Rated 4 out of 5Â by Sharon563 Good Coffee Maker
I bought this coffee maker as a back-up to use on my days off when I like to brew a whole pot of coffee
instead of single cups with my Keurig. It is not fancy compared to other expensive brands but it does the same job.... it makes coffee. Many people have given it negative reviews but I think it is just fine. Remember people,all this machine does is brew what you put into it.If you use inferior coffee and city tap water you get out what you put in. I use fresh ground coffee and filtered water and this coffee maker makes a very good,very hot pot of coffee each time.Can't beat the price either!
Rated 2 out of 5
Â by Coffeeguy10 ...but for one major flaw
Good value, works fine, but the digital display is all but IMPOSSIBLE to see, The LCD is not backlit (or possibly mine was broken out of the box), there's very little contrast between the background and the black 7 segment characters and can't be viewed even in a well lit kitchen without bending in close. Any reflection on the display renders it useless.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by ChurchOrganist I love my new coffee maker
When carefully looking for the tank measurement, I was able to see it. As a result, I didn't have to worry about accidental spill while my coffee brewed. Even though the brewing part of the coffee maker is not made of solid metal but rather plastic, as long as I am careful, I know this coffee maker will last a long time. Though I don't care about the brewing aroma too much, it is a nice feature. I like having a clock on my coffee maker. My house is not a restaurant. Therefore, this coffee maker perfectly fits my lifestyle. The only bad part is cleaning up my coffee maker after every use.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by TominPA Overall good value for the money
This coffee maker replaced our Bunn pot that had failed after 10 years of service. If you are looking for a good brewer for the price, this will meet your needs. The only two things I have found that kept it from 5 stars all around are the unlit digital display and the way that you have to add water as it gets hard to angle the pot if you are making a full 12 cups. As far as the short cord problem that a few people have complained about, I think you will find that most, if not all kitchen appliances are now required by law to have the shorter cord, at least in the U.S.