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Old 07-12-2011, 01:18 AM
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5-Cup Drip Coffee Maker

Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

The Black & Decker DCM675BF 5-Cup Drip Coffee Maker is an affordable and lightweight way to wake up every morning. The programmable timer allows you to have hot coffee available as soon as you wake up, assuming you know about what time that will be. Even if you're not sure what time that might be, or if you decide to sleep in a little bit, the keep warm plate will make sure that your coffee stays warm for you. If you forget to turn it off before you leave in the morning, it will eventually turn itself off to prevent overheating or fires.

I love my coffee in the mornings, and the glass carafe that holds up to five cups has been perfect for me
so far. The filter itself is washable, which I think makes me feel better about all the years that I used the disposable ones. It also fits compactly into even the most cramped counter space. It's a surprisingly good quality coffee maker, given that it can be bought for as little as $30.00.

The only thing that I am not really thrilled about with this item is when I broke the carafe, it was not as easy to replace as it had been with previous coffee makers. I did have to call around and I probably should have contacted the manufacturer. Of course, I live in a small town and that problem is not uncommon. I actually bought an extra carafe to keep around, just in case.

I will give this 5 stars and I will admit that I initially considered buying a more expensive unit, because I thought it would be more appropriate for my needs. I am really glad that I decided to save a few dollars and buy this one!

Review by professional reviewer, Dec. 26, 2010
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