Cuisinart Grind & Brew 10 Cup Automatic Coffee Maker – Brushed Chrome

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  • 10-Cup automatic coffeemaker with built-in automatic bean grinder
  • Fully programmable with Auto shut off, Brew Pause, 1- to 4-Cup setting, and grind-off option for pre-ground coffee
  • Double-wall thermal stainless-steel carafe keeps coffee hot and fresh. BPA free
  • Includes: Charcoal water filter and permanent gold tone filter ensures only the freshest coffee flavor flows through. Measuring scoop, instruction Booklet



SKU: DGB-650BC Category:


Retire your alarm clock and wake up instead to the rich aroma of freshly ground, just brewed coffee, with the Cuisinart Grind & Brew Automatic Coffeemaker. This deluxe 10-cup model offers the best of Cuisinart’s expert coffeemaking technology to deliver unsurpassed ease of use and rich full-bodied coffee flavor. With streamlined thermal carafe, it’s a beautiful addition to any kitchen.

A perfect addition to any modern kitchen, this 10-cup automatic coffeemaker grinds whole beans right before brewing to produce a fresh and flavorful pot of coffee. The 24-hour fully programmable unit works great for “wake-up” coffee or having coffee ready when it’s time to serve dessert–without getting up from the table. In addition, its brew-pause function makes it simple to sneak a cup before the end of the brewing cycle.

The Grind & Brew Coffeemaker features a separate grinding assembly and filter chamber to make beans easy to add and used grounds easy to remove. A convenient “grind off” control turns the grinder off when preground coffee is used.

Smaller amounts can be brewed without any loss of flavor thanks to the units 1- to 4-cup setting. For added convenience, the coffeemaker provides a large control panel, adjustable automatic shut-off from zero to four hours, and a 10-cup (5 ounces each) double-wall thermal carafe with a generous stay-cool handle and drip-free pouring spout.

Accessories include a gold-tone commercial-style permanent filter and a charcoal water filter for removing impurities. The sleek-looking coffeemaker measures 12 by 9-4/5 by 17-1/2 inches and carries a three-year limited warranty.

A charcoal water filter and a permanent commercial-style gold tone coffee filter allow only pure flavor to flow through, and the popular Brew Pause feature lets you sneak a cup before the cycle is finished.


  • Automatically grinds whole beans before brewing
  • 24-hour fully programmable
  • 10-cup (5 ounces each) double-wall insulated thermal carafe
  • Brew Pause™ feature lets you enjoy a cup before brewing has finished
  • Automatically shuts off when brewing is complete
  • Grind-off feature
  • 1 to 4-cup feature
  • Gold tone commercial style permanent filter
  • Charcoal water filter removes impurities
  • Limited 3-year warranty

Specification: Cuisinart Grind & Brew 10 Cup Automatic Coffee Maker – Brushed Chrome

Weight12 lbs
Dimensions10 × 12 × 18 in






3 reviews for Cuisinart Grind & Brew 10 Cup Automatic Coffee Maker – Brushed Chrome

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  1. Dave and Kym

    This is our third one. Our first one lasted over 6 years and its replacement lasted about 5. For those of you that might be shocked that we would keep buying a thing that needs regular replacement, listen up:This machine allows you to load fresh whole coffee beans into it the night before and then it grinds and brews the coffee just before you wake up. No other manufacturer makes a machine that does this for the very reasonable price of around $100.Is it perfect? No. Is it simple to use? No. Does it require more maintenance and cleaning than a simple basket brewer? Yes. Does it have multiple moving parts that can wear out over time? Yes. Does it produce the absolute best cup of coffee that can be brewed? No. What it does do is to reliably produce a VERY good cup of fresh ground, fresh brewed coffee at a time of your choosing and keep the coffee relatively hot for a few hours without burning it.Most of the complaints I see about this coffeemaker seem to come from people that don’t understand how tools with moving parts that perform multiple sequential processes actually work. With the advent of new technology, I think some of us are spoiled and think that you can just say “Alexa, I want my coffee ready at 6:45am and brew it from freshly ground coffee. Oh, and clean it up afterwards in case I want another pot.”Doing the math, a hundred dollar coffeemaker that lasts 5 years and then dies, brews about 1800 pots of coffee with an equipment cost of about 5 1/2 cents per pot (about a penny per cup). I can live with that.I love this coffeemaker with all its quirks and issues but am forced to give it only 4 stars because Cuisinart needs to do some work on the lid. When it brews, the heat and moisture from the brewing basket are vented up through the grinder and into the lid. Over time, this causes the lid to warp (mostly from the spring-loaded switch on the grinder that presses against the RH side of the lid to make sure it’s closed). I was able to buy more time on both machines by epoxying a tiny nail into the hollow tube that depresses the lockout switch, making it extend about 1/16” longer. Many people will be unable to do this.CUISINART: Fix the dang lid. I’m buying another but this is your last chance!All in all, this is one of the coolest and most versatile coffeemakers on the market today.

