Hamilton Beach FlexBrew
After the rest of the household has drained the Hamilton Beach FlexBrew’s 10-serving jug and started his days, its single-serving function will put just enough of your high-end roast through its paces to create a full-bodied drink.
- Can dispense straight into a mug
- Good for loose grounds and k cups
- Prone to scaling in hard water areas
The Zojirushi 10-Cup is a departure from the company’s legendary rice cookers and a high-quality machine that is easy to use and has a washable, permanent filter. The time-saving mode is brewed at 200 degrees Fahrenheit and gives you a lot of taste in just a few minutes.
- Basket swings out for easy access
- Helpful iced beverage guide marks
- Can be a pain to clean
Cuisinart Stainless Steel
Intuitive controls and a window with a view of the water make filling and using the Cuisinart stainless steel child’s play. The capacity of 12 servings is larger than that of the competition and thanks to a special setting for only 1 to 4 cups, a great pot of personal size is brewed.
- Backlit lcd screen
- Programmable 24 hours in advance
- Carafe tends to drip when pouring
If you want complete control over your Java, the Breville Precision is for you. It offers six preset brewing modes as well as a customizable setting that lets you choose the temperature, flowering time and water flow for your ideal cup.
- Takes flat bottom and cone filters
- Makes cold brew and iced coffee too
- It’s a bit noisy
The beauty of the Technivorm Moccamaster is only surpassed by its durability and reliability. A full pot is made in just four to six minutes, and the carafe comes with a travel lid that keeps the contents hot longer.
- Basket design aids flavor extraction
- Backed by a five-year warranty
- Among the most expensive options
The Cuisinart CHW-14 is a particular favorite among tea lovers and has a spout that dispenses hot water for soups, cocoa, oatmeal and preheated cups when needed. The reservoir for this is separate, so you can use it even during a brewing cycle.
- Convenient self-cleaning function
- Pauses for pouring while operating
- Up to a 4-hour automatic-shutoff
With a shower head that evenly saturates the floor, the motif element mimics the pouring method, including an optional 20-second soak mode, to activate the “bloom” process and extract as much taste as possible.
- Heats up within one minute
- Maintains ideal brewing temperature
- Decalcification indicator
Regardless of whether you prefer your drinks hot or cold, with the Ninja Auto-iQ you have everything under control. It has five pre-programmed settings for different temperatures and brewing strengths as well as separate baskets for coffee and tea to avoid the aromas from mixing.
- Removable water reservoir
- Built-in foldaway milk frother
- Can make a single cup or full pot
The Bunn Velocity is similar to the machines found in most restaurants in America, and with a process of just over three minutes, the company’s reputation for efficiency is preserved. Every part of it is designed for durability, cleanliness and long-term reliability.
- Preheating water tank
- Basket sprayer covers grounds evenly
- Extra-sturdy dishwasher-safe carafe
The Oxo On is controlled by a system of sensors and microchips and rains more than 200 degrees of water on the ground beans of your choice. The result is a drink that has been certified high quality by the revered Specialty Coffee Association of America.
- Very simple user interface
- Monitors each new pot’s freshness
- Good for multiple uses per day