Cuisinart SS-15 Coffee Maker and Single-Serve Brewer
- 12-cup glass carafe with stainless steel handle. Material: Metal
- Brew Strength Control – select BOLD for stronger coffee flavor. BPA free
- Gold-tone coffee filter lets only pure coffee flavor flow through.UC Cubic Feet: 1.26
- Single-Serve serving sizes: 6, 8, 10 oz; Charcoal water filter
- Includes Cuisinart’s Home Barista Reusable Filter Cup which lets you use your own coffee, K-Cup pod compatible as well
Everything You Need, in One! Featuring a fully programmable 12-cup coffeemaker on one side and single-serve coffeemaker on the other with the option of 6, 8, or 10 oz. brew size.
HomeBarista Reusable Filter Cup Includes a reusable filter cup so you can enjoy making a single serving using your favorite coffee grounds.
Serve a Crowd or Serve One! Brew a carafe of up to 12 cups for a group OR brew a single-serve coffee for one.
Control Panel Fully Automatic with 24-hour programmability, self-clean, Bold coffee option, temperature control, and auto off (0-4 hours).
Cuisinart Coffee Bar Sample Pack- Featuring Recyclable Capsules! Cuisinart offers 3 coffee capsule varieties to choose from; Medium Roast, Dark Roast, or French Vanilla.
Our capsules are recyclable! Simply brew your favorite roast, wait for capsule to cool, remove filter from outer cup with pre-cut tab, throw outer cup in recycle bin and compost your grounds!
Removable Water Reservoir and Drip Tray The single serve side features.
Specification: Cuisinart SS-15 Coffee Maker and Single-Serve Brewer
|Dimensions||10 × 11 × 14 in|
10 Cup, 12 Cup
Go Blue! –
After using a $20 coffeemaker for the last 20 years, we decided to upgrade our home coffeemaker. This particular model with the two methods of brewing looked like a great choice. When we received it, we completed all the setup instructions and registrations, as suggested in the product literature. The 12-cup side worked fine, but the single serve side was completely dysfunctional. Immediately, before the single-serve side was officially used, we noticed water was leaking from the reservoir onto our counter. Then, when we did use it for the first time, we got only one usable cup of coffee. The next cup brewed ended up all over our counter, complete with the coffee grounds. Cuisinart offered zero support, when asked.If you are going to spend this amount of money on anything, it should work perfectly, as advertised, immediately. We are returning this for a refund and will go back to our faithful $20 coffeemaker. I doubt we will consider another Cuisinart product.
Gerald Post –
My wife and I have been using this for about a month now. I usually make one 10oz cup thru the k-cup feature every day and my wife makes a cup every other day thru the mini basket. By that I mean she also uses the k-cup feature however puts her own coffee grounds in the removable mini basket. I have made a pot of coffee once and there are no complaints. There is only one hiccup. To insert the mini basket you first need to take the k-cup insert out, no problem. You then insert the mini basket with your coffee and start the brewing cycle, no problem. Usually I would think most people not in a hurry would remove the mini basket and clean out the grounds, no problem. My wife, bless her heart, then replaces the k-cup insert so it’s ready for me. Here is where there is a problem. There are two white arrows inside the k-cup side of the machine. One is on the k-cup insert and the other is on the machine it self. These two arrows NEED to be lined up. The manufacturer decided to place these two white arrows toward the back of the coffee maker, thus making it a little difficult to see. If you don’t line up these two white arrows, the machine will allow you to put it in backwards, close the lid and fire it up. The result is your k-cup foil lid punctured incorrectly and there are coffee grounds or tea or hot chocolate all over the inside of the machine. It’s not something you can ignore and use it again right away, you must clean up the mess first. This happened twice now. It’s frustrating getting out the Q-tips to clean out the pockets of coffee stuck in the machine. So, unless you enjoy telling someone they made a mistake again, look twice at the “White Arrows” before passing go. P.S. This is my first review ever, all in all I would definitely recommend this product. :-)Cuisinart SS-15 12-Cup Coffee Maker and Single-Serve Brewer, Stainless Steel
So I read all of the reviews before I bought this, and a number of them weren’t good… I really wanted the coffeemaker and have been happy with cuisinarts before, so I went for it… I have to say that after reading and following the instructions and trying every option for brewing it offers, this is the best and most versatile coffeemaker I have ever owned in my life… it does it all,… does it perfectly,… and makes great coffee and works perfectly… definitively worth the price.