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  2. Giraffe

    I had an older model of this and it lasted about 3 years. When it went, thought I would try the new model since it looks more modern and perhaps improved? Well……..The GOODThere is SO MUCH to like about this coffee maker. I find it easy to use and easy to clean. I like setting it up the night before and waking up to great coffee. I also like that I have complete control over the strength of the coffee, the fact that it has a small charcoal filter for the water chamber, and that it’s BPA free. Some people have complained the coffee maker is loud, but this one’s not quite as loud as the previous model, and it doesn’t bother me.The BADThis one only lasted about 4 months before having a problem that required replacement. The top hatch where the coffee beans go became warped (this was the diagnosis from Cuisinart over the phone as if they’d seen this problem before) although it didn’t look warped. This caused the appliance to think it wasn’t closed, or that it was missing a part, and it wouldn’t function. Even though all parts were in and the lid was snapped shut, it would beep when I pushed the on button and then would not function. Incidentally, if this ever happens to yours, you can put something heavy on top of it like a cast iron pan, but of course that’s pretty risky. This is what we did while we waited for the replacement. At first I tried heavy duty packing tape on the lid but it didn’t hold because of condensation – it needed something heavy.So ok, at least we have a 3-year warranty, right? Well, they charge $10 to send you a new one and you have to send back the defective one at your cost. These are the rules of the limited warrantly. They waived the $10 outbound fee for me because I sqawked about it (remember, 4 months in!) So I thought how bad can returning it be (ground shipping) since there’s no rush? I packed it up and brought it to UPS. Their quote was $30. I left and went to USPS and it was $25. So if I’d had to pay the 10 bucks too, we’re talking $35 to replace an $80 item I bought only 4 mo. ago, which kind of burned me up.There appears to be an update on the lid of the new one. There is a square component added to the plastic arm that comes down from the lid and meets up with the close switch below it. So that’s the good news for anyone purchasing now or in the future (I hope). I’ve tried to show this in the pictures. The straight, cylinder piece is the one that malfunctioned. The one with a rectangle at the top is the replacement. This doesn’t seem like a very significant engineering difference, but here’s hoping the updated one lasts.So it seems like this is probably a known issue with the device, however Cuisinart stands by their limited warranty which means you have to return your defective item on your dime. Talking with a supervisor didn’t change the course at all. I’ve been crazy loyal to this brand (we have 3 or 4 Cuisinart appliances in our kitchen) but this experience will have me looking at this brand more cautiously going forward.

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  3. Chumledo

    I purchased this particular coffee maker almost 3 years ago. It is also not my first Cuisinart Grind and Brew coffee maker purchase. When this coffe maker works, it is fabulous and brews a lovely cup of coffee. The problem with this product is durability. At some point, the pump in the water reservoir will stop working. It will shut off and refuse to complete the brewing cycle. Troubleshooting will not solve the problem. This particular coffee maker has been replaced 2 times under the 3-year-limited-warranty. Each time, Cuisinart has shipped out a new unit, but the shipping costs for the (required) return of the defective unit is on the consumer (and not inexpensive). In addition, Cuisinart bills the consumer for the shipping costs of the replacement unit. All in all, my original purchase of a $99.00 coffee maker has actually cost me over $190.00 for the first 3 years of operation. I am not impressed. I had similar issues with my first Cuisinart Grind and Brew coffee maker purchase too. They never last for more than a year or so.

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