Cuisinart Coffee Makers
The Coffee Bean Queen highly recommends the Cuisinart Grind & Brew Stainless Steel automatic coffee maker.
Cuisinart entered the US market kind of late, 1973.and when it did, it entered with the illustrious food processor. In 1988, the originators, Carl Sontheimers, a MIT trained physicist, and his wife Shirley Sontheimers sold the food processing company to Conair Management. Finally, in 1994, the luxury company introduced the coffee maker and in 2001 the Cuisinart Premier Series coffee makers makes its appearance - for which I am truly grateful.
Its brand logo is “Savor the Good Life” and trust me, I do and so does Julia Child. If you are going to buy one luxury home appliance this year, it should be the Cuisinart Grind & Brew Stainless Steel contraption. I bought mine in August and absolutely love it. I love the stainless steel interior and the sounds of the grind when I get up about 11am. The coffee tastes great and the only minor inconvenience I have, is washing the parts. However, I am just lazy. The grinder portion of the Grind & Brew machine comes right out of the coffee maker for easy cleaning.
Cuisinart also makes other small appliances like: blenders, can-openers, toasters, griddles, skillets, fondue sets, electric knives, toaster ovens, ice cream makers, scales, kettles, steamers and many more products. Overall, Cuisinart has a great reputation for its small appliances- all products look good and work well, plus with a limited 3-year warranty, you can't really go wrong.
You can even sign-up online for your warranty, saving you the cost of a stamp and the nagging thought if Cuisinart received your warranty. I don't know about you, but I probably fill-out 1 out of 3 warranty mailers, but if you can do it online you have a printable copy and it takes less than 3 minutes to do it and it's done. That said, I may have wasted those 3 minutes, where I could have “Savored the Good Life”, because I have had no problem with my Cuisinart coffee maker - and I use it at least twice a day.