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OXO has OXO BREW 8-Cup Coffee Maker (Stainless Steel) on sale for $118.99 w/ promo code OXO15. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Brews gold-standard coffee whether you're making one cup or a full pot
  • BetterBrew precision controls temperature and brew cycles to meet an SCA-certified cup of coffee
  • Single-serve capability with optional brew basket insert to optimize flavor
  • Rainmaker shower head evenly distributes water over grounds
  • Double-wall, vacuum-insulated thermal carafe with brew-through, pour-through carafe lid
  • Removable well cover elevates short mugs or makes room for tall mugs
  • Features convenient cleaning mode
  • Auto shut off
  • Sized to fit under cabinets

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Been waiting for this coffee maker to go on sale and it finally has. This is not the lowest price ever, but it is $5 from it. Free Shipping from all stores.

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Switch between batch brew and single cups at the flip of a switch with the Oxo Brew 8 Cup Coffee Maker! A successor to the well-loved 9 cup brewer, the Oxo 8 cup is built to brew at the right time and temperature for SCA's Gold Cup certification. Features like a wide spray arm, 40-ounce capacity, and auto drip stop make the 8 Cup easy to live with for those early mornings. Maintenance is equally easy with a wide mouth carafe and a dedicated cleaning program. Best of all, the brewer's unique single cup setting lets you brew single cups or travel mugs using regular Kalita Wave filters.

Oxo - $139.99, 15% off with coupon code OXO15 = 118.99
(thanks personmans)
additional 5% Cash Back when using Chase Rewards via Paypal
https://www.oxo.com/categories/co...maker.html

Amazon - $139.97 +10% back if you use an Amazon Prime credit card.
https://smile.amazon.com/OXO-Cup-...redirect=1

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Target - $139.99 +5% off with Target Red Card
https://www.target.com/p/oxo-brew...A-80188204
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mattawan asked this question on 11-22-2021 at 04:23 PM
11-22-2021 at 04:23 PM
No, regular 8-12 cup flat bottom filters
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You have no clue what you're talking about. You aren't a snob given your comments. You've said a lot of things but none are relevant to why this machine is far superior to a cheap one. The most expensive Krups coffee maker isn't SCAA certified and I doubt you owned the Braun one that is.

Cheap coffee makers do not get as hot as this. They do not have remotely close to the same shower head. They do not brew nearly as fast. The SCAA has explicit requirements for brew time to certify coffee makers. The cheap ones don't do it.

I doubt the beans you're using are quality, but to make such ignorant comments is laughable.

To people who care: quality for this is on par with Bonavita but the machine is better made and more durable. Great if you need to make a large pot that will produce a quality cup for multiple people.
I had the Bonavita 5 cup version that was great for years but finally replaced it with this one. The Bonavita had plastic parts that broke during cleaning. I prefer this Oxo but both were great for an auto drip coffee maker. I like the cleaning mode of this maker. My only complaint with the Oxo is the stand under the dripper. You can have it flat to fit the pot or flip it to give you 3/4" for a tall mug. Anything shorter than a tall mug leaves too much room and you get some splashing from drips. I found this 3d print and it fits perfectly in the base, just adjust the height to fit your mugs.

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4789906
Specifically a few things.
1) the rainfall showerhead keeps water streaming evenly over all the beans.

2) Precision heating elements make the water exit at very specifically controlled temperature.

3) General design allows the water to steep for a very specifically controlled time.

Not to mention a 4) preprogrammed ability to "bloom" of the grounds and wetting of the filter.

This yields for more even extraction of coffee from the beans at their expected "sweet spot."

Of course you could try to dial it in even more which is what the clover machines were doing.

It can be a night and day difference with regular beans and not just for coffee snobs. It's like stepping up from the $6-$8 bottle of wine to the $15-$30 bottles.

You really don't know until you've tried it.

Some people can't tell or don't care for the difference between $6 wine and $30. To those people, keep calm and carry on!

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So I bought this and the Bonavita 1901TS from Amazon for $101.

Which one should I keep?
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I had the Bonavita 5 cup version that was great for years but finally replaced it with this one. The Bonavita had plastic parts that broke during cleaning. I prefer this Oxo but both were great for an auto drip coffee maker. I like the cleaning mode of this maker. My only complaint with the Oxo is the stand under the dripper. You can have it flat to fit the pot or flip it to give you 3/4" for a tall mug. Anything shorter than a tall mug leaves too much room and you get some splashing from drips. I found this 3d print and it fits perfectly in the base, just adjust the height to fit your mugs.

