Krups FME2-14 12-Cup Coffeemaker with Glass Carafe, Black

by admin on June 2, 2010

  • 12-cup coffeemaker with cascading brew head for even extraction
  • LED control panel; programmable clock/timer; brew-pause function
  • Flavor-control aroma switch; auto shut-off; DuoFilter water-filtration system
  • Glass carafe; 60-ounce water reservoir; audible “ready” signal
  • Measures 10-1/2 by 8-1/2 by 13-3/4 inches

Product Description
The FME2 Coffee Machine follows Krups’ long tradition of superior design and function. All Krups kitchen appliances have been inspired by experts and consumers with uncompromising standards of performance and quality. The FME2 quickly brews better tasting coffee thanks to a 1,100 watt heating element and a cascading brew head for even extraction. A highly visible blue LED control panel provides access to functions such as: a programmable clock for daily start and auto-off options (from 1-5 hours). The pause and serve feature allows interruption anytime during the brewing cycle to remove the carafe; an audible signal sounds when the brewing cycle is complete. The water reservoir holds 60 ounces and will automatically shut off when empty. Includes sturdy 12 cup glass carafe.

Krups FME2-14 12-Cup Coffeemaker with Glass Carafe, Black


{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

A Reviewer June 2, 2010 at 3:19 am

Bought this unit yesterday. Set it up last night to make 8 cups of coffee. Did not use the program feature as we weren’t sure exactly when we would be getting up. This morning I went into the kitchen to turn it on manually. I found 3 of the 8 cups of water had leaked out onto the counter. Never used it and it’s already broken. I’ll be taking it back to where I bought it for a refund today. Another thing I noticed while setting it up – you can’t separate the lid from the carafe. Not too good for cleaning.
Rating: 1 / 5

Patricia L. Traina June 2, 2010 at 4:57 am

Love it! It is the best coffee maker we have ever had. The Crafe is non spill. A++++
Rating: 5 / 5

Wayne D. Bachinski June 2, 2010 at 6:16 am

We have had coffee makers by Krups for years, but this in the “poorest” model they have ever produced. Luckily this morning (Saturday) I got up earlier than usual and found the pot running dry. We don’t set up to run automatically on the weekends. This is a real fire hazard. The problem stems from controls that are very hard to see and understand, especially for older people. The run function and the timer are on independant controls, and you must set both off instead of just one like the older models. The contributing factor is it not having an always lit LED display. It only comes on for a couple of minutes and then dims. Thus you can never see what functions are running. We also have a small puddle on the counter in the mornings where we have filled the reservoir the night before. I’m sorry I ever bought this thing and I’m done with Krups. Now I’m off to look for a replacement with a different brand. Hope this helps some of you make your decision.


A very unhappy Krups coffee maker owner!
Rating: 1 / 5

Jared DuBois June 2, 2010 at 6:18 am

I’ve been a big supporter of Krups Coffee makers for more than 20-years, but this latest offering was pure garbage. The ergonomics of opening and closing the filter chamber felt cumbersome and the indicator level was always challenging to read (multiple bubbles formed inside). I literally had to use a flashlight to read it! Even worse, the coffee (Starbucks, I might add) tasted terrible. I had to dispose of my new Krups in the rubbish and buy a Cuisinart. Talk about a brand image self destructing!
Rating: 1 / 5

Barbara Vedder June 2, 2010 at 7:56 am

Bought this to replace a Braun that died. Nothing works right–it overflowed until I took the filter out, coffee not hot, turns itself off and if it does you can’t get it to warm the pot again. Hard to program, not intuitive, fussy about the grind of the coffee. I have this in the garage and have ordered another Braun.
Rating: 1 / 5

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