Side by Side Comparison of: Kitchen Selectives vs DeLonghi
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Five Star Reviews:
Still working great 3 years later
December 17, 2015
All the complaints are true about this coffeepot, but I still love it. It does not keep the coffee cup hot and the lid does not open when I press the button. I just press the button with one finger and depress the back of the lid at the same time and it opens every time. I bought it 3 years ago and will buy again when it dies. I used to have a one cup Mr Coffee and it lasted me for many years, I just loved it. When it died I bought another and it died within 3 months. Then I bought a Black & Decker and that died in two months. When I found this I figured it too would die within months but the price was reasonable so I took my chances and it's still working three years later. I have three cups of coffee daily and one cup machine is just perfect for me..
made to a great temperature every time
April 6, 2015
Wow I gotta say I was surprised. One full cup of coffee, made to a great temperature every time. I use this to make coffee the old fashioned way but this makes my espresso while I prepare other stuff.
My only gripe (but I've since fixed it) is that the mesh filter inside is NOT enough to get a smooth roast, there WILL be coffee grounds in it no matter what. However, I bought 99 cent paper filters for normal machines, wrapped it around the mesh filter, added my roast and voila! No more grounds as it's now double filtered. I literally have no complaint so far, this is awesome for the price!
Works better than Kuerig
October 5, 2014
I bought this to replace a brand new Keurig that I stupidly paid a HUNDRED dollars for thinking since I only made ONE cup of coffee per day it would last me at lease 20 years considering the high price and the fact my last coffee maker cost ten bucks and lasted 10 years! Well, the Keurig started having problems during its 3rd cup and died on it's fourth cup! I bought this because it said you could use the k kup pods. well, whoever said that was an idiot, they don't fit, BUT because I had 50 K Kups left, I tore one open and poured it into this little machines basket and VOILA' a great tasting cup of coffee even faster than the stupid Keurig! Now, if it lasts me ten years I'll be happy!
Excellent for hot tea
December 21, 2013
I had almost stopped drinking hot tea because I hated using the microwave or stove top to boil water for one cup of tea but this unit is perfect ... just remove the mesh coffee basket and within 90 - 120 seconds you have a cup of hot but not boiling hot water. It is just the right temp to drink without having to wait for it to cool off. I usually put the teabag in the cup but I saw that other reviewers put it in the mest basket. It is a slow drip so not the best option for things that need hot water added all at once, like oatmeal, but I can heat the water into a measuring cup and then pour directly into a hot cereal or hot chocolate powder. The thing I miss most on it is there is not viewable water reservoir as coffee makers have so you have to measure the water before pouring it into the reservoir. An auto shut off would be helpful also but even if I forget there is not water inside to worry about boiling away. It is one of the best spontaneous purchases I've made in a long time...well worth the price. So far I have no complaints about any feature.
Worth more than what I paid for it - very good value.
July 19, 2012
This is the perfect solution for anyone who enjoys on-demand fresh brew, an occasional cup or who has no counter space for a larger unit. We already owned a 12-cup, much more elaborate electric coffee maker when I started searching for a Father's Day gift for my husband. He really likes coffee but not every day. And, he's the only one in our home who drinks it.
Everything comes in a sturdy box suitable for gift wrapping. I gave it to him with various bags of gourmet ground coffee. Had I thought about it, I might have added a personalized mug, just to make the gift more special.
The coffee brews in just a few minutes to the perfect temperature - no waiting for cool down. The white ceramic mug is a nice value-add; now my husband has a mug just for him. He likes the size of the mug handle - lots of room for man-sized fingers. The mug has no markings or label. You can add the amount of water for brew strength and the serving size you prefer. There are level marks inside the water reservoir - 8, 10, 12 and 14 ounces.
The reuseable metal mesh basket filter is generously sized as well. There is more than enough room for extra grounds. This is an open-top filter and is not replaceable with k-cups nor similar disposable coffee pods.
Even though it comes with a mug, the drip area is spacious; any mug will easily fit. The unit is short enough to store on a shelf inside our kitchen cabinet. There are three rubber feet, each about the size of a pencil eraser. These keep the coffee maker up off the counter a little bit and also deter skidding around. The entire unit is on the light side. The metal basket filter, filter housing, removable drip tray and grate survived our dishwasher. The mug survived our dishwasher and microwave. The coffee maker is black and grey plastic. The black electric cord is 27.5 inches long, including the plug. There is no cord keeper. This unit does not turn itself off. Everything is made in China.
