Best Coffee Makers

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Coffee has played a very important role in human societies for hundreds of years. The earliest known evidence of people drinking coffee dates to the mid-1400s in the shrines of Yemen. From that point, coffee drinking spread out to India, to Italy and then into Europe and the Americas.

These days, a coffeemaker is as important an appliance in many kitchens as a refrigerator or oven. However, there are thousands of them on the market, so it can be a challenge to determine which one you should buy.

Our best lists for coffeemakers will provide you the best choices for the major types of coffeemakers on the market today, including drip coffeemakers, best budget coffeemaker, grind and brew, best overall coffeemaker, and best percolator. Our picks were done after many hours of research and testing, so you can be assured that one of our best picks will be a high-quality, feature-packed product that produces really tasty java.

Best Coffee Maker Overall:

Coffee lovers agree there is just no way to get up and go without a piping hot cup of java. Coffee drinkers everywhere agree that in order to achieve a great cup of coffee, it all starts with the method of making it. People have been drinking coffee for centuries and luckily for us, technology has improved the features available on our most valued appliances. With such a wide variety of coffee makers on the market, it is truly hard to cipher out the best ones. However all of the units on this list were chosen because of their innovative features, durability, and the fact that they do create a delicious cup of coffee each and every time.

Technivorm Moccamaster KBG-741 Coffee Brewer

This machine is unique, it offers a distinctive look and design, crafted of high quality materials each machine is literally hand crafted in the Netherlands. The only drawback on this unit is that the carafe lacks a spout, but the coffee that drips from this machine makes up for it. Read Full Review

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    Technivorm Moccamaster KBG-741 Coffee Brewer

    Zojirushi Fresh Brew EC-BD15 Coffee Maker

    This unit also makes delicious coffee, and while the spout is a tad small the quality of the finished product makes up for it. The unit looks quite sophisticated sitting on any counter top. Read Full Review

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      Zojirushi Fresh Brew EC-BD15 Coffee Maker

      Hamilton Beach 46201 12 Cup Digital Coffeemaker

      The adjustable auto shut off feature can be customized from 0 to 4 hour time frames, so you get the security of knowing you're not leaving it on by accident while also avoiding the cup of cold coffee when it turns off too soon. Great for the individual coffee lover, as well as for serving a whole group. Read Full Review

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        Hamilton Beach 46201 12 Cup Digital Coffeemaker

        Mr. Coffee BVMC-SJX33GT Black Coffee Maker (12 Cup)

        This unit has everything including a 2 hour automatic shut off function which prevents the danger and the worry of a coffee maker being left on overnight or with no one home. To top it off, a special cleaning cycle keeps everything fresh with no build up for continued good taste. Lots of functionality and convenience. Read Full Review

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          Mr. Coffee BVMC-SJX33GT Black Coffee Maker (12 Cup)

          Cuisinart Brew Central DCC-1200 Coffee Maker

          This unit gets rave reviews because it outlasts much of the competition. The fact that it is easy to use and clean boosts this coffee maker to one of the best. Read Full Review

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            Cuisinart Brew Central DCC-1200 Coffee Maker

            Best Single Serve Coffee Maker:

            If you live a lifestyle where making an entire pot of coffee doesn’t fit into your schedule (or if on some occasions you just don't want to deal with a full pot) then a single serve coffee maker is right for you. These machines only became popular a few years ago with the K-Cup single serve coffee pod revolution. And although K-cups literally dominate this market segment, you don't have to get a machine that uses them to make a wonderful single serving of coffee.

            The coffee makers chosen for this list only brew one cup at a time. That may sound strange, but there are single serve units that brew a pot of coffee and hold it in a reservoir until you take a single cup. Holding it at a specific temperature like that degrades the coffee taste and maximizing your taste experience is what single serve brewing is all about.

            All of these single serve brewers will be easy to use; although we all like fancy extras, if you need to pull out an instruction manual every time you’re ready to brew, it's just not worth the hassle. Fortunately these picks are able to keep it simple without losing anything in the way of speed or flavor. Made with BPH free plastic, these picks also all have the capability to brew at least 10 ounces of coffee which is the standard travel mug size. Lastly, these picks all come with a limited one year warranty unless otherwise mentioned in the description.

