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Mr. Coffee BVMC SC100 2 Single Serve Coffee Maker, Black With Silver Panel

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Material Plastic
Brand Mr. Coffee
Color Black With Silver Panel
Capacity 283 Milliliters
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  • Single cup Coffee maker brews K Cup packs or your favorite ground Coffee, producing servings up to 10 ounces
  • Automatic shut off when brewing is complete
  • Includes my grounds reusable filter
  • Removable, washable drip tray keeps brew space neat and tidy
  • 24 inches power cord

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The Mr. Coffee K-Cup Coffee maker system delivers incredible convenience to use with your favorite K-Cup varieties to brew delicious, single-cup servings whenever you want them. Simply add fresh water to the reservoir, insert your desired K-Cup pod, and press the brew button. Or, if you prefer to brew with your own grounds, use the included My grounds reusable filter. No matter how you make it, you'll Fall in love with every cup, thanks to this innovative collaboration between two of the most trusted brands in home Coffee brewing.

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Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2016
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4.0 out of 5 stars Battle Of The K-Cups
By Scott E. High on August 2, 2016
My wife and I drink a lot of coffee, starting with a pot of drip coffee in the morning followed by individual cups throughout the day. We now have 4 different K-Cup machines and I decided that comparing them would be a great way to review all 4. The photo below shows them in order of overall size running left to right: 1. Proctor Silex 49969, 2, Mr. Coffee SC100, 3. Kuerig K10, and 4. Kuerig K40. All 4 machines were properly broken in and cleaned prior to this comparison test. Each was filled with tap water, matching coffee cups were used, and the same Gevalia Columbian K-Cups were used in each machine. Gevalia Columbian is definitely not my favorite (by far) but we had a box to use up and I wasn't sad to see them go. Perhaps they would taste better in one of these coffee makers? Alas, it was not to be.

Besides all having auto shut-off, the taste of the coffee made by each machine was virtually identical. This is not surprising since each unit simply passes hot water through the same brand of K-Cup. However, the following observations may be helpful in your purchase decision:

1. Kuerig K40 Price $104.99 Weight 13# Cord length 27" Dimensions 13"h X 9"w X 12.2"d Avg rating 4.4 stars (1482 reviews)

This is the grand-daddy of the bunch and we have been using it for about 4-5 years. It's still working perfectly! It's a bulky unit and at 13# also the heaviest. You will notice by looking at the picture below (your far right) that I left the top up to show that it needs 18" of height clearance in order to open and close it. This machine has the advantage of holding 48 oz. of water in the tank, allowing you to brew 5-6 cups of coffee before having to refill it. You can also choose among 3 different cup sizes/coffee strengths to meet your preference. The last consideration is that it has a 37" cord, a distinct advantage when deciding where to place the unit. The K40 is an older model and was replaced with the K55. Based upon its durability and flexibility, you may want to seek out this older model.

2. Kuerig K10 Price $77.98 Weight 8# Cord llength 36" Dimensions 11"h X 8"w X 11"d Avg rating 4.1 stars (778 reviews)

We bought this unit just over a year ago to use in our guest room. It has had no hiccups and is completely dependable and easy to use. At 8.8# it is the second heaviest and the height when the top is up extends from 11" to 13". This machine only holds enough water in the tank to make one cup at a time and no clean-up is necessary. However, be careful to only put in the amount of water that your coffee cup will hold because this machine will process all of the water in the tank and could give you a nice mess of coffee overflow. This is a well-built unit that is simple to use and is the second most expensive of the 4.

3. Mr. Coffee SC100 Price $59.99 Weight 4# Cord length 24" Dimensions 13"h X 5"w X 10"d Avg rating 4.4 stars (20 reviews)

This is a newer unit to hit the market and is a joint effort between Mr. Coffee and Kuerig, employing the proven Kuerig brewing system. Like the two prior Kuerig coffee makers, the SC100 can be adjusted to fill large to-go cups in addition to normal sized cups. It has a very simple and clean design and has the second smallest footprint of the 4 units tested. The shorter 24" cord might affect your placement decision but no extra height clearance is needed since the top doesn't have to be raised in order to use this machine. In the picture below it is the third unit from your right. It may be the best looking unit in this bunch with its stainless steel trim. We have only owned it for a short period of time but it appears durable and it is very simple to use, with no clean-up required.

4. Proctor Silex SC100 Price $29.99 Weight 3# Cord length 25" Dimensions 13"h X 5.6"w X 9.5"d Avg rating 4.2 stars (12 reviews)

This Proctor Silex machine (at the far left in the photo below) is the cheapest unit by far at only $29.99. It weights the least and (barely) has the smallest footprint of the 4 machines. Considering that the top of this unit doesn't have to be raised or lowered to operate it, it will fit just about anywhere the 25" cord will reach. It does have a water capacity of 14 oz., auto shut-off, and can also be adjusted to fill large to-go cups. All for the cheap price of only $29.99! HOWEVER, this unit is a bit more complicated and has several moving parts, requiring more careful effort to get it to work properly. The other 3 machines clean up by just throwing the used K-Cups away but the Proctor Silex SC100 involves more effort to clean so that it's ready for the next brewing.

So what is my take on this comparison? The coffee tastes virtually identical no matter which of the 4 machines tested makes it. It boils down to size, features, and durability. If you can find one of the old Kuerig K40 machines at around $80.00, don't be afraid to buy it! It is durable, easy to use, has flexibility as far as coffee strength and cup size, holds 48 oz. of water in the tank, and only has to be cleaned (descaled) when you notice a change in taste. I can't think of any advantages that the 3 newer models offer that would put them in contention although the Mr. Coffee SC100 (developed with Kuerig) would be a close runner-up because of the $59.99 price point and smaller footprint. Have any questions? Just email or make a comment. I hope that this comparison proves helpful to you.
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