Great so Far.
September 26, 2017
Excellent product so far, I've only had it a week and haven't used it that much.
August 25, 2017
Love this machine my kids even love it my poor keirig All alon!!!!!
November 11, 2016
Perfect coffee. easy to use
Love My Delonghi maker
June 12, 2016
Love My Delonghi maker! I just hope they still make this product down the road! I am a loyal customer.
Excellent price for a quality product! Hard to find Combination maker, I look forward to making my morning coffee
Four Star Reviews:
Not bad at all
April 11, 2017
Great for what I needed it for, a cheap since serve coffee maker for a trip to Vegas! Small enough to fit it the luggage, allowed me to have fresh coffee first thing in the morning with out having to go to a coffee chain or restaurant
I like to brew 1 cup at a time
March 25, 2016
I'm the only coffee drinker in our home. I like to brew 1 cup at a time. Love my Kuerig but felt guilty about the waste and cost of the pods. I tried a pour-over but the coffee was too weak. I bought this little thing on a whim based on the reviews. This little machine is perfect!. Simple, easy to clean, and brews a great cup of coffee. And so cheap. They could double the price, and still sell me one. My only suggestion they add automatic turn off, in case the fool using it forgets to turn it off. (That would be me)
Decent for the Price
June 5, 2015
This coffee maker is a great little one shot coffee maker for the price, and although I have been using it for about a week, I can see why it has received its great ratings.
Inexpensive (reason for 4 stars instead of 3)
Doesn't hold a lot of coffee (2-3 Tablespoons depending on the grind)
Steam that comes out of the top, can and will cause severe burns if not careful.
14 Ounce Water Capacity
5.5" Cup Capacity (With Drip Tray Removed) (No Travel Mug)
Slow to brew
Since I have received this coffee maker I have changed my daily routine, I get up take my shower get dressed, then I start the coffee, while I wait for the coffee, I brush my hair and teeth, finish getting ready and put my shoes on. It take a good 5 mins to brew 12 ounces of water. I usually fill the coffee maker up with 16, then noticed that 2 ounces leak out as part of an overflow measure. However after five minutes I only have 12 ounces of water, 2 ounces continually remain in the coffee maker. (Reason for wanting to give 3 stars)
All in all its a good little coffee maker for the price. I can't say I would spend more then $10 on it though.
Great product for the price.
August 19, 2014
I've had this coffee maker for just a few weeks, but have been using it quite regularly. The coffee maker comes with a white mug, but you can use your own if you so prefer. It does not make the greatest cup of coffee, but it's ok. I use it at work and just store it in the cupboard. Very easy to take out, make a cup of coffee and put it back in the cupboard. It's not the fastest maker out there, but works for me. I love the fact that coffee comes out hot, not barely hot. Keep in mind, after you finished making your cup of joe, that there will be hot steam coming out when you open the top to wash the filter. Either wait a couple minutes before opening it, or be very careful - you don't want to get burned! Most of the time I have to press the button (to open the top) several times before it actually opens, but never had to pry it open with anything. Last thing I want to mention is that there is quite a bit of residue in the bottom of the cup when I use this coffee maker. I haven't tried it with a paper filter or coarser coffee grind - I just don't drink the coffee to the last drop - leave a bit on the bottom. Other than the faulty button and the residue on the bottom of the cup - I don't have any complaints!
1-Cup like it ought to be
April 5, 2014
I've had this little coffee maker less than a week, so you'll get no valid information about longevity from me.
However, it makes a *good* cup of coffee & *quickly*.
In addition the brew basket lifts in & out easily, cleans up the same way.
Oh, and on the No Auto Off issue, though I'd never recommend leaving it turned ON,
appears that leaving it ON a minute or two -but not three- will not burn out the heating element.
As it finishes brewing, mine makes rude noises, Whusssss KaPoW! there's no mistaking the fact that
Your coffee is ready .....NOW.
UPDATE - 5/8/14 - I was reading other reviews, yes, there is a problem with top lid lifting by itself
when you press the "open" button. Looked at it, it's spring loaded, and is supposed to pop-up by itself.
Open lid, use the button, see plastic part that holds the lid closed move back & forth.
