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    #31
    Hi all, I am a coffee drinker (also corrupted my wife over the last few years). I have been drinking coffee for around 40 years and I have never followed the fads. I have no interest in Espresso, Cappuccino, Latte', Turkish,...etc (tried them all and just like a simple cup of black coffee). I like light - medium roast freshly ground with water filtered through it so I get a dark tinted drink that is still hot. I like the convenience of a drip coffee maker but have gotten tired of the drip coffee makers lasting only a few months before something goes haywire. Any of you coffee addicts have any advice on a simple drip coffee maker that will last through multiple pots a day, that I will not have to repurchase for quite a while?
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      #32
      From what I've seen, the most reliable drip coffee makers for home use are usually the simplest and cheapest. The Mr. Coffee line is what I've seen the most. My granddad's has been going strong for most of my life. I've seen them in businesses where it looks like they've been in daily service for decades.
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      • Grendel

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        That was my experience in the past, cheap Mr. Coffee and use until the heating element dies. I am on my 3rd Mr. Coffee in less then a year where the plastic deforms to the point that the filter does not drain faster then the water added and the filter over flows and I get grounds in the coffee. Right now I have to put a heavy weight on to the top the housing so the valve stays open enough to mitigate the filter overflow.

      • Rainmaker

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        I've got a Black & Decker drip that has not failed in the about 3 years I've had it.

      #33
      Wife & I bought this so we could have a coffee scented alarm clock, gets used at least once/day and works great. I think it was around $40.

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      • Grendel

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        We have a Black and Decker very similar to yours that gets broken out when we have guests. Normally I use a smaller coffee maker because I'd rather make it fresh then have old coffee stay in the pot. Maybe I will just start using the Black and Decker and just make smaller batches.

      • Rainmaker

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        Yep, that's the exact one I've got. I'd say it's made about 500 pots so far and still kicking.

      • Jonnydread

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        Grendel We generally brew 6-8 "cups" at a time which equates to 3.5ish mugs of coffee. I've tried making 4 and less, but the grounds don't get full saturation with the smaller batches.

      #34
      Sound like you might have hard water and you would benefit from having some descaling so once in a while.

      If if you want the best coffee maker and can be repair a moccamaster would be a good investment. Take one without the heating pad underneath the carafe.

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      • Grendel

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        I was just looking at the Moccamaster on-line but had never heard of them before and obviously no experience with them and any moreI'm extremely skeptical of mfg. and review site claims. I'm willing to spend good money on something that will last (many years). We have hard water but have good quality whole house water softener [just checked] and filtration system so not too worried about water. In addition we have a Berkey system on the counter that I draw water for my coffee (wife is very picky about drinking water where I'll drink out of a garden hose off the well pump - ex-farm boy/ex-military). I am also fairly OCD about the kitchen and my coffee maker is cleaned with vinegar every week or so to help keep any mineral build up down. My biggest issue is drip coffee makers [Mr. Coffee] just seem to be crap quality even for their money.

      • BenoitOWN

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        Other choice would be a breville one control for fresh ground coffee on top or precision brewer for something similar to the technivorm mocca.

        What claim you do not like from technivorm? Their Sca cert is real that’s for offering the perfect cup.
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