off at 100 minutes||Copper boiling element auto-off after brew cycle||Power switch auto-off at 100 minutes|
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|Color||Polished Silver||Stainless Steel||Polished Silver||Silver|
|Item Dimensions||12.2 x 7.1 x 15.4 in||6.8 x 12.4 x 12.2 in||12.2 x 7.1 x 16.1 in||9 x 7.75 x 14 in|
|Item Weight||6.5 lbs||6.13 lbs||6.73 lbs||8.75 lbs|
|Material Type||Aluminum||Stainless Steel||Aluminum||Plastic|
Technivorm Moccamaster is a manufacturer of premium quality coffee brewers and grinders. All Technivorm products are handmade in the heart of the Netherlands, and certified by the specialty coffee associations of America and Europe (SCAA/SCAE) and granted the European coffee brewing center's (ECBC) seal of approval meeting their strict "golden cup" quality guidelines. The philosophy of Technivorm Moccamaster's inventor, Gerard c. Smit - to produce long-lasting, reliable, energy efficient, and recyclable products - has guided the hand-made production of every Technivorm Moccamaster, for the past 50 years, offering a sustainable choice! Technivorm Moccamaster is backed by a 5-year warranty (valid only when purchased from an authorized retailer), a knowledgeable customer service and repair technicians team, manufactured with the highest quality parts available today, and of course, where plastic is used, it's BPA free! this should be the last coffee brewer you'll ever buy, one that should last your lifetime, when cleaned and descaled properly. You may ask - "what's important when searching for that complex, clean, crisp, fully infused, flavorful cup of coffee"? certainly coffee quality, grind and formula play an important role, as does the fresh water quality, but ultimately, it's the brewing method that plays the all-important final role!
Top Customer Reviews
My wife and I like coffee. It's one of the day's regular pleasures and we drink coffee every day. So we think our regular use justifies some extravagance. We buy good coffee. For years we used a small plastic Krupps grinder and a Krupps then Cusineart coffee maker. And it was fine. But then I took a flier on a burr grinder--way more expensive than the Krupps grinder (c. $100 vs $25 or so). And it was a revelation!! So then, with some Christmas money in hand we did research and were persuaded by a Cooks' Illustrated review and bought the Technivorm. Wow! My idea of coffee is entirely changed. I get all that stuff about "notes of chocolate," and all that. It is just terrific coffee. What excellent wine is to table wine (and we drink a lot of table wine; so this is not about snobbism).
The whole Technivorm schtick is simple: a good pump, and keep the coffee at c. 200F until it comes out the nozzle over the coffee. Who would think it would make such a difference? But it does. The machine itself is perfectly durable, but it's not fancy and is largely plastic, not metal. Whatever. The thermos keeps the coffee hot (if, as the instructions suggest, you rinse it first with hot water) for at least 5 hours. After that you should make a new pot anyway. It is fast, and it is quiet. It makes 10.5 cups, which is a little less than we'd like when company comes (12 is good).
The question is, and it's a real question--is this indulgence the way you want to spend your money?
And of course, its durability is unproven--we've only had it for a month. But it makes wonderful coffee. If that's really important to you, and you've got the money, then this machine won't disappoint you.
A couple of years later: The TV is still going strong, still making wonderful coffee. It has slowed a bit despite occasional white-vinegar treatments. Most notable: the carafe has colored on the inside and has a sort of brown glaze on the bottom. It seems not to affect the taste, but looks a bit grotty. Otherwise, still well worth the money!
So after looking at the options again, we bought the Technivorm. It is an outstanding machine. Somewhere in the marketing literature, you'll read the claim 'nothing but the taste of coffee,' or some such. This is absolutely true. But there's something else. Coffee out of this machine has the aromatic blossom of the grind it brews from. Stop and think of that. Maybe it's just me, but I have always been more impressed with the aroma of fresh grind than the taste of the coffee. It's as if the beans make promises they can't keep. Some tinkering is involved to achieve this effect (see YouTube), but once you get it right, it's repeatable and makes the Moccamaster worth every penny. It makes the best coffee I have ever had. No question.
Some of the things I remember from reading Amazon Reviews of the Moccamaster are as follows: The water reservoir is definitely plastic and not glass. Not a problem though, as I have never tasted it in the coffee. The material is quite thick and might seem like glass, but it's not. On that note, some folks complained that the machine's build overall is a bit flimsy, and I can see where they are coming from. Apart from the water res, it is is a bit lighter than you might expect, looking at the photos. It seems industrial and should have more heft. However, after two months of use, this isn't an issue in our experience. All materials are very good quality, and the design is plenty robust for longevity in daily home use, lids and small parts included. I wouldn't put it to work in a restaurant, but that's not what it was designed for. Last thing I can remember from Amazon Comments that might be interesting is about the power switch lacking an auto-off. There are two external power controls. One is a manual On/Off rocker switch, and the other is a failsafe button on the bottom right of the machine that stops the brew when the carafe is removed. The owner's guide has language about consumer responsibility and the preservation of precious natural resources, in aid of guilting you to shut it off when the brew is finished. Furthermore, some folks worry about what happens with the boiler if you forget to do so. The answer is you can leave it on without risk of perdition or costly repairs. The water reservoir has a float switch inside it that senses zero water and shuts down the major components when the brew is finished, consuming nearly zero electricity. The power light stays on and probably some minor circuitry too, but the boiler shuts off. Further, no natural wetlands are harmed in the use of this machine, nor frogs, Puck or any of his forest friends. I never use the switch, and instead stop the brew when desired by moving the carafe out of position and store the carafe similarly. You can rest easy. No auto-off isn't a problem.
My opinion, just put your head down and buy it if you have the scratch. Most likely, you'll be very happy you did. Hope that helps.
I had been using Tassimo latte with 2 shots of espresso. But the Moccamaster far surpasses that combo! VERY happy with this purchase: Chef's Illustrated hit the nail on the head with this one!
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