It's a little too long, doesn't retract far enough, especially once you've brewed coffee and
it expands from heat (??). I took my tiny keychain knife, and wittled maybe an 1/10" off the length.
Still not perfect, but better, I may have to take off another 1/16.
Oh... have managed to forget & leave it on for 30 minutes after brewing stopped, did not harm the machine.
Update 12/18/14 -- Still working fine with daily use 1x to 3x a day.
BTW - In case you didn't notice, there's a secondary basket beneath the nylon coffee filter that wants cleaning regularly.
September 12, 2017
So far so good - had some reviews of the unit breaking down quickly, but has been good for us so far
Warning get a warranty on all used products....!!!!
February 23, 2017
This is an amazing machne when it works jus wish i knew that if the plate burned out after 4 uses I would have protected with warranty now i am stuck with this mega machine and cannot use it because it does not get hot anymore. When it was working the coffee was amazing
This replaces one just like it we'd had for years and finally quit working
November 7, 2016
This replaces one just like it we'd had for years and finally quit working. The new one works great and makes perfect foam for latte's. The poor from the caraft is better but still not great.
Disappointed in DeLonghi
May 2, 2016
Sometime ago we had a DeLonghi combination machine and we were quite happy with it. I recently purchased another for my husband as a gift. Just two weeks after it arrived it began to malfunction. We returned it, replaced it and had been quite satisfied for approximately 5 months. Suddenly, this machine did exactly the same thing as the other machine and ceased to work. There seems to be something consistently wrong with the digital timer mechanism. I won't be re-ordering this time. I'm very disappointed.
November 1, 2015
Works beautifully - makes excellent expresso and coffee. Couldn't be happier with my new expresso/coffee machine.
The coffee side works great and the espresso side worked very well
October 17, 2014
The coffee side works great and the espresso side worked very well... for a while at least. My girlfriend says her espresso is always bitter now and prefers to buy it from the coffee shop.
Three Star Reviews:
April 11, 2016
Works as described and brews a decent cup of coffee, using ground coffee of your choice. Will brew from 8 to 14 ounces.
Observed 2 problems, one of them serious:
1) There is a lingering metallic taste, even after several recommended flushing and vinegar procedures. This seems to be typical of Chinese produced items. There is also a strong "plastic" odor when the unit is hot.
2) As noted in other reviews, the cover tends to be forcefully ejected from the unit. This occurs when the unit is used 2-3 times in a short period of of time. Evidently, the heat produced softens the lid, allowing the small hinge pegs securing it to the base to pull out. A spring-loaded plunger, depressed when the lid is closed, then launches the lid off of the unit with a force that could cause injury.
I like the idea of this product more than the actual ...
November 15, 2015
I like the idea of this product more than the actual execution. I bought this when I moved in with someone who didn't drink coffee, and I needed a quick and inexpensive replacement for my 10 cup maker that was broken in the move. I would always make more coffee than I needed, and I thought that a one-cup model would cut down on waste and would result in fresher coffee every time. While that was the case, there were other issues that are leading me to return to a more traditional model.
-one cup is quicker to brew than ten, so it is technically faster
-small footprint in the kitchen-it doesn't require a lot of counter space
-messy. The filter requires dumping and washing after each use, and grounds can get everywhere. Also, grounds get inside the water well inside the unit, as well as under the filter holder. I usually have to take the entire unit apart and wash it, lest there be grounds and sediment in my coffee
-you are limited on the size of the cup of coffee you can brew. No filling a 16oz travel mug with this machine
-the machine is slow brewing. It takes approximately three minutes to brew one cup of coffee...which is a lot if you are on your way out the door in the morning
-coffee quality. There has been sediment in every cup of coffee made with this machine, no matter what type of coffee I use.
If you don't make coffee a lot, I would recommend this item. If you are like me, and everyday drinker who enjoys several cups, stick with more traditional methods.
Good cheap coffee maker.
October 15, 2015
It makes a good cup of coffee. However, there are a couple of design flaws that bother me. First - the power ON/OFF switch is located on a side at the bottom of the unit. That makes it impossible to use it with only one hand. You have to hold the coffee maker with one hand while pushing the switch with the other. It will make more sense to position the switch so it faces upward. Second - occasionally, the top lid pops up and separates from the unit while coffee is being made. I guess the hit and plastic expansion has something to do with it. Overall I am satisfied and when this unit will finally break I will get another one....you simply can't beat the price.
