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Product Description

The Technivorm Moccamaster KBT741 is one tall drink of water. The KBT741 has a thermal container to keep brewed coffee at the optimal temperature. It is one of the few drip coffee makers certified by the Specialty Coffee Association of America to brew at optimal temperatures. Taste the difference side-by-side and you will see what we mean. Constructed in the Netherlands, the Technivorm Moccamaster is a precision coffee brewing machine.

Features & Functionality of the Technivorm Moccamaster KBT741

  • Brewing Temperature - Brewing temperature between 198-205°F and holding temperature between 176-185°F meeting the requirements of the ECBC/SCAE/SCAA
  • State of the Art Brewing - Nine-hole spray head wets the grounds in the filter basket during the brew cycle. Brew cycle completes in five to six minutes. Filter holder has hand operated filter stop.
  • Heavy Duty Boiler - Durable copper element with dual safety guard
  • Easy Filter Options - Can be used with a reusable Swiss Gold cone filter or can use disposable paper filters
  • Water Level - The Moccamaster KBT741 has an easy to read water level container
  • Thermal Carafe - Includes a thermal carafe that keeps the coffee fresh and hot. Indicator light shows when the carafe is in correct position to start brew cycle. Includes the brew through lid and the closed top travel lid.
  • Colors - Available in Black or Polished Silver
Pros
  • It Brews Hot Enough - One of the few coffee makers that brews at an optimal 200°F and is certified by the SCAA (Specialty Coffee Association of America)
  • Great Tasting Coffee - Drip coffee is 'sooooo' much better when brewed at the correct temperature and with the right equipment. True coffee love, taste the difference!
  • Thermal Carafe - Includes a thermal carafe that keeps the coffee fresh and hot without burning the coffee which can easily happen with a glass carafe and hot plate warming design
  • Built Right - This is one of the most durable and best quality coffee brewers we have ever tested, and it's clearly built to last.
Cons
  • Expensive - The KBT741 is more expensive to purchase than other models however it is designed to last longer, and taste better!
  • Industrial Design - The KBT741 has a larger more industrial design that may not be to everyone's liking or kitchen design aesthetic.
Ease of Use 5
Ease of Care and Maintenance 5
Overall Value for the Money 5
How Does it Compare?

We have numerous comparison videos, and you know we love this one, but your needs may vary.

A Note About Coffee & Cups

Let us break it down for you: Although 8 ounces equals a cup in the baking world, a US cup of coffee is measured at 6 ounces and a European cup of coffee is measured at 4.25 ounces. This is why we sometimes list ounces to paint a more accurate picture of capacity.

Tips and Tricks

The Technivorm KBT741 can "pre-infuse" by moving the brew pause lever down for around 30 seconds before brewing. Be sure to move the lever back to the open position to avoid a messy situation.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Technivorm
Model Number KBT741
Width 11 inches
Depth 6.25 inches
Height 15 inches
Watts 1400 watts
Volts 110 volts
Size 10 cup
Reservoir Size 42 ounces
Max/Min Ounces per Pot 42 ounces maximum
Warm Up: Brew Time 5 minutes
Mid-Brew Interrupt Yes
Programmability No
Available Carafe Styles Stainless Steel

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I have the KBT-741 as well as a Baratza Virtuoso (the one with the preciso burrs), and I'm having a bit of a hard time getting it all 'set up' just right; I've read that some people 'steep' the coffee before opening the filter basket (letting the grounds get wet for 30 to 60 seconds) while some others don't, and I've heard people suggest everything from a fairly fine grind to a fairly coarse grind for a Technivorm.

Can anyone give a fairly definitive "steep for X and grind on this setting" suggestion? An actual 'number' suggestion for my Virtuoso would be great. Many thanks!
A shopper on Dec 2, 2012
how can I clean the water receptacle? Mine seems greasy-- we use water softener as we have hard well water. Coffee taste does not seem affected but the receptacle is cloudy and has bits of who knows what stuck on its sides
A shopper on May 28, 2014
Best Answer: We recommend cleaning coffeemakers like this Technivorm KBT741 with a cleaner such as Cleancaf. This product can be dissolved into a tankful of water and run through the machine as though you are brewing without coffee grounds. If the residue in your tank seems persistent, then you can let the solution sit in your tank for 20 minutes or so.

http://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/cleancaf-coffee-machine-cleaner
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on May 29, 2014
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After brewing, there is quite a bit of water in the moccamaster body(not in the water container), that I have to drain by turning the machine upside down to drain the residual water. Is this normal?
A shopper on Aug 1, 2013
Best Answer: My maker does not leave any extra water. I would assume your water issue is not normal but I only have experience with my one machine
Reply · Report · John F on Aug 1, 2013
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Hello,
I want to replace a Cuisinart Extreme Brew, that I purchased less than six months ago, with a Technivorm KBT741. The Cuisinart coffee is not hot enough (with cream added in a non-heated cup) unless at least 3/4 of a pot is brewed AND the thermos is pre-warmed w/ very hot tap water, and it is only luke warm in 45 minutes. Will I have similar heat issues with the Technivorm?
Thank You,
Brett
Brett O on Oct 23, 2012
Best Answer: The Technivorms brew super hot, between 198-205 degrees. However, you will always get a hotter brew if you follow the suggested tip of pre-heating the thermal carafe. The advantage to a glass carafe is the heated plate, and you can use the half-heat button on any glass carafe Technivorm in order to heat without burning your brew.
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Oct 27, 2012
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Do I need to periodically clean the machine with white vinegar?
Margaret H on Dec 5, 2014
Best Answer: Funny you should ask...we have not cleaned it yet. We have had it since the end of October and have gone through more than 100 pots. We do clean the carafe daily as well as the other parts of the carafe. Since our water is filtered already, this may be the reason we are having no problems. One thing we found out however through another user, after all is finished brewing, cleaning up, etc., nearly a cup of water remains in the reservoir, that you cannot see. That was news to me this morning. My wife said she has emptied this and has also left it, without a difference in test or quality either way.
Reply (1) · Report · Joseph B on Dec 6, 2014
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My stainless steel carafe has some coffee stain/build-up on the bottom. I have used cleancaf and Descal and let it sit all day and then used a bottle cleaner (bristle brush) as best I could but a lot of the staining is still there. Any suggestions?

(I rarely leave coffee in it = it might be in there for 3 hours but 95% of the time wash it immediately. Yes, 5% of the time it has been left all day)
Jeffrey G on Oct 25, 2013
Best Answer: Denture tablets.
Reply (1) · Report · D. C on Oct 29, 2013
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If I want to brew two back to back pots, do I have to turn the machine off and wait a few minutes between brews?
A shopper on May 31, 2014
Best Answer: I've never tried brewing two back to back pots, but my best guess would be "Yes", you would have to shut off the machine, but do not need to wait a few minutes between as the cold water would cool off the mechanism to activate the next cycle. A simple flip of the switch (off and on again) signals the machine to begin. Good luck.
Reply · Report · Sonja H on Jun 3, 2014
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How long does the thermal carafe keep coffee warm, versus the glass carafe?
courtney l on Aug 7, 2013
Best Answer: I can't speak for the glass carafe, but the thermal carafe stayed hot for approximately 4 hours. I made coffee for breakfast, preheated the thermal carafe with hot water as instructed, used the "Brew-Through-Lid" to reduce heat loss then switched to the regular lid to retain the temperature. At lunch, when we wanted a second cup, it was almost the same temperature as when brewed! The reason we purchased the thermal carafe instead of the glass style was to eliminate the liquid from evaporating while setting on the "keep warm" element and changing the flavor of the coffee.
Reply · Report · Sonja H on Sep 4, 2013
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can the carafe be put in the dishwasher?
ljane on Aug 2, 2013
Best Answer: I haven't done this and wouldn't recommend doing so unless the manufacturer gives the okay. The carafe is double-walled and relies on a tight seal to maintain heat retention properties. Getting water between the walls would probably decrease the insulation. Good luck
Reply · Report · Natalie H on Sep 1, 2013
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can this machine brew 2 cups? approximately 10oz?
A shopper on May 26, 2013
Best Answer: This would work fine. Just measure water amount into water reservoir and add appropriate amt of coffee with filter. You may wish to turn the drip off for about 30 seconds to saturate grounds then open for flow if you're a purist. Enjoy!
Reply · Report · Natalie H on Jun 16, 2013
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Our carafe has water sloshing around between the stainless outside shell and the inside. Any ideas on how to remove this water?
A shopper on Jan 20, 2014
Best Answer: That sounds odd. We have had our original Tecnivorm for several years and have not heard of that. Our most recent purchase was a gift for family. They have not shared that concern. I suggest they bring it back to your shop for inspection.
Reply · Report · Scott J on Jan 21, 2014
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I'm getting bitter or tangy coffee. I'm using filtered cold water the proper filters. I've tried 4 different types of coffee from Twilight to Dunkin Donuts. I've also tried full and half pots. What gives?
Steven M on Dec 4, 2013
Best Answer: Funny same thing happens to us from time to time. I thought we had a bad batch of coffee.
Reply · Report · John H on Dec 4, 2013
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Will this brew a good 16oz cup or should I get the 8 cup model? I do make a larger quantity on week ends when my husband will drink a mug, but most of the time I just brew for myself
Shari V on Sep 25, 2013
Best Answer: 8 cup is really about 5--they figure on 4 ounces per cup. So I would get the larger unit. You can adjust and make less coffee if you want.--if you make for 4, you will get two plus cups of strong coffee....
Reply · Report · richard b on Oct 21, 2013
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Can the technivorms also be used to heat water for tea without passing water through an area that may have coffee residue?
Sean M on Aug 21, 2013
Best Answer: I suppose so, but it might be tricky and risky for burns. Cold water is poured into the clear reservoir with markings on the left. It then boils and rises up and across a stainless steel 'arm' which drips over grounds in black cone. Conceivably, you could catch the hot water at this point, but might need one hand to hold the mug and one hand to depress a button near the carafe base to trick the machine into thinking the carafe is in place so that water heating continues. Probably better to use a kettle or microwave if you're just boiling water--lots cheaper, too.
Reply · Report · Natalie H on Sep 30, 2013
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What if I need a new receptacle that holds the filter and coffee.(parts?????)
Ted K on Feb 18, 2015
Best Answer: We do carry some external Technivorm parts such as the brew basket, spray arm, and replacement carafe. Those can be found here:

