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Hamilton Beach One Press Programmable Dispensing Drip Coffee Maker with 12 Cup Internal Brew Pot, Water Reservoir, Black & Stainless (47950)

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  • Replaces carafe with easy dispensing of fresh, flavorful coffee
  • Internal warming heater keeps coffee warm and fresh for hours
  • Dispenses hot coffee directly into cup or travel mug
  • Removable water reservoir for easy filling and cleaning
  • Digital display with reminders to clean the coffee maker
  • Programmable and fully automatic operation
  • Reusable filter
  • Modern, black & stainless steel design
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Hamilton Beach One Press Programmable Dispensing Drip Coffee Maker (47950)

Buying the right coffee maker can greatly enhance your coffee brewing experience. The Hamilton Beach One Press Programmable Dispensing Drip Coffee Maker is a versatile and convenient option that offers a range of features. Read on to find out how to select the perfect coffee maker for your needs.

1. Key Features

  • One Press Programmable Dispensing
  • 12 Cup Internal Brew Pot
  • Removable Water Reservoir
  • Black & Stainless Steel Design

2. Size and Design

Consider the available space in your kitchen and choose a coffee maker that fits well. The Hamilton Beach coffee maker has compact dimensions of 10″D x 10.4″W x 14.4″H and a modern black and stainless steel design that complements any kitchen decor.

3. Brewing Capacity

With a 12-cup brewing capacity, this coffee maker allows you to brew enough coffee to serve a large group of people. The internal brew pot ensures even distribution of heat for optimal flavor extraction.

4. Convenience and Ease of Use

The programmable feature of this coffee maker allows you to set the brewing time in advance, ensuring a cup of coffee is ready whenever you need it. The one-press dispensing mechanism eliminates the need for a carafe, making it easy to pour coffee directly into your cup or travel mug without any spills or mess.

5. Cleaning and Maintenance

The removable water reservoir simplifies the filling and cleaning process. The digital display provides helpful reminders for when it’s time to clean the coffee maker, ensuring that it maintains optimal performance and longevity.

6. Filter Type

This coffee maker includes a reusable filter, eliminating the need for disposable filters and reducing waste. The reusable filter is easy to clean and maintain.

7. Price and Warranty

Consider your budget and compare prices from different retailers. The Hamilton Beach coffee maker is reasonably priced and offers excellent value for money. It also comes with a warranty from the manufacturer, providing peace of mind and assurance of quality.

By considering these important factors, you can confidently select the Hamilton Beach One Press Programmable Dispensing Drip Coffee Maker (47950) that best suits your needs and enjoy delicious coffee at the touch of a button.

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Specification: Hamilton Beach One Press Programmable Dispensing Drip Coffee Maker with 12 Cup Internal Brew Pot, Water Reservoir, Black & Stainless (47950)

Brand

Hamilton Beach

Color

Product Dimensions

10"D x 10.4"W x 14.4"H

Special Feature

Programmable,Removable Tank

Coffee Maker Type

Drip Coffee Machine

Filter Type

Reusable

Style

Modern

Specific Uses For Product

Coffee Maker

Included Components

Hamilton Beach Brewstation 12-Cup Coffeemaker, Owner's Manual Manual Given In Detail Page

Operation Mode

Fully Automatic

Voltage

110 Volts

Model Name

Hamilton Beach Brewstation Programmable Dispensing

Number of Items

1

Human Interface Input

Buttons

Package Type

Standard Packaging

Item Weight

6.92 pounds

Manufacturer

Hamilton Beach

Domestic Shipping

Item can be shipped within U.S.

International Shipping

This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

47950

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

November 29, 2012

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  1. Faleg

    Una cafetera qué e usado durante por muchos, años me ha, dado muy buen servicio.

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  2. J.R.

    We make 4 pots a day. I hate old coffee. This unit is Very easy to clean! I love that the reservoirs are easy to remove to clean/dry. Easy use. Coffees were delicious, full of flavor, and held over at a warming temperature- still better than the hot bottom glass carafe makers. No burning scorched coffee. Plus, you can adjust the time the coffee stays warm in it’s separate -easy to clean – reservoir. Decent quality, sturdy main machine, with water reservoir slightly less sturdy – handle with gentler hands.

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  3. carlos

    Es una cafetera muy elegante y muy fácil de usar

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  4. Alonso Delgado

    El filtro que me enviaron le queda grande y hace que la tapa de la cafetera no cierre bien

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  5. DJ

    This is the second time I’ve bought this model because I like the potless design. But, never again. Despite regular cleaning and only every other day use. It quits working and just beeps and says needs water. Customer service is no help. And owners manual lists “potential problem” then “potential cause.” But, doesn’t give resolution to these problems. You can find two pages on optional accessories if you would like to buy a special coffee scoop or overpriced coffee maker cleaner though. The only things you need in a coffeemaker cleaner is LEMON JUICE and WHITE VINEGAR DILUTED w/ a little WATER. Anything else is just chemicals your body shouldn’t be ingesting later when it’s still lingering in your cup of coffee. Also, same recipe for your dishwasher instead of “sparkle and no streak/watermark” pouches. If you buy either coffeemaker cleaner or sparkle pouches you’ve been throwing away money for years. Hamilton Beach is todays example of a previously good company that is now too greedy to build anything that will last. Or even then tell you how to fix these issues when they arise. It’s a shame.