Great for the Price! But...
May 20, 2015
To be honest, I would like to leave five stars for this nice little coffee maker; In fact, I like it so much that I bought a second one for home a few days after I bought the first for my office. The water seems to come out at just the right temperature and so it makes a great cup of coffee! The reusable filter is very easy and convenient to use and clean. That said, the electric cord is so short (24 inches) that I had to spend more money for an extension cord for one of the coffee makers, and I really wish this little machine came with a timer to turn itself off. I am afraid that someday I will leave it on all day, and that's not good. I would have gladly paid extra to have these added conveniences and safety measures and the great cup of coffee that this little machine turns out.
heating element burned out
April 21, 2015
For the first two weeks, this little machine worked just fine. It took about 7 minutes to brew each cup, but otherwise it made some decent coffee. Then, one day, I may have waited a minute or so too long to shut off the machine, and the heating element blew. I'm replacing it with a similar model from another company which has an auto-shut-off feature.
February 1, 2017
April 6, 2016
fine, as described
Started off good, but steamer stopped working
February 11, 2016
At first I really liked the unit, and it was my first combo unit. After a few months, the steam wand stopped working. I do need to contact the company, but haven't yet.
OK, with issues
November 17, 2015
I've had this machine for a couple of weeks, it has a nice look, is programmable [on the coffee side only], and so far it works, but I have several caveats. First, it doesn't handle ESE Espresso Pods which I like, and had I realized this I would not have bought it. Second, while it appears compact and suitable for small, tight counter spaces, it really isn't. First, on the Espresso side you have to allow for the space it takes to get top cap off and the water loaded, and you have to load water each time you make espresso--there is no reservoir. Also, on the coffee side, you have to have a lot of extra space to swing the handled part six inches or so to the right so that you can get the coffee in, and it must be COMPLETELY OPEN before you can put water in the machine--take a look at the pictures and you will see how you have to do this. This requires me to pull the entire unit out of its space every time I want to fill it then put it back, otherwise I can't get the door open. In my view, it would have made much more design sense to have the handled part pull straight out.
Solution to water spurts while making Expresso
September 27, 2014
a frequent complaint is water spurting outside the expresso filter cup. The knob that is turned is a mechanical valve that releases hot water onto the expresso grinds. Under pressure due to the boiler, it will spurt out all over if you suddenly open the valve all the way. Open it gradually, let the pressure that has built up dissipate, and then open the valve all the way. Wont leak all over the place if you do this. instructions should be re-written to address this problem. overall it's ok.
Two Star Reviews:
Lid is stuck and coffee is burned
December 6, 2016
Took it out of the box, set it up, made a coffee, too burned, ick. Same coffee I've been using for a while. Decided to try it again, I can't get it open! The little button on top of the machine is supposed to unhinge the top so you can fill with water and new coffee....nope. Stuck. Brand new. I jiggle it, stick something under the lid, it opens, sighhhhh. Try another coffee, it is burning the coffee. It brews too high. There aren't any adjustments on the machine. Done. Not a good machine.
The other thing I don't like is you can't see the lines in back to ...
September 1, 2016
I bought it because of the low price & because I want it for hot water to make tea. The first one came and the button on the top worked maybe twice then never opened again while pushing the button. I use my fingernail under the lid lip while pushing the button (it's supposed to open automatically when you push the button). I sent that one back thinking it was just a fluke. I got the second one a couple days ago. Same thing, push the button the lid is supposed to open automatically. Worked about 2 times then nothing. This maker does not do what it's designed to do. The other thing I don't like is you can't see the lines in back to know where to fill the maker for the amount of water you want. It's not a very good maker I'm sorry to say but guess you get what you pay for. If you want a cheap maker for coffee or tea & you don't mind using your fingernail to open the lid or having to guesstimate how much water to put in so it doesn't overfill or under fill then this is the maker for you.
attractive design, smaller footprint, reasonably priced....but flawed design/manufacturing and very slow.
January 21, 2016
I wanted to like this coffee maker...attractive design, smaller footprint, reasonably priced, etc. However, It is very slow (takes about 6 minutes to make a cup of coffee using room temperature water from a Berkey water purifier).
