After waking up in the morning, a tiring work all day and you want to relax, you cannot help but think of your favorite coffee. Thinking whether you enjoy freshly brewed coffee first thing in the morning, as a refresher in the afternoon, or with a dessert after a meal, the KitchenAid collection of coffee makers are designed to brew rich, flavorful coffee.
KitchenAid Drip Coffee Brewers. The KitchenAid Drip Coffee Brewers help you brew coffee just the way you like it. The Drip coffee brewers also feature a BPA-free removable water tank for easy access.
Drip Coffee Brewers. The variable brew strength selector allows you to choose between regular and bold brew strengths while giving you a full-bodied cup every time. And the variable warmth control lets you choose how hot you want to keep the coffee for up to four hours.
Refined Brew Process. Refined Brew Process for Bold Coffee Flavor.
Digital Display. Shows brew cycle information, including warm indicator, brew strength indicator, 1-4 cup indicator and cleaning needed indicator.
Variable Brew Strength Selector. The Variable Brew Strength Selector allows you to brew coffee just the way you like it, choosing between regular and bold brew strengths.
24-hour Programmable Feature. The 24-hour Programmable feature can be programmed for any time over a 24-hour period, so your coffee can be ready at a precise time, day or night.
Here is what original crawfish on November 5, 2010 says about the product:
“ok guys and gals, here is my story, I’ve been using a black and decker space saver coffee maker mainly because of the removable water tank. the carafe drizzled coffee all over the counter, the water tank could not be set full of water over nite in the maker because the water would leak out at the seal. and it made some incredibly weak coffee. but I trudged through because I don’t like the idea of pouring water into the most of the time tiny opening most manufacturers give you. all I can see is that I’m usually pretty messy anyway, so pictures of water all over the counter. and I didn’t and don’t want that. hence I wanted a spot that offered the fill in the sink. so back to the old maker, so I used the b&d for not quite a year and when you “sneak ” a cup it drip coffee onto the hot plate, which now has caused the hot plate to rust out. I had almost gotten to the point of not wanting to make coffee… and I love me some coffee. so when I saw this coffee maker offered by kitchenaid, and saw that it was brand new design, and it had no reviews yet, I was very hesitant to purchase it. so much so that I have been several weeks trying to decide if I would risk it. I mean 80 bucks is 80 bucks. if it was 20 I might have risked it earlier. so anyway, I finally decided to throw some money at it and see if it would actually work. and guys, AWESOME. I love it. I only have to use half as much coffee beans and the coffee comes out way stronger than the b&d ever dreamed of. if this coffee maker lasts as long as it looks like it will then I will truly be one very happy coffee drinker. only time will tell. if i remImber i’ll try to come back in a few months and do any update review, but so far I would have to say this is very much money well spent. maranatha”
*** ok, two-week update… it is still awesome. the carafe pours without putting coffee on the countertop, which is awesome. when i sneak a cup while it is brewing there is no leakage, which is awesome, the temperature is extremely hot, i cut my coffee with milk so after getting the ingredients mixed the temperature is perfect. after brewing when you open the lid to clean out the old grounds it does have condensation go onto the lid for the water resevoir, but to me, that is no big deal. the bold setting on the coffee gets the full flavor out of the beans. the removable water reservoir, as of this date shows no sign of leaking. so as of this update, two weeks out, I’m still on the “I recommend this coffee maker to everybody who drinks coffee, it is awesome” oh i see a guy gave this thing 3 stars, this is his only review, which to me sounds kind of odd, maybe he works for the competition. so if you are in the market for a new coffee maker, I highly recommend this one. oh and btw, I drink two pots of coffee every day, so my coffee pot gets well used. will update later on down the road if I remember
***** 9 MONTH UPDATE ***** still awesome, still glad i have it, and i still recommend it and confirm everything i have said up to this point. this is my last update on this unless something really weird happens. Check the on price amazon.