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12-Cup Cuisinart Programmable Coffee Maker in Black $40 or Less + Free Store Pickup **clearance

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has 12-Cup Cuisinart Programmable Coffee Maker in Black for $40 w/ Free Store Pickup. Shipping is free on orders of $45+
  • 3 year limited warranty
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  • if you buy 2 Cuisinart, save $15 - discount is reflected in cart
  • if you buy 3 Cuisinart, save $25
  • if you buy 4 Cuisinart, save $40
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Nothing compares to this brand coffee maker for the price/warranty definitely a Winner!!!
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Quite a few one-star reviews.
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Would a Cuisinart metal vacuum carafe of the same capacity fit in this? Why did they stop making those btw? Metal doesn't shatter and keeps coffee warm longer w/o the need for the heating element to stay on in the base, which wastes power and makes the coffee taste bad. Did people miss being able to see the coffee, just to make sure it wasn't orange juice or milk?
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In for 1. Excellent price for the quality . There are better coffee makers, sure. But for $40 this is the best.
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Been using Cuisanart coffee makers for almost my whole life, and they make consistently good coffee and last very well. Looks like a solid deal if you need one!

I also think drip coffee tastes far better than the k-cups do and the reusable filter on these make them plenty simple to use quickly.
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Been using Cuisanart coffee makers for almost my whole life, and they make consistently good coffee and last very well. Looks like a solid deal if you need one!

I also think drip coffee tastes far better than the k-cups do and the reusable filter on these make them plenty simple to use quickly.
I agree to a point , I like drip coffee too but I also like the idea of maybe having a different coffee when I want with k-cups

Guess I prefer drip because if I want more then one cup I can just pour another
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Would a Cuisinart metal vacuum carafe of the same capacity fit in this? Why did they stop making those btw? Metal doesn't shatter and keeps coffee warm longer w/o the need for the heating element to stay on in the base, which wastes power and makes the coffee taste bad. Did people miss being able to see the coffee, just to make sure it wasn't orange juice or milk?
Rather sure it would not fit.

I suggest you find a refurb at about this price at Walmart or elsewhere. I would never do glass again. Far too easy to break the glass. The vacuum also keeps it hot a lot longer and nothing the kids can easily touch and get hurt. I have two vacuum coffee makers and I love them. The first one I did what you ask about. It did not work till I removed part of the coffee maker then the coffee maker did not stop to steal a drink. It was also difficult to get it in and out of place. By the way seems to me the 10 cup vacuum is close to 12 cups. Perhaps 11.

My refurb looked brand new and I love it. Very much like this one.

Even if it fit it would heat up the stainless steel and make it hot. The water is heated under the carte. That has not been a huge problem for us on the one we used before I bought the refurb to replace it.
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Rather sure it would not fit.

I suggest you find a refurb at about this price at Walmart or elsewhere. I would never do glass again. Far too easy to break the glass. The vacuum also keeps it hot a lot longer and nothing the kids can easily touch and get hurt. I have two vacuum coffee makers and I love them. The first one I did what you ask about. It did not work till I removed part of the coffee maker then the coffee maker did not stop to steal a drink. It was also difficult to get it in and out of place. By the way seems to me the 10 cup vacuum is close to 12 cups. Perhaps 11.

My refurb looked brand new and I love it. Very much like this one.

Even if it fit it would heat up the stainless steel and make it hot. The water is heated under the carte. That has not been a huge problem for us on the one we used before I bought the refurb to replace it.
Both of our metal carafe-based Cuisinarts stopped working a while back. I was able to fix one of them by using the good parts from each plus a thermal fuse and silicone tubing I bought online. We liked the thermal carafe too much to just throw them away.
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Good price, I think these are normally around $60. Been using the programable model for a couple of years now, don't have any complaints.
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