After using it, there are some design/manufacturing flaws that warranted a return. You push DOWN on the button on the top to open it, which is supposed to release the catch and a spring pops open the top. However, on my unit, that was rarely the case. Consequently, I had to insert a paring knife between the lid and frame to open it. In addition, the elliptical shape of the front was such that the filter holder could not be removed for cleaning without again inserting a paring knife. It's not clear if mine was just defective but I'm guessing that this is a design flaw that causes many/most units to experience similar problems.
Defeats the purpose of easy clean. It also brews slowly
December 4, 2015
The picture (buy the whole package---mug and Kcup coffee..is very misleading. It does not use kcups. Regular coffee with a reusable filter. Defeats the purpose of easy clean. It also brews slowly...very slowly. I know why the low price.
READ DESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY
April 14, 2015
I purchased this coffee maker to use when traveling and I'm sure my problem is my own fault for not paying more attention. The ad on Amazon.com shows 30-count K-cups "frequently bought together" with this single serve coffee maker. I therefore assumed that K-cups are used in this machine. THIS COFFEE MAKES DOES NOT USE K-CUPS. I am very disappointed because the most important feature was that I could use K-cups which I have used for years. Now I have to either purchase ground coffee which I do not want to do or donate the pot to charity and purchase a different coffee maker. There were no return instructions in the package and, besides, it's very heavy and would cost too much to send back.
As I said, it's my own fault so I'm stuck. At least I can use the K-cups I bought in my Keurig at home.
The combination of an espresso and coffee machine sounded great. Well
September 19, 2017
The combination of an espresso and coffee machine sounded great. Well, its not! The coffee machine is at the bottom of functionality with minimal feature; not that a coffee machines need features. The espresso machine pumps out just a small cup of coffee. The pressure or bars that an espresso need to give the creme and that full body richness, its not here in this machine. I would've returned it but stupid me got rid of the box. Next step is just espresso machine and french press.
January 3, 2017
Liked the machine, but it quit working after about 4 months.
Don't waste your money
July 17, 2016
Drip coffee maker quit working after 7 months
Updated review after one year
December 14, 2015
Update:We have had this for exactly a year and we use it daily.The espresso side has been a problem. It started clogging and blowing water out of the frother soon after we got it so we stopped using espresso grind because we thought it was too dense ... kinda defeats the purpose ... but it brewed. Then we had to start turning the switch to off so it would build pressure and then switch it on to work ... now ... nothing ... glad we paid $10 for the protection plan.The pots tend to leak when you pour but other than that they are great.
January 28, 2015
This machine was itoo complicated and mpossible for my wife use as a quick coffee & latte maker.
Collect $200, pass go, and keep going.
December 17, 2014
This is a combination of two below average coffee appliances mushed together by a bunch of folks in separate rooms (or one big room with no one facing eachother) with cheap plastics and thin metal bits. Nothing really lines up quite right and the you'll probably need to stockpile a few of the plastic parts to replace the ones that will crumble in your delicate grasp.The drip coffee half works just as good as any other drip coffee maker that you'll find on the open-box table at Walmart. If you use fancy coffee then it totally makes a gooder brown water... yay.The espresso half is... not great? Good luck with trying to produce any sort of crema, if someone has figured it out, please let me know what sort of moon wizardry is needed to conjure up the magical morning froth. I'm not a professional preparer of fine coffee delights by any stretch of the imagination, but this thing isn't going to help me roleplay any of my SO's baristo fantasies.So why did I give it a two start rating with a one star review? Well, it still feeds me caffeine in the morning, so there's that.
One Star Reviews:
Buy cheap and you'll be buying it again
April 29, 2015
Great price! Unhappily, it brewed just one cup of coffee and then died. No fanfare, no explosive exit, just dead. I watched it a while, hoping it would burst into flame or do something snappy. No luck. Just dead. I may or may not return it -- I mean, the hassle of trudging to the post office and then dealing with government employees versus the loss of $16? Nah. I'll use it as a lawn ornament and when people ask, What in the hell is that? I'll be able to say, That's what you get for being a cheapskate: one lousy $16 cup of coffee. They, in turn, will say, Wow, that's almost as bad as Starbucks! Lesson learned. Once again.
Same problem with first and second machine
March 15, 2015
I had the same problem with two different machines. The first one I bought, I couldn't get the kid to pop openusing the button unless I also wedged a butter knife in there. So I had Amazon send a replacement. Now I am having the same problem with the second one. I will press the button over and over different ways (not that there are that many ways to press a button) and it just never pops up unless I wedge something in there. So now debating whether to return this one too avoid the hassle since it was cheap and just keep using it with a butter knife popping it open every time.