            Touch Brewer T214B Single Cup Brewing System

            The Touch Brewer T214B Brewing System will make you K-Cup lovers proud. The versatility is unmatched for simplicity, simply punch in how many ounces you want brewed, from 6 all the way up to 14, hit the switch and let it begin tapping the 90 ounce water reservoir which makes several cups of coffee without re-filling. Read Full Review

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              Touch Brewer T214B Single Cup Brewing System

              Salton FC1205 1-Cup Coffee Maker

              The Toastess One Cup Space Saving Coffee Maker lets you add your own coffee into the brewing basket. It features a nylon filter so that you'll never need paper filters again, making it one of the easiest single serving coffee makers you can use. Read Full Review

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                Salton FC1205 1-Cup Coffee Maker

                Keurig K45 Elite Brewing System

                The Keurig K45 Elite Brewing System will brew three sizes of coffee from 6 to 10 ounce cups, and it will fit a travel mug beneath the brewing compartment. The water reservoir holds 48 ounces, and it comes with a charcoal filter so even tap water will suffice to make a fine cup of coffee. This model also comes with a 12 pack sampler of K-Cups which makes it an even better deal. Read Full Review

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                  Keurig K45 Elite Brewing System

                  BUNN MCU Single Cup Multi-Use Home Coffee Brewer

                  BUNN MCU Single Cup Multi-Use Home Coffee Brewer allows you to use any K-Cup, pre-measured filter coffee and even loose grounds in a single serve unit. It accepts a travel mug and depending upon how much water you add, it will brew from 4 ounce cups up to 14 ounce travel mugs. Read Full Review

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                    BUNN MCU Single Cup Multi-Use Home Coffee Brewer

                    Mr. Coffee Pour! Brew! Go! 16-Ounce Personal Coffee Maker

                    The Mr. Coffee Pour! Brew! Go! Personal Coffee Maker comes in several different colors to fit your decor and your lifestyle. It is small and compact, yet it will still brew up to 16 ounces of coffee. The included travel mug has a lid, and the unit features a permanent filter that will let you use any type of ground coffee that you desire. Read Full Review

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                      Mr. Coffee Pour! Brew! Go! 16-Ounce Personal Coffee Maker

                      Best Budget Coffee Maker:

                      OK, so you’re on a budget, but still want to have a decent cup of coffee in the morning. Unlike other small appliances, an inexpensive coffee maker doesn't mean it can't make a robust cup of java. In fact all of the budget coffee makers on this list are top quality units for the lower end coffee makers, and you won't pay more than 25 bucks for any of them. Better still, there are even going to be different types and styles of coffee makers involved, and depending upon what your situation is, you can choose the type that best fits your lifestyle.

                      Each of these coffee makers were chosen because they’re made of materials which rinse away clean for easy cleanup. Additionally, all of them will have non-reactive materials so that you won't have to worry about chemicals leaching into your brew. Lastly, they’re all protected by a minimum one year manufacturer’s warranty, unless otherwise noted in the description.

                      The truth is you can pay a lot for a gourmet machine and perhaps to some the coffee may taste better. But for those of you who just want a good hot cup of coffee in the morning, you won't need more than a budget coffee maker, no matter how many cups you make.

                      Mr. Coffee TF6 5-Cup Switch Coffeemaker

                      The Mr. Coffee TF5 4-Cup Switch Coffeemaker is simple and easy to use. It has an auto-pause feature that allows you to take a cup of coffee during the brewing cycle and a water reservoir window so you know exactly how much coffee you are brewing. This is the least expensive coffee maker on the list. Read Full Review

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                        Mr. Coffee TF6 5-Cup Switch Coffeemaker

                        FarberWare Classic Yosemite 50124 Percolator

                        The Farberware Classic Stainless Steel Yosemite 8-Cup Coffee Percolator needs an outside heat source, like a stove top, a hot plate or a campfire, to deliver delicious percolated coffee. Manufactured of stainless steel, all you do is just add your favorite coffee into the filter basket, put the unit on a heat source, and brew away. Read Full Review

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                          FarberWare Classic Yosemite 50124 Percolator

