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Last Edited by thestreetlight July 12, 2016 at 12:35 PM
Bonavita BV1500TS 5-Cup price is back down to $79.95 on Amazon.
Smaller brother to the Bonavita BV1900TS, a favorite coffee brewer here.
It may show up as $89.99 from another vender, but just check the side for the sold by Amazon for $79.96 price:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...PDKIKX0DER - Ships in 1-2 months

If you have an echo, and have not used the $10 of $20, can make it even cheaper.
http://slickdeals.net/f/8906599-prime-members-shop-with-alexa-offer-10-off-20-w-alexa-enabled-device?src=SiteSearch

Or if you are one of the lucky few few who are able to use the 20% off warehouse coupon, they have very good at $63.97 (which would make it $51.17 after coupon)
http://slickdeals.net/f/8910119-prime-members-amazon-warehouse-deals-coupon-extra-savings-20-off?src=SiteSearch
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How does this guy compare to the BV1800?
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Quote from powerslave12r View Post :
How does this guy compare to the BV1800?
Only real difference seems to be # of cups 5 vs 8, and heating watts, 1100 vs 1450- which is probably because of less water to heat.
They both have brewing temperature of 195°-205°F (91°-96°C)
Voluntary pre-infusion mode & specially designed showerhead for ideal extraction.
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price seems to come and go now that it's down to $80 so check back regularly if it's higher;
https://slickdeals.net/f/8908043-bonavita-bv1500ts-5-cup-steel-plastic-80-prime?v=1
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Like it, thanks.
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I posted and bought the 1800 the last time around. I does male a good cup of coffee at the right brewing temperature. I still like and take my aeropress on vacation if I can as the coffee tastes that much better.

few complaints about the bonvita. the filter housing sits on the coffee pot (I got glass carafe) as oppose to being attach to machine and swinging out for changing filter/adding coffee. you then take off filter once complete and put carafe topper on. I find that to be something they could have improved on by now. the filter housing is a bit of a pain the clean unless you soak in white vinegar. one other complaint but not a biggie because who can't wait 3 minutes for coffee but you can't sneak a cup while it's in brewing process. I'm on vacation now...and luckily I brought my aeropress. there's a coffee maker with built in grinder. bleh....tastes like water.
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Quote from un_plug View Post :
Only real difference seems to be # of cups 5 vs 8, and heating watts, 1100 vs 1450- which is probably because of less water to heat.
They both have brewing temperature of 195°-205°F (91°-96°C)
Voluntary pre-infusion mode & specially designed showerhead for ideal extraction.
Thanks, seems like a good machine.

Quote from jlongo527 View Post :
I posted and bought the 1800 the last time around. I does male a good cup of coffee at the right brewing temperature. I still like and take my aeropress on vacation if I can as the coffee tastes that much better.

few complaints about the bonvita. the filter housing sits on the coffee pot (I got glass carafe) as oppose to being attach to machine and swinging out for changing filter/adding coffee. you then take off filter once complete and put carafe topper on. I find that to be something they could have improved on by now. the filter housing is a bit of a pain the clean unless you soak in white vinegar. one other complaint but not a biggie because who can't wait 3 minutes for coffee but you can't sneak a cup while it's in brewing process. I'm on vacation now...and luckily I brought my aeropress. there's a coffee maker with built in grinder. bleh....tastes like water.
I have to say I actually like that the filter housing is not connected to the machine. Lots of benefits of having it separate.
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Quote from powerslave12r View Post :
Thanks, seems like a good machine.

I have to say I actually like that the filter housing is not connected to the machine. Lots of benefits of having it separate.
Completely agree, the separate filter housing is one of the thing I've grown to really like about the Bonavita since I got it.
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jlongo - nothing is stopping you from adding a paper filter to the metal screen to make cleanup go faster.
taking coffee prematurely defeats the whole point of leaving the grinds exposed to hot water properly and
is why most cheap drip coffee makers you can get an early cup from - will taste inferior.
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I went to order using the WDEARLY20 and the ode didn't work. Have any luck with the 20% off?
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Quote from PetSpy View Post :
jlongo - nothing is stopping you from adding a paper filter to the metal screen to make cleanup go faster.
taking coffee prematurely defeats the whole point of leaving the grinds exposed to hot water properly and
is why most cheap drip coffee makers you can get an early cup from - will taste inferior.
if s/he's cleaning with vinegar it must be scale build up from hard water which i don't think a paper filter is going to help with...
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5 cups.... I'd have to run it twice to have coffee at lunch time.
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hard water
imho, any tap water issues should be resolved before pouring it in to your expensive appliances. http://www.wikihow.com/Soften-Hard-Water
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