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Cuisinart DGB-900BCC Fully Automatic Burr Grind & Brew Thermal(TM) 12 Cup Coffeemaker


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  • 24-hour fully programmable coffeemaker with 12-cup capacity
  • Double-wall insulated thermal carafe; built-in automatic burr grinder
  • Strength selector and grind control fine-tune intensity and volume
  • 8-ounce bean hopper; auto shutoff; water filter; brew-pause function
  • Measures 10-2/3 by 8-4/9 by 16-1/4 inches; 3-year limited warranty

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Cuisinart DGB-900BCC Fully Automatic Burr Grind & Brew Thermal(TM) 12 Cup Coffeemaker + Cuisinart DCC-RWFC Replacement Charcoal Water Filters - 2 pack
Price For Both: CDN$ 161.48



Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 33.4 x 25.4 x 45.7 cm ; 4.3 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 8 Kg
  • Item model number: DGB-900BCC
  • ASIN: B002IASYA8
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Oct. 6 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #875 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Easily brew up to 12 cups of great-tasting coffee with this 24-hour fully programmable coffeemaker. The unit comes equipped with a built-in burr grinder, which automatically grinds beans right before brewing, and its grind-control function makes it easy to program the amount of coffee to grind--from 2 to 12 cups. In addition, its strength selector allows for choosing from strong, medium, or mild coffee. The unit's bean hopper holds up to a half pound of beans and comes with a sealed lid to prevent moisture. Other highlights include automatic shut-off after brewing, a grind-off option, and an integrated 2- to 4-cup feature, as well as a Gold tone commercial-style permanent filter and charcoal water filter to remove impurities, and a brew-pause function for sneaking a cup midbrew. A 12-cup (5 ounces each) double-wall insulated thermal carafe comes included, which seals in heat and freshness so the last cup tastes as good as the first. The coffeemaker measures 10-2/3 by 8-4/9 by 16-1/4 inches and carries a three-year limited warranty.

Product Description

This coffee maker features an integrated burr mill grinder that automatically grinds whole beans just before the coffee is brewed through a hands-free lid right into a thermal carafe. A strength control feature lets you customize your coffee by choosing strong, medium, or mild brew to suit your taste. Program the coffee maker with the number of cups you'd like (from 2 to 12) and just enough water will be delivered to extract all of the good flavour and none of the bitterness. A "grind off" button allows the coffee maker to be used with ground coffee. The 8-ounce bean hopper has a sealed lid to prevent moisture. The 12-cup (5-ounce cups) double-wall insulated thermal carafe will keep the coffee hot for hours. A variety of adjustable features makes this the ultimate user-friendly coffee maker. A 24-hour fully programmable timer guarantees delicious, fresh-brewed coffee just when you want it. The handy "brew pause" feature lets you enjoy a cup of coffee before brewing has finished. An automatic shut-off control turns the coffee maker off right after brewing or up to 4 hours later. A "2 - 4 cups" setting provides full flavour when brewing just a few cups. Includes a permanent gold tone filter and a charcoal water filter that removes impurities from the water before brewing. A separate grinder chamber and filter area make for easy cleanup.
Size: 12 cups
Colour/Pattern: Brushed stainless steel
Capacity: 60 ounces/1.8 litres
Warranty: 3 years limited
Product of China
NOTE: Cuisinart Fully Automatic Grind & Brew Thermal 12-cup Coffeemaker, model DGB-900

Customer Reviews

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By nursedude on May 16 2012
I love this coffee maker. This is our 4th Cuisinart grind and brew in the last 10 years. We started with the older style with the glass carafe and decided we liked the stainless steel better. Then we wanted the 12 cup capacity and upgraded to this model. Our older ones were still functional so we "free-cycled" them to family and friend where they still go strong. The first model in this series we owned was bought refurbished from a local retailer. We got almost 3 years from it before the hopper broke. Since it was also starting to wear out in other ways we got one of the latest versions a few weeks ago. I can't imagine using anyting else for my morning coffee.

