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Technivorm Moccamaster 10-Cup Coffee Maker With Thermal Carafe $239.95

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America's Test Kitchen has the Technivorm Moccamaster 10-Cup Coffee Maker, their highest rated coffee maker, on sale today only. Shipping is free.

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Solid deal but I hear that the glass carafe is the way to go.
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Solid deal but I hear that the glass carafe is the way to go.
I think both have their pros and cons. Neither are great for holding coffee long term. For people actually interested in something like this a warmer plate under the glass carafe is a nonstarter. Both sides of the debate would be happier if they brewed and then transferred into a vacuum container.
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FFS please put a price somewhere.
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Great coffemaker but if you need one that is programmable you'll need to look elsewhere.
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I think both have their pros and cons. Neither are great for holding coffee long term. For people actually interested in something like this a warmer plate under the glass carafe is a nonstarter. Both sides of the debate would be happier if they brewed and then transferred into a vacuum container.

Dang it, I went back to the deal posted last week several times and resisted.
Then you give me another deal, cheaper, with no tax...…

Thanks for the post, I ordered mine.

I will say I asked a friend who is some what of a coffee snob, and he says his Moccamaster is his daily use.
Too much of a pain to cleanup his industrial espresso maker everyday.
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Could the OP please update the subject line to include the price?
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Water Capacity: 40 oz
That seems really small - I understand a 'cup' is 4 ounces, so this is technically a 10 cup maker as it says, but in reality if you use a normal sized 10 ounce or so mug this is 4 cups of coffee max. At over $230 the price should be in the post OP. Carafe gets 1 star review, according to the seller's site, so I'd assume that means the carafe itself is trash.
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Water Capacity: 40 oz
That seems really small - I understand a 'cup' is 4 ounces, so this is technically a 10 cup maker as it says, but in reality if you use a normal sized 10 ounce or so mug this is 4 cups of coffee max. At over $230 the price should be in the post OP. Carafe gets 1 star review, according to the seller's site, so I'd assume that means the carafe itself is trash.
Oh man, I thought cups of coffee were 6oz lol
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Oh man, I thought cups of coffee were 6oz lol
HAHAHAHA! You made a funny! A mug of coffee is normally 11 oz., so, like I said, this machine will make less than 4 normal sized mugs of coffee, has a carafe rated as junk, and costs over $230 on 'sale'.
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This is a great coffeemaker - the end product is somewhere between stovetop mokapot and Chemex/pourover.

It makes 40oz of coffee, which is perfect for my wife and I to fill our insulated coffee thermoses before work.

As this is not designed for all-day drinking from one pot, the carafe is good and holds heat well for immediate drinking, especially if you prewarm it and replace the brew-through lid with the included gasketed lid.

I am not a fan of coffee that has been sitting out all day, so this is great for us - the lack of timer is a non-issue, as I hooked it up to a spare smart plug.

Overall, I highly recommend if you want 1) good-to-great brewing with 2) higher volume and 3) without the wait time of grinding, tamping, and pulling 4-6 shots of espresso
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This 20% off at Williams-Sonoma on some of the Moccamaster coffee makers, if you're looking for other models.

https://www.williams-sonoma.com/s...occamaster

I have the basic 10-Cup model w/ the glass carafe, w/o the automatic drip-stop, and I've been really tempted to buy one w/ it for convenience... but that's just it... it'd be only for convenience since there is nothing wrong w/ the one I've got and it makes great coffee. I do wish it was a 12 cups though.
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I really wanted one of these once upon a time. But settled on the $50 dollar morning save one, that look sort of the same. Is a pour over as well. I'm sure this is like a art piece coffee maker. Bit I couldn't justify the 190 dollar premium. Plus the other one has served its purpose for $50 for last 4 months.
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i have this, and my carafe keeps coffee hot for almost 5hrs, and warm for 8hrs. it works well for me. what is the issue other folks have with the carafe?
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i have this, and my carafe keeps coffee hot for almost 5hrs, and warm for 8hrs. it works well for me. what is the issue other folks have with the carafe?
It changes the flavor of the coffee and renders it not as smooth when compared to the glass w/ hotplate is the general consensus.
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