https://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/parts?manufacturer=Technivorm

For other parts, you may need to contact Technivorm directly, 855-662-2200, but Technivorm carries a 5 year warranty, and these machines seem to really stand up to time!
Reply · Report · Stephanie AStaff on Feb 22, 2015
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Is KBT741 the latest model?
A shopper on Sep 2, 2014
Best Answer: No, the newer Technivorm thermal carafe models offer an automatic drip stop, meaning when you remove the carafe the brew basket stops the flow so you can pour a cup. This KBT741, on the other hand, offers a toggle switch that must be moved to open or close the flow through the brew basket should you want to pour a cup before the machine is done brewing. The newer automatic drip stop model Technivorms are the KBGT and CDGT, found at the links below:

http://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/technivorm-thermo-moccamaster-kbgt-741

http://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/technivorm-thermal-coffee-brewer-cdgt-polished-silver
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Sep 3, 2014
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Does the water container need a filter? What keeps the arm from becoming calcified?
A shopper on Jun 29, 2014
Best Answer: There is not a water filter available for the Technivorm coffeemakers and so we recommend using filtered water and descaling with a product like Dezcal about once every 2-3 months to prevent the unit from becoming calcified.

http://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/dezcal-coffee-espresso-machine-descaler
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Jun 30, 2014
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Question: I would like to purchase the Technivorm KBT 741 but when I've checked the specs, some sites say the height is 15" and some say it's 15.4". I would like to know the actual precise height measurement as even 1/4" makes a big difference. The space I need to fit it under is only 15.5" high.

Can anyone give me the precise measurement? Thanks!
A shopper on Apr 25, 2014
Best Answer: With the lid included, the total height on this KBT741 is 15 1/4 inches.
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Apr 28, 2014
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Do you remove and fill the water tank? Or pour in water from a pitcher or the carafe? Thanks.
A shopper on Apr 24, 2014
Best Answer: The water tank is not removable on the Technivorm and so you will pour water into it from a pitcher or a carafe.
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Apr 24, 2014
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is the only difference from the KBT741 and the CDGT the style?
A shopper on Mar 7, 2014
Best Answer: The Technivorm CDGT has the auto drip stop, meaning if you pull the carafe out mid brew, the flow of coffee will stop, allowing you to pour a cup before the until has finished brewing. The KBT741 has a manual drip stop, meaning that before you pull out the carafe, you need to flip the toggle switch on the brew basket to stop the flow of liquid before you remove the carafe. The manual drip stop version, the KBT741, also allows you to put the toggle switch into a half position to slow down the flow of liquid for brewing a half pot, when you'd use half the amount of grounds and water, while the CDGT does not. Hope this clarifies!
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Mar 7, 2014
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I dropped the Techvorm Moccamaster basket and although the switch with the circles is ok, theothe two pieces dislodged, but did not break. Can anyone take a photo of the bottom of the basked to show the orientation of the metal piece to the loose plastic piece and to the stopper circle switch piece? I could buy a new basket, but this just disassembled. I can't get the orientation right. Thanks.
Harvey A on Mar 3, 2014
Best Answer: Unfortunately we can't post customer pictures here, and the basket is tricky to put back together even with photos. I have included a few helpful descriptions customers have posted regarding putting their baskets back together below, but it may be time to consider a new basket, which can be found here:

http://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/technivorm-brew-basket-with-manual-adjust-drip-stop-for-kbt-cdt-kbts-and-kb-741-models

Andrea R: Assuming that all parts are disconnected, first assemble the part that stops the flow of coffee (the one with the circular rubber gasket). It more or less sits in a cradle. Then, place the long "L" end of the spring in the plastic slide (it'll only fit one way). Then, slide the plastic part with the metal spring assembled into place while holding the spring so that it will not get caught on the rubber tip of the gasket. Once it is over the top of the tip, as it slides into place, it creates the necessary tension to provide a proper fit as the plastic slide opens and closes. I hope this is helpful Feb 9, 2014

James R: The spring has an end with a small right angle bend in it. Hold the spring with the angle facing down. Facing the control slider, insert the spring into the square opening below the slider from the outside and press the right angle into the small crack at the bottom of the basket. This is easier said than done, but with a bit of effort and probably more than a few tries, it can be done. Good luck. Feb 4, 2014
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Mar 3, 2014
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Are they still making the model with the manual drip control? The KBT. Or is the KBGT model with the auto drop stop completely replacing it?
Charles W on Jan 21, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, Technivorm is still making both models, and I have not heard that the KBGT will be replacing the KBT.
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Jan 22, 2014
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Do you include the cleaning tablets. Is it best to use vinegar?
Sherris M on Dec 26, 2013
Best Answer: There are not cleaning tablets to use with the Technivorm machines, but you will want to use a descaler and cleaner on them rather than vinegar, which can harm the internals of the machine over time. A product like Cleancaf cleans coffee oils and descales, while a descaler like Dezcal removes mineral build up.

http://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/cleancaf-coffee-espresso-machine-cleaner-descaler

http://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/dezcal-espresso-machine-descaler
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Dec 28, 2013
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Does the KBT741 come with an extra lid for after brewing? Thank you. Sherris Molloy.
Sherris M on Dec 26, 2013
Best Answer: Yes, the Technivorm KBT741 comes with both a brew through lid as well as a travel lid for keeping the coffee hot.
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Dec 28, 2013
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I want to buy a machine of this quality, but I don't want my coffee or hot water in contact with any plastic parts...any recs?
chris p on Dec 7, 2013
Best Answer: Unfortunately we do not offer any coffeemakers that are completely free of plastic, as they all have plastic grounds baskets that will come into contact with hot water. Though we offer a few models that are BPA free, there are still plastic parts that will touch hot water in all of our drip makers. Your best bet would be a separate hot water kettle, like the Bonavita Gooseneck Variable Temperature Kettle, and an all glass Chemex or a porcelain pour over. I have included a few links below for you to take a look:

http://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/bonavita-electric-gooseneck-variable-temperature-kettle

http://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/chemex-glass-handle-coffee-maker-2-6-cup

http://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/bonavita-v-style-dripper-2-4
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Dec 7, 2013
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How many ounces of coffee does it brew at a time?
cheryl m on Nov 16, 2013
Best Answer: This Technivorm Moccamaster KBT741 brews up to 42 ounces per pot.
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Nov 16, 2013
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Ive had a techni vorm moccamaster for about a year now.
Is there any maintenance needed.
Does this unit have a water filter in the reservoir ?
If so does it need to be replaced ?
I have lost my original owners manual.
Where would I get maintenance instructions ?
paul s on Sep 15, 2013
Best Answer: We recommend doing a cleaning/descaling of your Technivorm with Cleancaf regularly, about once every 2-3 months. There is no water filter for these units that would need to be replaced. We have some user manuals online as well as some other info on the Technivorms that you can find by clicking the link below:

http://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/learn/resources-by-manufacturer/technivorm-resources

Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Sep 16, 2013
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Do any of the Tecnivorm machines make more than one cup of coffee at a time?
anya k on Jun 18, 2013
Best Answer: Yes, all of the Technivrom machines brew a carafe at a time, so 8-10 cups depending on which version we offer you're looking at. This is a total of 32-40 ounces at a time.
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Jun 18, 2013
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Does the carafe have a lid? When I look at pictures online, I don't see that it does.

