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- Microprocessor controlled brew cycle replicates the pour over method to produce 2 to 9 cups of SCA certified perfect Coffee
- Water is heated and held at the perfect temperature for Coffee (197.6 to 204.8 degrees Fahrenheit)
- Rainmaker shower head evenly disperses water over Coffee grounds for uniform saturation and full flavor extraction
- Intuitive LED interface features a backlit screen that displays the Coffee maker status and freshness indicator
- A single dial allows you to program the Number of cups and the 24 hour start timer. Double walled carafe keeps your brew hot and fresh. Voltage is 120Volt/60Hertz
- Dimensions: 15 x 8.3 x 17.2 inches
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|Color||Silver||Black||Chrome||Silver||Black and Stainless Steel Finish||Stainless Steel|
|Item Dimensions||8.30 x 15.00 x 17.20 inches||7.87 x 7.48 x 10.47 inches||12.40 x 6.80 x 12.20 inches||9.00 x 7.75 x 14.25 inches||9.96 x 10.55 x 14.61 inches||12.40 x 6.80 x 12.20 inches|
|Item Weight||7.70 lbs||2.70 lbs||6.13 lbs||—||7.00 lbs||6.13 lbs|
|Material||Stainless Steel||Glass carafe||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Plastic||Stainless Steel|
The OXO 9-Cup Coffee Maker controls brewing time, water temperature and volume for rich, flavorful coffee at the push of a button. BetterBrew™ precision automatically optimizes brewing time and keeps the temperature between 197.6–204.8° -- the ideal range for a better-tasting brew. The double-wall stainless steel thermal carafe keeps your coffee piping hot, while the internal mixing tube ensures your last sip is as delicious as your first. With a pause and pour feature, automatic wake-up timer and freshness indicator; the OXO Brew 9-Cup Coffee Maker is recognized as an exemplary home brewer by the SCA (Specialty Coffee Association) for delivering rich, gold-standard coffee – every time. Note: Voltage is 120V/60Hz. Soft non-slip grip
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Also, as many complain, the carafe does not line up straight under the filter basket outlet and dripping liquid has to be caught by the side gutter on the top of the carafe, to make it into the carafe. Otherwise, it looks like it would have been a nice coffee maker.
The design is striking but not obtrusive. The machine is a bit larger and taller than I would have guessed from looking at photos. It fits under my cabinets, but not while the top is open. However the elements of the machine all fit together nicely and form a coherent picture.
Reviewers have mentioned that the tank fogs up when left alone during the day. That is true, but there's an easy fix: Leave the lid propped open just a bit (I use the measuring spoon that came with the machine) and the fog will dissipate. You'll want to keep the tank clean and periodically use a descaling agent, but nothing out of the ordinary.
There have also been some complaints that the coffee doesn't stay hot for long enough. Personally I really disagree with that. I've left coffee in the carafe for hours and found it at a perfect temperature when I poured it. Full disclosure: I'm not someone who wants his coffee as hot as possible. If you are, you might differ with me on this point.
All in all, a solid product that brews a good cup of coffee. It won't change your personal relationship with the beverage, but you'll almost certainly be glad you got one.
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Now for the bad stuff. I purchased the coffee pot in January 2018. We were away for six weeks during the winter, so we have used it for 21/2 months. At first it was fine, but now the clock does not function properly and more importantly the plastic pieces holding the water well in place do not hold it in place. They appear to have broken off inside the machine. They appear to be very cheaply made for such an expensive product.There is a rather alarming tilt to the machine as you make coffee. As well the basket continues to drip after the carafe is removed (annoying at best).
It makes a mess. As others noted, the drip stop under the basket is faulty. I have to keep a disposable cloth at the machine to wipe the puddle and the bottom of the carafe to stop dripping coffee all over. This kinda ruins the machines niceness for me That being said, I use this machine everyday and enjoy the good coffee it makes.
Just have a lot of paper towels on hand to clean up the mess, it is like 2 different people designed this unit one for the maker and on for the filtering and distribution. After making your cup I find some plain hot water on top of the pot which if your aware of you can just pour off, I always end up with liquid on the plate no idea how it gets there. If the lid on the pot is not completely 100% closed it pours 2 streams one in you cup and one all over the counter top. Don't pull the pot until 3 minutes past when the machine says it is ready because you will get a nice big puddle on the plate as the drip control does not work properly. It is next to impossible to get all the coffee out of the pot without it spaying all over so remember to empty it and clean before your next pot.
For me it boggles the mind that 20 dollar coffee makers can get the drip right yet my +200 dollar unit can't. Like I said a coffee maker from 2 different designers, one who should be unemployed, your paper towel company will be ecstatic over your increased usage.
The only downside is that because the carafe isn't clear, sometimes I forget to empty it of old coffee before making a new batch.
If you like to make a large pot of coffee and then drink it over several hours, then this isn't the maker for you. The insulated carafe will keep it warm enough for an hour or so, but that's it. A maker with a heated plate would keep it hot for longer. But who wants 3-hour old coffee?
Of course, being certified by the Specialty Coffee Association, you would already expect that the OXO 8 cup Coffee Maker make good coffee.
For me, this was a big step up from my previously, second-hand coffee makers. I already had a Burr grinder, so the coffee maker was all I needed to get to a great coffee experience. I use a scale to measure the amount of coffee I put in the basket, as well as the water quantity, and the result is really, really good. Compared to these previous machines, the coffee is sweeter and richer, and I found it was easier for me to distinguish between coffee from different origins, as the specificities of each are just highlighted by the OXO.
It's also a beautiful machine, the visual balance is well thought, the black finish is quite nice, and I really like to see the water being pumped in the middle of the water compartment.
I found it brews my coffee quick enough. I like the dial as a means of control, more than the traditional buttons. The LEDs just add a touch of modernity that is very welcomed.
The steel carafe keeps the coffee hot enough for my taste, and is relatively easy to clean, but will always keep a certain amount of coffee from pouring at the very end of the pot. You have to turn it upside down entirely for these last drops to fall out, which is not a big deal, but is still a bit annoying. I really like that the lid remains on during brewing, as I do not have to think about screwing it on as soon as it is finished.
The main issue I have with the OXO is that its drip valve doesn't work at all... This could be a deal breaker for some, but I just learned to live with it. It started on the second or third day of usage, and has been consistent ever since. It is apparent that the metal spring just isn't strong enough to close the valve when the carafe is removed. Since I never remove my carafe until the brew is complete, it's not a major problem for me, but it still makes a mess every time I am done brewing, as a few drops that wouldn't go into the carafe just spills over the base of the machine.
As I said, you can live with it if you don't remove your carafe mid-brewing, but for a machine this price, such an obvious issue is pretty disappointing, especially since many other people seem to have that same issue.
But I still recommend the OXO 8 Cup Coffee Maker: it really does make good coffee, and it is just a beautiful object to have on your counter.
The coffee produced is incredibly smooth and rich. This unit brews the best coffee of any coffee maker I have every owned - even better than my Aeropress
Both this unit and the Bonavita received very high ratings and in the end I chose this one because it had a timer and you didn't have to put the lid on after the coffee brewed (I get distracted easily in the mornings).
I was a little concerned that the carafe was rated to retain heat for only an hour but the taste of the coffee deteriorates over time and changes noticeably after an hour. It's not that the taste becomes bad but the fresh brew is so good that the change is so noticeable!
I do not enjoy black coffee but the brew is so good that I could (and occasionally do) drink it black.