                          Black & Decker Brew 'N Go DCM18S Coffee Maker

                          The Black & Decker DCM18S Brew 'n Go Personal Coffeemaker with Travel Mug brews up one 15 ounce cup of coffee whenever you want it. The thermal travel mug keeps the coffee hot when you are on the go, and the permanent filter means you'll never need paper filters again. Read Full Review

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                            Black & Decker Brew 'N Go DCM18S Coffee Maker

                            Caf Valet Black Single Serve Coffee Brewer

                            The Caf Valet Black Single Serve Coffee Brewer is for all of you gourmet coffee lovers who don't want to go the way of K-Cups. Pre-measured filter packs are inserted into the filter basket for error free coffee making. This is a much less expensive alternative to K-cups as well as better for the environment since you won't be throwing plastic cups away after every brew. Read Full Review

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                              Caf Valet Black Single Serve Coffee Brewer

                              Proctor Silex 12-Cup Coffee Maker

                              The Proctor Silex 12-Cup Coffee Maker is the lowest priced 12 cup coffee maker available. It comes with features such as adjustable brewing strength, single serve pause feature and two water windows. With this pick you have the option of either paper or permanent filters Read Full Review

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                                Proctor Silex 12-Cup Coffee Maker

                                Best Grind and Brew Coffee Machine:

                                The best compromise in coffee making machines are the grind and brew models. Because a coffee grinder is built into these appliances there’s no need for a separate, specialized grinders for your beans. These picks make getting the freshest cup of coffee as simple as pouring beans into the hopper, grinding them in the machine and using those grounds to brew a fresh pot of hot coffee.

                                Some features to look for are bean storage hoppers which hold more than a cup of coffees worth of beans, models with burr grinders, since these grind slower and won't potentially burn the beans like a blade grinder will, and fully programmable touch pads so you can have fresh ground brewed coffee whenever you like. The prices are going to be at the upper limit of drip coffee makers but if you want simultaneous grind and brew convenience, these are the must-have coffee makers.

                                We’ve chosen these picks because each will automatically grind and brew a pot of coffee without your help, except for keeping the bean hopper full. They all feature an auto shut-off function, and each one will come with a permanent filter so that you won't have to deal with paper filters which absorb coffee oils and make for a less flavorful brew. Lastly, each will come covered by a one year manufacturer’s warranty, unless otherwise stated in the description.

                                Kenmore Elite Elite 12-Cup Stainless Steel Coffee Grinder and Brewer

                                The Kenmore Elite 12-Cup Coffee Grinder and Brewer features a pause function so can sneak a cup of coffee before the brewing process has been completed, it uses a burr grinder to preserve the maximum taste from your beans, and there’s even a bypass function so that you can use your own ground coffee, if you so choose. Read Full Review

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                                  Kenmore Elite Elite 12-Cup Stainless Steel Coffee Grinder and Brewer

                                  Black & Decker CM5000B 12-Cup Mill and Brew Coffeemaker

                                  The Black & Decker CM5000B 12-Cup Mill and Brew Coffeemaker has a pause function so you can take a cup when you want one, an adjustable brew strength selector, and a grinder-off switch so that you can use your own coffee beans instead of grinding them in the machine. Read Full Review

                                  Black & Decker CM5000B 12-Cup Mill and Brew Coffeemaker

                                  Hamilton Beach Coffee Maker Grind and Brew Single Serve - 49989

                                  The Hamilton Beach Coffee Maker, Grind and Brew Single Serve features a uses a blade grinder instead of a burr grinder, providing you with fresh brewed coffee for two 8 ounce cups or a 16 ounce travel mug. With its one-button touch to start the process, this is one of the easiest to use picks on our list. Read Full Review

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                                    Hamilton Beach Coffee Maker Grind and Brew Single Serve - 49989

                                    KRUPS KM7000 Grind & Brew Coffee Maker

                                    The KRUPS KM7000 Grind & Brew Coffee Maker features a duo water filtration system, five grinding options, an aroma setting for smaller amounts of brew, and 9.6 ounces of hopper space for the coffee beans. While the most expensive unit here, it does come with a two year manufacturer’s warranty. Read Full Review

                                    KRUPS KM7000 Grind & Brew Coffee Maker

                                    Cuisinart DGB-650BC Grind-and-Brew Thermal 10-Cup Automatic Coffeemaker, Brushed Metal

