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BUNN BT Velocity Brew 10-Cup Thermal Carafe Home Coffee Brewer, Black
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- Brews 4 to 10 cups (20 to 50 oz.) in about 3 minutes
- Double wall, vacuum insulated thermal carafe keeps coffee warm for up to 2 hours
- Unique sprayhead ensures even, complete coffee flavor extraction
- Stainless steel internal hot water tank keeps water heated to optimal brewing temperature of 200 Degree F
- Double-wall carafe design provides durability and is dishwasher safe
- Reservoir-style home brewer makes up to 10 cups of coffee in just 3 minutes
- Stainless-steel water tank; 800-watt heater and internal thermostat
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BUNN Velocity Brew 10-Cup Coffee Brewer
Coffee ready in 3 minutes
The Velocity Brew brews 4 to 10 cups in just about 3 minutes. Also, its unique sprayhead ensures even, complete coffee flavor extraction.
Hot! Just how you want it
Stainless steel internal hot water tank keeps water heated to optimal brewing temperature of 200° F.
Thermal carafe is double wall, vacuum insulated - meaning, it keeps coffee warm for up to 2 hours!
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|Color||Black||Black||Stainless Steel||Black||Stainless Steel||Black|
|Item Dimensions||9.37 x 16.37 x 14.62 in||13.7 x 11.6 x 9.1 in||6.8 x 12.4 x 12.2 in||8.75 x 15.5 x 14.62 in||10.88 x 10.12 x 16.38 in||8.75 x 15.5 x 14.62 in|
|Item Weight||9.15 lbs||8 lbs||6.13 lbs||8 lbs||—||8 lbs|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
Nothing brews like a Bunn! Using coffee brewing technology perfected in over 40 years of service to the restaurant industry, Bunn has built the perfect home brewing system. Bunn's unique reservoir-style unit brews up to 10 cups (50-oz) of coffee in just 3 minutes --- and keeps hot water available for tea or other uses, as you need it. This U.S.A.-assembled unit features the Classic Bunn thermal carafe home brewer design, is constructed of commercially-rated materials with stainless steel accents and comes complete with an internal stainless steel water tank and a stainless steel vacuum insulated carafe. A 3-year limited warranty helps ensure satisfaction.
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Background: Unfortunately, my original STX stopped heating after many years of faithful service. From what I found online, it's likely a problem with one of the internal heat sensors. After trying to find a reasonable way to have it fixed, I failed - Bunn won't do it at all, and the one repair shop that could touch it at all was going to charge me more than 2/3 the expense of what I paid for the STX.
I hate throwing stuff out that's completely OK except for a tiny part. So got online and looked at some videos of how to fix the problem for similar Bunns, buy I ultimately decided to not take the time and risk. Heck, I didn't even know for sure that the problem was the heat sensor. Plus, there was the hassle of finding a replacement sensors (Bunn couldn't/wouldn't sell me one).
So I moved on: decided to get a new coffee maker - preferably Bunn. Amazon no longer carries the STX - nor does anyone else in the universe...except used ones on eBay and elsewhere...for ridiculous prices! Apparently there's an STX fan club keeping demand high. The closest Bunn to my old STX was the BTX-B - and Amazon didn't have it, nor could find it elsewhere. So I was stuck with changing to another brand of coffee maker...or trying the BT. There were lots of positive reviews for the BT, but I have learned to check out some of the negative reviews (which more than once have saved me from making a bad purchase. And there were a fair number of negative reviews for the BT - including many who complained about a strong chemical smell emitted during initial pots. But I decided to give it a try anyway. (A plug here for Amazon's excellent return policy!)
A few days later, I had the new pot. And lo and behold: when I opened the box, it was actually a BTX-B! Possibly a fluke, but I'm happy.
And after a month of usage, I've had lots of great coffee...and none of the chemical smells some have complained about.
So I give it a 5 star rating.
However, I have to say that the appearance of this model (whether BT or BTX-B) isn't anywhere near as attractive as the old STX. I don't care for the silver plate at the top of the front. In contrast, the STX was all black, and it's overall appearance was actually on the elegant side. I gave it a goodbye kiss and tossed in the trash. An ignominious burial. But (and here I confess an idiosyncrasy), I saved the old carafe and the grounds container, which still fit the BTX-B. No electronic problems could ruin them! Why keep them? For one thing, they're a heavier weight and more elegant than the BTX-B's. More importantly, though: every new pot of coffee helps sustain my memory of my lost love.
To deal with the overflow issue with the filter basket, you will need the reduce-flow spray head sold by Bunn. The Reusable Gold-Tone Basket Coffee Filter does not work unless you like cleaning up a mess. I had no problem with this with my previous Bunn. The grounds overflow out of the top of the basket and then flow into the lid of the carafe, plugging the opening.
Overall, I am not impressed with this Bunn coffee maker. It makes coffee, good coffee.
On that note, we tried stronger, bolder coffees, but it just seems like we continue to burn thru twice as much coffee as we did with previous coffee makers to get a reasonable flavor with the Bunn. It's almost as if Bunn has sacrificed flavor for speed in order to get it brewed in under three minutes.
One other issue that I didn't realize would be as important was that it's hard to do partial pots of coffee. For instance, there's no way to correlate the amount of water to the amount of coffee to make only 4 or 6 cups. You have to use a separate measuring cup, but these are 5oz cups not 8oz as most measuring cups show. Bunn used to include a container for filling the water reservoir that had measurements marked for partial pots. I guess that's not an option anymore.
For my wife and I, we'll likely give this to someone in our family who tolerates weak coffee and keep looking for other options. We're also going to look for something that has a built-in water filter and the ability to make partial pots. We're not sure what brand to try next, but if it costs as much as the Bunn we hope to get a better value for the money.
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