I don't mind the cleaning process and don't find it arduous at all. This model is much easier to keep clean than the earlier versions with the removable grinder. We take ours apart for detailed cleaning every 3 days or so (whenever we need to fill the hopper). No big deal.

A lot of the negative stuff you're reading is taken way out of context. For example the complaint about pouring position: We only have to use an "extreme" angle when tipping out the last of the coffee. It's not like we have to get in to a yoga pose. As well, I personally find the coffee very hot when it first comes out. It never lasts long enought to get cold in our house.

We use a good quality coffee and 1 lb gets us through about 4 days or so. That's for 12 cups (or 4 very large mugs) of coffee.

I have no qualms about recommending this device and the people we have given our old ones to still like theirs.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ari Bano on Feb. 15 2013
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I have had the coffee maker for about a month now and it works how it is supposed to. The coffee tastes perfect. Cleaning is OK. The temperature of the coffee is optimal. You can drink it without getting burned. If you want it hotter, just rinse the carafe with hot water before brewing. All the thermal carafes work that way. No issues so far.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Hi, I'm Natalie on Aug. 5 2013
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This was a fantastic product... for the first six months. At that point, it became temperamental at best. Problems include:

Doesn't like to start brewing, especially if I don't grind first. Sometimes it will start if I wiggle it around and plug/unplug it a few times. Normally, I have to "grind" with/without beans to get it to start, but even then I'll sometimes have to shake it to get it going.

When it does start, it will stop brewing halfway, leaving water in the machine and making really strong coffee. That's not too bad during iced coffee season, but isn't particularly helpful when I just want a cup of coffee.

I was really disappointed because I have a friend with this exact same machine that has worked well for almost two years. I've also really enjoyed some of Cuisinart's other products - Unfortunately, this one is a dud.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Lance Doucette on Jan. 6 2010
I've had this coffee maker for 2 weeks now and I find it great. Everyone complains about the 'pourability' of the carafe, but unless you're an invalid, its easy to use. It doesn't pour the best, but its certainly not something to bash the entire machine about (i.e. its manageable).

I find the temperature quite nice and it's kept the coffee warm for up to 2 hours before I noticed a significant drop in temperature. The cleaning of the machine is easy, and takes very little time to do.

It is a bit pricey, and I haven't had it long enough to comment on the longevity of the product, but overall this seems well worth it to me. The programmable setting is reliable and works well. There's nothing better than waking up in the morning to a freshly ground and brewed pot of coffee.

I think the only con I have for this product would be the metal finish tends to leave finger prints when you touch it. This kind of takes away from the rest of it.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By nmccubbin on Dec 6 2010
Makes good coffee, but the maintenance is a pain in the neck.
The advantage of automatic grinding is by far outweighted by the nuisances of keeping it working.
We gave up on it after a few months, and bought a simpler, non-automatic, model, avoiding Cuisinart.

PROBLEMS
The passage of ground coffee to the coffee basket plugs easily. To keep it working, we have to haul out the vacuum cleaner and clean the passage every 6th pot of coffee or so.
Washing the gadget that sits on the coffee basket every time making a pot takes time too

The clever floating "valve" in the top of the pot that I assume is to keep it vapour tight when not actually making or pouring coffee sticks about once a week, and dumps all the new coffee on the counter and floor if it is not being watched. Say 5 minutes clean up time
We have tried washing, vacuuming and brushing the "valve" daily, but it is still unreliable.

The pot keeps coffee hot and fresh very well, but when pouring it is difficult to avoid spillage all arond the cup.

Bottom line, the gadget is more trouble than it is worth, and a waste of money
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. M. on Oct. 17 2011
I've had this for two weeks and we've only had about 2 pots of decent coffee. The rest of the times that we brewed coffee it usually came out far too weak (i.e. tea would have been much stronger). This is even after cleaning everything out after each brew. It turns out that the grinder is sub quality and jams easily. After looking for a "all-in-one" coffee maker/grinder for quite some time, we've decided it makes more sense to simply buy a decent coffee maker and a separate grinder. Having a combo is simply not worth the hassle. It's too bad that the box has already been tossed...
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