Cuisinart DCC-1200 12-Cup Brew Central Coffeemaker, Black and Stainless Steel

Cuisinart DCC-1200 12-Cup Brew Central Coffeemaker, Black and Stainless Steel

Cuisinart DCC-1200 12-Cup Brew Central Coffeemaker, Black and Stainless Steel

If you have a modern, sleek kitchen and you enjoy properly brewed coffee, don’t put your expensive coffee grounds into a cheap and unattractive coffeemaker. The Cuisinart DCC-1200 Brew Central Coffeemaker features smooth lines and a stunning stainless steel and black accented case that will blend in with your other appliances. The 12-cup capacity is adjustable – you set the coffeemaker for different heating settings if you are brewing less than four cups at a time. This feature makes it a good choice for single people or couples who never drink more than two cups of coffee at a time.

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You’re also welcome to interrupt the brewing process to grab a fresh, hot cup without getting the warming plate covered in coffee drips. The filter automatically closes if the carafe is removed during brewing. If you don’t like your coffee to get too hot, you can lower the temperature of the warming plate as well. Settings allow the plate to keep the carafe hot for up to four hours, after which it shuts off automatically for safety and peace of mind.

This coffeemaker also features:

  • Integrated charcoal water filter for better tasting coffee
  • Programmable timer for both brewing and warming plate
  • Adjustable temperature controls
  • Advanced Cuisinart brewing technology
  • Permanent Gold Tone filter

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Users like Debbie love the Cuisinart’s design because the square body and properly proportioned carafe fit tightly together, preventing the glass from accidentally being damaged or jarred while coffee is brewing. She also says that she likes how the filter sits inside the coffeemaker and doesn’t swing out – this prevents misalignment that makes a mess inside the coffeemaker. Many customers also praise this model’s ability to heat water to a high temperature for brewing. Water that isn’t hot enough won’t release all of the flavor oils from the coffee grounds, leading to weak coffee. (More Reviews)

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