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Cuisinart DGB650BCU Grind and Brew Automatic Filter Coffee Maker


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  • Automatically grinds coffee before brewing
  • Fully programmable
  • Grind off function
  • 10 cup capacity
  • Brushed stainless steel housing

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  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 30 x 40 cm ; 1 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 10 Kg
  • Delivery Destinations: Visit the Delivery Destinations Help page to see where this item can be delivered.
  • Item model number: DGB650BCU
  • ASIN: B002P3KCKI
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 10 Jan 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 76,546 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Nigelcat on 17 Jan 2012
The Pros:
The most important thing to say about this coffee maker is that it makes really good coffee. The way that it grinds and brews the coffee is key to this. It tastes very good indeed. The carrafe does keep the coffee hot for a very long time and is a huge plus point. The coffee maker seems well designed and built. I know a few others have commented about how you have to upturn the coffee pot when pouring, but this quirky feature takes nothing away from what is a great coffee maker.

The Cons:
Compared to some much more basic machines, it does seem like you need to use a larger volume of coffee beans to brew 10 cups of decent strength of coffee. This may be explained by the way the grinder produces a slightly more coarse coffee grind than pre-ground coffee. I was surprised to see that the grinder blades seem quite blunt. The fact that the coffee maker does allow you to choose a slower rate of water dripping on to the grounds for 1-4 cups, suggests that the designers were aware of this. If you select this feature when brewing a full pot it seems to make full strength coffee.

As others have suggested, you will need to clean and dry the two parts of the removable grinding container before each brew. Its almost not worth mentioning, but I suppose the more casual coffee drinker might find this more trouble than its worth. I just rinse them under the tap and dry them with a towel. It takes about 15 seconds and really isn't a big deal, particulary considering that you will need to rise the filter basket anyway, just as you would on any coffee maker. The grinder itself seems really robust though.

I think the quality of the coffee, the insulated caraffe, the grind and brew feature and the build quality justifie the price. So it gets five stars from me.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Ian1944 on 14 Feb 2012
We bought this coffee maker in order to have freshly brewed coffee (2 mugs) first thing in the morning (by using the programmed brewing facility) with the intention of still having hot coffee (another 2 mugs) ready for use 3-4 hours later for mid morning break. Sadly, despite returning the first unit because the coffee wasn't hot enough (Cuisinart Customer Service suggested the first unit might have had a faulty thermostat) and obtaining a replacement, there was no appreciable improvement. We even measured the temperature of the freshly brewed coffee (using a digital thermometer) and at 74C, it was 'hot' but certainly not 'piping hot'.

On the plus side, the unit brews fabulous coffee, with filtered water (filter in unit), and is just about hot enough if you pour it and drink it straight-away. And because is uses a thermal flask, there is no question of stewing the coffee if it sits for a while, but you would then need to add warm milk or possibly warm up your coffee in a microwave to get it warm enough. Far too much hassle!

The instructions say that to keep your coffee hotter longer, you should first warm the jug by filling with boiling water. Fine, if you don't want piping hot, automatically brewed fresh coffee first thing in the morning. This rather defeats the object of having a programmable brew time. However, if you brew the maximum 10 cups you do get a better result; the larger volume of hot brewed coffee then needs to give up less of its heat to warm up the jug (as an alternative to pre-heating with boiling water).

So, if you want a large quantity of excellent, freshly-brewed, hot coffee for drinking now or within the next 1-2 hours, by all means choose a Cusisinart coffee maker, but go for a simpler machine and forget about the programmer.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. C. Bambra on 19 Sep 2010
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I was actually looking for a coffee percolator but couldn't find one that lasted longer than 6 months. I had a look at the more expensive side of the market & found this. It's actually a very good product. It's a pain to have to wash it up after every pot, but it's delivering good coffee & lasting so far............
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Mr. N. Goward on 20 Mar 2010
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All we wanted was a machine which enables us to take the beans out of the freezer put them in the machine and end up with a perfect cup of coffee a few seconds later and that's what we got. Along with Blue Sumatra coffee beans from Costa Rica Coffee co. we have what we wanted - freshly made coffee that tastes like coffee smells. Beautiful.

Yes the jug is difficult to pour, yes it is a fag to have to wash everything after every grind but it's worth it.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Cham on 7 Dec 2010
I got this Coffee Maker for my girlfriend a few weeks back. She had been talking about being able to wake up to the smell of coffee every morning. Did some research and came across this product. Got to say although, it looks abosulutely fantastic and brews coffee perfectly, I had to send it back. My girlfriend is the only one that drinks coffee in the house and although this machine allows you to brew 2 to 10 cups, we found that if you only brewed for 1 person (2-4 cups), the coffee did not stay hot, it was just warm. The only way to actually keep the coffee hot was to either to brew at least 8 cups, or brew the coffee with hot water which defeats the purpose programming the machine and waking up to fresh made coffee if you have to go pre-heat the water first.
Additionally,the idea was that she could wake up to the smell of coffee, because this machine uses a thermal insulated carafe,you could not notice any aroma whatsoever. Also the carafe is a pain to use if you only have 2-4 cups of coffee in there. It's almost as if you need to completely turn the carafe upside down to get it out.
Other than that, it brews/grinds perfectly, it's easy to use and clean, and looks great on the counter.

So there is it, go for it if you plan on consuming 8 cups a day, otherwise it is a bit of a waste for one person.
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