Thanks
A shopper on Apr 19, 2013
Best Answer: Yes, the Technivorm machines with thermal carafes come with both the brew thru and travel lids.
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Apr 20, 2013
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What is the difference between a set up like this, and a pour over coffee set up? Is it just that you can make more coffee and your temperature of the water more constant?
kphacker on Apr 5, 2013
Best Answer: Yes, I agree with the idea that using a Technivorm versus a basic pour over set up allows you to make a larger quantity of coffee with a more constant temperature. A pour over set up has a number of additional factors, like pour of the water, rate of flow, etc, that the user is in control of and can potentially alter. This may be a positive, as in a regular pour over you have more control, or a negative, as the user may effect things and cause imperfect flavors. Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Apr 8, 2013
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How exactly does this make coffee?
A shopper on Nov 19, 2012
Best Answer: Take a look at the video, for a look at the Technivorm brewing coffee. The water reservoir on the top left has an arm that allows water to travel over to the brew basket where the grounds are moistened. The setup looks a bit different than a traditional coffee maker and there are a few more pieces, but it will brew a fantastic, hot cup of coffee!
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Nov 20, 2012
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Is the carafe dishwasher safe?
A shopper on Oct 20, 2012
Best Answer: We do not recommend putting the thermal carafe for the Technivorms into the dishwasher.
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Oct 23, 2012
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Hello, is the carafe glass lined, or all stainless?
A shopper on May 4, 2012
Best Answer: The carafe on the Technivorm Moccamaster Thermo Coffee Brewer is all stainless.
Reply · Report · Kaylie KStaff on May 7, 2012
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What is this diference between this and the CDT model?
A shopper on Feb 19, 2012
Best Answer: It's a design difference only - the rectangular water area vs. a cylindrical one.
Reply · Report · Kaylie KStaff on Feb 20, 2012
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Resources

Warranty Information for the Technivorm Moccamaster Coffee Maker

What it Covers:

Technivorm coffee makers

Length: 5 Years
Who Supports the Warranty: Technivorm USA
Warranty Contact Information: 1-855-662-2200
Eligible for SCG Extended Warranty? No
Can SCG Repair? No

 


Caring for your Technivorm Moccamaster Coffee Maker

For detailed care instructions, please refer to your machine's user manual. We recommend that you also incorporate the following into your cleaning routine:

  • Descale every 2 - 3 months. We recommend using Dezcal or Cleancaf for descaling
  • Clean the water tank and lid regularly
  • Soap out the inside of the kettle and brew basket on a regular basis. Use Cleancaf if necessary to remove an coffee stains or residue.

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Reviews

Amazing coffee makerReview by Andrew
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We've had the Technivorm Moccamaster for a few weeks now and have loved it. While it is expensive, it makes coffee that has been unmatched by any drip coffee maker we've owned in the past. The machine doesn't have any frills (no timer, clock, etc.) but I believe that's intentional not to let the grounds sit out over night. We typically put a tea pot of hot water in the thermal carafe for a minute before brewing the coffee, and this makes a big difference in keeping the coffee hot for a few hours. Overall, really enjoying this coffee machine. (Posted on 5/12/2015)
constantly overflows Review by jill
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Unless we use a really course ground coffee that does not taste that great the water overflows and makes a mess. My husband now has to stand and watch the machine and turn it off and on. Considering the amount of work it takes to make the coffee I would rather use a Mister Coffee or a Keurig. (Posted on 5/11/2015)
Great product, Makes excellent coffee!!!!Review by copcoffee
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The Moccamaster is the master of drip coffee, makes excellent coffee every time!! You get what you pay for with this machine. The only place to get one is from SEATTLECOFFEEGEAR, Thank You guys!!!!! (Posted on 5/7/2015)
Not at all worth the money!Review by tmarie
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Do not purchase this coffee brewer. For the price, one would expect to get a top quality product that works wonderfully every time, brewing hot coffee and keeping it hot. Well, this pot is actually very cheaply made. In order for the thermal carafe to be "brew through" you have to screw in the "brew through" top before brewing. After brewing you must immediately take that top off and screw on the regular lid in an attempt to keep the coffee hot. I say attempt because the coffee doesn't stay hot for long. When I complained about the ability of the thermal carafe to hold the coffee warm, I was told I needed to pre-warm the carafe to improve it's function. REALLY? Who has time for that? I had a Capresso thermal carafe for years that held the coffee warm for hours and hours and NEVER had to do this. In addition, when you get ready to brew the cheap plastic arm that pushes up to allow the water to drip from the filter into the pot doesn't always fully engage. You have to double-check it and make sure the pot doesn't move or the filter basket will fill up and spill water and grounds all over the counter The cheap plastic piece that the thermal carafe sits on under the drip basket won't permanently stay attached to the pot, so often when sliding the pot out to make coffee it comes detached and it has to be set in place again.
By the time I was "fed up" with all these issues it was too late to return this pot. Now I am stuck and very, very disappointed in this purchase. (Posted on 5/1/2015)
Great At all.Bravo MocamasterReview by Hassanpix
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Just need Timer. (Posted on 3/19/2015)
Great coffee maker, bad thermosReview by Mike in Ohio
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It makes great coffee if you plan to consume the whle pot in a short period of time. The problem is the thermal carafe, even with the sealed lid it barely keeps the coffee hot for one hour. (Posted on 2/2/2015)
Makes great coffeeReview by Mark
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This is the second Moccamaster that I have bought. The first one was over 10 years old and still working, but we needed a larger pot for family. I've had the 10 cup for four months now. It makes the best coffee of any coffee maker that I have had. My major complaint is the cheap plastic parts particularly the drip stop mechanism. After only four months of use, the drop stop mechanism stopped working properly. When I tried to see why, the whole piece with metal spring tab fell out. This also happened to my earlier model although after a couple of years. Not what you would expect from a $300 coffee maker. But it does make great coffee. (Posted on 1/5/2015)
very pleasedReview by Tik
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We area very pleased with the Technivorm so far but have had it only a few weeks. It uses more coffee than a traditional drip coffee maker, but it brews quickly and produces a delicious cup of coffee. I do not understand why so much water remains in the tank and has to be emptied. Ten cups of water does not equal 10 cups of coffee. (Posted on 12/28/2014)
Best Coffee!Review by GreyLady
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I received the Technivorm Moccamaster as a Christmas gift in 2012. Previous to receiving the : Technivorm Moccamaster, I had a Krupps coffee machine. The Moccamaster, yes, is more expensive, but it produces a far better cup of coffee. It is easy to use and I love it.

Now, I just need one for my motorhome, (Posted on 12/4/2014)
Great coffee makerReview by Timbikerdude
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This is the third Technivorm we have owned over many years. Both of the first two are still running one our kids have and use and the second is in our travel trailer. The first Technivorm is more than ten years old and is still going strong. The technivorm makes the best coffee I have ever had and does so without a bunch of bells and whistles. They are very expensive be they are built to last and last. What more could you ask of a coffee maker. (Posted on 11/29/2014)
Not worth the moneyReview by Tom D
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I got the Technivorm upon the death of my old maker. Wildly positive reviews convinced my to spend way more than I intended to get that perfect cup of coffee. Now four months into ownership and here are my conclusions:

Way over priced.

"shower head" only produces a single stream unlike claim of even grounds wetting.

Low and full volume switch on the brew basket has a tinker toy feel and is is hard to tell if it is in the correct setting. Sometimes get overflow when choose off instead of low flow.

Basket routinely overflows when loaded for a full ten cups of coffee.

Brew basket drips when carafe is removed and solid stopper is place on it to keep coffee warm. Have to leave brewing top on if you don't want a mess.

I am sure the boiler is excellent since I am told it is.

I have not found profound differences in the performance of this unit over the $80.00 Zojirushi EC-BD15 coffee maker.

The Brazen may be a better choice, but it was on recall when I was shopping.





(Posted on 11/24/2014)
Expensive but a great coffee makerReview by Bigal1953
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I have had the Techno Vorm for about a year. I must have spent 20 hours over a few months researching coffee makers. I finally found Seattle Coffee Gear on a link from Amazon. I spoke with a very knowledgeable sales rep and bought the Vorm. It creates very hot water, 190 d, so the coffee is expressed. I have the ss carafe and it keeps the coffee hot for 1.5 to 2 hours. THE TRICK IS YOU HAVE TO USE THE FULL SEAL CAP, NOT THE DRIP CAP YOU USE TO MAKE THE COFFEE. I did have a problem with the original drip cap. The threads were stripped so it would come lose as you poured the coffee. Not a great thing. I wrote customer service from Techno Vorm's website. They replaced the cap for free. The new cap has the same problem but is not so bad as to be a safety risk. I also like the smaller foot print as it takes up less space on the counter.

