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Cuisinart DGB-700BC 12-cup Grind & Brew Automatic Coffeemaker

by Cuisinart
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ITEM#: 12029181



  • Enhance your kitchen decor with a 12-cup automatic coffeemaker
  • Appliance boasts built-in burr grinder that grinds beans before brewing
  • Kitchen accessory features 8-ounce bean hopper, auto shutoff, and water filter
  • Brew-pause function
  • Strength selector and grind control fine-tune intensity and volume
  • Easily brew up to 12 cups of great-tasting coffee with this 24-hour fully programmable coffeemaker
  • Unit comes equipped with a built-in burr grinder, which automatically grinds beans right before brewing
  • Grind-control function makes it easy to program the amount of coffee to grind--from 2 to 12 cups
  • Strength selector allows for choosing from strong, medium, or mild coffee
  • Unit's bean hopper holds up to a half pound of beans and comes with a sealed lid to prevent moisture
  • Highlights include adjustable automatic shutoff (from zero to four hours)
  • Grind-off option
  • Integrated 2- to 4-cup feature
  • Goldtone commercial-style permanent filter and charcoal water filter to remove impurities
  • Brew-pause function for sneaking a cup midbrew

Specs

Features
Type Coffee Grinder, Drip
Assembly Assembled
Color Silver
Cups Per Brew 11-14 Cups
Product Features Adjustable Brew Strength, Auto Shut Off
Dimensions 10.65 X 8.45 X 16.25
Model Number DGB-700BC
Country of Origin China

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  • Most Recent

  • Great product

    As expected a great grinder and brewer combined

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  • Love it

    I use it daily and love fresh brewed coffee. I owned a coffee shop and still have beans roasted to suit me so this helps finish proper brewing. Its quiet initially but then gets louder as it gets used. I've noticed it does use what seems to be a lot of beans but maybe not because I make a full pot daily and fill it about every 6 days. I brew on strong also but that should only mean it brews more slowly over the ground beans. Not necessarily more beans. In any event, these only last about a year or so with me so I always keep a spare on hand. I love Cuisinart grind and brews and have had them since they started making them. They will definitely fix it if it breaks within warranty time and you send back.

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  • Good coffee maker.

    I really like being able to set timer and wake up to fresh brew every morning.

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  • Hated this coffee maker.

    Ended up returning it after two weeks.

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  • Michael

    I wish I had given the other bad reviews more weight. On the occasions when it worked it made the best coffee. However, this coffee maker had two serious problems that rendered completely worthless. Most of the time the grinder wouldn't intake beans, and therefore it would simply provide hot water. I have nothing against hot water, but it was not really what I was after. Second, the door holding the filter would open nearly every time I turned it on, so I had to stand to stand next to it to close the door repeatedly once I turned it on. Finally, it stopped working altogether. This coffee maker was such a disappointment, and a tremendous waste of money.

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  • Positive Review

    This Cuisinart Grind and Brew coffeemaker is everything I was looking for plus some. I bought it to replace a SAECO that was three times more expensive and required a bi-monthly coffee chute clean-out which lost my programmed auto brew times. I'm extremely pleased so far.

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  • Husband loved this gift

    I purchased this grinder/coffeemaker for my husband for father's day. He had been going to Starbucks almost daily, but now says the coffee from this machine is just as good. It is much easier than having a separate grinder and coffee maker. Great purchase for a coffee lover!

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  • As advertized

    There is nothing better than the smell of fresh-ground coffee in the morning. This machine works well. The coffee it makes is great! The only real problems we have are the price of coffee and our inability to find a brand that we love. One other little thing... the feet on the machine are rubber and make it hard to slide on the counter. It left black marks. I just stuck felt pads on them and it's great.

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  • Is everything it is advertised as.

    This replaces my 13 year old Cuisinart Grind and Brew that still is working fine. I liked the new design for the bean hopper. I am so arthritic that it was hard for me to take the grinder basket in it out to clean. My new one is wonderful I could not be happier with it.

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  • How to completely avoid coffee grins jamming...

    When I first bought this Cuisinart coffeemaker I quickly became frustrated, because it seem would frequently jam and require a manual cleaning out of grounds jammed in the shoot from the grinder to the basket. The metal door at the bottom of the slot was failing to open, or to open fully. Then, I made a discovery regarding a simply solution to that jamming problem! Since then I've never had another problem. When I got my machine the instructions said, “Line-up up the engraved arrow on the upper part of the coffee grinds basket cover with the arrow on the tab beneath the upper piece.” The instructions claimed that when the basket assembly was set up in that manner, it would automatically align the grinds dispensing and receiving holes, and the metal door at the bottom of the shoot would open, properly. NOT TRUE! It constantly misaligned, resulting in either very weak coffee of a failure to finish grinding due to the coffee grinds being jammed in the shoot. Following, are two simply things that I started doing, when installing the cleaned basket into the machine. Since doing these two things, I've never had another coffee grinds jam, weak coffee, or any other problems with this wonderful machine. 1. Always align the grinds basket so its handle is flipped to the front, and evenly aligned left to right. 2. Also, always align the engraved arrow on the top that's marked MOUNDRE and GRIND (MOUNDRE is French for grind) with the FRONT of the basket assembly, versus with the other arrow on the tab, beneath. Then, when in the closed position the top arrow points to the front (me). I make sure that it does not rotate off center by more than a little bit, when the assembly is pushed into the locked position.. Performing these two simple steps has guaranteed perfect functionality. No jams ever occur. When aligned in this manner the grinds always fall into the basket; instead becoming trapped and packed into the grinds shoot due to the metal door not opening properly. FYI, on another note, I've come to appreciate that fine coffee is like fine wine -- it improves with age. A FRESHLY MADE pot of coffee always -- no matter the brand of beans -- has a slightly bitter tang. Some people may like that tang, but I don't. My Cuisinart machine includes the tightly sealed thermos container, versus a clear glass pot. I've found that after fresh brewed coffee sits a day or more in the thermos, it becomes much more mellow and sweet, just as wine does when allowed to aerate for 12+ hours in an open carafe. Everyone I've told this to has at first thought my claim was BS, but after enjoying some or my 1-4 day old SWEET and FULL BODIED coffee, they've all agreed with my claim, and they now AGE their brewed coffee, too. This does not work if coffee is kept hot by a coffeemaker that has a heating pad beneath the pot. Clearly, heat and evaporation get the better of the situation, and that coffee becomes overly strong and bitter. Give my suggestion a go, if you have a carafe model. You'll then become convinced that my claim is valid -- I'm quite certain! CHUCK

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