Make a better cup of coffee!

Technivorm Moccamaster KBGT741 Thermal Carafe

Sign up to get notified when this product is back in stock
Check retail store availability

Availability: Back in stock on 3/7/2015

Earn Rewards

Earn $ of Rewards on This Purchase!

$299.00

Why Shop at SCG?


Free shipping over $49*
Read more >

Call us with any questions!
866.372.4734

30 day return policy
Read more >

100% secure shopping
Read more >

Product Description

It's a tower of Technivorm goodness! The KBGT741 is a Moccamaster model with good looks and great features. Technivorm has integrated an auto-stop filter basket, allowing you to remove the carafe from the machine while it is still brewing. The machine also has an automatic pre-infusion built into the brew cycle to assist with flavor extraction. The thermal carafe keeps brewed coffee at the ready. Imported directly from the Netherlands, each machine is crafted with care.

Features & Functionality of the Technivorm Thermo Moccamaster KBGT741

  • Brewing Temperature - Brewing temperature is between 198-205F the ideal recommended temps for an ideal cup of coffee.
  • 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.
  • Heavy Duty Boiler - Durable copper element with dual safety guard.
  • Easy Filter Options - Can be used with a reusable Swiss Gold cone filter or with disposable paper filters
  • Water Level - The Moccamaster KBGT741 an easy to read water level reservoir
  • 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.
Pros
  • It Brews Hot Enough - One of the few coffee makers that brews at the optimal 200F 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
  • Upgrades - Compared to the KBT741 the KBGT741 allow you to pull your carafe mid brew without missing a drop and incorporates an automatic pre-infusion in the brew cycle to give extract your coffee's full flavor.
  • 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 - Like the KBT741, the KBGT is more expensive than other designs and is designed to last longer
  • Industrial Design - The KBGT may have upgraded its water tank but it still has a larger more industrial design that may not be for everyone's liking
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

Water really does make a difference. Always use filtered water to make drip coffee taste better.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Technivorm
Model Number KBGT-741
Width 11 inches
Depth 6.25 inches
Height 16 inches
Product Weight (lbs.) 8.8000
Watts 1400
Volts 110 volts
Size 10 cup
Reservoir Size 42 ounces
Auto Shut Off Yes
Max/Min Ounces per Pot 42 ounces maximum
Warm Up: Brew Time 6 min
Mid-Brew Interrupt Yes
Programmability No
Available Carafe Styles Stainless Steel
Aroma Yes

Ask a Question

Browse 12 questions and 25 answers
Hide answersShow all answers | Sort by
What is the best way to clean the thermal carafe? The opening is too small to hand wash the inside.
A shopper on Sep 24, 2014
Best Answer: After each use I fill the carafe with warm water, let it soak for 10-15 minutes , dump out the water then turn the carafe over to dry. I used to use dish detergent, yet have discontinued this practice as it can contaminate thus negativity impact the flavor of the brew.
Reply · Report · Robert C on Sep 24, 2014
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
If I place the carafe against the white knob below (as it says in the description) the coffee will overflow from the filter because the upper rim of the carafe does not press in the drip mechanism which allows the coffee to pass trough the filter. I have to place the carafe back about 1 cm and then the drip mechanism (a black ball that is pressed in by the rim of the carafe) will work. This is inconvenient, because if i do not place the carafe in exactly the right spot (mm work) the machine will either shut down or the coffee will overflow. What am I doing wrong?
Maria S on Dec 17, 2014
Best Answer: Maria, I have not experienced this problem requiring exact placement of the carafe as you describe ; yet, have experienced similar issues with other coffee makers in the past. The issues were resolved when I switched from paper filters to a gold screen filter. I think my problem may have been related to my persistent habit of grinding the coffee a bit too fine.
Reply · Report · Robert C on Jan 2, 2015
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
Can this coffee maker be put on a wall timer (since it is not programmable) so that the coffee is ready in the morning when I get up?
Cindy S on Nov 28, 2014
Best Answer: We don't because the directions suggest if they water sits overnight the coffee is it as good because the water is deoxygenated as it sits..which impacts flavor. So we do probably could have rigged something, but for flavor sake..we decided not to try anything like that. Besides it takes about 4 minutes to brew coffee..and it is worth waiting for good reason dating coffee.
Reply · Report · Joseph B on Dec 6, 2014
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
Does the KBGT-741 come with a brew-through lid? I read on another site that the brew-through lid is not compatible with this model (that it's only compatible with the KBT-741).
Craig J on Nov 1, 2013
Best Answer: It comes with a brew through lid, as well as another lid that provides a complete seal for after brewing is complete.
Reply · Report · Jonathan H on Nov 4, 2013
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
Is there a trick t getting the water to drip from all holes in the spray head? The water in my new machine seems to come from the last one or two holes only.
Clayton B on Aug 24, 2013
Best Answer: I don't know of any trick. Mine does not have this problem. The only thing I can think of is maybe your water is too hard. I have an inline water softener. Maybe hard water leads to the holes being "clogged" a bit, just like showers when the water is too hard.
Reply · Report · Jonathan H on Sep 28, 2013
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
I am looking to purchase the Technivorm KBT or KBGT

