Cuisinart DCC-450BK 4-Cup Coffeemaker with Stainless-Steel Carafe, Black

August 18, 2018 - Comment

The Cuisinart 4-Cup Coffeemaker is just the right size for that coffee lover in your house. The stainless steel carafe has a comfortable handle and a dripless pour spout to make serving flavorful coffee easy. Includes two consumer-favorite features: Brew Pause, to let you sneak a cup mid-cycle, and a worry-free 30-minute shutoff. The compact

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The Cuisinart 4-Cup Coffeemaker is just the right size for that coffee lover in your house. The stainless steel carafe has a comfortable handle and a dripless pour spout to make serving flavorful coffee easy. Includes two consumer-favorite features: Brew Pause, to let you sneak a cup mid-cycle, and a worry-free 30-minute shutoff. The compact design takes up minimal counter space and is easy to store.

Product Features

  • 4-Cup Stainless-steel carafe with dr
  • 4-Cup Stainless-steel carafe with dripless pour spout, and knuckle guard
  • Brew-pause feature lets you enjoy a cup of coffee before brewing has finished
  • 30 minute automatic shutoff and convenient ON indicator light
  • Includes: instruction booklet
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards

Comments

Mr. Walker says:

Good flavor, strength, and temp.; can get HOT I hemmed and hawed about a small coffee maker and ended up buying this at a B, B, & B store locally. I have used a Cuisinart DCC-1100 12-cup maker for a couple years and so can compare the 2 machines well. I took a few pics of it as well.First: this is a compact machine. It says 4 ‘cups’ – and means 5 oz. cups. Many/most coffeemakers are set up that way. The water measure is very accurate (as with the DCC-1100). I don’t use the pot to fill the tank – I just use a spare water or pop bottle that is 20 oz. (5 oz. x 4 ‘cups’ = 20 oz.). It is MUCH easier to fill the tank with a bottle. Besides, if you just look in the tank, there are “steps” for 2c, 3c, 4c. in it (see the pic). When the water is level with or just over the step, there you go. Easy.Second: the extraction and brew is excellent. I opened the lid to check a few times, the grounds are underwater. I am using 1 TBSP coffee (Gevalia or Peet’s, a finer grind) per “cup” and have great taste. I…

Bill says:

Nothin’ Wrong This!

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