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Mr. Coffee 10 Cup Thermal Programmable Coffeemaker, Stainless Steel

Original price was: $99.99.Current price is: $89.49.

  • Double-walled stainless steel thermal carafe
  • Removable water reservoir
  • Strong Brew Selector
  • Programmable feature
  • Reusable filter
  • 10 cup capacity
  • Automatic operation mode
  • Product dimensions: 10.79″D x 12.36″W x 15.98″H
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Buying Guide: Mr. Coffee 10 Cup Thermal Programmable Coffeemaker, Stainless Steel

Introduction

Selecting the right coffeemaker is essential for coffee lovers who want a fresh and bold cup of coffee every time. The Mr. Coffee 10 Cup Thermal Programmable Coffeemaker in Stainless Steel offers a range of features to enhance your coffee brewing experience. In this buying guide, we will explore the key factors to consider before purchasing this product.

Capacity and Size

The Mr. Coffee 10 Cup Thermal Programmable Coffeemaker is designed to brew up to 10 cups of coffee, making it suitable for households or offices where multiple people enjoy their cup of joe. With dimensions of 10.79″D x 12.36″W x 15.98″H, ensure that you have enough counter space to accommodate this coffeemaker.

Programmable Functionality

The programmable feature of this coffeemaker allows you to set the brewing time in advance, ensuring that you wake up to a freshly brewed pot of coffee. Make sure to refer to the user guide or manual provided before setting up the programmable feature to familiarize yourself with the process.

Thermal Carafe

The double-walled stainless steel thermal carafe of the Mr. Coffee coffeemaker is a standout feature. It keeps your coffee hot for longer periods, preserving its temperature and flavors. This feature is particularly useful if you enjoy sipping your coffee over an extended period or if you often serve coffee to guests.

Convenience and Maintenance

The removable water reservoir in the Mr. Coffee 10 Cup Thermal Programmable Coffeemaker makes it easy to fill and clean. This feature simplifies the brewing process and ensures that you can maintain the coffeemaker’s hygiene without hassle. Additionally, the reusable filter included with the coffeemaker helps reduce waste and is a cost-effective choice.

Strong Brew Selector

If you prefer a bolder and stronger cup of coffee, the Mr. Coffee coffeemaker offers a Strong Brew Selector. This feature allows you to adjust the brewing process to extract a more intense flavor from your coffee grounds.

Conclusion

The Mr. Coffee 10 Cup Thermal Programmable Coffeemaker, with its stainless steel design, programmable functionality, thermal carafe, and strong brew selector, is a reliable and user-friendly choice for coffee enthusiasts. Consider the capacity, programmable features, convenience, and maintenance aspects discussed in this buying guide to make an informed decision and enjoy a delicious cup of coffee every time.

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Current Price $89.49 May 22, 2024
Highest Price $130.40 February 26, 2024
Lowest Price $67.01 November 27, 2023
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Specification: Mr. Coffee 10 Cup Thermal Programmable Coffeemaker, Stainless Steel

Brand

Mr. Coffee

Color

Product Dimensions

10.79"D x 12.36"W x 15.98"H

Special Feature

Programmable

Filter Type

Reusable

Style

10 Cup Thermal Carafe + Strong Brew

Specific Uses For Product

Coffeemaker

Included Components

Coffeemaker

Operation Mode

Fully Automatic

Model Name

10 Cup Thermal Programmable Coffeemaker

Number of Items

1

Package Type

Standard Packaging

Item Weight

11.23 pounds

Manufacturer

Mr. Coffee

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

2150023

Date First Available

January 12, 2021

13 reviews for Mr. Coffee 10 Cup Thermal Programmable Coffeemaker, Stainless Steel

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  1. Pepe cuervo

    Se ve muy bien , voy a utilizarla por la noche

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  2. VerĂłnica Mtz

    Un retour plus dispendieux que la machine elle-mĂŞme.
    Éviter le vendeur, la machine, elle fonctionne très bien!

