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Breville Precision Brewer Thermal Coffee Maker, 60 oz. Brushed Stainless Steel, BDC450BSS

Original price was: $329.95.Current price is: $299.95.

  • Breville Precision Brewer Thermal Coffee Maker in brushed stainless steel
  • Programmable and thermal coffee maker
  • Drip coffee machine with paper filter
  • Modern style, suitable for home use
  • Includes accessories such as filters, thermal carafe, measuring spoon
  • Fully automatic operation mode
  • Voltage: 110-120 volts
  • Item weight: 3.15 pounds
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Buying Guide: Breville Precision Brewer Thermal Coffee Maker

Product Overview

The Breville Precision Brewer Thermal Coffee Maker is a high-quality coffee machine designed for home use. With its modern style, durable brushed stainless steel construction, and programmable features, this coffee maker offers an exceptional brewing experience.

Key Features

  • Brand: Breville
  • Color: Brushed Stainless Steel
  • Product Dimensions: 9″D x 14″W x 16″H
  • Special Feature: Programmable, Thermal, Jug
  • Coffee Maker Type: Drip Coffee Machine
  • Filter Type: Paper
  • Style: Modern
  • Specific Uses For Product: Home
  • Included Components: Flat bottom basket filter paper pack (10 pieces), Mesh basket filter, Thermal Carafe, Cone filter basket insert, Water hardness test strip, Measuring Spoon
  • Operation Mode: Fully Automatic
  • Voltage: 110-120 Volts
  • Model Name: Precision Brewer Thermal
  • Number of Items: 1
  • Human Interface Input: Buttons
  • Package Type: Standard Packaging
  • Item Weight: 3.15 pounds
  • Manufacturer: Breville
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Item model number: BDC450BSS1BUS1
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Date First Available: October 30, 2017

Buying Guide

Step 1: Determine Your Brewing Needs

Consider your coffee preferences and brewing requirements. The Breville Precision Brewer Thermal Coffee Maker is perfect for individuals who enjoy a customizable brewing experience with precision control over temperature, bloom time, and flow rate.

Step 2: Assess Kitchen Space

Check the product dimensions (9″D x 14″W x 16″H) to ensure it fits your available kitchen space. Leave enough clearance around the coffee maker for convenient operation and maintenance.

Step 3: Evaluate Features

Review the key features of the Breville Precision Brewer Thermal Coffee Maker, such as programmability, thermal jug, and drip coffee machine type. These features offer convenience, temperature retention, and easy cleaning.

Step 4: Filter Preference

Consider the filter type. The Breville Precision Brewer uses paper filters, which produce a clean and smooth coffee flavor. Ensure you have a supply of paper filters for ongoing use.

Step 5: Personal Style

Take into account the modern style and design of the coffee maker. The brushed stainless steel finish adds a touch of elegance to any kitchen decor.

Step 6: Consider Home Use

Confirm that the coffee maker is suitable for home use. With its specific use for home, the Breville Precision Brewer Thermal Coffee Maker is designed to meet the brewing needs of households.

Step 7: Package Contents

Ensure you are aware of the included components, such as the filter paper pack, mesh basket filter, thermal carafe, cone filter basket insert, water hardness test strip, and measuring spoon. These accessories enhance your brewing experience.

Step 8: Voltage Compatibility

Check the voltage requirements (110-120 Volts) to ensure compatibility with your home electrical system.

Step 9: Warranty and Customer Support

Research the manufacturer, Breville, and ascertain their reputation for quality and customer service. Consider warranty information and available support channels.

Conclusion

The Breville Precision Brewer Thermal Coffee Maker offers precise brewing control, thermal jug, and a stylish design, making it an ideal choice for coffee enthusiasts looking to enjoy a customized and flavorful cup of coffee at home.

