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Black & Decker DCM675BMT 5-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker with Carafe, Black/Stainless

by admin on June 1, 2010

  • 5-Cup Capacity with thermal carafe
  • Programmable Brew Time and hot plate
  • Digital Soft Touch Pad and automatic shut off
  • Cord Storage
  • Removable Filter Basket, timer/clock, and water level indicator

Product Description
There’s nothing like a cup of fresh, flavorful coffee to start your fast paced morning. 5 cup coffeemaker brews great-tasting coffee quickly and hassle-free with an easy-fill water reservoir and the hot plate and thermal carafe keeps it warm. Has a programmable brew time to have it ready exactly when you need it. An active lifestyle like yours can’t have delays with your coffee. Soft digital touch pad and convenient automatic shut off leaves your mind worry free of important things like forgetting to turn your coffeemaker off. Cord storage leaves more space and less mess on your counter. Water indicator clearly visible for anyone to see. Sleek design looks good on any countertop. Perfectly small, convenient, and easy to use coffeemaker.

Black & Decker DCM675BMT 5-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker with Carafe, Black/Stainless


{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

nsv June 1, 2010 at 6:31 pm

I checked this out at Target today. Thanks to the previous review, I gave the handle a good tug and twist. It seemed fairly sturdy, but the carafe felt fairly light. The reason is that it’s not insulated. It is stainless, but thin. The only advantage that I can see is that it won’t break if dropped. Don’t count on the carafe to keep the coffee warm.

The box also doesn’t say if the coffeemaker will shut off automatically. I have to assume it doesn’t.

Too bad, it’s exactly the size I need and I’d like to have a programmable coffeemaker again.
Rating: 1 / 5

olddansker June 1, 2010 at 9:11 pm

Poorly designed, awkward to use. The control panel and water gauge are located on the side, thus requiring you to turn the brewer sideways when using. But what you see might as well have stayd out of sight. You cannot “read” the water gauge unless you hold a flashlight on it; impossible to see the water level, because of the dark colors. The control pad is flimsy and too small for easy touch control. The light indicating power on is so small that you have to bend down to be eye level with that light in order to see it clearly, and that eye level is less than three inches above counter top. You could easily leave the power on without ever noticing it. The stainless caraffe is handsome enough, but of course it has no water level indicator to compensate for the unreadable one on the base. I get irritated every time I make coffee.
Rating: 1 / 5

Jim June 1, 2010 at 10:39 pm

Product Features state:

- 5-Cup Capacity with thermal carafe

- Programmable Brew Time and hot plate

- Digital Soft Touch Pad and automatic shut off

- Permanent Filter and cord storage

- Removable Filter Basket, timer/clock, and water level indicator

There is no ‘Permanent Filter’ included with this product. I would have passed on this if this was made clear. I gave it 1 star only because I had to. It deserves ZERO Stars.

I am keeping it just because of the Carafe style.
Rating: 1 / 5

kidcase June 1, 2010 at 11:01 pm

It works. It makes coffee. And it’s programmable, so I have my coffee ready in the morning when I wake up. I bought it b/c it seemed to be the “middle ground” for someone living alone – a ten cup maker was overkill for me, but a 4 cup maker wasn’t enough to get me through my morning. The carafe is stainless, doesn’t keep the coffee warm for long, even if sitting on the burner. The carafe is also poorly designed – you have to hold it just right in order to not spill the coffee while pouring. Also, the water level is extremely hard to see with these 48 year old eyes, it’s set against a black background with no little red ball like some makers have, so you have to have it in bright light, and even then it’s hard to judge the water level as you’re filling. I’m looking forward to when it finally burns out so I have an excuse to buy another.
Rating: 2 / 5

Montedor44 June 1, 2010 at 11:13 pm

Most of the shortcomings have been mentioned already. I bought this for a very old person with not good eyesight or hearing. The control buttons and lights are near impossible to see. When I push a button, the entire machine slides away from me. The shape of the device is really slick, but that makes it hard to grab the machine to keep it from sliding away. I prefer functionality to slick design. I

t’s my fault for getting a steel carafe – that makes it hard to know when the coffee is ready, especially for the hard-of-hearing. It’s going back to Target.

Rating: 2 / 5

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