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Cuisinart DGB-900BCC Fully Automatic Burr Grind & Brew ThermalTM 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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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
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.See all Product Description
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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.
1. No matter how many cups you set it to make, it will use ALL the water in the tank, so you have to put in the exact amount of water every time. I wish it would allow you to fill the tank and then use the water as you go.
2. The coffee pot is designed kind of bizarrely, such that it is nearly impossible to pour all the coffee out that you made. That is, the coffee "hides" behind the top lip of the pot, and when you first use this thing, you'll swear you poured it all out, but there will be a cup left. Also, it doesn't have the best insulation (your coffee will get cold). I don't know if there is a third-party pot you could buy that would fit here, but it might be worth looking into.
3. There's a small spring-loaded piece on the bottom of the drippy thingy that pushes up when you put the pot in, that... well, I'm not sure what it does exactly, because it broke on mine almost immediately. But everything still worked fine without it. Probably something to help it not leak or something.
4. Occasionally, the grinder will sprinkle some grinds either on top or in the pot in the grinding phase. So, sometimes you end up with some coffee grounds in your coffee. Not usually, and not that much, but in general, not all grounds go directly into the filter.
Even with these small gripes, I found it worth the money, as it's a great price point for having an integrated burr grinder / coffee maker. I didn't find anything else with all of that near the same price and with decent reviews. However, I think Cuisinart could improve on this design.
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.
Had this a year now - 100% reliable, no real maintinence outside of cleaning, used at least once per day. Awesome product.
We bought it for the RV where we didn't have room for a separate grinder and fancy cappuccino/espresso maker.....but we still wanted a great coffee from fresh beans.
It's preferable to have a full pot rather than single cups (although it has that option) as we tend to drink more coffee while camping. The stainless steel carafe keeps the coffee hot for hours.
Really glad I purchased this!
Most recent customer reviews
The coffee maker itself seemed to work fine, but there was a design flaw with the pouring spout. When you pour the coffee, there is a second 'stream' of fluid that drips on the... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Alan
This is one the best investments one can do for kitchen gadgets. Just be aware that it's not fully automatic, descriptions could be a little deceiving. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
This makes a pretty quick pot of coffee. Having come to this after using keurig I was honestly quite impressed. There is one thing that irks me about this unit. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Tyler Mueller
This coffee maker is just okay makes no better coffee than a $30.00 Wal Mart Special. In my opinion. Read morePublished 22 days ago by leah
Without a doubt, the worst appliance I have ever bought. Far too fussy and complicated cleaning up after a brew and preparing for the next one.
Very easy to use, makes great coffee and has an easy clean re-useable filterPublished 27 days ago by Amazon Customer
We had a smaller version, not exactly the same but close. This is by far a superior coffee maker. Kepes coffee hot enough until it's gone, full flavour with the bean grinder. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer