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Cuisinart Coffee Maker, Single Serve 72-Ounce Reservoir Coffee Machine, Programmable Brewing & Hot Water Dispenser, Stainless Steel, SS-10P1,Silver

Original price was: $143.94.Current price is: $119.95.

  • Cuisinart Coffee Maker with 72-Ounce Reservoir
  • Programmable brewing and hot water dispenser
  • Stainless steel construction in silver color
  • Drip coffee machine with reusable filter
  • Special features: programmable, timer, water filter
  • Fully automatic operation mode
  • Includes instruction book and removable drip tray
  • Item weight: 9.9 pounds
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Buying Guide: Cuisinart Coffee Maker, Single Serve 72-Ounce Reservoir Coffee Machine

Introduction

When it comes to enjoying a delicious cup of coffee at home, the Cuisinart Coffee Maker is a fantastic choice. With its single-serve design, 72-ounce reservoir, programmable brewing, and hot water dispenser, this coffee machine offers convenience and versatility. This buying guide will help you understand the features and considerations to keep in mind when selecting the Cuisinart Coffee Maker SS-10P1 in silver.

Features

The Cuisinart Coffee Maker SS-10P1 has several key features that make it stand out:

  • Programmable brewing: With the ability to set the brewing time in advance, you can wake up to freshly brewed coffee every morning.
  • Hot water dispenser: In addition to brewing coffee, this machine can dispense hot water for making tea, hot chocolate, or other hot beverages.
  • 72-ounce reservoir: The large water reservoir eliminates the need for frequent refills, making it convenient for daily use.
  • Stainless steel construction: The durable stainless steel body adds an elegant touch to your kitchen countertop.
  • Reusable filter: The included reusable filter helps reduce waste and saves you money on disposable filters.

Considerations

Before making your purchase, consider the following:

  • Available space: Measure the available space on your countertop to ensure the coffee maker will fit comfortably.
  • Brewing capacity: If you plan on hosting larger gatherings or have a household with multiple coffee drinkers, consider a higher capacity coffee maker.
  • Desired features: Think about the features that are important to you, such as programmable brewing or a hot water dispenser, and make sure the SS-10P1 model meets your requirements.
  • Budget: Set a budget and find a Cuisinart Coffee Maker that fits within your price range.

Conclusion

The Cuisinart Coffee Maker SS-10P1 is an excellent choice for coffee lovers who value convenience and versatility. With its programmable brewing, hot water dispenser, and large reservoir, it provides a seamless coffee-making experience. Consider your space, capacity needs, desired features, and budget to ensure the SS-10P1 fits your requirements. Start your mornings right with the Cuisinart Coffee Maker SS-10P1!

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Specification: Cuisinart Coffee Maker, Single Serve 72-Ounce Reservoir Coffee Machine, Programmable Brewing & Hot Water Dispenser, Stainless Steel, SS-10P1,Silver

Brand

Cuisinart

Color

Product Dimensions

9.33"D x 11.03"W x 12.13"H

Special Feature

Programmable, Timer, Water Filter

Coffee Maker Type

Drip Coffee Machine

Filter Type

Reusable

Style

Standard

Specific Uses For Product

Coffee Maker

Included Components

SS-10 unit^72-oz water reservoir^Removable drip tray^instruction book

Operation Mode

Fully Automatic

Voltage

110

Model Name

Premium 72-Ounce

Number of Items

1

Human Interface Input

Buttons

Package Type

Standard Packaging

Unit Count

1.0 Count

Item Weight

9.9 pounds

Manufacturer

Cuisinart

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

SS-10P1

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

September 8, 2015

12 reviews for Cuisinart Coffee Maker, Single Serve 72-Ounce Reservoir Coffee Machine, Programmable Brewing & Hot Water Dispenser, Stainless Steel, SS-10P1,Silver

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  1. NewCatMom2023

    usage personnel

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  2. Daniela Y.

    Great delivery for an excellent product.

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  3. JujuRe

    Where do I begin! Overall buying experience was impeccable. Ordered the product and within 2 hours the item was at my door! Where does that happen at!! Secondly, anything by Cuisinart never fails. Ive purchased 2 coffee machines and each was about 90% of what I was looking for. Decided to scroll through Amazon and saw this particular product and immediately knew it was everything I needed… clean minimalist look, electronic menu window, varying cup sizes, travel cup capability, extra hot functionality, hot water option, automatic on/off option, and it was Cuisinart. Hands down best purchase thus far. For an avid coffee lover, I’m ecstatic!

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  4. Smoking Gun

    Tired of my Keurig needing to be reset everytime I had to descale. Tried a new Keurig but it leaked out of the bottom of machine immediately and I sent back. This one is hotter than my old Keurig and brews a nice cup. Most of the time it’s good. It has a nice screen and plenty of size options. I like the compartment for the reusable filter cup. Every so often, the water reservoir just doesn’t go on right (not like there’s but one way to put it on) and I end up with water everywhere (it leaks very quickly). I recommend keeping a tray under this machine and using a pitcher to fill it instead of taking it on and off. Toggling on every time is slightly annoying (you can adjust the time it stays on longer and turn off too). You can adjust heat also. The extra features got it to 4 stars.

