With features like its built-in burr grinder, thermal carafe, coffee strength selector, 8-oz. bean hopper, and charcoal filter, it's not just an attractive, modern kitchen tool but one that makes great-tasting coffee.
Somewhat pricey. The design of the spout could be improved – tends to dribble when pouring. A few reports of lemons.
A contemporary machine with the ability to brew single-serve cups. Has a 72-oz. capacity reservoir and is compatible with single-serve coffee pods including K-Cups. Has a sleek stainless steel finish.
Coffee may spatter a bit during the brewing process, and it's somewhat noisy. A few reports of leaks from the reservoir.
Garners praise for brewing great-tasting coffee with its unique technology capable of maintaining very hot temperatures without compromising flavor. Has a large 14-cup capacity and attractive, modern looks.
An occasional leak around the spout of the carafe has been reported. Control buttons and the LED display have been known to malfunction.
A unique concept offering traditional 12-cup and single-cup brewing all in one. Has coffee strength selector and is compatible with a variety of pods and K-Cups.
The 2-in-1 design comes with one of the highest price tags. Other concerns include occasional reservoir leaks, noisy operation, and coffee spattering from the single brew side.
A sleek machine with a smaller footprint than some others by the brand, but with similar features including built-in burr grinder, charcoal filtration system and thermal carafe.
A few complaints that the coffee doesn't brew as hot as other models, and some reports of a variety of quality concerns that pop up after a short period of time.
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