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Specification: Breville Precision Brewer Thermal Coffee Maker, 60 oz. Brushed Stainless Steel, BDC450BSS

Brand

Breville

Color

Product Dimensions

9"D x 14"W x 16"H

Special Feature

Jug, Programmable, Thermal

Coffee Maker Type

Drip Coffee Machine

Filter Type

Paper

Style

Modern

Specific Uses For Product

Home

Included Components

Flat bottom basket filter paper pack (10 pieces), Mesh basket filter, Thermal Carafe, Cone filter basket insert, Water hardness test strip, Measuring Spoon

Operation Mode

Fully Automatic

Voltage

110120 Volts

Model Name

Precision Brewer Thermal

Number of Items

1

Human Interface Input

Buttons

Package Type

Standard Packaging

Item Weight

3.15 pounds

Manufacturer

Breville

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

BDC450BSS1BUS1

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

October 30, 2017

5 reviews for Breville Precision Brewer Thermal Coffee Maker, 60 oz. Brushed Stainless Steel, BDC450BSS

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  1. MR

    The Breville Precision Brewer Thermal Coffee Maker is excellent! I like a very strong cup of coffee, so I was a little worried that a coffee maker that brews as quickly as this does wouldn’t turn out a strong cup. It definitely delivers. I’ve used both the My Brew and Gold settings, and I like both. Even though I like very strong coffee, I find that I don’t need to use as many scoops as the instructions tell you to. (The scoop is included.) I like that I can fit my hand inside the carafe to clean it. One thing that bothers me is that the water tank isn’t completely empty after the brew cycle, and it’s not detachable. I’d have to unplug the whole machine, and drain it into the sink every time I use it, but I don’t have time to do that every day. Also, the clock resets every time you unplug it. I like that it’s not oversized, even though it has a 60 oz. capacity. I read some reviews that said you need a tamp mat because of the vibration against your counter. Mine rests on a laminate countertop, and does not vibrate enough to necessitate a tamp mat. It’s not overly noisy. I like the signal that goes off to let you know it’s finished brewing. There are two volume settings for that, or you can turn it off. There’s no drip from the carafe’s spout after you pour your coffee, but there is a drip from under the filter basket when you remove the carafe, which is common in my experience. The instructions that come with it are very thorough and easy to understand. There’s supposed to be a test strip to test the hardness of your water. That was missing from my box, and I’m still waiting to receive it from Breville. Apparently, once you set the level of hardness of your water, the machine lets you know when it’s time to de-scale, which I think is a great feature. I appreciate that there’s no filter I have to replace regularly. Overall, I think this coffee maker is 100% worth the splurge.

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  2. Walter R

    Si pudiera, la devolverĂ­a de inmediato. Estaba entre esta y la Moccamaster. ComprĂ© esta máquina al ver los reviews en youtube y acá. Por favor, vayan por una moccamaster, por algo las cafeterĂ­as de especialidad de TODO EL MUNDO las ocupan. Gran error cometĂ­ al comprar esta Breville… La presiĂłn del agua/vapor que genera la configuraciĂłn “gold” es tan fuerte que dobla el filtro de papel sobre la cama de cafĂ© en AL MENOS 8 de 10 veces. Tengo que tener un limpia pipa de metal y una linterna al lado de una máquina de 8000 pesos para hacer cafĂ©, para cuando el vapor doble el filtro y yo lo pueda corregir. Eso implica que si no estoy poniendo atenciĂłn, en varias ocasiones queda un cafĂ© “a medias” muy aguado… eso implica cafĂ© $$$ y filtros $ que se van directo a la basura.

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  3. idateacher2

    Please note this review only reflects the unboxing, two pots of coffee, and trying the 1 cup mode. I am disappointed with this machine overall. Initial setting you are supposed to do a litmus-type test to determine how hard your water is and then set it accordingly. Mine did not come with the litmus like stick, so just left it at the default. Then you have to flush it. Setting this thing is done very differently than any of my prior pots, and although not terribly difficult it for sure is not intuitive either. When I did the initial flush, less than 2/3 of the water went through. It appears from the paperwork that it should have emptied the full 60 ounces of water. I ran the rest through using the fast cycle. I then set to program it so my coffee would be ready when I woke up. Again, not intuitive. You have set the basket or cone setting, somewhere in there be sure to set it to “gold cup” or fast or whatever your choice is, set the clock and finish with pushing a very small button that designates that the auto program is turned on. Once you hit this button then you can set the time for the pot to go off. Again, not intuitive, but once you get used to navigating the menus it is not hard.

