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The Cuisinart features two separate reservoirs — one to brew a full pot of coffee & one for a single-serve cup. The two reservoirs mean that when you brew a pot, you aren’t using up all of the water from the single-serve reservoir — which is a plus. However both reservoirs are somewhat difficult to access. To answer yo… see more The Cuisinart features two separate reservoirs — one to brew a full pot of coffee & one for a single-serve cup. The two reservoirs mean that when you brew a pot, you aren’t using up all of the water from the single-serve reservoir — which is a plus. However both reservoirs are somewhat difficult to access. To answer your question, you don’t have to pour water in each time for the single-serve function, which is an improvement over some other dual coffee makers (like the Hamilton Flex Brew). The single-serve reservoir holds 40 oz — enough to brew three 10 oz cups or five 6 oz cups before refilling. (It requires a limited amount of water to remain in the reservoir to work properly.) For a larger reservoir, consider the Keurig K-Duo Plus, which features a 60-63 oz single reservoir. Hope that helps:) see less The Cuisinart features two separate reservoirs — one to brew a full pot of coffee & one for a single-serve cup. The two reservoirs mean that when you brew a pot, you aren’t using up all of the water from the single-serve reservoir — which is a plus. However both reservoirs are somewhat difficult to access. To answer your question, you don’t have to pour water in each time for the single-serve function, which is an improvement over some other dual coffee makers (like the Hamilton Flex Brew). The single-serve reservoir holds 40 oz — enough to brew three 10 oz cups or five 6 oz cups before refilling. (It requires a limited amount of water to remain in the reservoir to work properly.) For a larger reservoir, consider the Keurig K-Duo Plus, which features a 60-63 oz single reservoir. Hope that helps:)
C Sanders
· February 13, 2020
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The 12 cup Brewer uses cone shaped filter
Janice
· December 30, 2016
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These Dimensions are not correct. The Actual setting on the counter size is 10.5" wide x 10.5" deep x 14.5" tall
Andrew D.
· January 4, 2018
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The SS-10 suspends the charcoal filter about 1/2 inch above the water intake. It is a stupid design, like floating the filter inside the water, instead of making the water go through it. The filter on the previous model SS-700 makes more sense because that model has the filter right above, hugging the water intake.
D. Coral
· August 23, 2017
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It will take any brand of K-Cup size pod. It also comes with a re-fillable pod you can fill with whatever coffee you prefer.
Jess G
· November 19, 2016
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We have ours in a try with cups and we just slide it out - there is also space on the side and the water for the single cup feature can lift out the side after you disengage it. Doesn't need very much room at top.
Ralph Maxwell
· February 1, 2017
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Its a cone filter vs flat filter.
Edward Keenan
· January 1, 2017
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You can see where it sits in the water tank on the single serve side. And you can see if you use a flashlight where the other filt goes on the carafe side in the back tank. Hope this helps. Page 6,7,8 explain it in the manual.
Brent Babin
· December 2, 2016
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There are two separate reservoirs. The single cup brewer is a 40oz. Love this machine by the way.
Jess G
· December 5, 2016
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34" from receptacle to back of unit
Revcogg
· December 9, 2016