I know all of the differences. my question is does having the switching ability for a full or half of pot make a difference?

My wife and I typically make 8 cups of coffee each morning.

Also, with the KBGT model, will the mechanism for having a quick cup before the brewing is finished more susceptible to break?

Thanks
Dave D on Aug 13, 2013
Best Answer: I have the KBGT. It does not have the switching ability for full or half pot. I brew different size pots (4, 8, 10) at different times of day and depending on whether my wife is home. I have had no issues brewing different amount of servings.

The brewer will stop when the pot is not in place to allow for pouring a cup. I don't see the mechanism being an issue or being susceptible to break. All the parts are very simple for the entire brewer, they can be easily cleaned or replaced if damaged.
Reply · Report · Jonathan H on Aug 30, 2013
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
Since the KBGT only makes 8 American cups, can an extra carafe be purchased so that a larger amount of coffee can be made?
A shopper on Dec 15, 2014
Best Answer: You could certainly purchase another carafe, you would just be running two brew cycles in that case. As an alternative, you might look into the Technivorm Grand, which, while having a glass carafe, can brew 64 ounces! https://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/technivorm-moccamaster-grand-coffee-brewer-cd-polished-silver
Reply · Report · Miranda GStaff on Dec 22, 2014
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
what finishes are there, satin, matte, and or shiny metal?
A shopper on Dec 3, 2014
Best Answer: This has a shiny surface, like a polished metal.
Reply · Report · Miranda GStaff on Dec 4, 2014
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
I am deciding whether to buy the CDGT model or the KBGT model. Besides aesthetic differences, what are the differences between the models?
Andrew G on Aug 18, 2014
Technivorm Moccamaster KBGT741 Thermal Carafe
Technivorm Moccamaster KBGT741 Thermal Carafe
Technivorm Moccamaster CDGT - Polished Silver
Technivorm Moccamaster CDGT - Polished Silver
Best Answer: Though the look and size of the Technivorm CDGT and KBGT vary just a bit, the two units actually operate the same and offer the same features, so their only differences are aesthetic.
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Aug 19, 2014
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
I'm torn between the KBGT741 vs KBT741. I typically brew 16oz. for myself. Which is best for my drinking habits?
Fred B on Nov 21, 2013
Best Answer: If you tend to make a partial pot, I'd suggest going with the Technivorm KBT741, as it offers the manual drip stop basket. The KBT drip stop has three positions for fully closed, fully open, and partially open flow from the brew basket. In the KBT741 you can then put that drip stop into the middle position and have a partially open flow for a half carafe. This allows the grounds to stay moist longer if you frequently brew half pots with less grounds and water in your machine. For just 16oz at a time, this KBGT741 does not offer a partial position on the brew basket. Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Nov 21, 2013
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
Is there a secret to properly securing the base plate to the machine? Does it disconnect whenever the machine is moved?

