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Old 05-22-2011, 10:59 AM
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Mr. Coffee Switch Coffeemaker

Rating: 3 out of 5
  • Currently 3.0/5.0

Mr, Coffee coffeemakers are essentially the industry standard, they make coffee, and with very few extras for most people. The Switch Coffeemaker is a very simple, easy to use coffeemaker, with a 12 cup capacity. The case looks pretty good and has a neutral feel to it, so it does not stand out too much in any kitchen.

The Switch coffeemaker is durable, as the one I have has been used for a few years now with no problems what so ever. Perhaps the best part about the coffeemaker is that it does not leak, or spill around the counter. There are two windows, one on each side, so it is easy to see how full the coffeemaker maker is. This works for people who turn off their coffeemakers in order to keep from having to fill the pot whenever they want just one cup of coffee.

The removable filter basket is handy, and lifts out easily from the machine. This makes cleaning a breeze, and minimizes how much soap is caught in the machine after cleaning. There is a Pause 'n Serve "function" for lack of a better word. It is a mechanical system which stops the coffee from going through the machine when the carafe is pulled out. This works very well for people who want their first cup of coffee before the entire pot is done.

There is a chlorine filtration system in the coffeemaker. This helps the coffee taste better, because the better quality the water is, the better the coffee comes out. This helps a great deal for people who live in cities where chlorine is one of the major components in keeping water sanitary. There is also a light on the on/off switch, letting you know if you have left the pot on.

Review by professional reviewer, Dec. 26, 2010
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