    Pot did go off at the right time. I didn’t realize it was still set to fast, and I assume it is because that is what I put it on the evening before to finish flushing the water. I used the recommended amount of coffee which was ground fresh when I set it up. The coffee was terrible. Now in defense of the pot, I clearly need to simply adjust how much coffee I use, as either the recommended amount was just too much or maybe just too much for the fast setting. That can be fixed though. The one positive is that it truly brewed 60 ounces in the 7 minutes or so as promised. That was awesome given I woke up too early so it started literally the minute I went to go check it. So didn’t have to wait. When brewing it flashes brewing. When finished it starts a timer counting up. 2nd pot- used less grounds and the gold cup mode. Much better. Not $300 better, but a very good cup of coffee.

    The controls for this and the lcd screen all sit on the left side in the rear area. This makes it difficult to read the settings since the font is small and not located closer to the user. I keep my pot on a clear tray so it is easy enough to slide out to make it easier to read, but it is the first pot where I couldn’t get to the settings and such very easily. Odd. I am sure there is a good reason for that, but it is irritating to use as a result.

    Coffee temp was fine and the carafe did hold it plenty hot enough for the hour or so we kept pouring from it. I have not used it enough yet to know if it will be consistent or perhaps have problems with temperature day in and day out. Second morning pot came out better using the Gold mode and my normal amount of grounds- but it is just an ordinary cup of coffee. Nothing that would warrant buying this pot if you are buying it for a premium cup of java. It is fast though and that might be reason enough alone to keep the pot. If you are an iced coffee maker this is a mode for that and I could see the convenience factor being useful, albeit it still takes 10 hours.

    I LOVE the 1 cup mode! I was Ok with paying so much in large part for this option. I can’t stand Keurig coffee, but we keep one due to needing a quick fix at times. I made 1 mug full- now mugs are all different sizes obviously, but the one I used is 16 ounces. Since you get to measure your own ground coffee you get to decide how much to use not to mention save the money on the pods. I timed it- cold filtered water in (use the cup you will drink from to measure out what you need), grounds in the cone lined with a paper filter, setting put to the “cone” instead of the basket, and finally the “fast” setting. 31/2 minutes and I had coffee and it far exceeded anything that came out of a Keurig. Other reviewers mentioned it made a mess, consequently, I flipped over one of my bowls to use as a platform to get the mug close to the dispursement of the coffee. My FIesta mug is fairly wide on top as well, but no mess at all. I would have to do the math, but the savings on not replacing a Keurig and just pod savings alone will over time help to justify the price of this pot not to mention free up counter-space.

    Now for some reason I thought when I bought this it had a grind feature. Hence, I thought I could put in whole beans and it will grind fresh for me. Wow, the disappointment- but my fault as I didn’t buy the model I thought I was buying. But hey, it is here now so giving it a try. IF it delivers amazing coffee once I figure it out ,I will just use my dedicated grinder. Not a huge deal, but I wish it had that feature.

    Now that I have used it a few days I have decided to keep it. Not because it is the end-all-be-all for making coffee, but because it is wicked fast. This morning we polished off pot number 1 and decided to make a second right before leaving for work- it is so fast that this is not a problem at all.I can’t go back to a regular pot now due to how fast this thing is. I also think part of the coffee issue is straight forwrd- we normally use a bold bean, but now this pot brings out more of the different notes and I am getting more of that dark roast flavor. Too strong, so will switch to other roasts and I suspect it will then be a beautiful cup of coffee. If not, it will still be a wicked fast cup of coffee!

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  4. Roger Feighney

    Love the HOT coffee

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  5. Norma Juarez

    Es perfecta tanto para una taza como para toda una jarra. Me encantó, tiene el tamaño justo y luce genial en la cocina

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    Breville Precision Brewer Thermal Coffee Maker, 60 oz. Brushed Stainless Steel, BDC450BSS
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