The one feature missing, which I have not found on any other coffee maker, is for the coffee maker to put our a large initial bust of hot water to explode the coffee like happens with a pour over.

The other issue is that this thing is the most expensive coffee maker out there by a lot. I sure hope it holds up for a long time. I had my last Starbucks coffee maker for 9 years.

I highly recommend SCG. They are experts!! (Posted on 11/14/2014)
Still love this machine after almost two yearsReview by iteachmath
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Bought this almost two years ago as a Christmas present for my husband. No regrets - it makes delicious coffee. I wanted a great quality machine that would last, plus an insulated carafe that would keep the coffee hot all morning. This machine looks great on our counter and so far it has worked perfectly. (Posted on 11/10/2014)
Lots of pieces to get lostReview by Rachel
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I was very much looking forward to this coffeemaker. It does make an excellent cup of coffee so all the reviews are correct.
The problem with it is that there are lots of plastic pieces and they feel quite flimsey. My former Krups had a pot and the filter holder.
This Technivorum has the pot, the filter holder, the pot insert, the lid for the pot, the lid for the filter and the lid for the water recipticle. Enough already!
For those who love ritual, they will love all these bits. For those who really just want a good cup of joe, they will feel that it is just too much. (Posted on 11/9/2014)
Great, but.....Review by Ohio Drinker
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I bought one maybe 4 years ago. The first thing I noticed was that the stainless-steel thermos carafe did not keep the coffee warm long at all. I replaced it with a glass thermos carafe (from Ikea!!) with much better results. Then it died on me.....
At the time the only way to get it repaired was to send it away with a minimum $80 fee - figured I could buy a lot of "Mr Coffee's" with that. I did however discover that the "coffee pot is in place" microswitch was bad - so I fixed it.
It died again later and I bought a different coffee maker (a cheep Chinese made one!)....
I decided to give it another try and fixed the microswitch again! I'm a happy drinker!!
All that said - it makes a seriously awesome pot of coffee - I grind my own coffee and use paper filters!!! (Posted on 10/16/2014)
Had one for two years, worth the price definitely, never buy anything else.Review by Fiasco
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You do have to check the little plastic measures, if it is off kilter you will have a mess. They could improve this. (Posted on 9/2/2014)
Could not be more pleased!!!Review by Flo
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The coffeemaker is all it is advertised to be. It perks more quickly than I expected, and the coffee is excellent.!! (Posted on 8/27/2014)
makes a great cup of coffee,but only if you use good coffeeReview by Walter
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I purchased a US Roasters 7 kilo roaster and am roasting my own coffee. When I would use a clever coffee dripper, 200 degree water, and 4 minute hold , my own coffee would taste the same as when I would take the same coffee to my local coffee house, and have them make it for me. If I made it in my old coffee maker it was not so tasty. I wanted to get a auto coffee maker that could make good coffee for when I had company. I researched and the Technivorm Moccamaster KBT741 was the one that fit the bill. I am very happy with it . It produces coffee perfectly. But you need to weigh your grounds, use good water, and most important have coffee that will taste like you want it to be in the cup. If you by over roasted dark coffee, and expect the flavor to be a fresh bright smooth cup, you may be disappointed. Is the Moccamaster worth the money. Only if you really want that good cup of coffee and learn what it takes to make it. (Posted on 7/29/2014)
Must Have!Review by Eric
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My wife and I have gone through countless piece-of-crap Chinese drip coffee makers over the years, but this one is well-made (Netherlands), easy to use and the coffee tastes great. We bought the thermal caraffe model with no hot plate, because I was tired of that over-heated, highly oxidized dreck that you get with the cheapo hot-plate models. I'm not a coffee snob, but I can tell you that the build quality, simplicity and taste will win you over. No features or buttons that stop working in a few months, or the irritating chimes that some coffee makers make when brewing starts and stops. Must Have! (Posted on 7/12/2014)
Good coffee maker if over pricedReview by Good maker
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The full, 1/2, no flow switch on the brew basket is flimsy and cannot be set to the intermediate position from the top. One must gently push the lever up from the off position to get the 1/2 flow position to take.

At the end of the day it makes a good cup of coffee, but am not totally sure it is worth the extra $200 above my Zojirushi coffee maker.

I will hang with it but not doing hand springs (Posted on 7/11/2014)
Pleased with Coffee Maker. SeattleCoffeeGear is Fantastic Review by David
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I'm happy with the brew . . . Other reviewers cover the details just fine.

The video does a really great job of explaining the coffee maker and showing how to use it. I was surprised at how well the purchasing and shipping was handled. SeattleCoffeeGear sets a very high bar for internet sales. Thank you. (Posted on 7/3/2014)
Highly over-ratedReview by Laylapup
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It is my opinion that this coffeemaker is highly over-rated. I have not had a good cup of coffee since purchasing this machine. The coffee it produces is bitter and nearly undrinkable. I have tried different brands of coffee and different grinds and they all result in a really awful cup of coffee. If you are considering purchasing this machine, it is my recommendation that you keep looking. It is my opinion that this one is not worth the big bucks, (Posted on 7/1/2014)
Great coffee makerReview by Brian
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I have owned the TV for over 2 years, I replaced it with the Behmor Brazen which worked great until it developed brewing issues, luckily I kept the TV as a backup, the TV brews a great cup of coffee without all the bells and whistles, sometimes less is more. (Posted on 6/19/2014)
Excellent So FarReview by Tom
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Man it's a lot of lettuce to pay for a coffee maker. Perhaps us overseas customers are financing a more affordable price point in The Netherlands? But everything affordable here in the U.S. has such lousy reviews for reliability, and I hate the thought of one more piece of junk in a landfill somewhere.

Just sipping my first cup this morning. Great java. The machine is so easy to set up you almost don't need instructions, but give them a scan anyway. We'll see how well the carafe keeps the coffee hot, but so far I'm pretty darn happy.

Oh, here's something interesting - to me at least: the common advice of one tbsp of coffee per cup has typically resulted in mud for me. But Technivorm makes such big deal of the fact that they brew at the higher and consistent temperature required for optimum coffee, that I went ahead and followed the directions for seven of their little scoops (about 10 tbsp) for a full pot. The result? No mud, just great coffee. Pretty cool.

Here's hoping this one goes the distance! (Posted on 6/18/2014)
I thank ChrisReview by Andy
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I'm grateful to an episode of America's Test Kitchen. They suggested the Technivorm. Seattle Coffee Gear offered the best deal. I am one happy coffee drinker. It's been swell. Thanks! (Posted on 6/11/2014)
Happy Home RoasterReview by ashtonlady
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I am a home roaster, and because of that I expect to taste the coffee flavors. I have had several drip pots in my quest of the great tasting cup of coffee. This one is the best and the simplest to make.

I don't have an issue with the price because it is not made in China and because of that it cost more, but will last longer. I love the 5 year warranty and the fact that I have a place to bring it in locally that works on them.