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  5. Smoking Gun

    Very nice product. Build quality is good. Starts making coffee within seconds of pushing the start button. Can control the brew strength with 5 different settings. The only think I see wrong with this product is that the brew head does not disconnect from the device making it extremely difficult to clean. (see photos) You need to use Q tips and stick a rag down into the pod holder area to clean out the coffee gunk. I think it could be corrected with just a couple of screws that would let the pod holder slide out of the machine so it can be hand washed.

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  6. Nemelo

    ~ I was brewing my coffee via a small pot and constantly stirring it. 🙄
    ~ I got tired of this old fashion method! 😳
    ~ The Cusinart coffee maker arrived today, I cleaned it, popped in a K-cup and enjoyed two cups of decaf coffee. 😁
    ~ It was quick to make and I enjoyed two perfect 8oz cups of coffee!!! 💯❤️
    ~ The coffee maker arrived one day than expected! ✨
    ~ Thank you!! 🧡🧡🧡

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  7. NewCatMom2023

    Cuisinart is a great product the the Company has very good customer / warranty service. The single serve coffee makers are easy to use. The greatest advantage is that they do not need time to preheat so you get your cup of coffee fast.

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  8. Amazon Customer

    La cafetera al cien, no he tenido fallas, pero anteriormente mi tía adquirió el mismo artículo y si venía incluido el vaso con rejilla, en esta no, estuvo más cara y lo tuve que adquirir por aparte. No me gustó eso, hubiera preferido otras que ya había visto, sin embargo funciona bien

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  9. Mia Z. Edwards

    When I unpackaged the coffeemaker, I thought the clear plastic piece and white tablet-like thing inside the water reservoir were just packing materials. These parts were not identified in the manual or anywhere, and because I wasn’t sure if they should be in my water for brewing, I took them out of the reservoir and was prepared to throw them in the trash. Then my coffeemaker wouldn’t work (it kept saying Not Ready Add Water). After reading an article online, I realized those unidentified parts are actually crucial for the machine to work! The white tablet is the water sensor that tells the machine whether there is enough water in the reservoir. If this were labelled or explained somewhere in the manual or quick reference instructions, that would save people like me from throwing away the sensor, thinking it’s just some piece of useless plastic for packaging. Once I put the sensor back in, everything works as expected and it seems like a good single-serve coffeemaker!

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  10. Nemelo

    The flavor is much better. It brews 12 cups hot! I don’t have to add water to make up the difference. I always drink a large cup. It accepts any K-Cup you purchase. The Keurig always produced an error on certain brands and refused to brew. It’s not as fast as the Keurig. But…Good things sometimes take time! Happy customer. Cuisinart absolutely rocks! Now, if it lasts without falling apart or malfunctioning over a period of at least 5 years, Great! That’s $30.00 per year or $2.50 per month. 🙂

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  11. Kathy

    My old simple Keurig died and I intended to replace it with the same model, but coffee makers have evolved so much that I couldn’t find a simple one. I did some research and decided on this Cuisinart model. It has a 72 ounce separate water reservoir that can be washed and re-filled instead of having to pour water into the unit every day. The water lasts 3-4 days before I need to refill it. So the operation for getting my cup of coffee is simple: 1. Add K-cup; 2. Close lid; and 3. Push BREW. I have already pre-selected the size of my cup (12 oz) so that will always be the same until I change it. It starts brewing immediately and is done in just 2-3 minutes. There is a setting for Hotter, but I like it the temperature to drink right away. If I wanted to use a travel mug the grill comes off easily accommodate the taller size. Then I might use the Hotter setting for that. It shuts itself off and can be programmed to start at a given time. I love everything about this coffee maker, which was cheaper than comparable models of other brands. I have other Cuisinart appliances and I’ve never been disappointed.

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  12. Richard Taft

    **** DO NOT BUY, THIS IS JUNK ****

    I must say I had very high hopes for this. I looked it up in consumer reports, and they thought quite highly of it. The reviews here mostly dealt with how it sounded. I bought it thinking I was getting a top-of-the-line product. Unfortunately, I was mistaken.

    I will say that the reservoir capacity is great for a family of 4 Coffee drinkers. Being mounted on the side makes it easy to access and fill. There is a “Built in Filter” that is supposed to filter the water before it enters the machine. Not going to happen…. The filter is suspended over the exit of the reservoir by about 1/8 inch, so there is nothing forcing the water to actually go through the filer, and instead is sucked under it. So basically, you can think of the filter as like a tea bag sitting in a cup. Probably the poorest design I have ever seen, but a great way to sell expensive filters. There is also a plastic strainer in the port that the reservoir feeds into. However, you can’t remove this strainer to clean it without disassembling the bottom of the unit.

    The ability for you to use larger than standard coffee cups is nice, but if it was just a little bit taller, I could put in a travel mug. The K-Cup itself is really not meant for brewing more than 8oz of coffee. So, if your also a big coffee cup drinker, you will go through lots of them.