                                    The Cuisinart DGB-650BC Grind-and-Brew Thermal 10-Cup Automatic Coffeemaker features a pause function so you can take a cup mid-brew, a charcoal water filter, a showerhead water spray system for maximum coffee taste, and a burr grinder. It is completely programmable, but you'll need to add grounds for every pot of coffee you make. Read Full Review

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                                      Cuisinart DGB-650BC Grind-and-Brew Thermal 10-Cup Automatic Coffeemaker, Brushed Metal

                                      Best Drip Coffee Maker:

                                      Drip coffee makers evolved from the practice of putting a paper filter into a cup, filling it with grounds and pouring heated water over the top. The water would drip through the ground coffee and fill the cup with brew. Drip coffee makers became prominent during the 1970's when coffee percolators were at their prime.

                                      The two advantages a drip maker had were they never over-brewed the coffee causing it to turn bitter, and many were made with a pause feature so you could pour a cup out before the brewing process was complete. With a percolator you had to wait until the entire batch of grounds was brewed versus the quicker drip brewers where you could always get a quick cup of coffee, even if you were on the run!

                                      Depending on your taste buds, you may not even taste the difference between a basic drip brewer and one sporting a pressurized shower head, exact water temperature, or whether the water is filtered or tap water. Those higher priced gourmet coffee makers using such technology might technically make a higher standard cup of brew. But, if you can't taste the difference, all those features are just not worth the cost.

                                      Regardless of anything else, if you use inferior or old coffee beans or grounds, no matter what type of coffee maker you have, the coffee will not taste as good. Fresh ground beans always make the best coffee (no matter the drip maker you have) and paper filters absorb some of the essential oils in the grounds during the drip process. So, for best coffee flavor, use a permanent metal filter. Also, distilled water makes superior coffee, so if you want the best coffee from tap water, look for types with a built-in water filter.

                                      We’ve chosen the following drip coffee makers because they’re all equipped with an auto-pause function so you can pour a cup of coffee before the brewing cycle is complete. Each will also have an auto shut-off function which is especially critical if a unit comes with a glass carafe which needs to keep warm by staying on a heated base. If there’s no automatic shut off here, there’s the potential for burning/evaporating the coffee leaving a burnt residue as well as just wasting energy.

                                      Each coffee maker will bring the water temperature up to at least 195 degrees but not hotter than 205 degrees. Cooler water temperatures will not effectively extract the most flavor from the grounds while too hot of a temperature will boil the flavor out of the grounds. Lastly, each coffee maker listed here will be covered by a minimum one year manufacturer’s warranty unless otherwise noted in the review.

                                      Hamilton Beach Two Way Brewer Single Serve and 12-cup Coffee Maker

                                      The Hamilton Beach 49980Z 2-Way Brewer Coffee Maker can brew you either a single serving or a full pot of coffee. This fully programmable drip coffee maker can utilize either pre-measured filter pods or ground coffee, it has an adjustable strength control, and can accommodate a travel mug on the single serve side. Read Full Review

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                                        Hamilton Beach Two Way Brewer Single Serve and 12-cup Coffee Maker

                                        Moccamaster KBG 962 10-Cup Coffee Brewer with Glass Carafe

                                        The Moccamaster KBG 962 10-Cup Coffee Brewer with Glass Carafe makes the best coffee but you will pay a high price of admission for this technology. Handmade brilliance, it shuts off in 100 minutes and gives you the option for the temperature of the heated carafe plate. Read Full Review

                                        Moccamaster KBG 962 10-Cup Coffee Brewer with Glass Carafe

                                        Bunn Thermal Carafe BTXB Coffee Maker

                                        The BUNN BT Velocity Brew is a thermal carafe unit, so once the brewing process has completed, it shuts itself off to save energy. The carafe will keep your coffee hot for about two hours, and it will brew a full pot in about three minutes. Read Full Review

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                                          Bunn Thermal Carafe BTXB Coffee Maker

                                          Mr. Coffee BVMC-SJX33GT Black Coffee Maker (12 Cup)

                                          The Mr. Coffee BVMC-SJX33GT 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker features include a brew strength selector, a water filter that knocks out 97% of the chlorine from tap water, a fully programmable timer with digital display and a glass carafe. either paper or permanent filters and an optional thermal carafe is available so you can save energy and don't have to use the hot plate. Read Full Review