(Posted on 5/17/2014)
Not worth the priceReview by dashell_B
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Well- after about 5/6 years, it has died. Just this morning as a matter of fact 4-17-14. While we had it, it never was worth the price I paid.
I really liked the fact that there were copper innards and the thing was not made in China, but the coffee was never hot enough, the coffee basket often became clogged, with grounds and water spilling over(even after I bought a replacement basket- the first of which broke within months) and the carafe not only didn't keep the coffee hot but it had no special lip for pouring! Overall, what a huge disappointment. (Posted on 4/17/2014)
If you want good coffee, get an AeropressReview by sam in Montana
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I keep trying to use the Moccamaster as it's too late to return it, but this is one purchase I sincerely regret. Maybe it's because I live at 5000 feet elevation, but the temperature of coffee freshly brewed is only 160°. The coffee is not nearly as strong and flavourful as the coffee from my $25 Aeropress, even though I've tried stirring the grounds, letting them steep, and then setting the flow to the middle. It's a good looking unit sitting on the counter, but I think this is a case of form over function. (Posted on 4/8/2014)
THIS IS THE WORST COFFEE MAKER EVERReview by Laura Kuhl
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Buyer beware! We have had "The Devil" for about three years. We bought it because of the high reviews. I hate it that the coffee spout in the basket gets clogged so easily its ridiculous! You have three settings to brew coffee and if its not fully open you will get a pour over! WHY WOULD YOU HAVE THREE SETTINGS???? It also never stays the perfect temp. If you aren't right there to put the cap on the top of the thermos the coffee doesn't stay warm. As much as you pay for this coffee maker one would think you could figure out a way to fix these issues. I WILL NEVER buy this again. (Posted on 4/4/2014)
Stop looking - this is the best machine ever. Excellent coffee, fast and hot!Review by Sharon
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Like everyone else, we spent hours doing research for coffee machines. We bought a Moccamaster 2 years ago (it is still going strong) and just got a second one for another house. This will be the only coffee maker we will own! We don't even mind the price, because it holds up so well and is very consistent with quality of coffee. (Posted on 3/21/2014)
Update after 6 monthsReview by Caryn
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Still love it! (Posted on 2/1/2014)
Love it!Review by audigirl
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My husband I researched all kinds of coffee makers. Our Kitchen Aid Pro-Line series was hands down the best coffee maker out there. It finally died...our search was on. We had looked at this particular maker a couple years ago. They did not have the larger carafe. The Pro-line gave out, our decision was easy...lets try the Moccamaster. We are thrilled with it! The coffee is as good as a French Press flavor...smooth, rich and robust. I even asked folks on fb what their favorite coffee maker was and no one came up with the Moccamaster. Probably due to the cost. It is spendy but for us, it was well worth the cost. Superb coffee, you will not be disappointed! I would pull the trigger on this one. We are lifers now. LOVE IT! No problems or issues. Just fantastic coffee. (Posted on 1/28/2014)
MIXED BAG!!Review by Sue
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One can see the quality of the base unit and one can taste the quality of the coffee it brews. However, there are problems with the thermos unit. It is stylish, but not seem to be insulated - the heat comes right through to the surface. As the other reviewers have mentioned, it does not keep coffee hot except for the first cup. I bought the insert to put on top of the carafe when brewing to help with the problem, but not only do you have to take it off and put the travel top on, it does not seem to make a difference. I certainly hope they consider an insulated carafe in the future! Americans love to sit down and drink their coffee hot in the morning without getting up until it is gone!! (Posted on 1/13/2014)
Excellent brewerReview by Driz
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Great machine. Great coffee. Does not seem to wearout; but the plastic tends to break over time. Seems filter brackets are not easy to get? (Posted on 1/3/2014)
SatisfiedReview by ljc
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We bought our Moccamaster last February, and now have had it long enough to write a review. On the whole we are very satisfied with the machine. When the coffee heats up and comes out there isn't a better cup of coffee out there. The machine is well made. It gets daily use and never disappoints.

I think if I had to do it again, I might buy the glass pot instead of the thermos. The thermos really doesn't keep the coffee as hot as it should be for very long, and I'm not a fan of heating the liquid up in the microwave.

If the pot's going to be used right away, it brews great. The other plus is that when you shoot what's left of the brew over ice, it retains all the flavor for iced coffee.

As with anything, you always wish you could get it cheaper. But, again, if you're going to use a machine daily and appreciate a great cup, it's money well spent. (Posted on 11/8/2013)
The Coffeemaker for Me!Review by Bill G
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This is my second Moccamaster. The first one was given to me as a gift - and after almost 5 years, it was just getting tired, I think. As I read the manual with the new one, I bet that I could have made it last a little longer if I had cleaned it out regularly. So I'm going to do that with this one. My only issue is that the thermal carafe doesn't seem to keep the coffee hot for as long as I would like - but if you don't take too long to drink coffee, you'll be okay. This is a great machine and I think that there's none better. Yes - it's expensive - but it's worth every penny. (Posted on 10/5/2013)
Awese coffeeReview by JJ
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Makes great coffee, what else is there to say? Not cheap but great things rarely are. I appreciate the simple elegance. My only nit is the metal carafe is not pour-friendly and can make a mess. (Posted on 8/18/2013)
The best coffee maker...periodReview by G. Ross
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To be short and sweet...just buy this coffee maker. I've researched this to death and about 2 years ago, I followed someone else's advice and pulled the trigger on the Moccamaster. I've owned Jura machines and others and this is by far the best. I love my coffee at home so much that I RARELY ever buy a cup of coffee in a store anymore. In fact, I love it so much that I just purchased a second one for a vacation home. Combine this with the Breville BCG800XL grinder and you will make the perfect cup of coffee. For those with complaints I think the problem is either their water, their beans or their grind. (Posted on 8/3/2013)
Happy with the purchase - so farReview by csadams
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After an exhaustive search for a coffee maker, we brought this one home, prepped it, and brewed our first pot of coffee. We were tired, skeptical of the price, and sick of thinking about and researching brewers. Was this just another overpriced hot water heater, as someone had said in a review?

Not at all! Coffee from this brewer - using our regular ground-on-site coffee from the local co-op so we would have a familiar comparison - made us slow down and pay attention. We looked at each other in delight - that's how good it was. We are skeptics no more.

To those at the store in Lynnwood - thank you for your excellent service.

(Posted on 7/17/2013)
better than second bestReview by Don R.
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I like the fact that you can rotate the brewing basket to get all the coffee wet when brewing. usually I use the half way setting on the basket and that works just fine.. had to adjust the fineness of the bean grinder to work best with coffee machine. grinding at a fine grind.
all in all I think that the machine is a bit over priced for what it is, but so be it. none of the other coffee makers have a drainage adjustment that is a big plus(also able to rotate basket to get all the grounds wet).
I like it !! sent back a trifecta for this one! (Posted on 7/13/2013)
Perfect!Review by Monique
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Perfect! - and what great service! (Posted on 6/16/2013)
Good but overpriced given flawsReview by drmrgd
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Been using my Moccamaster for a couple months now, and have had the opportunity to try several different roasts and really run the machine through its paces. Overall, I think the machine is very overpriced given a my experience and some potential design flaws.

No matter the coffee, everything I brew tends to be a bit too bright and a bit on the acidic side. I prefer my roasts to be deeper and darker. I was able to subside this a bit by setting the switch on the filter holder to the small batch setting. Despite an ideal brewing temperature (which I myself have not verified), I think maybe the flow rate is too fast and the coffee is not steeping long enough. I do now understand why some reviewers on other sites recommend closing the flow of coffee, stirring the grounds, and then opening the valve to 1/2 open.

I also notice that the edges of the grounds are not getting nearly as wet as the middle grounds. In the last batch of coffee I just made, I see a wet pit in the middle of the grounds where the water actually concentrated, and then a slightly damp ridge around the rest of the basket where the water didn't seem to saturate. This suggests to me that the shower of hot water is not fully saturating and covering the grounds, which may be another reason for the less than stellar results I expected from a $300 coffee maker.

There is a flaw with the carafe or the brew-thru-lid. Either the threads on the lid are not correct or (and I think this is more accurate) the threads on the carafe are not cut right. The lid does not screw on very well and feels like its stripped (but from examining it, I don't think it is). I can screw the lid on so that it stays in place and so far so good. But, it seems to get looser with every brew, and I anticipate it failing in the near future.

Finally, even after only a couple months of 1 -2 times / day use, I'm noticing that the brew arm is looking like its starting to pit at the holes where the water comes out. It might be normal and not a big deal. To me, it looks like early signs of corrosion, and I'm thinking I may have to replace this part at some point when it fails. The appearance might be normal and might not be an issue, though. I don't know for sure.

I do really like the design of the machine overall (although the footplate that never wants to stay in place is a bit annoying), and I do think it makes good coffee with a little playing around. However, given the flaws that I'm seeing and the price, I would have expected a lot more. I still intend to play around with the Moccamaster and see if I can tweak it to make a better cup of coffee. Out of the box, though, I'm not all that impressed.

I also want to say that I was really quite happy with the service of Seattle Coffee Gear and think this is a great company that I have no problem doing buisness with again. Great job! (Posted on 6/5/2013)
Expensive but worth itReview by Aaron
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This coffee makers is really expensive but the investment I have made in this machine will save me a lot of money over the course of the 5-year warranty as I will not be purchasing coffee nearly as often at the coffee shop.

This is the best drip coffee maker I have ever used, not only because it serves coffee at it's proper temperature, but it also seems to get the most out of every bean. You can actually taste the notes in different beans that are described on the label which usually just all run together in a normal coffee machine. Not only is it effective and simple, it brews a pot very quickly.

It costs about as much as a PS3 or an iPhone, and up to now it's in that category as far as the best purchases i've ever made.

P.S. Be sure to pre-heat your thermal caraffe with hot water before use or your coffee won't stay hot for as long. I think some people have complained that they aren't getting hot enough coffee and it is because they don't preheat. If this is a problem for you, buy the one with the hot plate. I don't want my coffee overcooked so I prefer this one.
(Posted on 5/8/2013)
Great coffee maker.Review by Mark
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This does really make a difference in the quality of coffee. Seattle Coffee Gear made the purchase easy with included filters, cleaning supplies, and coffee. The Moccamaster is well made and simple. Careful on the top edge of the carafe as it is a sharp edge. The selectable drip amount is helpful especially when you make a smaller batch. Also starting with the switch closed helps start the full body brewing by holding back the drip until the grounds are saturated.

