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8-Cup Thermal Programmable Coffeemaker

$44.99

Details

Model: CM1609

With a stylish design and durable stainless steel carafe, this 8-cup coffeemaker is perfect for home, office or practically anywhere you want hot, fresh coffee at the touch of a button. All this, plus an easy-clean control panel and dishwasher-safe removable parts for effortless cleanup.

  • Thermal, double-walled stainless steel carafe keeps coffee hot and fresh for hours at a time
  • QuickTouch® buttons made for fast programming—from timing to auto brewing
  • Programmable clock with auto brew capability
  • Dishwasher-safe removable parts for easy clean-up
  • Easy-view water window
  • Sneak-A-Cup® feature allows for quick, on-the-go pours
  • while coffee is still brewing
  • Perfect Pour® carafe with enhanced, twist-and-lock lid for
  • safe, mess-free pours
  • 2-year limited warranty
Use and Care Manuals
CM1609 Use and Care Manual (pdf 1.1MB)

Specifications

Auto-off
Yes
Brewing Feature
Yes
Capacity
8 cups
Color
Black/Silver
Digital
Yes
Dimensions
11.5 x 8.89 x 13.9 in.
Dishwasher Safe Carafe
Yes
Material
Plastic/Stainless Steel
Number of Cups
8
Programmable
Yes
Sneak-a-cup Technology
Yes
Warranty
2 Year Limited
Water-level Indicator
Yes
050875806016

CM1609
  1. Thermal Carafe

    The thermal carafe holds plenty of coffee while keeping it warm. The stainless steel provides a look of elegance – allowing you to keep it on the counter at all times.

  2. Easy-Clean Surface

    Around buttons and on uneven surfaces can be hard to clean. The sleek design of this coffee maker's control panel doesn't have deep grooves or hard to reach cracks. Just wipe clean any spills!

  3. QuickTouch Programming

    This system allows you to program quickly and easily. By pressing a few quick buttons you've programmed the coffee maker to brew your coffee when you want it.


Reviews

8-Cup Thermal Programmable Coffeemaker is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 50.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good coffee but broken lid Have had this coffee pot for awhile. I like it, but the pour tab on my lid broke also. I would like a replacement lid.
Date published: 2017-12-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great coffe pot but lid broke again! This is the second 8 cup thermal pot I have purchased. This pot makes good coffee but the lid has problems. I replaced the first pot because it overflowed all the time after 6 months of functioning. Now with this replacement the lid the tab for pouring. Broke off . Is a replacement available. .?
Date published: 2017-11-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Broken lid also The tab on the lid has been partially broken for some time but now is completely broke off. I like the coffeemaker but now need a new lid.
Date published: 2017-10-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Design flaw Overall good thermal pot to keep the coffee nice and hot. However, there seems to have a design flaw in the lid that cause the coffee to overflow and create a mess in the kitchen. Couldn't find a replacement lid on line. Been a fan of B&D product but this may cause us to look for something else,
Date published: 2017-10-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from not as good as I wanted I bought this about 6 months ago. We are not heavy coffee drinkers, only a pot every couple of days. The cover to the carafe is broken already. The button you press to pour coffee broke. Now we have to remove the cover to pour the coffee. I have searched but am unable to find the part....how stupid is that!!!!!!
Date published: 2017-10-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good overall, but the lid just broke Like others here I recently had the lid of the pot break. However, I should add that I've had this coffee pot for many years and used it over a 1000 times before this problem occurred, so on the whole I would highly recommend it. I see that the company has been sending out replacements to folks who have noted a similar problem with the lid. Please contact me!
Date published: 2017-10-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not a robust design The one thing this coffee maker does is make a decent cup of coffee but so do most coffee makers.I've had mine for about 2-3 years now. The level-markings/gauge to show how much water you're putting in disappeared somehow and I had to draw lines over the window to indicate water levels. The weakest part seems to be in the carafe and its lid. The seal/gasket on the lid stretched and the thumb press mechanism to allow pouring coffee seems to be broken now. And the inside of the carafe is badly stained. I'd like to buy a new carafe and lid but I'm not sure how or where and it might end up costing almost as much a just throwing the whole thing out and buying a different unit.The order of operations is important. Set the basket in place carefully, then close the lid and THEN put the carafe in place.I seem to have a lot of trouble finding quality, reliable small appliances from any manufacturer. So many people just want cheap. I wish I could still get Braun. Of course, large appliances aren't what they once were either.
Date published: 2017-10-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from not all bad, but . . .... We owned a precursor to this model for many years (decades?), & I was literally just at that moment marveling to friends about how long it had been performing, when the thing smoked & died! I was happy to buy another B&D machine, but this newer one started off with a few quirks: the spring-opening valve to let coffee drain out of the basket does not line up well with the top of the carafe, so we have to make sure & prop the carafe up on the lip of the base to insure the button is pushed & avoid overflows. Now lately I have had the intake holes in the lid get clogged up with grounds, which results in the same overflows, sometimes even when we rinse the entire machine out after each use. My conclusion is that the basket volume is not enough to hold the amount of ground beans that would make a full carafe at the strength we like, so we are brewing only two thirds of the capacity of the tank/carafe. I am used to the process, but more often lately I find myself reverting to the old funnel & thermos method of making good strong coffee without all the fuss of babying this machine. Just to be fair, when it works, the coffee is good, & stays hot quite a while, & the clock/timer is easy to program.
Date published: 2017-10-09
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