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                                            Mr. Coffee BVMC-SJX33GT Black Coffee Maker (12 Cup)

                                            Hamilton Beach BrewStation Summit 12 Cup Coffeemaker

                                            The Hamilton Beach Summit Ultra 12-Cup Programmable Brewstation Coffee Maker brews an entire pot of coffee and holds it internally, so you can dispense as little or as much as you want into your favorite cup or travel mug. This unit is fully programmable, there is a brew strength adjustment, and a water window on the side so you know when your coffee is running low. Read Full Review

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                                              Hamilton Beach BrewStation Summit 12 Cup Coffeemaker

                                              Best Cold Brew Coffee Maker:

                                              Cold brew coffee is a gourmet’s delight, with even the lowest quality ground beans capable of making a cup of coffee that is world class.  You can prepare this beverage by either pouring water directly over the grounds and allow it to drip into a cup or a carafe, or the more traditional way as you pour water over the grounds and let them steep overnight (or longer, if you prefer). With that process, you’re essentially making coffee concentrate that you store in your refrigerator and use as needed, generally one or two parts concentrate to 4 or 5 parts water, but you can mix that to taste.

                                              Cold brewing uses no electricity, so you can do this anywhere. It makes a sweet cup of coffee because the hot brewing process in coffee machines adds bitters to the taste. Although easier to do than making drip or percolated coffee, it can be more time consuming if you decide to let the grounds steep for any length of time.

                                              We’ve chosen the following best cold brew coffee makers because of their solid construction with BPH-free materials versus some easily damaged cold brewing machines that seem to be more decorative than functional. All of them will have the ability to keep the grounds immersed for extended lengths of time, unlike some pour over units that tout themselves as cold coffee brewers, but they can't give you true coffee concentrate.

                                              These picks will also come with a reusable filter but just remember that even reusable paper filters will absorb some of the essential oils from the coffee. For the best cold brew, always use a permanent metal, cotton or nylon type. Lastly, each of these cold brew systems will be covered by a minimum one year limited warranty from the manufacturer unless otherwise mentioned in the description.

                                              OXO Good Grips Cold Brew Coffee Maker

                                              The OXO Good Grips Cold Brew Coffee Maker allows you to brew up to 40 ounces of coffee concentrate. Drain the brew into the included glass carafe with a switched valve and you can stop the flow to take a cup of concentrate for a quick cup of cold joe. The carafe comes with a stopper to store the coffee concentrate in your refrigerator for up to two weeks. Read Full Review

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                                                OXO Good Grips Cold Brew Coffee Maker

                                                2 Quart Cold Brew Coffee and Iced Tea Maker

                                                The County Line Kitchen 2 Quart Cold Brew Coffee and Iced Tea Maker makes as good of cold brew coffee as anything else, period. The glass mason jar is solid, the stainless steel filter is non-reactive, and the whole brewing process is so simple that virtually anyone can do it. Read Full Review

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                                                  2 Quart Cold Brew Coffee and Iced Tea Maker

                                                  Filtron Pro Cold Water Coffee Concentrate Brewer

                                                  The Filtron Cold Water Coffee Concentrate Brewer is made of durable plastic and would be a safe choice if you have kids or pets. With this pick you can brew 40 ounces of concentrate in a re-sealable carafe for easy storage in your refrigerator. Read Full Review

                                                  Filtron Pro Cold Water Coffee Concentrate Brewer

                                                  Primula Cold Brew Glass Carafe Iced Coffee Maker

                                                  The Primula Cold Brew Glass Carafe Iced Coffee Maker is rated at 50 ounces, but because the filter system resides inside of the carafe, expect about half that in coffee concentrate. It is made to brew in your refrigerator while it sits in a door shelf and comes with a stirring paddle and sealable lid. Read Full Review

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                                                    Primula Cold Brew Glass Carafe Iced Coffee Maker

                                                    EZE Homegoods Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker

                                                    EZE Homegoods Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker Travel Bottle is perfect for a single serve cold coffee drink on your way out the door. The plastic bottle will fit in virtually any travel mug holder inside of a vehicle, and once the filter unit is removed, just add water, screw on the cover, and go. It comes covered by a lifetime warranty. Read Full Review

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                                                      EZE Homegoods Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker

                                                      Best Percolator Coffee Maker:

                                                      People have been making coffee in a modern percolator design since the turn of last century, a simple process which creates a robust coffee not found in any other type of coffee maker; in fact, some will argue the percolator method is the best method for making. Now, we we’re not here to debate taste preferences but if you like percolators this list will give you the best modern ones that are available.