Flimsy build, stopped working before 1 cup was made.
February 5, 2015
Flimsy piece of junk. When it arrived I could barely remove the basin that holds the coffee. I had to PRY it out.
Then started to make a cup of coffee and it quit squirting water at about 3/4 of the way thru the cup. It then continued to spurt sporadically but no more hot water to speak of. I then let it continue for a few minutes and gave up.
Packed it up and sent it back. Very flimsy build although it LOOKS good in the photo online.
Price was great expecially since it included a nice coffee CUP! Too bad it didn't work.
plastic smell and taste
December 27, 2014
We returned this coffee maker because it smelled so strongly of plastic and thus the coffee tasted horrible. We tried running it with plain water 6 or 7 times but it didn't do any good. The smell of the coffee maker and the finished coffee was obnoxious. We returned it and bought a different one.
January 10, 2014
This is not what I expected...The unit is short and does not accommodate taller mugs. It does not seem sturdy or well made, and most importantly, it does NOT have an automatic shut-off so the reservoir remains hot until manually turned off. This is a potential fire hazard...I'm returning it!
Second machine in 6 months and it stops working....
September 23, 2017
This coffee maker stopped working for no reason after one month of use. I returned it and was sent a replacement. After less than 6 months it has stopped working again. Terrible!!!!
Recieved with broken on button.
September 18, 2017
The on button for the espresso side was broken upon arrival, it needs to be held manually to work. Extremely disappointing, only way to receive support apparently is over the phone which doesn't really help someone with hearing loss, and I don't want to have to pay return shipping on this to try again. So until the machikne breaks fully all my espresso drinks are going to involve several minutes of standing next to the machine holding down a button.
2017 and like the product however five months late the coffee side ...
July 30, 2017
What do I do? I purchased this machine on Feb 15th, 2017 and like the product however five months late the coffee side is not functioning. I believe a purchased a three year warranty but can't find documentation of that. How do I get this replaced.
Extremely disappointed. I had hoped this coffee maker's quality would ...
January 31, 2017
Extremely disappointed. I had hoped this coffee maker's quality would match the a high-price I paid. No such luck. I have owned this coffee maker for 4 months and it is broken; does not even brew coffee. I am outside the return window of 30 days and am extremely disheartened.
I previously owned this coffee maker & loved it. After 4yrs it was starting to leak
December 11, 2016
I previously owned this coffee maker & loved it.After 4yrs it was starting to leak, I had no problems prior to this. I tried a couple of other brands but it didn't match up to this one so I purchased it again. As soon as I started to use it, it leaked from everyplace imaginable! I sent it back very disappointed.
Great, while it worked!
May 4, 2014
We ordered this machine through amazon, but from another seller. When we got this machine, we were really happy with all aspects of it - great for espresso, cappuccino and regular brewed coffee. However, about 9 months after we got it, the brewed coffee side just stopped working one day - totally dead. When we bought it, there was a 1-year warranty on it, so I contacted the seller through amazon (Cucinabella) to let them know that it had broken and to request a replacement machine. They however said they wouldn't replace it, but would rather just send me a fuse so we could fix it ourselves, or WE could pay to ship it back to them and they would replace the fuse for us. As I was unhappy with this answer, I requested a customer service number, so I could speak to someone about this, but they claimed not to have a customer service number, just e-mail. I reluctantly agreed to them sending the fuse, only because I just wanted a working coffee pot again. This was weeks ago and I still haven't received it! I I have also tried to go through Amazon customer service directly and they claimed they could do nothing to help. I am now going to try the manufacturer directly and hope they will do something, but I am very disappointed with the whole process. DO NOT buy this coffee machine if you're looking for something that will last for more than a few months.
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12 oz. Mug Included
Removable Drip Tray
Illuminated Power Light
Convenient Hinged Lid
Patented Flavor Savor Brewing System
Swivel Jet frother mixes steam, air and milk producing a rich, creamy froth for great cappuccinos
24 hour digital programmable timer
Durable and long lasting permanent gold tone filter is specially designed to keep even the finest grounds out of coffee
Pause and serve function allows you to enjoy a cup before the full pot is brewed.