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Applica DCM18S Coffeemaker, 171 x 173 x 260 mm, 1270 g Kaffee-Maschine
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1. Lower Cost per use - use your own bulk coffee
2. More customization - add enough coffee to your liking
3. Larger cup size - this thing will pump out about 16oz; the size depends on how much water you pour into the machine
4. Use of filter - I found cutting filters to size works out best for me. The re-useable filter allowed too much coffee to flow through and I had grounds at the bottom of my coffee cup. I use a fine Kirkland brand coffee.
5. Pretty fast, it starts to operate within a few seconds of hitting the start button
6. Reduces packaging waste
7. Pours into my own cup usually a large traveler or mug
8. Easy clean up, I simply throw away (dump out) the paper filter and rinse out the plastic retainer
9. Low cost of coffee maker - this thing costs about the same as the additional do-it-yourself filter adaptor for the Keurig
1. Water reservoir could be a little larger (but, it's already pretty large)
2. Space between maker could be larger to accommodate a taller travel mug - I pour my large coffee mug into a Nissan travel mug
3. Grounds sometime hit the water dispenser at the top of the maker making cleaning necessary (when using my own fine filter)
I feel that the coffee tastes better than the Keurig (plus I like my coffee strong - so I probably use a little more than the single serve size), I think this is because the coffee is allowed to float in the hot water paper filter absorbing more coffee flavor. I will post some pictures of the filter. This coffee maker offers a great cost benefit ratio - to all the cost conscience, this is a no brainer - unless the time and convenience factor start to weigh in a LITTLE more. I will adjust the review if reliability becomes an issue.
It's been a week and it has already saved me $30 from getting coffee from the coffee shop every day. It has already paid for itself and is now saving me money!!! I'm loving this little machine... seriously.
I bought this knowing that there were many complaints that the coffee maker doesn't last very long. Some people said it lasted a year, some a few months. So I know it won't last forever. When I looked at a few other mini coffee makers, they had the same issue as well, not lasting very long.
Just buying this is like buying 4 to 8 cups of coffee at a coffee shop. You get quality assurance doing it yourself making sure all the ingredients are fresh and to your liking. This is a big issue for me due to a fragile immune system.
It was a no-brainer for me. Do it myself. Save money. Save time. Keep my counter space manageable.
If I need to buy another in a few months. I've already got the money saved.
Still doing great! No problems at all. Still saving money.
At some point I thought that the mug that comes with the machine was going bad because there was a moldy or sometimes soapy smell coming from it when I drank out of the lid. I thought I was going to have to buy a new travel mug. When I looked into the price, it cost as much as this unit or more. So I was determined to figure this thing out because it has become so handy for me travelling from home to work.
Here's a big tip, that lid has two openings. One is a tiny sliver for you to drink out of and the other is a tiny hole designed to let air escape to allow you to drink out of the spout while your cup doesn't loose too much heat.
1. You'll want to make sure to run a firm stream of water through that hole to rinse out any trapped coffee or soap. That should get rid of any weird smells.
2. Place a piece of tape over that little hole and your coffee will be less likely to spill out everything if you are on the move. Remove the tape when you want to drink again.
I hope that is helpful. I will update again...
I love how compact it is, and the fact I can keep it on the counter in my tiny kitchen and still be able to use the counter it's sitting on for other cooking projects. When I use ground coffee I actually put it in a full sized paper coffee filter and press the edges down around the edges, and I'm able to brew several cups out of the same little 'pod' off coffee I've made. I sometimes use store bought pods of coffee in this machine with no problem, and I occasionally can still use K-cups, though I cut them open and manage to use the ground coffee in two or three additional handmade 'pods' that I put together myself to get different taste varieties of coffee.
Now that I've been using it this long, the 'permanent filter' is nearing it's way out of the picture...but I'm finding it difficult to find the replacement size I need for a price that makes sense. I may end it retiring the machine soon if I can't locate a reusable filter to replace what's left of my current one, but otherwise it still works well for the most part. I drink a LOT of coffee throughout the day, and this machine has been sturdy enough to be able to handle all my brewing tactics. Great buy if you're looking for an affordable coffee machine that is able to fit in small spaces but still provide a moderate quality cup of coffee.
(NOTE: I thought I posted this review after I purchased the machine, but realized while looking for part numbers today that no review was posted...so here you go :))