Mr. Coffee 4-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker
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- On/off indicator light lets you know when your coffeemaker is on or off
- Removable filter basket lifts out for fast and easy filling and cleaning
- Brewing pause 'n serve lets you pour a cup of coffee while the coffeemaker is still brewing
- Dual water window shows the amount of water in the reservoir for accurate filling
- Cord storage safely stores excesscord to keep your counter neat.Dimensions 9.64 H x 7.12 W x 6.14 D inches
- Please refer to the user manual for trouble shooting steps
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Since 1970 the Mr. Coffee brand has been doing one thing and one thing only. ..brewing coffee. No one has served cup after delicious cup to more Americans than us.
For us, bringing a rich coffee experience into your home is our top priority. Along with coffee makers, we are here to share everything coffee with you.
Lift and Clean Filter Basket
Pull it out, wash it off, done!
Grab-A-Cup Auto Pause
When you need a cup before brewing is finished.
Set it ahead and wake up to fresh brewed coffee.
The classic functionality of Mr. Coffee's 4-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker helps you make rich-tasting, expertly brewed coffee without stress or mess. Set it ahead of time with Delay Brew and wake up to the enticing aroma of a fresh pot. Should you need a cup before the brew cycle is finished, Grab-A-Cup Auto Pause is a lifesaver. It stops brewing so you can pour freely, and then finishes the brewing cycle after you place the carafe back in position. Whether you want a single or double serving, this no-fuss automatic coffee maker will deliver the goods, time after time.
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Buying a Mr. Coffee coffeemaker is like buying Kleenex tissue, or a Frigidaire fridge, or (once upon a time) a Xerox copier. I.e., you may be quite sure you will get something of quality. And so when my trusty old Mr. Coffee began to show signs of burnout (I think I bought it back in the last century)I never hesitated to replace it . . . with a Mr. Coffee.
And here it is. Arrived right on time and in perfect shape.
Now, let's look at the specs from the product description, with my comments added:
4 cups x 5 oz = 20 oz of liquid
OK. Well, this is rubbish, of course. You probably have your favorite coffee mug. So let's say that 20 oz liquid = two mugs worth. (I mean,
seriously. Does anyone drink coffee out of a 5 oz cup?) Anyway, two mugs worth is what you're going to get when you fill the machine to the
mythical four cups.
On/off indicator light lets you know when your coffeemaker is on or off
I should certainly hope so!
Removable filter basket lifts out for fast and easy filling and cleaning
Indeed it does.
Brewing pause 'n serve lets you pour a cup of coffee while the coffeemaker is still brewing
Why so it does! Although I doubt I shall ever use this feature, it's good to know it's here.
Dual water window shows the amount of water in the reservoir for accurate filling
Totes amazeballs. Best window on a coffee maker I've ever seen.
Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
Nothing is enclosed in bulletproof plastic. No "peanuts." Yay.
And in addition, there's a delay timer, for those who like to prepare everything the night before. Just set the clock (which is easy. Just set the hour and the minute--it starts to go immediately without your having to press, say, a "program" key or something to let the clock know it's time to start. (You'll see when you turn it on it's set for, inevitably, 12:00 a.m.
Then, when you set the clock, press "set delay." Set the time you want the device to start. Then press "delay." You're all set.
I should tell you, too, that the temperature of the brew is just right, for my tongue (but I add cream, so . . . ) Grains from the brew process do not seem to find their way into the carafe. And, it shuts off by itself after an hour, like all good electronic devices should do when they're not needed.
So, why only 4.5 stars? Well, while the machine itself seems to have been designed by Dilbert or Alice, the pointy-headed guy must have got in the way and had Wally do the lid. The catch is awkward. The basket must be inserted just so, and if it is, maybe it'll snap tight.
Or maybe you'll have to wrestle with it a bit.
So all in all, you won't be sorry you purchased this product--a bargain at $20.
Warning: You'll have to buy filter papers or a permanent filter separately--I opted for the permanent filter. Yo! Mr. Coffee CEO. Throw in a permanent filter with each machine. Buy 'em in bulk, so you only have to charge customers a couple of bucks more. Take a bow.
I must start by mentioning that in my early college years, I drank copious amounts of this tasty beverage. So much, in fact, that I became completely dependent, and resolved to quit consumption of all caffeine, a resolution that I maintained for roughly 8 years.
You read correctly. Eight years, no coffee.
However, upon my return to Seattle, where I was surrounded by amazing smelling brews and beans everywhere I went, coffee made its triumphant return into my life. I still vividly remember the cortado that broke my will and sent my palate to caffeinated heaven.
Now that we're current on my fascinating history with coffee consumption, let's move on to what I really want to address: making coffee.
Over the past two years, I have joined the quest to make the perfect cup. I know that many of you are partial to espresso mixed drinks, but for me it's a cup of drip made with high quality dark roast beans, served black.
I wanted to find something that surpassed the k-cup machine at work, as the coffee resulting from these machines has only ever been mediocre for me. And so, given that the cheap coffee was made so quickly, I started with the premise that the more time and care taken in making the coffee, the better it will be. This led to the procurement of several different coffee-making devices, as well as many hours and beans spent using said devices. I tried different temperatures, grinds, brewing times, everything I could to try and obtain the flavors I desired in my cup. My results were never consistent, frequently disappointing, and tiresome. Even the brews that turned out well didn't come up to the level of what I expected from the fantastic beans I had procured.
I finally gave in and bought the last device I ever wanted in my home, the device that seemed to stand for laziness and mediocrity.
A Mr. Coffee generic drip coffee machine, $24.99 on amazon.
Its plastic parts are cheap and flimsy, and though the reviews say it'll last a long time, I would be surprised. I finally decided to use it today, and made my first brew of drip with it using the same beans I'd been experimenting with.
THE BEST CUP OF DRIP I'VE HAD SINCE MY RETURN TO COFFEE!
Yes, this post was inspired by a cup of drip coffee from a generic, cheap coffee machine.
And I'm not saying just the best cup of drip I've made, oh no. I'm including every cup of drip I've consumed at the various coffee houses throughout Seattle!
This little champ took my carefully chosen beans and delivered everything I ever wanted from a cup of joe.
After everything I've tried, for this thing to deliver such a high quality brew is absolutely astonishing.
If you have struggled as I have struggled, if you still haven't been able to brew coffee as you wish you could, I say give up. Give in. Instead of nurturing your pride and trying to brew, consuming sub-par result after result, you could be enjoying amazing cup after cup from a $25 machine.
Thank you Mr. Coffee, and I'm sorry I ever doubted you!