                                                      There are 2 main styles of percolators on the market, some are designed to be used on the stove and allow the burner to heat the water inside, while others utilize an attached electric heater. Corded types use less electricity to get the job done and all of them have an auto shut-off feature when the timed cycle is complete. Stove top percolators rely on you to get the pot off the stove, so that gives you a bit more input into a more robust flavor of your coffee. However, if you allow coffee to perk too long, you'll potentially burn it and sour the taste. For the best in nostalgic percolators, look for those with a glass knob on the top so you can actually see the coffee percolating.

                                                      Until the early 1970's, when drip coffee makers became the go-to coffee maker, percolators ruled the roost. Their main disadvantage (and which still holds true with modern units) is that you have to brew an entire pot before pouring a cup. However, smaller 2 to 4 cup percolators are just about as quick as drip coffee makers, so if speed is an issue a smaller pot would be an ideal alternative. Each of the following picks has a rated capacity using 6 ounces as a guideline. For example, if you have an 8 cup coffee maker, you'll get 8 cups of coffee at 6 ounces each. If you have a standard 8 ounce cup that you fill, you'll only get 6 cups of coffee.

                                                      All of these percolator bodies will be made of non-reactive metal or glass. Although plastic percolators keep coffee hotter with less energy, there’s the question about chemicals leaching from the plastic into the coffee so we won’t be including those types on this list. Also, any coffee maker with aluminum components won't be on this list due to similar concerns.

                                                      Unless noted in the description, each of these percolators will come with a nominal 90 day limited warranty although these electric percolators are so durably made their lifespan can be measured in decades. However, remember that if you forget to put water inside before turning them on, they will burn out quickly.

                                                      Presto 02811 12-Cup Stainless Steel Coffeemaker

                                                      The Presto 02811 12-Cup Stainless Steel Coffee Maker allows you to make between 2 and 12 cups at a time. A signal light goes on when your coffee is ready, it's all stainless and comes with a one year limited warranty. Read Full Review

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                                                        Presto 02811 12-Cup Stainless Steel Coffeemaker

                                                        Rapid Brew Stainless Steel Stovetop Coffee Percolator

                                                        The Rapid Brew Stainless Steel Stovetop Coffee Percolator is incredibly rugged and durable, suitable for your stove top or a camp fire. Made of stainless steel, this stove top coffee maker is ideal for one or two people. Read Full Review

                                                        Rapid Brew Stainless Steel Stovetop Coffee Percolator

                                                        Medelco 8 Cup Glass Stovetop Percolator

                                                        The affordably Medelco 8 Cup Glass Stovetop Percolator is a heat resistant glass bodied stove top percolator that looks as good as the coffee it makes. With a plastic filter basket and percolating tube made of BPA free plastic, this pick suitable for any regular household or camping stove top. Read Full Review

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                                                          Medelco 8 Cup Glass Stovetop Percolator

                                                          FarberWare Percolator FCP240 Coffee Maker

                                                          The Farberware FCP240 Electric Percolator is the fastest brewing coffee maker, electric or stove top, on this list. Although only a two to four cup unit, it's still a very good choice for a couple of people who want their percolated coffee ASAP. Read Full Review

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                                                            FarberWare Percolator FCP240 Coffee Maker

                                                            Nesco CU-30 Professional 6.8-Liter, Stainless Steel Coffee Urn

                                                            Avantco CU30 30 Cup Stainless Steel Coffee Urn is capable of making up to 30 cups (1.1 gallons of coffee) at a time. The body and percolator tube are stainless steel, and the filter basket is made of BPA free plastic. Read Full Review

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                                                              Nesco CU-30 Professional 6.8-Liter, Stainless Steel Coffee Urn
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                                                              • Sam P Sam P

                                                              1) water temp is not ideal2) bottom heating changes the coffee flavor3) cannot stir to get proper blending

                                                              Posted on 9/1/2008 2:45 am | Reply