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4789906
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So I bought this and the Bonavita 1901TS from Amazon for $101.

Which one should I keep?
I used to use the Bonavita 5 cup in my single days for many years and enjoyed it a lot; it really does make a good cup and less is sometime's more in terms of simplicity to use! However, I did not like the open carafe while brewing, that would be my only complaint. I've been using the Breville Precision Brewer now for a couple years (got it for a lot cheaper than the $300 asking price today), and I also thought it made an almost as good cup, but has the increased capacity for my new married life - however it is BIG and the carafe has ceased to keep coffee warm after two years of use.. and you cannot buy a replacement anywhere.. frustrating!


This one I cannot speak to personally as I haven't used it yet, but I'm excited about a slightly smaller coffee maker than the Breville, a higher than 5 cup capacity of my old Bonavita, and I have read good things about it in reviews. Also the single cup option appears easy and will be used often in my house


In my option (again, having not used this one yet), I would say keep the Bonavita to save a few bucks if you don't mind the open carafe while brewing design, and a slightly reduced capacity pot. They will both likely give an equally tasty brew.


Here is a link to a comparison with The Bonavita Connoisseur 8 cup:


https://youtu.be/pxghrNAFt48
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I used to use the Bonavita 5 cup in my single days for many years and enjoyed it a lot; it really does make a good cup and less is someone's more in terms of simplicity to use! However, I did not like the open carafe while brewing, that would be my only complaint. I've been using the Breville Precision Brewer now for a couple years (got it for a lot cheaper than the $300 asking price today), and I also thought it made an almost as good cup, but has the increased capacity for my new married life - however it is BIG and the carafe has ceased to keep coffee warm after two years of use.. and you cannot buy a replacement anywhere.. frustrating!


This one I cannot speak to personally as I haven't used it yet, but I'm excited about a slightly smaller coffee maker than the Breville, a higher than 5 cup capacity of my old Bonavita, and I have read good things about it in reviews. Also the single cup option appears easy and will be used often in my house


In my option (again, having not used this one yet), I would say keep the Bonavita to save a few bucks if you don't mind the open carafe while brewing design, and a slightly reduced capacity pot. They will both likely give an equally tasty brew.


Here is a link to a comparison with The Bonavita Connoisseur 8 cup:


https://youtu.be/pxghrNAFt48
I also love my 5 cup Bonavita. My wife and I each drink a cup per day. I don't find them durable at all and they need replacing evey 3 years even when descaled but for $48-55 on Amazon warehouse, not a bad deal.
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The wide opening on the carafe is huge plus for cleaning. Many of the double walled steel carafes have a narrow opening, making it a huge pain for cleaning. I'm have no experience with this machine in terms coffee brewing, but the Oxo products I've used have been durable and worked well.
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Any better options for Black Friday?
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Not sure if anyone knew and just a fyi but this was on treasuretruck a few days ago for $129
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What is the difference between this $140 coffee maker and $20 coffee maker, except the metal carafe?
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What is the difference between this $140 coffee maker and $20 coffee maker, except the metal carafe?
The temperature it makes coffee is hotter. Also it makes coffee faster
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What is the difference between this $140 coffee maker and $20 coffee maker, except the metal carafe?
Has a built in blooming cycle, brews at the SCA gold cup certified temperature and time for proper extraction. I don't know what $20 coffee maker you're referring to, but the single cup pour over option and higher quality components also. I don't think I've ever had good coffee out of a $20 brewer, I love coffee and don't cover up the flavor with other flavors or creamers.
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Not sure if anyone knew and just a fyi but this was on treasuretruck a few days ago for $129
I've never paid attention to the treasure truck.. I used to be an actual truck that you had to be on location for, is that not the case anymore? I may have missed it if so, darn!
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I've never paid attention to the treasure truck.. I used to be an actual truck that you had to be on location for, is that not the case anymore? I may have missed it if so, darn!
Treasuretruck from what I know is just another deal on random stuff Amazon picks. They send you a text with a link and you just click on it which takes to their treasuretruck section with the deal of the day.
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