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Cuisinart DCC-3200P1 PerfecTemp 14-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker with Glass Carafe, Stainless Steel?

A total of 8 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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9th Feb 2021

I always liked this one when we were making coffee that way. Programmable so you can have it ready when your feet hit the floor.

1 point

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19th Dec 2021

I got this one albeit with the thermal carafe about a month ago and the auto setting works great. Very happy so far.

Cuisinart DCC-3200P1 Perfectemp Coffee Maker, 14 Cup Progammable with Glass Carafe, Stainless Steel https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MVWGQX0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_EV8ADDD1AE5VAD0R5GN0

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21st Feb 2021

Newbie question!

I’ve used basic drip coffee makers for the 5 years or so I’ve drank coffee. Most recently this machine that I’ve been satisfied with until the base started leaking this week.

Before I buy another machine, I’m curious on what more is out there, but how does everyone find out if another machine is actually worth the money (i.e., if I can taste the difference over a $50-$100 drip machine)? I’m seeing everything from $150-$300 machines recommended around here (e.g., Bonavita or Moccamaster), but I’m stumped on if it’s worth spending the money.

For what it’s worth, I drink my coffee with a good bit of vanilla almond milk creamer, so lots of filler and maybe it’d be hard to taste any difference. On the machine side, I enjoy setting it up the night before and having coffee ready to go in the morning, so that’s very important.

Related: any particular recommendations for a drip machine that I can set the night before?

1 point

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4th Jan 2021

I have a Cuisinart DCC3200 and would like to get a better machine, ideally SCAA certified.

I have contacted Bonavita about their Metropolitan and BV1500TS (5-cup) which are both meant for smaller brews around 20oz (they confirmed) and both are not SCAA certified. They did say that brewing under this amount would lead to cooler temperatures and underextraction. This is also the same reason why I am not particularly considering their 8 cup model, the BV1900TS in that it is not apparently intended for smaller brews. Also, I remember reading on the sub that you ideally want Bonavita’s filter basket to be “hanging” instead of attached for significant convenience.

Are there any recommended machines in that approximate $100-120 range that are good for smaller brews? Ideally, it’d have a timer function so I can use it in the early AM post-covid when I have to leave for work, but if not, I can attach it to a smartplug if need be and run an Alexa routine.

Literally the only one that seems to be for small brews is the Moccamaster One Cup. It was recently on sale for $175 so more than I’d like to spend, but I’d be willing to consider it if it would yield significantly better brews than my Cuisinart. It does use #1 filters or something to that extent, so I wouldn’t be able to get my cheap #4 filters from TJs.

Are there any other options?

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14th Oct 2020

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29th Sep 2019

Just bought a standard no frills Coffee Maker for breakfast with the family. What would be a good type of coffee to appease the masses?

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28th Aug 2019

Thanks so much for your comment! I had no idea there were so many options, and soooo many expensive machines. I’ve narrowed it down to these two. Any thoughts?

Cuisinart DCC-3200 14-Cup Glass Carafe with Stainless Steel Handle Programmable Coffeemaker, Silver https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MVWGQX0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_veHzDb1YHCZ7Z

Ninja 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker with Classic and Rich Brews, 60 oz. Water Reservoir, and Thermal Flavor Extraction (CE201), Black/Stainless Steel https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07FDNBSNS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_2eHzDb72ZYANJ