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  3. Pepe cuervo

    El costo vs calidad ummm … otras opciones a mi parecer son de mejor calidad, no termina de convencerme que la base donde asienta la jarra es plástico muy frágil, se agradecĂ­a si por lo menos pusieran “gomas” por la parte baja para evitar el molesto rechinar cuando jalas el aparato para limpiar… La capacidadal lĂ­mite te rinde para 4 casi 5 tazas de 350 ML. Por lo tanto se queda corta… Lo que si es que hace el cafĂ© sĂşper rápido un punto a favor a comparaciĂłn de otras cafeteras de sistema de goteo.

    No volveriaa comprar otra igual.. buscaría un modelo más robusto con mejores acabados.

    Si la compras ten en cuenta que no cuenta con filtro permanente (se adquiere por separado), tienes que usar de papel y adquirir filtros especiales antical para recambio cada me…

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  4. luv2cruz3

    I end up using strong brew button for my coffee. Would have liked better instructions for putting in the water filter. And finally, the carafe pours very slowly but I think they must all do that for some reason. Other than that I like it. It’s a coffee maker and I hope it lasts like my last few Mr. Coffees.

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  5. Tacothetown

    This coffee maker works great and if you want a nice 10 cup coffee maker with a thermal carafe I recommend it. I’ve had it for a little over 2 months.

    Now, the details, for those of you who are at work, avoiding a nauseating project at the moment, and your IT department hasn’t yet blocked Amazon:

    First of all I should say that I have an overriding frustration with devices designed by engineers who feel the need to add lots of bells and whistles rather than concentrating on sound, basic products that are designed to last. Ya feel me? Along those lines, I would like to mention that someone decided to build a timer into this thing that tells you how long it has been since the coffee was brewed. I can’t tell you how useless this feature is for me since I’m the one who brews the coffee 90% of the time in my household and moreover I am and adult who is aware of the passage of time. (Apparently there are some people who actually aren’t. One of them is a champion long distance runner. Who knew? I heard about it on a Ted Talk.) And even if I wasn’t aware of the passage of time, I do happen to live in a house that has clocks – one of which is conveniently located on the coffee maker itself! So there is really not a way that I am not going to know that it has been awhile since the coffee was brewed. And, since this coffee maker has a thermal carafe and therefore the coffee is not on a burner getting stewed down to burnt tasting oblivion (which of course like the rest of you is why I got the one with the thermal carafe in the first place), I am not too concerned about how long it has been since the coffee was brewed. It’s not like I’m gonna go to pour another cup of coffee, look at the timer, and exclaim to myself, “Well, crap! I was about to pour another cup of coffee but it has been 90 minutes since my coffee was brewed and that is just too long! If it had been only 60 minutes we’d be ok but 90 minutes? No way! Down the drain it goes!” Now….if the timer showed increments of hours or days, then it would be useful; I could bust out my coffee maker flow chart and make a decision whether it was time to head to the microwave, or brew another pot. So consider that, Engineer.

    BUT…if the timer display alone isn’t sufficient, the machine also beeps loudly when that timer has run out – just an added safety measure I suppose. At least I assume that is what the beep is for. I have never actually run over to the coffee pot when it beeps to see if that is the case, I just know it happens. And I refuse to refer to the manual on this issue when I have many, many more important things to do such as writing reviews.

    The delay timer works great and I was able to figure out how to set the clock and the delay timer just by pressing buttons (without having to, gasp, actually read any instructions) so points for that. I did notice that the clock on the coffee maker has a dimmer function, which is wonderful, but the when you turn the delay timer on, that button is super bright and totally defeats the purpose of the dimmer on the clock because when are most of us going to set the delay timer? At night of course. The coffee maker isn’t actually in my bedroom so I don’t really care. I find it funny though because if you’re going to include a dimmer on the clock, why not…..oh, nevermind.

    The thing comes with optional water filters and has a cute little dial which took me a little while to figure out but after busting out the reading glasses and looking close I realized there was a letter on the dial for each month of the year so you can replace the filter at the beginning of the month. Fun, right? I bought some filters because, why not? I have been changing them monthly so far because this is all still shiny and new. At some point I am pretty sure I will look at the dial and realize it is on February and I am in July. Some other reviews have mentioned a weird taste possibly from the filter. I rinse the filter before putting it in and I brew my coffee way too strong anyway and I haven’t noticed any off flavors. And I have no problem with the placement of the filter basket on the side of the coffee maker. Adapt, people. I fill the filter basket pretty full because of aforementioned tendency to brew the coffee a little on the strong side, and it does not overflow easily, which is very helpful in my life.

