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Technivorm Moccamaster 79112 Coffee Brewer, 40 oz, Polished Silver
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- Manual-adjust drip-stop brew-basket with stainless steel thermal carafe
- Simple to operate and quiet brewing process that brews a full carafe in just 4 to 6 minutes
- Unique, copper boiling element rapidly heats water to control brewing temperature between 196º to 205º F which is important for Coffee soluble extraction, then automatically switches off when the water reservoir is empty
- Ideal water saturation time to maximize Coffee complexity, flavor and aroma – achieved through a cone shape brew-basket design that regulates a 6 minute steep
- Made with durable metal housings and BPA/BPS/bpf & phthalate free plastics
- Backed by a 5-year manufacturers warranty
- NOTE: Refer User Manual on Technical Specification before use
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Moccamaster KBT 79112 & 79114
The Moccamaster KBT model features a thermal carafe and a manual- adjust, drip-stop brew-basket which provides adjustability in how fast coffee flows into the carafe. The KBT brews a full 40oz pot of coffee in six minutes. The thermal carafe will keep your coffee hot up to an hour. To keep coffee hot longer or for traveling with your carafe, switch to the included Travel Lid. All Moccamaster Coffee Brewers are handmade in the Netherlands .
Moccamaster KBT Specs
- Avalible in Polished Silver & Black
- 6.0 LBS
For the Real Taste of Coffee
Made with durable metal housings and sustainable plastics
Unique, copper boiling element rapidly heats water to control brewing temperature between 196º to 205º F which is important for coffee soluble extraction, then automatically switches off when the water reservoir is empty
Ideal water saturation time to maximize coffee complexity, flavor and aroma – Achieved through a cone shape brew-basket design that regulates a 6 minute steep
Manual-adjust drip-stop brew-basket with stainless steel thermal carafe
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|Color||Polished Silver||Polished Silver||Polished Silver||Stainless Steel||Polished Silver||Silver|
|Item Dimensions||7.1 x 12.2 x 15.4 in||7.1 x 12.2 x 16.1 in||6.69 x 13.39 x 14.17 in||7.75 x 9 x 14 in||7.1 x 12.2 x 12 in||6.69 x 13.39 x 14.17 in|
|Item Weight||6.5 lbs||6.73 lbs||6.26 lbs||1.12 ounces||6.26 lbs||6.26 lbs|
The Moccamaster KBT 79112 Coffee maker features a thermal carafe and a manual-adjust, drip-stop brew-basket which provides adjust -ability in how fast coffee flows into the carafe. The kbt brews a full 40oz pot of Coffee in six minutes. The thermal carafe will keep your Coffee hot up to an hour. To keep Coffee hot longer or for traveling with your carafe, switch to the included travel lid. All Moccamaster Coffee brewers are handmade in the Netherlands and backed by an industry leading 5-year warranty.
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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!
First Post: I dumped my Kerig and never look back! I can't believe I drank that junk but convenience was my master for a time, but no more. Good coffee, if you really want it, takes effort and knowledge. This machine delivers exactly as promised. One day I read an article on coffee and read the quote "life is too short for bad coffee" and thats how I discovered The Technivorm Moccamaster. I researched a little farther and found water temperature, fresh roasted coffee beans and a burr grinder are what is needed for a SPECTACULAR cup of coffee. Can you do it cheaper? Maybe if you find a machine that reaches 198° to 204° quickly and finishes brewing in 7 to 8 minutes. The Technivorm does exactly that but the other essential components are finding a local roaster and grinding it fresh before brewing. If you want a good cup of coffee then maybe another machine might work for you. This is an expensive brewer compared to other coffee brewers, however if you want a GREAT cup of coffee and are mindful of the other components it takes (fresh roasted beans and grinding just before brewing) this machine is for you. LIFE IS TOO SHORT FOR BAD COFFEE...IF YOU LOVE COFFEE MAKE THE INVESTMENT....ENJOY!
I have owned this system and used it daily for the last six months. It replaced my previous go-to, a much less costly restaurant quality small Bunn coffee maker with a hot plate. This Technivorm model works as well as the Bunn. It takes up less space on my countertop. While it doesn't look as 'beefy' in construction, it has done the job and withstood the amount of stress our senior citizen, two-person household gives its structural elements.