The provided Velton coffee was very good; Midnight blend, I believe. (Posted on 4/13/2013)
KBT741 Best of BreedReview by Shotgun
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I was skeptical about spending 300 bucks for a coffee maker but the reviews were very positive and convincing. Combine that with the fact this product was NOT made in China and I was willing to give it a try.

I love this machine. I still don't know how a coffee maker can make so much difference in the way the coffee tastes but I'm telling you Moccamaster makes coffee that is smoothy and velvety with no acidic after taste. When I pumped up the amount of coffee above my normal mix to the recommended mix I found out what good coffee really tastes like. The KBT741 is high quality, simplistic and intuitive to use.

My experience with SCG was first rate except for out of stock conditions which I suppose are a result of offering a fine product with a sizable bonus. Highly recommended. (Posted on 3/26/2013)
Getting Back to BasicsReview by Engineer Dave
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I love good coffee.
Over the last 30 years my opinion of what qualifies as "good coffee" has made step change improvements as I have discovered fresh ground, espresso, fresh roasted, and artisan coffees. The Technivorm KBT741 has again raised the standard for what is, in my opinion, good coffee.

As an engineer, I can't help but also love technology.
However, I find myself constantly challenged to balance technology with actual usefulness and improved quality of life. The seemingly unmatched quality of the pour over method of making coffee emphasizes the importance of the fundamentals. One of the things that is so striking about the Technivorm is its quality and simplicity. I have carefully watched the way the it makes coffee many times. While I am no expert on the pour over method, it seems to me the success of the Technivorm comes from its similar focus on the basics: proper water temperature, dispersion, and steeping time. In the past I couldn't help but be attracted to coffee makers with built in water filters, coffee grinders, clocks, and programmable start timers. However, since I've had filtered water in my kitchen for years, and grinding the coffee in my burr grinder is the last thing I do before pressing the "on" button, these are useless technologies to me.

Also, the insulated carafe keeps the coffee hot for hours, eliminating the need for a warmer, and the pour through top ( another marvel of simplicity) works great. With the five year warranty, and all the extras that are thrown in by Seattle Coffee Gear, this is one great deal, even if it does get you hooked on Velton's coffee. (Posted on 2/10/2013)
Not what I expectedReview by Chris
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After two bum Saeco super automatics, I thought I'd go "old school" and return to drip coffee. I read all of the reviews on SCG and Amazon and decided to take the plunge with the Technivorm Moccamaster. The folks at Seattle Coffee Gear were great at the returns of the Saecos and shipped a Technivorm to me quickly.

Several reviewers have noted that this isn't a machine that you can just dump coffee in and turn it on. You must watch and tinker with it during the brew cycle to get a good pot of coffee out of it. I was prepared for that but am still left feeling disappointed with the machine.

For starters, I took temperature readings of the water coming out of the brew head and was not getting the 198-205 that the manufacturer claims. The best reading I was getting was about 180--plenty hot but not what I had hoped for. Similarly, even after I pre-heated the carafe, the coffee only stays at an acceptable temperature for about 20 minutes. I measured about 160 after 35 minutes. After that, I find I must microwave the cup to get it up to a good hot temperature. Living at a mile high, coffee does tend to get colder here more quickly, which is why I was excited to get the machine.

Like others, I found that you must close the valve on the brew basket while the machine is turning on so that the coffee can bloom and grounds get moistened. I also found I have to stir the basket or move it around as the water comes out so that everything gets covered evenly. After the basket fills, flipping the switch to "half speed" gets a better brew.

I've found that if I use a very fine grind -- almost an espresso grind -- I get good results. This rules out buying pre-ground coffee at the store (one of the reasons I wanted a drip brewer for those times when you can't grind yourself). Using store-ground coffee yielded a very weak brew that was almost undrinkable to me (I like strong coffee).

Two small gripes: when the serving/holding lid is on the carafe, it will not fit under the brew unit, which takes up more counter space. As well, the plastic "plate" under the carafe barely stays on and looks like an afterthought.

Bottom line, if you have the right coffee, the right grind, and watch this guy like a hawk, you'll get decent results. But if you like a drip-brewer that doesn't require a lot of attention, this may not be the machine for you. For me, it wasn't worth the hefty price tag when I can get good results from my old Cuisinart stand-by. (Posted on 2/9/2013)
Quality unit but a little priceyReview by Inspector_Gadget
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I've been using Bunn brand coffee makers for the past 15 years and they make a very good tasting pot of coffee. Many reviews I've read about Technivorm claim it makes a much better tasting coffee than other brand coffee makers and the difference is like night and day. Rarely do these reviews state which brand or model of coffee maker the Technivorm out performed. It’s only fair to compare apples to apples and oranges to oranges.

With that said I wanted to compare Technivorm to Bunn and decide for myself if Technivorm really did make a better pot of coffee. I purchased the Technivorm KBT741 to replace a working 3 year old Bunn Velocity Brew NHBB. The Velocity Brew NHBB is a glass carafe model and I wanted to try a thermal carafe unit as the coffee would become bitter the longer it sat on the warming plate.

I'm comparing these two units because they are very similar in how they brew coffee. Both units are basic coffee makers without any bells and whistles and brew coffee within a few minutes time. Both units use a multi-port head that completely saturates the ground coffee and both claim to brew at approximately 200° F.

The main differences between the Bunn and Technivorm is the Bunn uses a preheated boiler full of hot water that begins to brew immediately as water is added to the top of the unit. A full pot of coffee is ready in about 3-4 minutes. The price of the Bunn is roughly 1/3 the cost of a Technivorm unit.

I’ve owned the KBT741 for just over a month and here are my thoughts so far.

Bunn Velocity Brew NHBB

Pros :
Brews a full pot in 3 minutes
Proper Brew Temp
Full saturation of coffee grounds
3yr warranty

Cons:
Boiler is always on
Only available with a glass carafe
Non standard sized flat bottom filters
Made in China

Technivorm Moccamaster KBT741

Pros:
Brews a full pot in 6 minutes
Proper brew temp
Thermal Carafe option
Copper Boiler
Removable parts for easy cleaning
Handmade in Holland
5yr warranty

Cons:
Pricey
Bottom plate detaches too easily
Thermal Carafe doesn’t have pour spout

The KBT741 is a quality made product with quality components and should give many years of reliable service. It makes a great cup of coffee and does so very quickly. Only a couple of small issues I find could be improved upon. The bottom plastic plate under the carafe is easily detached when moving the unit back and forth on the counter. It would be nice if this piece was permanently attached or more securely attached to the bottom of the machine. The thermal carafe could also benefit from a pour spout. If pouring too fast the coffee will run over the edges of the coffee mug since the mouth of the carafe is so large. Other than those two small issues it’s a very well designed machine.

Does it make coffee 3 times better than the Bunn it’s replacing? No, and I doubt I could discern the difference between the two in a blind taste test. In the defense of the KBT741, it’s hand made in a small shop in Holland and the components are of higher quality which in turn increases the cost of manufacturing. I’m willing to pay a little more for a higher quality product rather than a unit that is mass produced in a Chinese warehouse.

I'm giving the Moccamaster 4 out of 5 stars because I think the value for price paid is a little high. Would I recommend this to others? Yes, however if price is a major factor a similar machine can be purchased for much less.




(Posted on 1/20/2013)
Great coffemakerReview by Rcoy
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I purchased mine in 2007 and it is still going strong (Posted on 12/20/2012)
worth the price for a great cup of coffeeReview by Joseph
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We bought this coffee maker a year ago and are still happy about our purchase. I like the no nonsense quality it has. No flashing lights blinking at you, no accidental push of the wrong button that starts it to grinding, no question as to how it works- your house guest can figure it out as to not wake you to ask, "how do you work the coffee maker?" Pour in the water, add the coffee, and one On/Off switch to make it run. Fresh, perfectly hot coffee in your cup in about 4 minutes. Well worth the price. Love it. (Posted on 12/19/2012)
Closest thing to fresh barrista brewReview by Chad
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Keep this thing clean, use fresh beans, and filtered water and it does in fact make the best coffee I've ever tasted from a home drip system. I've had it for six months now. Hoping for many years of enjoyment with this little baby. (Posted on 11/30/2012)
Love it!Review by Nikki
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There are just no two ways about it. You get what you pay for in this world.

It' s just simply great coffee in this coffee maker.

