Mr. Coffee TF6 5-Cup Switch Coffeemaker, White
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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
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|Item Dimensions||7.2 x 9 x 11.1 in||7.25 x 9 x 10.9 in||7.25 x 9.75 x 10.75 in||7.1 x 9.6 x 10.7 in||11.8 x 14.6 x 10.2 in||7.1 x 9.2 x 11.6 in|
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Perfect for apartment living or at the office, this nifty coffee maker features Mr. Coffee’s Pause 'n Serve so you can fill a cup whenever.
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I've had this coffee maker now about 6 months and so far so good in terms of dependability. In terms of value you really can't complain here. A Mr Coffee quality coffee maker for a little over $20 is a no brainer. A much smarter purchase than some of these $100 coffee makers that make one cup at a time that costs you over $1 a cup and wastefully fill up your trash with non biodegradable plastic containers.
So if you are just need something to make a couple of cups of coffee for yourself in the morning this is a smart choice.
I have been using a white Black and Decker 5 cup coffee pot for years. It works very well, and is very simple. I never had any trouble with dripping, cold coffee, too hot, etc. but I recently gave the machine to my sister when she moved into her apartment. I thought I would easily be able to replace it with the same machine (usually only $15-$15). I bought a new 5 cup Black and Decker (in black, as I couldn't find white), and I thought I might be poisoned when I used it. The chemical plastic odor that came from the machine, even when not in use was overwhelming through the entire kitchen, and then when I tried to run water and vinegar through to clean it, the smell only became worse, basically an unbearable chemical smell. I wasn't sure why this machine had this problem, but didn't want to bother with another one, as I thought it might be the black plastic (could that make a difference?) or some new problem with manufacturing.
I bought this Mr. Coffee instead. It works, and I'm happy with it, but I don't like it quite as much for a few reasons (there are also a few things I like more). First off, the decanter drips a bit, no matter how careful I am. This is not a huge deal, I just pour over the sink, and hold my hand under the decanter when filling the reservoir of the coffee pot. The reservoir numbers are much easier to read than the Black and Decker. The coffee brews quickly, so I have never used the pause feature (I can wait the five minutes for 25 ounces of coffee to brew), and this wasn't a feature I was looking for, so neither plus or minus for me. The coffee is hot enough, and good tasting. The decanter is a bit hard to wash out, but again, not a problem.
Most importantly - no horrifying chemical smell.
1. Great Price less than $15.00 I paid just $14.85
2. Make great Hot coffee without having to reheat
3. Easy to clean
4. Does not take much space
5. Mr. Coffee quality & reliability
6. It comes with a permanent filter but you
can choose to buy your own 4 cup filters
The 5-cup model seems a totally different design -- more attractive, the carafe pours better, and the coffee temperature is more satisfactory. Realistically, the 4-oz difference between a 4- and 5-cup capacity is insignificant, because my breakfast 12-oz coffee mug needs 3 "cups" to fill. I'm happy I switched.
Another difference is in the lighted on/off switch. The DR5 had a small green light switch whose brightness was little different from off to on, because when "off " it still reflected the ambient kitchen lighting and was barely brighter when "on". Anyhow, green for "on" seems a dumb choice. Should be red in warning, no?
The better TF6 5-cup's switch is also green, but larger and much brighter when "on".
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