    There is a water flow device in the unit that monitors the flow of water during the Brew cycle. This combined with a timer decides when to run the Descale process, it also compensates for a slower water flow as the unit ages. There is a well-documented procedure on how to descale, but pressing the hot water and rinse buttons exactly at the same time can be tricky. if they are not pressed at exactly the same time the descale process won’t run and the indication of the need to descale will not go out. Allowing for a little delay in pressing one then the other would be a great improvident in this regard.

    There is a number of setting you can configure, including your water temperature. You get “Hot” or “XHOT” Both setting are well below what I would consider the proper temperature for a cup of coffee or especially Tea.

    Speaking of Tea, there is a little refillable insert included, and stored in the side of the unit. This could be used to make a cup of any ground coffee or lose tea you might care to make. While this little cup has been available for quite some time, it’s good to not only see it included, but having a proper storage space on the unit itself.

    I would avoid using K-Cups that have anything in them besides coffee or Tea, especially things like cappuccino or hot chocolate. There are all kinds of spaces and crevices where things like this could get into and turn moldy. A lot of these spaces are difficult if not impossible to clean. Again, a very poor design. A cup that happens to leak will create a HUGE mess. Even with coffee, it tends to spit liquid out onto the counter.

    **** ONE YEAR LATER ****

    I’ve done all the proper things with regard to descaling, cleaning, changing filters, but the brew times started getting longer and longer. The water would run for a few seconds and then spit water and steam, this would repeat until the brew was completed. Repeated rinses, descales and checking the cup piercing holes didn’t rectify the issue. Unfortunately, the other day, while trying to make my first cup of coffee of the day, it displayed an EE0 error about 10 seconds into the brew cycle. I checked online and the way to clear the error was to unplug the unit for 15 min and then plug it back in. It did clear the error, but came right back when I tried to make coffee, run a rinse or descale, or just get hot water. I contacted Cuisinart customer service and they had me go through the unplug process again. Still didn’t work. They asked me for the serial number and offered to replace the unit. I had to send them a picture of the unit with the power cord cut off. then said it would take 10 to 14 BUSINESS days to get here. My original order was here in 2 days. This EE0 error seems to be quite common, and may be a design flaw in the older models. Once the new unit is in service, we will have to see what happens.

    I did take the old unit apart to see how it worked and to check for “Clogged” plumbing. I was surprised to find that even the heating element had very little deposits in it. Leading me to believe that it was an electronic failure. I can find no documentation about what an EE0 error is, but may be related to water flow. The only other thing I could think of was the hose going from the heating unit to the top of the K-Cup holder. It passes through a “Pincher” that closes off this tube when the cover is open. I guess it’s a “Safety” feature that keeps hot water or steam from coming out when the lid is open. The whole system including the one-way valve in the head seem very restrictive to water flow. Another design issue that is mandated by our litigious country. That valve location also brings into question any attempt to insert anything into piercer in the top of the head. You could destroy that one-way valve if you do.

    I really was hoping that this would be a unit that would give me many pleasant years of coffee. My replacement unit will be here next week, so we will see what happens to it a year from now. But knowing what I know now, I probably would have looked at something else for a k-cup device.

    ***Update on replacement***
    So, after about 10 days the replacement coffee maker showed up. I opened it up being glad it finally arrived and I could once again make coffee. However, I was very disappointed to find out but they didn’t send me an exact replacement. Instead, they sent me the cheaper black with chrome, which I specifically didn’t want when I originally ordered it. The customer service representative didn’t even bother to ask what unit I had and I assumed that since I gave them the serial number they knew. I can only assume that they actually didn’t care. So, I’m going to take off another star. I’m very disappointed with this company and as I said in the beginning, I had high hopes for it. I can only highly recommend that you avoid this company altogether.

    UPDATE AGAIN….

    Well after another 6 months the replacement has failed. The symptom is once again intermittent water flow followed by a lot of steam, ending with an EE0 error. What I assume the issue is, the pump is no longer moving water through the system fast enough to keep up with the heating, this is causing the water to boil in the heating element, causing excess pressure in the system further reducing the pump’s ability to move water. This unit uses a 120 Volt AC solenoid pump. that is what the humming sound is while it’s working. As the solenoid moves back and forth it draws in water and the forces it through the system. Interesting Idea, but any amount of wear will reduce the efficacy and keep it from working. SO now I’m off to replace this with something else. Please, Please, Please. DO NOT BUY THIS…

    *** FIX UPDATE ***
    Well, I was pleasantly surprised to find that Amazon carries the replacement water pump for these. The main water pump is a Plunger Type Iron Water Suction Piston Pump. It is not easy to get to the pump to replace it. It requires that you have some repair skills and a knowledge of tools and safety. DO NOT TRY THIS IF YOU DON’T COMPLETELY UNDERSTAND WHAT YOUR DOING… You have been warned, and I will accept no responsibility if you hurt/kill yourself, burn down your house or break your coffee maker, or cause any other bad things to happen.

    Here is a Link to the pump, and your welcome… https://www.amazon.com/dp/B095HFQHTS?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details

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    Cuisinart Coffee Maker, Single Serve 72-Ounce Reservoir Coffee Machine, Programmable Brewing & Hot Water Dispenser, Stainless Steel, SS-10P1,Silver

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