Mr. Coffee 12-Cup Coffeemaker, Black, SK13

March 1, 2017 - Comment

[ctct form=”1477″] This coffee maker lets you make up to 12 cups of hot, fresh coffee. Use the handy Pause ‘n Serve feature to pour a cup of coffee while the rest of the pot is still brewing. Product Features On/off indicator light lets you know when your coffeemaker is on or off Removable filter

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This coffee maker lets you make up to 12 cups of hot, fresh coffee. Use the handy Pause ‘n Serve feature to pour a cup of coffee while the rest of the pot is still brewing.

Product Features

  • On/off indicator light lets you know when your coffeemaker is on or off
  • Removable filter basket lifts out for fast and easy filling and cleaning
  • Brewing pause ‘n serve lets you pour a cup of coffee while the coffeemaker is still brewing
  • Dual water window shows the amount of water in the reservoir for accurate filling
  • Cord storage safely stores excesscord to keep your counter neat

Comments

Amanda Smelser says:

I wouldn’t recommend this coffee maker because the hinged top of the … I wouldn’t recommend this coffee maker because the hinged top of the brewer does not fit right and it stays open. I like to have my coffee maker on my counter all the time and it looks very cheap. Even my visiting mother asked me what was wrong with it. Does not make super hot coffee either, like my old Mr. Coffee model does. Not worth the extra 10 bucks to get the newest, sleeker-looking model since it looks like crap with the brewer lid sticking up awkwardly.

Peregrino says:

I Probably Don’t Have Sophisticated Taste Buds My Mr. Coffee just like this one died after four or five years. I spent much more time than I should have reading reviews and pondering my choices. I knew I didn’t want one of the highly rated three hundred dollar models, but did consider a sixty-five dollar unit until I read negative reviews of it. Finally, I decided to go with the devil I knew, and have no regrets. I don’t have any problem with filling the pot in the morning and doing other things in the few minutes it takes to brew, so I don’t need a timer. I usually get up at about the same time each day but if I don’t I don’t want (a)to have to plan the night before for when my coffee should be made or (b)have coffee sitting around waiting for me. Also, while I still prefer coffee made in a Chemex to any other coffee (except for expresso), it’s just more trouble than it’s worth. I really do think that what you put in the pot determines what comes out for your cup. Good coffee in, good coffee out. Bad coffee in, bad coffee…

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