Enjoy! (Posted on 11/2/2012)
Improved my coffee skillsReview by BunnyGirl
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I had read about this machine in Cooks Illustrated as well as on this and several other coffee websites. I am new to coffee drinking and wondered if I could tell the difference. I found a steal of a deal at a Williams-Sonoma sale and took the plunge. I immediately made two pots of coffee - one in this and one in the old machine with the same coffee and water in the same ratios and ground the same way. I could definitely tell the difference even though the Moccamaster had a paper filter and the old one a goldtone. Plus this is easier to clean. I can even brew right into a travel mug when I put it in a bowl to trip the pot detection switch and fill the machine from the mug to ensure no overflow. Definitely worth the investment. I lessoned my rating on price because I would not have purchased if I hadn't found it much much less than retail. (Posted on 9/7/2012)
Delivers without fanfareReview by Suits Me Colorado
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This drip coffee maker delivers without fanfare. Simple to use, easy to clean, no bells and whistles and coffee close to french press in quality. Seattle Coffee Gear is an oasis website being user friendly and very informative. All around 5 stars. I'll be back. (Posted on 8/26/2012)
Great cup of coffeeReview by Diana
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I am an avid coffee drinker and have been disappointed in the past at the taste of coffee made by some high-priced makers. This is by far the best tasting cup of coffee yet. I love the thermal pot since I drink coffee all day and don't want the burnt taste you get with makers that have a heating element. My only complaint is that the lid for the thermos is too high and when screwed on the pot, the thermos doesn't fit in the coffee pot space (Posted on 8/22/2012)
Love it!Review by Liz
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After quite a bit of research,(I read reviews and watched videos on this machine,did comparison reseach on similar machines),I decided on the Technivorm Moccamaster Thermo Coffee Brewer KBT741. I am so happy with the product,with the quick delivery from seattlecoffeegear and will continue to purchase from this company. We love the quick brew time,the hot temperature of our coffee and I really like the styling. I love the fact that it is handmade by a small company too. Thanks for selling great products. I feel comfortable in recommending this machine and seattlecoffeegear to all my family and friends.

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Quiet, Great Taste, Easy To Use, Quick Brewing

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(Posted on 5/22/2012)
Best coffee makerReview by cupofJC
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I really enjoy the flavor of the coffee that this coffemaker produces. Its very different taste compared to the coffeemaker I had.

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Quiet, Easy To Clean, Easy To Use, Quick Brewing, Great Taste

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I have no cons at this ti (Posted on 1/25/2012)
"Dutch Royalty at Your Service"Review by The Countess of Cheshire
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We use the Moccamaster twice daily for our respective morning coffees. It brews quickly and we can taste the difference between our recently expired brewer and this one - It renders a richer flavor indeed. In addition, the coffee is perfectly hot and remains so while you drink it.
I understand that the boiler switches off after the water has achieved the specified brewing temperature. This prevents overheating.
I did extensive research prior to purchasing this machine and couldn't find another one of comparable quality.
I am sure this piece of engineering will serve us well for many years to come.

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Quiet, Easy To Use, Quick Brewing, Commercial Grade, Great Taste, Modern Design, Easy To Clean, Large Water Container

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I can't think of any (Posted on 12/22/2011)
Technivorm is a French press rivalReview by Nate
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This is by far the best drip coffee maker I have ever owned! The coffee it makes is very similar to French press because it really captures the flavor of the beans. It's also very easy to clean and the carafe keeps the coffee warm for a very long time. The secret to great tasting coffee is the temperature of the entire brew cycle. This machine keeps it at the exact right temp through the whole cycle. I usually use creamer of some sort because coffee usually doesn't taste this good. No I can cut the calories and drink it black if I want to because it's just that good! I realize it's a lot to fork out for a drip coffee maker but it is well worth the investment. I'm pretty sure I won't have to buy another maker for at least 10 years!

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Easy To Use, Quick Brewing, Stylish, Easy To Clean, Great Taste, Quiet

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Small Water Container (Posted on 12/21/2011)
Worth Every Penny!!!!Review by Fourscompany
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*Water reaches the correct temperature
*Grounds are well saturated
*No hot plate to ruin the coffee
*Thermal Container
*Hand Made Quality Product
*FAST brewing

**Bought Open Item, Good Deal but disappointed seattlecoffeegear didn't include a starter set of filters or something as a "Thanks" for choosing us.

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Easy To Use, Great Taste, Quiet, Quick Brewing

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(Posted on 10/22/2011)
Fantastic Coffee Maker!Review by Kyle
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The Technivorm Moccamaster is a fantastic coffee maker, far superior to any of the coffee machines you will find at your local discount stores. I think it is superior to a French press, too! Everybody thinks I'm crazy to pay what I did for a coffee maker, but I haven't regretted my decision for a second. In fact I'm thinking of buying a second one to use at my business.

The only problem I have had with it is that the brew basket does not drain well when the switch is in half-pot mode, and if I don't watch it closely the basket overflows. If anybody knows a solution to this problem, I'd love to hear it.

Overall a fantastic purchase!

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Great Taste, Easy To Use, Quick Brewing

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(Posted on 7/21/2011)
WOW! Simplicity and Quality at its bestReview by PaulC
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I drink coffee from the time I get up till I go to bed. I drink coffee for taste not cafeine. I have owned many coffee makers. Cuisinart, Capresso, Bunn. Get yourself a quality Burr grinder and some quality whole bean coffee and your in heaven. Your paying for the proper brew temperature, copper tubing, correct contact time, or brew time. I've been using Keurig brewers for 2 yrs and they are great, but you will not get the taste you can attain from quality beans, burr grinder, and the Technivorm.

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Quick Brewing, Easy To Use, Commercial Grade, Great Taste, Easy To Clean

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(Posted on 6/29/2011)
Pricey but goodReview by Coffee and wine lover
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I suggest not using the "open" setting on the filter; the "half-open" setting does the job very nicely and allows for more extraction. I also recommend closing the valve and letting the filter fill (about 2 cups of water is required) and stirring the grounds before changing the setting to "half-open". This optimizes extraction and gets all the grounds into contact with the water.

I found that, if I put in enough grounds for 10 cups of coffee and fill the reservoir to the 10-cup line, some of the grounds do not come into contact with the water--and are hence wasted. Hence my solution of letting the filter fill up and then stirring (or even just swiveling the filter to help the water circulate a bit) and then allowing the drip to proceed at the medium rate ("half open") rather than the fast rate.

I tried the Newco OCS for a while but was not happy with the degree of extraction it gets from the basket filter. The cone filter in the Technivorm is superior, and the ability to actually stir the grounds during brewing makes this essentially a mechanical pour-over.

Be sure to experiment with grind level to optimize flavor; I like a fairly coarse grind (between French press and traditional drip settings) and then use slightly more coffee: this maximizes flavor through allowing more time for extraction, but it eliminates the bitterness that results from a finer grind. My description of the optimum grind is "tiny chunks, no powder".

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Easy To Use, Easy To Clean, Quick Brewing, Great Taste

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(Posted on 2/20/2011)
best coffee maker ever!!Review by Coffee Maven
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This bad-girl coffee maker is the best I have used. It came with a gift of outstanding coffee and all that was promised regarding in the creation of a morning-altering coffee experience is true. I would highly recommend this coffee maker to others, even though it has a bow-down price tag.

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Easy To Use, Quick Brewing, Great Taste

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(Posted on 2/15/2011)
Simple and UtilitarianReview by Corky
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This makes a nice cup of coffee fast. The thermal pot is not quite as insulated as our OLD Starbucks Barista but it does keep it hot/warm for a good two hours. We like the simplicity of the unit, no timer just on/off (we never used the timer since we like our beans freshly ground). Some have mentioned the thinness in the plastic components; with thinness believe it or not comes strength (I am a plastic injection molder), thin is better!!! The only thing I would add would be an automatic off after the coffee has brewed but we are getting used to shutting it off.

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Easy To Use, Great Taste, Easy To Clean, Quick Brewing

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(Posted on 1/18/2011)
Great Coffee, Mediocre DesignReview by thhaar
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This machine makes great coffee at the correct temperature. Heating the carafe with hot water wastes quite a bit of water and energy, but I don't know how else to go about it. My biggest gripe is about the look and feel of the plastic parts. I'd rather pay another $100 for top-quality parts on the exterior that reflect the quality of the interior parts. Everything functions like it should, but there's a lack of elegance in the design and construction. It would be nice if it could make a little more coffee, too. When you load it up to the 10-cup limit, water easily splashes all over if you bump the machine, and coffee grounds and sludge creep over the filter holder when brewing at maximum capacity, making quite a mess.

Just based on the quality of the brewed coffee, I can highly recommend this item. In terms of construction and design, there's room for improvement.

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Easy To Use, Quick Brewing, Great Taste

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Small Water Container, Cheap plastic add-ons (Posted on 1/4/2011)
Exactly what we've been searching for!Review by Wolf gal
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Living in a high altitude, cold climate, we seek not only a really good cup of coffee but a HOT cup of coffee. Even in the summer we usually have to heat out coffee cups up ahead of time! This coffee maker filled every requirement we had for a hot rich cup of coffee. Unit is easy to clean, well built and has a large enough capacity that we don't have to fight over the last sips! I was concerned about the price tag, but I have to say it was well worth every penny!