Jack
A shopper on Oct 25, 2013
Best Answer: You should be able to tuck small lip of the base plate under the body of the Technivorm to secure it in place. However if the machine is lifted or moved a significant amount then, yes, unfortunately the base will become disconnected.
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Oct 28, 2013
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
The lid does not always fit tight on the thermal carafe. It seems that it works better when you turn it counter clock wise to close it. Is this the correct way, or is it defective?
A shopper on Jul 28, 2013
Best Answer: The pour/brew through lid for my brewer screws on, righty tighty, left loosy...if you went counter clockwise ever, it probably stripped the threads.

Although, after repeated use, my brew through lid also is somewhat loose, it does not interfere with brewing or pouring for me though...so I have not done anything about it.

The other lid (not pour or brew through) fits on very tight and stays tight.
Reply · Report · Jonathan H on Aug 2, 2013
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)

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.

User Manuals for your Technivorm Moccamaster Coffee Maker


Articles Related to the Technivorm Moccamaster Coffee Maker

The ABCs of BPA Plastics


Videos Featuring the Technivorm Moccamaster Coffee Maker


Videos Featuring the Technivorm Moccamaster Coffee Maker

Technivorm and Temperature

Compare Technivorm and Bonavita Coffee Makers

Compare Technivorm and Breville YouBrew Coffee Makers

Compare Technivorm and Behmor Brazen Brewer

Taste Test: Technivorm, Bonavita, YouBrew, Brazen

SCG Crew Favorite Gear: Drip Coffee Makers

Reviews

Best coffee everReview by mb
Quality
Price
Value
Don't need any bells and whistles - this is the best coffee ever. Worth every dime! (Posted on 2/26/2015)
One of the Best I've OwnedReview by Jack
Quality
Price
Value
I am always secretly hoping my old coffee maker craps out so I can buy a better one.

I read numerous reviews, look at video reviews, I'm such a coffee but I just couldn't wait for my old one to crater, and sprung for the KGBT741.

And, I'm glad I did!

Simplicity of use, fast brewing time, perfect temperature, brass heating event, tremendous counter appeal -

I have probably owned 20+ drip coffee makers over the years, it is at the top of the list. (Posted on 2/17/2015)
Worth the moneyReview by Kyle
Quality
Price
Value
We have had several nice coffee makers over the years. This one is the best of the best. It is simple to operate. Supply's a fantastic cup of coffee and is extremely well made. (Posted on 1/13/2015)
a dutch dreamReview by LPlunk
Quality
Price
Value
I had been drinking bizarre tasting coffee from a Cuisinart Grind and Brew for years and decided to splurge and get this coffee machine.

Pros: makes great tasting, hot coffee. Cons: It is a larger machine and does have decidedly plastic components. That said, it still feels really sturdy and has performed great so far.

I originally looked to buy this at Crate and Barrel for the same price that SCG lists (because I could walk home with it). When you take into consideration ALL THE EXTRAS SCG sends with its product, you essentially are getting $75-$100 in bonus goods, things you would have to buy if you were to go to a big box store and just get the machine itself.

Excellent customer focus, SCG. Can't wait to use my gift card toward a proper bean grinder. (Posted on 8/29/2014)
Excellent coffee makerReview by Mike
Price
Value
Quality
Researched a lot if coffee makers and decided to take the plunge in puchashing this drip coffee maker. I like the smallish footprint and the polished silver look. The brew is quick and very hot. Machine is easy to clean and great looking. Fits under my cabinets easily so no issue with under cabinet storage when not in use. Figuring the right grind and amount has been interesting in getting the right flavor. Overall, would buy this again in a heartbeat! Very happy with the unit. (Posted on 5/2/2014)
Great Coffee poor thermal propertiesReview by Mike
Value
Quality
Price
I really enjoy the coffee but found the thermal carafe to not be up to standards. It does not retain the coffee's heat even when you pre-warm the carafe. I have had multiple thermal carafe machines and all out perform this one. The brew system perform quickly and gives a hot cup of coffee. Flavor is great and brew speed is exceptional. If Technivorm would fix the thermal carafe it would be a five star but because of this lack of performance its price to value is only average at best. (Posted on 2/25/2014)
Love my machine and coffeeReview by ashanean
Price
Value
Quality
This coffee machine is for people who love a good cup of coffee!
The carafe keeps coffee hot, you just have to warm up the caffe first. Once you get use to how the machine works, it performs way better than other machines. You also use less coffee with this machine because the machine brews coffee at the right temperature. My husband is in love with this machine and with the coffee it makes. We cannot go back to old coffeemakers now! Also this machine makes evn the cheapest coffee taste good! I m thinking about getting another one! (Posted on 2/23/2014)
great drip coffee makerReview by edorlow
Quality
Price
Value
I love my coffee. My wife bought the technivorm moccamaster for me because my old coffee maker seemed to be on its last legs and she knew I would not spend that much money on myself. She does not drink coffee.

