Pick out your favorite beans and easily grind and brew them into a delicious cup of joe with this automatic Cuisinart coffeemaker. The thermal stainless-steel carafe keeps your coffee warm, so you wont have to brew another pot if you want another cup....more
With its sleek brushed metal body and black trim, the Cuisinart DGB-650BC programmable 10-cup coffee maker brings added sophistication to your kitchen counter. This programmable coffee maker features a built-in grinder for perfect brewing.
Capacity: 10 cups
Finish: Brushed metal and black trim
Built-in coffee-bean grinder
1- to 4-cup setting
Thermal stainless-steel carafe
Grind-off option for pre-ground coffee
Includes goldtone permanent filter and charcoal water filter
Dimensions: 12 inches x 9.5 inches x 17.5 inches
3 year Limited Manufacturer
Auto Shut Off
Cups Per Brew
Programmable Clock or Timer
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So disappointed. Owned the earlier model of this coffeemaker. Had to get a new one when it wouldn't brew the entire amount of water anymore. Although it's nice to have the full pot brew all at once, and have a piping hot cup of good coffee, the construction of the Cuisinart DGB-650BC leaves much to be desired. The pot gets hung up on the brew basket when you try to remove it from the coffeemaker. (Take the brew basket out first to prevent this.) The brew basket door opens and closes very slowly like it's got a hydraulic system. (Old model sprang open and pushed closed very easily.) The grinder and its top are difficult to get situated properly inside the coffeemaker without a lot of fumbling. And the exterior is a cheap-looking "brushed metal" plastic. Not what I expected from a Cuisinart or for the money I spent. Concerned about how long this one will last because of the inferior construction. Will the little spring on the bottom of the brew basket break off? Will the brew basket door break? Will not buy this model again.
This is a fairly easy to use coffee maker. Make sure to clean out the grinding area with each refill of beans; I thought the clean out area was under the chute where the beans go down, but it is actually near to the front of the hopper and the door flips up to clean it. This led to a small malfunction of the grind operation, but we are back on track. I wish the thermal pot was a bit more thermal, our last regular Cuisinart brewer had an awesome thermal pot which kept coffee hot for hours. I would switch them out if the size were compatible. Overall, we are happy with the machine and we would buy it again,
How did the color on site compare with the actual product? exactly
Please tell us about the quality of the product. built very well, seems to be very sturdy
How accurate was the on site description of the product? description was spot on
This is my second Cuisinart Grind-and-Brew Automatic Coffee Maker. I like the newer design for looks, although it is more difficult for me to fill with water - I'm a bit short and have to stand on my tippy-toes to fill it and then look at the side-see-through to know when it is full. With my old one I knew it was full when I could see the water. (Still needed tippy-toes, but could see the water level easier.)
My only complaint about this coffee maker is that when I make multiple pots of coffee, I have to clean and thoroughly dry the coffee bean grinder cup before starting the second pot. Actually, I have a separate grinder for those times. Now, with using my grinder cup from my old pot, I can get two pots before cleaning and drying the grinder. Also, my old pot is identical, so I have two carafes!
How did the color on site compare with the actual product? It is silver and black - as expected.
Please tell us about the quality of the product. After a couple of weeks of use, I like most everything about it.
How accurate was the on site description of the product? Totally correct.
This is a really nice looking coffee maker, and it really does make great coffee. It sounds like a space craft taking off when it grinds the coffee, but the noise level isn't obnoxious. The part that drives me nuts is that it's a total pain to clean. Unlike a normal coffee maker you don't just dump out the filter and rinse it. You also have to clean the filter lid and dry it, and the grinder needs to be cleaned and dried as well. That may not sound like such a big deal, but since the grinder gets a lot of steam in it during the brewing cycle, the fine coffee grounds end up cemented to the sides of the grinder pod. Also, the filter lid is made of several pieces, so it never feels like you get it really clean. Finally the carafe...It does a good job of keeping things hot. However the opening is too small to get your hand inside, so it's difficult to clean it properly. Also the pouring mechanism includes a ball valve. The benefit of that is that the ball seals the carafe when it's standing upright, and it pours without having to open the lid. The down side is that it pours REALLY slowly. Also, to get the last cup out, you have to completely remove the lid and basically turn the carafe upside down.
How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Nearly identical
Please tell us about the quality of the product. Well made, but poorly designed - a total pain to use
How accurate was the on site description of the product? Very accurate
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