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Easy To Use, Easy To Clean, Quick Brewing, Large Water Container, Great Taste

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(Posted on 1/3/2011)
Get a REAL cup of coffeeReview by Coffee Snob
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I have already recommended to several friends. I find I am more satisfied with each cup than any other maker even our expensive Saeco.

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Easy To Use, Great Taste, Makes great coffee

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(Posted on 12/28/2010)
Makes a great cup of coffeeReview by climonair
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Like everything about the Technivorm except for the foot pad which doesn't stay put on the machine. This could have been designed much better. That being said, it's a minor flaw.

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Brew stays hot in carafe, Great Taste, Good coffee, Easy To Use, Quick Brewing, Easy To Clean

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Annoying pad on base (Posted on 11/26/2010)
Technivorm rocks!Review by JoJo
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This is a great coffee maker. Expensive yes...but worth it and I'm hopeful this one will last a long time. We've had Krups and Cuisinart coffee makers that only lasted a couple years each and the coffee they made was not nearly as good as the Moccamaster! I love the hot, perfectly brewed coffee this machine makes!

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Hot coffee, Extracts all the flavor, Great Taste, Easy To Clean, Quick Brewing, Easy To Use

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(Posted on 11/18/2010)
Delicious CoffeeReview by joe
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I love this machine, it really makes a rich cup of coffee. However it would be much easier to use and fill up if it had a removable water container. An auto shut off would also make sense.

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Great Taste, Easy To Use, Easy To Clean, Quick Brewing

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(Posted on 10/6/2010)
Awesome!Review by Leelu
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Absolutely lived up to the Americas Test Kitchen review. I particularly love how easy it is to clean and prepare the coffee. I bought a second carafe so I can make a pot of decaf after brewing the "real" stuff.

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Easy To Use, Quick Brewing, Easy To Clean, Great Taste

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(Posted on 9/17/2010)
Technivorm MoccamasterReview by Vesbolk
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I wanted a drip machine that would make coffee as good as a french press, but without the fuss. The Technivorm is the best I've found so far, but not perfect. The brew temperature is very hot, as advertised and the thermal carafe works fine keeping the coffee hot for the hour or so it takes me to drink it leisurely. I live over 5000 feet and altitude is not a problem. It makes good coffee.

On the cons side, I'm concerned that the machine is NOT UL listed. There's WAY too much plastic used in construction inside and out. The filter holder seems to be the cheapest part. Why can't they make a machine of glass and stainless steel? At least where it touches the coffee or water.

I suggest roasting your own beans (I use a Fresh Roast sr500), grinding them fresh, using the gold type metal filter (paper removes the oils), and drinking the brew in Bodum glass thermal cups. Freshness is everything!

The folks at Seattle Coffee are great to work with. I look forward to getting a Rocket Giotto from them soon. Please keep the you tube videos coming Gail & Kat.

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Easy To Use, Large Water Container, Quick Brewing, Great Taste

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(Posted on 9/15/2010)
A New Appreciation for CoffeeReview by Craig
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So it was time to replace yet another coffee maker. Over the past 20+ years, I have lost track of the number of 40 or 50 dollar coffee makers I have bought, and used, until a plastic thingy broke, or something comes loose, or you break a pot and can't find a suitable replacement. This time I decided to do things a little differently. I researched, read, and watched video's in search of a coffee maker that would last a while. Thankfully I stumbled across this one. I will admit that I have had to adopt a new mindset. There is no more setting it up the night before, pressing a timer button, and waking up to fresh coffee the next morning. The truth is, we all know I wasn't waking up to "fresh" coffee....Now I grind and brew fresh coffee every morning! The coffee is done and ready to enjoy in under 10 minutes from the time I press "grind" on the new coffee grinder, to the pouring of the first cup. The workmanship is second to none, and the simplicity of the machine makes one wonder why anyone would buy a machine manufactured in Taiwan just to throw it away in a couple of years? This machine is clearly built to last, and though not perfect, (still kinda miss my timer, but I will likely get over that) it was the closest I could find, and so far happy with my decision. Time will tell the rest of the story, but for certain I can say I have a new appreciation for my morning coffee! In summary, if your looking for convenience and cheap, this machine is not for you. If your looking for quality, and if you enjoy making your coffee, nearly as much as you do drinking it, then you should definitely consider this machine.

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Easy To Use, Commercial Grade, Quick Brewing, Easy To Clean, Great Taste, Very Cool Looking

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No timer (Posted on 6/14/2010)
Simply Worth the MoneyReview by Bryan
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The price might deter some, but let me assure you, it is worth it. It does indeed make that much of a difference. Simple setup, 6 minute brew time.. great coffee. Only problem was when I received it, I was missing a part (just a lid). Called Seattle Coffee Gear and they said they could not help me get it, but were friendly and helped me contact the US distributer. Got the filter lid in and my perfect coffee maker is complete.

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Easy To Use, Easy To Clean, Quick Brewing, Great Taste

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Small Water Container (Posted on 6/12/2010)
I would buy againReview by Val
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This coffee maker makes excellent coffee but I don't think it is worth the [$] price tag. The coffee is very hot and stays hot as long as you keep the cap on the thermos carafe. I bought this because the reviews were so great and it came highly rated by Cooks Illustrated which is a very reliable source. It is very easy to use and maintain. Bottom line: if you drink expensive coffee like I do, then splurge and buy it. If you aren't that picky about coffee i.e. what you buy at the grocery store, then don't bother.

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Easy To Use

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(Posted on 5/24/2010)
Great Drip brewer.Review by dynamiteid
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Pretty simple design, but makes much better tasting coffee than any other home brewer I have had. The water temp and brew time are all perfect for drip. I do brew with the dripper set at half open rather than full open. I have found this creates a much better extraction.

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Easy To Use, Easy To Clean, Great Taste

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(Posted on 4/10/2010)
Makes Great CoffeeReview by LJ
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Consistent coffee every time. Disappointed that the filter leaks when in closed position to sneak a cup before brewing is complete. Must pre-warm carafe in order to keep coffee hot for longer than about one-half hour. Overall nice coffee maker. And best part is that it is not made in China!

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Quick Brewing, Easy To Use, Large Water Container, Great Taste

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Hard To Clean (Posted on 3/27/2010)
Quality machineReview by cthor
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Good Machine, excellent boiler mechanism, great cup of coffee. After looking at several machines and applications I decided on the Moccamaster, it was among the best reviewed products out there. My complaint begins with the basket filter and arm that extends from the body. Why would they make this out of plastic instead of the beautiful metal the rest of the machine is composed of? Most commercial applications use steel baskets because they last longer and are easier to clean. I guess this is a high density material that can withstand multiple uses, but I feel that steel or aluminum would be a smarter choice. The lid sucks, but that's minor. That said, this is probably the best home brewer out there.

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Easy To Use, Great Taste, Quick Brewing

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Small Water Container (Posted on 3/23/2010)
Great coffeeReview by Morning Grouch
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Worth every penny-great hot coffee and quick brewing. A coffee maker that actrulay does what it is supposed to do.

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Quick Brewing, Easy To Use, Great Taste

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(Posted on 3/21/2010)
Perfect coffee everytime, all the time!Review by Wired Lizzy
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We LOVE our technivorm coffeemaker. The same coffee tastes deeper and smoother. The Cooks Illustrated review was dead-on! Six minute brewing and though we haven't checked the temperature, I'm sure it's that perfect 200 degrees! : )

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Quick Brewing, Easy To Use, Easy To Clean, Great Taste

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(Posted on 3/21/2010)
Best brewer yetReview by coffee guru
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This was a gift for my husband. It does heat the water to a high temp, so coffee brew and taste is much better. He roasts and grinds his own beans, so we noticed much better flavor with this brewer. One problem though, when it is brewing the water overfills and sometimes flows over the top. Not sure if this has something to do with the grind of our beans or not. Much better than the dept store coffee makers. I would recommend.

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Easy To Use, Great Taste, Easy To Clean

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Overflow problem (Posted on 3/19/2010)
The BEST coffee I've ever had!Review by Karen in the Pines
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The only thing as good as this maker is the coffee the provided. Velton's.

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Great Taste, Easy To Clean, Perfect cup everytime, Quick Brewing, Large Water Container, Easy To Use, Commercial Grade

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(Posted on 3/19/2010)
makes flavorful HOT coffeeReview by Mike
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Just have to sure to get the lid on the carafe as soon as possible after brewing or the coffee will soon get cold.

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Easy To Use, Great Taste, Easy To Clean, Makes hot coffee

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Expensive (Posted on 3/19/2010)
Easy to use, makes great coffeeReview by Fortemadolce
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Great Taste, Easy To Use, Easy To Clean

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No timer (Posted on 3/18/2010)

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