Cuisinart® Grind & Brew™ Coffee Maker
Coffee lovers can use the strength selector (strong, medium or mild) and grind control functions to fine-tune the intensity and volume of their blend, and the brushed metal finish looks great in any home.
The Grind & Brew’s Brew Pause™ feature lets you enjoy a cup before brewing is complete, and the maker comes with a gold-tone commercial-style permanent coffee filter, a charcoal water filter, adjustable auto-shutoff and grind-off features. All materials that come in contact with water or coffee are BPA-free. Limited three-year warranty. 26½ lbs.; 12-cup (5 ounces) capacity. 8¼" x 11¾" x 16½".
- Cuisinart’s fully programmable coffeemaker with an integrated burr grinder
- Brews superior coffee whenever you want it
- Special burr grinder grinds the coffee without influencing the integrity of the bean
- The true flavor is maintained
- Sealable bean hopper holds up to a half-pound of beans, keeping them moisture-free
- Coffee lovers can use the strength selector for strong, medium or mild
- Strength selector and grind control functions let you fine-tune the intensity and volume of your blend
- Brushed metal finish looks great in any home
- Brew Pause feature lets you enjoy a cup before brewing is complete
- Gold-tone commercial-style permanent coffee filter
- Charcoal water filter
- Adjustable auto-shutoff and grind-off features
- All materials that come in contact with water or coffee are BPA-free
- Limited three-year warranty
- Model: DGB-700BC
- Dimensions: 26½ lbs.; 8¼" x 11¾" x 16½"
- Capacity: 12 cups or 5 oz
- Warranty: Limited three-year warranty
- Made in China
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- Coffee maker
- Gold tone permanent coffee filter
- Charcoal water filter
But when it actually worked, it made the best coffee ever.
Dont waste your time with this machine
I originally gave this product a positive review & now I've changed my mind!
One of the coffee makers basically stopped working after 2 months and the other stopped working after 3 months.
In each case they broke in the same way: the process would not proceed from the grind to the drip.
Cuisinart needs to go back to the drawing board before it tries to compete with Beville
You MUST clean out the grinding mechanism about every 7-10 days. I used to grind my coffee with a separate device and could wipe it with a paper towel. This needs that love too. Remember that coffees have oils. If you keep this up every 7-10 days (whenever the grinds empty), you'll never have a problem. Great job for the person in your life who doesn't do all of the other kitchen chores ;)
It fits about 1/2-3/4 bag of beans (from Starbucks/Kean/Schuil/wherever you purchase your beans). When it empties, time to clean.
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