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  6. Nella R.

    En un viaje tuve la oportunidad de conocer el producto, en cuanto regrese la busque, no dude en comprarla.
    Una de las mejores adquisiciones en electrodomésticos que he hecho.

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  7. John C

    We generally make 2 or 3 12-cup pots of coffee every day in this family!
    Here are the pros/cons of this unit so far after ONE WEEK.
    This is a LONG REVIEW, and will be updated as/if needed.

    –Pro: Press button. Get coffee. Very nice. I bought this solely due to extensive RA issues making it nearly impossible for my mother to pour herself a cup of coffee from a full 12-cup carafe in our previous traditional-style coffee maker. It wasn’t so easy for me and my neuropathy, either. This is the same ease of a k-cup pod dispensing fresh coffee into a mug: no heavy lifting. While you have a water reservoir that removes and you have to fill, it is lightweight, and the weight distribution of the water makes it easier to handle than any carafe.

    Con: Also for ease of use, we keep our coffee makers on a small tray that makes it easier to move forward/backward on the counter to clean things from under the kitchen cabinet units above. Pressing the dispenser pushes back the unit in this setup because it is so lightweight. We have to reconfigure our decades-long setup to accommodate the machine, which is not a dealbreaker, but it’s worth noting.

    –Pro: ICED COFFEE. I’m the only one in the house that can, will, and has already enjoyed this feature. Follow the instructions in the manual completely — double-strength concentrated coffee that brews directly onto the ice inside and dispenses as ** perfection ** in your tumbler. CHEFS KISS.

    Con: Iced coffee and warm coffee use the same tanks and reservoirs meaning you cannot make an iced coffee if someone wants hot coffee or there is already coffee made or brewing, etc. In our house, that’s going to cause problems, because no one else wants iced coffee but me… 8( I would be very interested in seeing a larger unit that can do both simultaneously. Otherwise, I’ll have to keep struggling to make my own for work or buy another individual unit for myself later.

    –Pro: Super easy to clean. All the parts are very easy to rinse out between uses and they all fit together with ease; no real pressing or pushing or clicking or snapping things — just PLOP and GO. They’re VERY LIGHTWEIGHT which is a huge plus in our disabled household.

    Con: Because the internal unit keeps the coffee warm, it makes subtle noise constantly, whereas a traditional carafe-style machine just has the hot plate which doesn’t make noise. It’s subtle, but to the AUTISTS out there who are sensitive to noise (it’s me, hi, I’m the problem, it’s me), it might be a dealbreaker. Also, because it’s constantly warming, that internal plate browns in spots pretty quickly as noted by others and if you keep just a small amount of coffee warming in the unit, it WILL need cleaning very, very often because of this. We cleaned ours before first use and had the indicator to clean the unit within 48 hours of setup.

    –Pro: There is a clear measure on the right side of the unit that shows you how much coffee is inside the machine for visual people, thank goodness. If I can’t see it, I either don’t think it exists, or I forget it exists.

    Con: It’s fully on the left side of the machine. The removable water reservoir pulls off from the right side of the machine. If you keep your coffeemaker in a corner or nook/cranny of your kitchen, you’ll have to move your set-up entirely or move it slightly every time you want to see if there is any coffee inside before pushing the button. It’s minor, sure, but incredibly annoying. It also fogs really easily because it’s clear through to the coffee inside. Could definitely be improved upon in future models.

    –Pro: LCD display is LIT. Yayuh. You can actually see the time on your coffee maker. No more flashlights next to the coffeemaker! It’s strangely hard to find sometimes in the “cheaper” units (read: Mr. Coffee carafe, my first love).

    Con: That display is REALLY BRIGHT, LOL! If it’s plugged in, it’s ON. Whether the machine is on/off brewing, the display is ON. If you’re sensitive to blue light… you know what I’m saying. More importantly, it’s VERY disappointing that the dispenser area of the machine does NOT also have a light (think: how icemakers on fridges often toggle a light when you’re having ice dispensed so you can see what you’re doing). This might not seem like a big deal, and you definitely have to train yourself not to stick your coffee mug or tumbler so close to the dispenser that you can’t see what’s happening, but it’s also something to note for those of us who prefer dark-colored coffee cups and drink coffee at night. A dark kitchen, a dark mug, and a BRIGHT LCD DISPLAY above but no light at the dispenser means you have to press/dispense and guess and pull it out to see if there is enough or too much in your cup, go back, repeat, etc. It doesn’t make much sound when it dispenses so you can’t really rely on that to help in the dark.

