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    Whats a good coffee maker for less than 100? for the parents.

    Hi guys.

    Well the parents want a coffee maker they use to have a BUN coffee maker which made coffee super fast and my dad seems to believe super fast coffee means its a good coffee maker.

    So does anyone recommend a good coffee maker, with "good" meaning it makes coffee fast and has one of those tanks you fill up with a ton of water so you don't have to keep putting in water every time you want to make a pot of coffee for less than 100 bucks?

    The old coffee maker my dad took apart and now it doesn't work once he put it back together ha.

    Thanks!


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    #2
    I don't know of any specific coffee makers. But if you find a good
    one that is too expensive, check some places like overstock.com
    for a better price.

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      #3
      If it 'ain't' broke why fix it? How about another BUNN coffee maker? Krups is a name you see often in high end places, but it's doubtful you'll find one under $100.
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        #4
        Juan Valdez?

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          #5
          I love my cuisinart products. Bunn does make the fastest pot of any coffeemaker though.
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            #6
            Well my dad thinks there has to be better coffee makers out there. Well thats what he told my mom, and my mom told me hah.

            Thanks for the tips!
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              #7
              The Bunns pour out hot water as fast as you pour in cold. I think that is what you're talking about? They are great.
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                #8
                The best tasting and simplest method of production, IMO, is a Bodum french press. All you need is boiling water and grounds. Add some half and half and sugar and you have the richest, most flavorful coffee you could ask for.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by gpbullock
                  The best tasting and simplest method of production, IMO, is a Bodum french press. All you need is boiling water and grounds. Add some half and half and sugar and you have the richest, most flavorful coffee you could ask for.
                  Word, but Cory's set to give em what the parents want. They don't want an education on the best manual way to make coffee; they want an "automatic" coffee making appliance.

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                    #10
                    My first BUNN broke when I broke my neck(it was 7 years old). I loved that coffee pot. I have a new BUNN now, but it started to leak a few weeks ago. Some phantom kept turning off the warming feature off. I have since gotten both annoyances to stop, but still wary of the leaking.



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                      #11
                      Hi, I don't have much basis for comparison, but I've had a Cuisinart 10 cup grind/brew machine - you can start with whole beans or ground - for about 3 yrs. and I'm happy with it - and I think you can probably find for < $100 - not sure about $.

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                        #12
                        Only cuz I like ya..........

                        http://www.kohls.com/kohlsStore/kitc...ffee+Maker.jsp

                        I have this pot and freekin love it!!!! The coffee is ready as it brews, so you can get a cup in a minute or two. Plus there's no pouring from a decanter, you just put your mug underneath and press it against the dispenser. Not having to pour minimizes the risk of my, no-balance-having-self, from spilling coffee all over the kitchen!

                        Dave
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                          #13
                          I have this Cuisinart... http://www.cuisinart.com/catalog/pro...d=552&cat_id=3

                          I love it, I found it at BJ's for about $55. My only gripe is the black stainless shows every fingerprint, smudge, etc. But, there are other color choices.
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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Herco16
                            Only cuz I like ya..........

                            http://www.kohls.com/kohlsStore/kitc...ffee+Maker.jsp

                            I have this pot and freekin love it!!!! The coffee is ready as it brews, so you can get a cup in a minute or two. Plus there's no pouring from a decanter, you just put your mug underneath and press it against the dispenser. Not having to pour minimizes the risk of my, no-balance-having-self, from spilling coffee all over the kitchen!

                            Dave
                            Herco, I heard these were a pain in the arse to clean. True???
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                              #15
                              Originally posted by nicci65
                              Herco, I heard these were a pain in the arse to clean. True???
                              Not at all. I just wipe out the coffee holding part with every pot, and the intake area once in a while.

                              Dave
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