I must admit that I really didn't believe that a machine could really make a difference in how a cup of coffee tastes. I was wrong. The first pot I brewed was with the coffee brand that I have been drinking for years. Recently I started using creamer to cut the bitterness of the coffee. Now with my McMaster, I don't use creamer anymore. The coffee I brew is full bodied, rich without any bitterness at all.

The machine seems to be well built. Yes there are plastics, but it seems to be plenty sturdy and it works well. (Posted on 12/20/2013)
Good coffee, gets cold almost instantlyReview by JC
Price
Value
Quality
Have had the TV thermo for about two years. At first I was in love with the great coffee it made, but it didn't take long to discover that the carafe is lousy...it doesn't keep the coffee hot for more than 15 minutes. I now find myself heating up my second cup in the microwave (horrors!). I even got a second carafe (first one dropped and handle broke), and it is the same story...coffee cold after the first cup. Love the coffee, hate it cold. Will probably be trading this guy in for something better. (Posted on 12/9/2013)
Too Many PartsReview by Los Ranchos Gal
Quality
Price
Value
I found this machine to be too cumbersome to use - esp. in the morning, when all I want is a decent cup of hot coffee that doesn't require so many steps to prepare or clean up. For the high price, I'd like the machine to do more for me vs. the other way around. (Posted on 10/22/2013)
Great Machine!Review by jmoore
Price
Value
Quality
I am a very particular about my coffee. With this machine, I am now enjoying fantastic coffee each and every time! (Posted on 9/30/2013)
Excellent!Review by Dave
Price
Value
Quality
The Technivorm Moccamaster KBGT741 with Thermal Carafe is as good as they say it is and worth every penny. Each morning I grind with the Baratza Encore grinder and brew with the Moccamaster. I use "PUR" filtered water and quality coffees of various types. The result is a great cup of Jo. Like many nicer things in life, you don't know what you're missing until you have one. (Posted on 9/25/2013)
Great drip brewer, hot coffee, true to taste, simple and efficient designReview by Jonathan H
Value
Quality
Price
This is a great drip brewer. It makes coffee very quickly, very hot, that tastes great. I have had no issues, the design is easy to use, easy to clean, and simple. There are not a lot of moving parts, and any parts can be replaced easily if they become damaged from misuse or normal wear and tear. (Posted on 8/2/2013)
Excellent coffee from this coffee makerReview by Amy
Price
Value
Quality
I researched what makes a great cup of coffee and found that this coffee maker has what it takes. It heats the water to the optimum temperature and keeps it there. I love the thermal carafe that keeps the coffee hot for a long time. It is worth the money. (Posted on 7/11/2013)
Excellent coffee maker, cheap feel for the priceReview by Roland1240
Price
Value
Quality
While this coffee maker brews the best cup of coffee that I have ever had from a drip style coffee maker, the quality of the components is nowhere near the price charged. The caraffe doesn't hold temperature for near long enough . The drip through stopper will not screw down tightly, and is easily turned past the stop, causing the stopper to become loose again. The plastic parts and caraffe just feel cheap and insubstantial.
The capacity is another issue. It is fine for two or three people. If you're going to make coffee for a crowd, you will need a decent Thermos to hold the first batch while you brew the next. The capacity is 10 European cups, (4 oz. ea.), NOT 10 US cups, (6 oz. ea.).
All-in-all though, it still brews an awesome cup of coffee, just be prepared for "Wal-Mart" quality components. (Posted on 5/27/2013)
A good coffee makerReview by Ted
Price
Value
Quality
It is a big expense, so we were wondering how it would fare. When it arrived I cleaned our old Capresso coffee maker and we did a comparison test with the exact same amount of coffee and water in each. The Techivorm was faster. The taste was about equal but the technivorm was a bit smoother using Dean's Beans Costa Rican French Roast coffee. I think the first batch after cleaning the Capresso was better than average, now after a month I think the Technivorm is a bit to quite a bit better.

