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West Bend 33600 100-Cup Commercial Coffee Urn
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- Brew as fast as 1 cup per minute
- Highly-polished aluminum exterior
- Dishwasher safe removable componenets
- NSF certified
- 14.30 (W) x 14.40 (D) x 20.00 (H)
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From the Manufacturer
West Bend coffeemakers are styled for the counter top or buffet table and offer features for smooth prep, quick brewing, and easy clean up. The 100-cup Commercial urn is rated for commercial use.
This 40-100 cup service is designed for offices, Churches, break rooms, lounges and cafes.
Designed to fill a cup or carafe.
Brewing instructions are printed on the Face plate for easy reference. Interior water Level markings and coffee-level gauge provided.
- 2-Way Dripless Faucet
- Cup-per-minute Brewing
- Automatic Temperature Control
- Cleaning Tool
- Indicator Light
- Highly polished aluminum exterior
- Aluminum Filter baske
- On/Off switch
- Twist to secure lid
Cooking Family Traditions
West Bend, a leading developer of electric kitchen appliances, has been in business since 1911. Spanning multiple generations with innovative product offerings, West Bend delivers unmatched performance, quality and value to consumers nationwide. Whether you’re making fresh, homemade bread, blending smoothies, roasting a chicken or baking a pizza, West Bend strives to make your kitchen activities easier.
Top Customer Reviews
I ordered this Party Perk machine and when it came in I almost returned it because it seemed so flimsy, but I figured I'd give it a chance.
I'm glad I did. All the information I read on the Internet about coffee said that perc'd coffee is not very good because the water is boiled and constantly recirculated through the grounds and this does not equate to how to achieve the best tasting coffee.
Well, while this was not the BEST coffee I have ever had, the coffee was none-the-less very good. I used Berkley and Jensen ground coffee (available at BJ's Wholesale club)and I could not have been more pleased with the results from this Party Perk. I used a little more than 2-1/2 cups of ground coffee for the full 42 cups and the information I read about expecting the pot to brew the coffee at one cup per minute seemed pretty accurate.
There were a lot of compliments on how good the coffee tasted. It did not taste burned, even after being kept warmed in the pot for a few hours.
I cannot comment on the durability of the machine as I haven't had it that long. My parents saw this pot and remarked that they had the same one for many many years before they gave it away and never had the first bit of trouble with it.
I have thrown parties, family gatherings, and had it in my office serving coffee every day and everyone agrees- perked coffee tastes best. I do not care for Starbucks - the strong acid is not my thing. I prefer a strong cup of perked coffee. The percolator allows the coffee to actually cook which reduces the acid.Anything leftover from morning gets put into a pitcher and into the fridge for iced coffee in the afternoon- it is so yummy! For smaller quantity the Westbend home percolators are great- not your grandma's machine they have nice easy to read and follow settings and again the superior flavor over drip.This unit is easy to clean- do not let the size intimidate you.
The Hamilton Beach blows the West Bend out of the water. It is much larger and better built.
Though they both are advertised as 42-cup, the Hamilton has a 10.5 liter capacity, while the West Bend only has a 7 liter capacity. That's 3.5 liters more (1.5x larger) than the West Bend - that's a huge difference!
And finally, the West Bend just feels really cheap and flimsy. The Hamilton feels much more sturdy.
Hamilton wins this one hands down.
First, the capacity (12-30 cups) is based on the assumption that a cup is 5 ounces in size. That's really small - an official "cup" is 8 ounces, and most people use a 10 ounce coffee mug. So, you should probably think of it as more of an "8-15 cup capacity" machine.
Second, the owner's manual recommends how much ground coffee to use in the pot - these recommendations gave me VERY strong coffee. It may take some experimenting to come up with the right recipe.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent coffee maker and love the raised spigot which makes it easy to pour a cup coffeePublished 5 days ago by Kathy Putzbach
Great product have both this and Hamilton beach 42 cup. This is a much better fit for our use. The pot is on 24 hours a day and makes two full pots a day. Read morePublished 5 days ago by kathleen weeks
I cannot believe this is made of aluminum, knowing all we do about aluminum, and not stainless steel. So disappointed. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Diana Bobanafofana
This coffee pot has turned out to be better than expected for a very reasonable price. It's easy to use and clean plus not having to buy filters just makes one less item to keep... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Mary Dougherty