The 72 oz. capacity Cuisinart Premium Single-Serve Brewer is a fully programmable and versatile home-brewing unit that is ideal for both personal use and entertaining, making it perfect for any household. Compatible with any brand of single cup pod including Keurig K-Cup pods and equipped with the HomeBarista Reusable Filter Cup, this coffeemaker makes it easier than ever for consumers to enjoy a wide array of hot beverages. The unit has five different cup-size settings (ranging from 4 ounces to 12 ounces), and an adjustable brewing temperature to ensure desired temperatures are reached. In addition to coffee, a hot water button can be used to prepare soup, tea, hot cocoa, and more, and the unit is equipped with a rinse function for easy cleaning.
- Compatible with any brand of single cup pod including Keurig K cup pods
- 5 beverage sizes: 412 oz.
- Removable 72 ounce water reservoir
- Hot water button lets you enjoy instant coffee, soup, tea and hot cocoa
- Rinse feature instantly cleans the inside of the brew chamber
- Fully programmable with a full spectrum of features, including Auto On/Off and adjustable temperature control
- Backlit blue LCD displays settings
- Removable drip tray for travel mugs
- Includes HomeBarista Reusable Filter Cup for ground coffee or tea
- Charcoal water filter
- Limited 3-year warranty
- BPA free
||11.03"(L) x 9.33"(W) x 12.13"(H)
|UC Cubic Feet
||11.25"(L) x 14.0"(W) x 13.13"(H)
|MC Cubic Feet
||14.5"(L) x 12.0"(W) x 14.0"(H)
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