We use the gold filter. The gold filter that came with the Technivorm is exactly the same as the Capresso gold filter, which has lasted forever. I empty the grounds out of the gold filter and then rinse it with hot water using the squirter on the kitchen sink.

We make the same amount of coffee with each batch, so we grind exactly the same amount of coffee beans each batch. We set the grind so it is just fine enough that the water fills the gold filter to the black rim. The tap water tends to be a little bit warmer in the summer, so I usually have to make the grind just a little bit coarser during the warm months.

Hopefully not having a carafe to keep hot will contribute to energy conservation.

(Posted on 5/15/2013)
Like the productReview by Mel
Price
Value
Quality
Decided to get rid of the keurig as I was using 2-3 pods daily. Read the review on the Moccamaster in Cook's Magazine and decided to make the investment. Will spend a lot less on coffee! Easy to use, brews a really good cup-the thermal carafe keeps my coffee warm so I enjoy thoroughly hot coffee for the two hours I drink it before work. And it is easy for a technophobe like me to use. Recommended! (Posted on 5/14/2013)
Very rich tasting coffeeReview by Rick
Quality
Price
Value
Being a musician, I have worked (and drank coffee) in the finest hotels in Manhattan. The Technivorm brews coffee that's equal to them all. It's easy to use and the coffee is rich tasting without any bitterness ! (Posted on 4/8/2013)
Excellent tool for the jobReview by szaydel
Quality
Price
Value
I firmly believe in using right tools for the job, and in simplicity and functionality of the tools. This is an excellent tool if you want consistently high quality coffee that does not take a lot of time to prepare. This is a very simple machine, which I like. I tend to not want any electronics in a machine other than the barest minimum required to control operation, and this machine has just enough. All service parts are easy to replace and do not cost a lot, which to me is critical, because I expect the expensive stuff to last for a long, long time. (Posted on 4/6/2013)
Too expensive given the qualityReview by Jane
Quality
Price
Value
"Hand-built"? Give me a break. Not worth $300. (Posted on 4/4/2013)
A bit flimsy for the priceReview by Mark Z
Quality
Price
Value
The plastic tray upon which the metal carafe sits is incredibly cheap given the price of this product. If not attached correctly, the carafe lid does not correctly contact the trip mechanism on the drip cup, the result of which is that all the coffee and some grounds flows onto the counter and not the carafe. What a mess. I finally glued the tray in place and it now works. They need to rework the tray to coffeemaker connection design. (Posted on 4/4/2013)
Love my TechnivormReview by Pierre
Quality
Price
Value
I have always enjoyed coffee casually. About a year ago I started watching the SCG videos and quickly became hooked on them. I owe it to the lovely SCG girls on educating me further on coffee and here is where I learned about the Technivorm. I could not be happier and enjoy my coffee every day. I use it with the Baratza Encore and they work well together. I also got a handful of freebies with my purchase which was a great deal. (Posted on 2/20/2013)
Expensive but worth itReview by Amy
Quality
Price
Value
I first heard about this machine from Cooks Illustrated and was impressed with the copper heating element, but still hesitant to pay $300 for coffee machine, especially since we already own a Nespresso. I loved the look of this and was pleased it wasn't made in China, so figured it would last.