    –OTHER PROS:
    (1) It’s not an overly complicated machine, very easy to program and change settings, with clear indicators on what you have selected.
    (2) Simple aesthetic design overall that looks good on the counter matching other kitchen appliances.
    (3) The coffee TASTES GOOD. This has to be noted because a lot of units brew coffee that tastes like plastic and metal and burned flesh. The coffee is even and smooth in taste, bold without seeming charred or cooked.

    –OTHER CONS:
    (1) The drip tray and the removable plate are the most finicky things I have ever met in my life. Neither clicks in; the tray slides under and the plate just sits on top, and it does not do either of these with confidence and ease. I’m constantly fidgeting with it and it never seems to really settle into place.
    (2) There is no indication of when the unit has finished brewing coffee that I’ve figured out just yet. There is no beep that says “I’m done! Come get your coffee!” because it’s constantly IN MODE to keep it warm after brewing; if you turn it off, the unit turns off, and it won’t keep your coffee warm. This is a huge adjustment from our traditional carafe style and so far a pretty huge con that we can’t hear when it’s done brewing. The flipside is you can have coffee from the dispenser while it still finishes brewing the rest of the coffee (though technically I don’t recommend this because the taste will be inconsistent).
    (3) The strong brew option takes FOREVER to brew. The manual warns you of this but you’re not prepared for just how long it takes, I promise you. We brew strong coffee naturally by increasing the scoops but this unit also seems finicky on just how much coffee you can put in the filter area before it overflows.

    OVERALL: I’d give it a 3.5/5.0 rating. I don’t hate it but I can’t say I love it either. As it was bought solely for my parents for disability considerations, I’ll default to them on whether it will stay or be returned. If it were just me, I’d likely send it back and keep searching for an alternative, but I can tell you those alternatives would most definitely be more expensive. And the money talks. For the price point, it’s worth a try; you might love it more than I. ♥

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  8. Josausal

    Excelente, fácil preparación, no hay riesgo que se rompa la jarra, servir el café es de lo más fácil.

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  9. John C

    I want to begin by saying that I absolutely love this thing. I was on the lookout for a coffee maker that would reduce the amount of spillage that my wife does when she pours her coffee. This turned out to be a great solution.

    We are on our second version of this product. We had a red one at first got it a few years ago. We now have a black one. Here’s where the honesty comes in.

    The quality of a black one is less than the red one for sure. If the red one was a 9 out of 10 Star product when it comes to quality then the black one is probably a seven and a half. The pieces don’t have quite the super snug fit that the red one had and the plastic just seems a little bit less refined if that makes sense.

    The ability to keep your coffee warm the variations of Brew types the Simplicity of use the pour feature are all fantastic. I’ve seen several on here stating that it leaks. Sure when you overfill it it leaks. If you pour in the water too fast it’s going to leak or dribble. After extended use if you don’t keep it clean yes it will drip.

    The only reason we bought a new one is because the last one started to drip. The compartment that holds the coffee which is the top part that you see in my picture that has the clock and the silver area on it started to drip. So you take that off you undo these two screws you remove the little flap that I see people posting on here that broke you give it a good cleaning your rinse out the area on the inside where the flap sits and you put it back together with the two screws and you’re good to go.

    Most people don’t take time to maintain their coffee pot when it starts to act up they just buy a new one because they’re cheap. On the other hand I am cheap so I try and maintain it clean it take care of it and it lasts. I think we had our other one for 3 years and it started to leak and as I was cleaning it I over tightened the screw and I broke the section that it screws into and that’s the only reason I got a new one and can write this review about the quality of the new version.

    Yes it’s probably made in China or Taiwan or something like that but so is everything else. It is a quality product. And it reduces the potential danger of your older mother or your wife spilling hot coffee everywhere. Maybe your dad is not as graceful with the coffee pour. Maybe your kids drink coffee? They just walk up to it put their cup underneath it and push the button and it pours into their cup.

    Would I recommend this product? 1,000%. Is a little bit of a different process absolutely and that’s okay. I think it’s cool that the company at Hamilton Beach took the time to create a coffee pot that was completely different than all the other coffee pots you’ve ever seen. If you’re worried about the durability then go get a 1960s percolator that makes 32 cups of coffee and just use that we have one of those that we use for parties and it’s been around and works just fine for about 50 years now. But if you’re just looking for something that is a little bit different convenient and provides the ability to adjust the Brew type of your coffee from regular to bowl to extra bold then go for this give it a shot. I like companies that think outside the box and Hamilton Beach has done a great job of that with this product. Like I said I bought two of them and if I had friends that I wanted to spend 50 bucks on for Christmas I probably buy one of these for them too.

    So don’t let the negative reviews deter you because sometimes people get lemons it’s the same debate between Ford versus Chevy this is Hamilton Beach versus Mr Coffee sometimes people have great results with one and not the other but for the most part it’s a coffee pot man it should work just fine.

    I will end this by saying that I am a fan a very big fan. And would totally 100% recommend this product if someone asked me about it. Oh look they asked me about it, and here I am recommending it.

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