    Some reviews have mentioned that the carafe pours slowly because of the configuration of the lid. So, that means it takes like 10.3 seconds to fill your mug rather than 6.8 seconds? Srsly peeple, quit whining. The thing doesn’t dribble which is more important to me. And I’m right about everything.

    Thanks for reading and happy brewing!

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  6. VerĂłnica Mtz

    El café se mantiene caliente por 4 horas sin problema, la jarra no me gusta ya que queda liquido dentro por la forma del recipiente y la tapa; el tema de los filtros que se cambian cada mes es un punto a considerar. Se programa muy fácil y se limpia de igual manera.

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  7. Jennifer Collins

    I already had this one and had to replace as it just went dead one day. I wanted a removable water chamber and this was best one price wise for what I needed didn’t realize I ordered a newer model of same maker lol. It wasn’t a disappointment as I loved last one I had too

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  8. Ricardo Garcia

    Diseño y funciones de lo mejor
    Supera espectativas
    La compré con una devolución de una B&D que falló a los 15 días

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  9. Traci

    This is probably the 3rd one I’ve bought over the many years since this model came out. We love it that much! The filters are really good at removing the lime in our water and they’re not an expensive accessory to purchase separately when you run out. The stainless steel pot keeps the coffee warm for hours. We kept the last two pots from the last two of these coffee makers be bought. They sure have come in handy when we have a lot of coffee drinking company as we can make a couple of pots and put them aside to have coffee for everyone. Stays warm as they’re stainless steel pots and maker doesn’t have a burner.

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  10. David Thiel

    I purchased this coffee maker primarily because it has a thermal carafe. It does its job at keeping the coffee hot for several hours after brewing without it burning on a hot plate. It brews quickly — a full pot takes about six minutes. My only quibble is with the small spout on the carafe. One needs some patience with pouring a cup because of this while being reminded of a 70s ketchup commercial.

    It’s a good coffee maker for the price.

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  11. Hugh Campbell

    Very nice coffee maker. It runs extra hot (205 degrees!) very quickly. The coffee maker turns off the “hot plate” after two hours but the carafe is so well designed the coffee will still stay hot the next day!
    My only disappointments are – first it’s kinda pricey for a coffee maker – I’d be OK with it if it held up better.
    After about five years (because it runs extra hot I guess) it will begin leaking not from the reservoir but from the brewing section (it leaks cold water though) – Mr Coffee knows about this but it will be out of warranty for a couple of years before it needs replacement (I guess it’s worth it).It angers me that Mr Coffee is very well aware of this defective design though – but since I’ve never had as good a coffee maker as this one before I’m spoiled so this is my replacement for the exact same one I bought about five years ago.

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  12. G. Russell

    We bought a new one to replace our previous model that has lasted 27 years. I think I bought it for around $20 at the Base Exchange. The old one was a tank and has provided years of great coffee to us. The fact that the coffee stays hot most of the day is a major plus to someone who drinks the stuff all day long. The only minor hiccup was the handle to the carafe was improperly glued and came apart after unpacking, but a quick call to their Customer Service desk and a new one is on the way. You can’t beat CS like that! We’ll continue to use the old stanless steel carafe until the new one arrives. Cheers!

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  13. J2

    We have not had any issues with this carafe coffee maker. It makes good coffee. The carafe is lined with stainless steel and it keeps the coffee hot without an electric hot plate.

    Full the water reservoir to 10-cup, add an 8-12 cup paper coffee filter, fill the filter half-way with ground coffee, press the strong button then brew now.

    I am not using the water filter that fits above the coffee basket. The basket hinged lid helps funnel the hot water and it prevents the filter from folding on on itself which is a good design.

    The time since brewed timer is helpful as it indicates that coffee is in the carafe. It beeps once as it times out which is hardly noticeable.

    It looks good and works well. Time will tell how reliable this coffee maker is but out of the box it is good.

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