Having used it for a few weeks now, I'm happy to say, it's very easy to use, it brews a pot a lot faster than our old Cuisinart, and I am very happy to say that I can really taste the difference in the taste of the coffee (I was really worried that after paying so much, I would be disappointed). It's rich, strong, and smooth - there is absolutely no bitterness, and I love the thermal pot - I turn off the power as soon as the coffee is brewed and it stays hot. I don't find any difference in how hot the coffee stays whether I fill the carafe with hot water prior or not, but we finish the coffee within 90 minutes or less.

I didn't realize this comes with a brew-thru lid, so don't make the mistake I did and order a separate one!

(Posted on 1/29/2013)
We love the coffee it makesReview by HoneybeeLives
Price
Value
Quality
I put off buying this coffee pot for a year, because it is expensive and doesn't have a clock so the brew is ready in the morning.

I finally took the plunge, and it is the best, smoothest coffee I can imagine. The design, and the fussiness of all the pieces, takes a little getting used to, but after two weeks we are used to it, and wanted to take the coffee pot with us when we were visiting relatives over the holiday!

I love the look.... a little bit like the space shuttle... and I am thrilled with my purchase.

There are no bells or whistles... just really good coffee. A new morning ritual. (Posted on 12/31/2012)
Buy it only if you have $$$ to spareReview by Oleg
Price
Value
Quality
After roasting and brewing coffee manually for several years, I decided to cut some time by allowing a super duper hot Dutch coffee maker make me several cups of coffee trouble free.
I was impressed in the beginning by the main unit and then puzzled by three flimsy plastic parts: a cover for a water container, a cover for a coffee cone and the coffee cone itself.
Then I looked into tha manual to see what the machine does to bring out the flavor of coffee - it vaguely said something about an automatic mode, which I though would allow coffee to bloom.
Putting all lids aside I made an empty run. Seeing water bubbles coming up the glass tube is very cool. But water comes out from the metal nozzle and it almost never drips in the middle of the grounds. The way it's designed, the holes are very close to the sides of the coffee cone, the holes actually don't even come to the middle. Most of the time, water drips from first 3-5 holes, on a side of the grounds, eventually grounds get saturated, but from my experience of manually poring coffee all these years, I believe it's a major cut in coffee quality.
I did not see any major difference between beginning of the coffee brewing cycle, middle or the end of it. So I end up pressing the safety button activated by carafe with one hand, mixing the coffee grounds slowly with the other hand and watch the water level to rise. When water level rises to 2-4 cm below the edge, I would put carafe back in and allow coffee to drain. This way I can achieve some blooming time.
Last thing, I realized that 3-4 oz of water stays in the coffee maker at all times, so basically I reheat old water again and make coffee out of it. Gross!
I wish I looked into Behmor Brazen before spending my money on this grossly overpriced coffee maker.
It does produce some very hot water, but the way it functions - as a very expensive piece of pour over setup, useful to serve many people though (Posted on 12/24/2012)
WOWReview by Jeff - Santa Monica
Price
Value
Quality
Over the last few years I have developed my coffee tastes and knowledge slowly but surely. Still the price was a bit concerning.... I mean it is a drip coffee machine. It arrived last evening and I could not wait until this morning's brew. All I can say is WOW. It does everything it says and then some. The water is genuinely at the right temperature from the first drip on. I love the auto shut off feature that this newer model has and automatic pre infusion. In my eyes, the design is beautiful. And like the SCG video says - watching it brew and bubble up is like a lava lamp.... hey - I'd pay $10 more to have them install some neon colors :)

SCG has been wonderful and VERY helpful. I so appreciate their entire website and mission to educate. Thank you! Of course there is some self serving interest in doing so -- my new grinder and my new espresso machine are on the way! (Posted on 12/14/2012)

Write Your Own Review

You're reviewing: Technivorm Moccamaster KBGT741 Thermal Carafe

How do you rate this product? *

  1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars 5 stars
Quality
Price
Value

You may also be interested in the following product(s)

close

Join our email list

RECEIVE A SPECIAL OFFER

Be the first to learn about exclusive offers
and new products - starting today!

 

JOIN
*Some exclusions apply. See coupon for more details.