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BLACK+DECKER DCM18S Coffeemaker, 1, Black/Stainless Steel

  • BLACK+DECKER DCM18S Coffeemaker, 1, Black/Stainless Steel
  • BLACK+DECKER DCM18S Coffeemaker, 1, Black/Stainless Steel
  • BLACK+DECKER DCM18S Coffeemaker, 1, Black/Stainless Steel
  • BLACK+DECKER DCM18S Coffeemaker, 1, Black/Stainless Steel
  • BLACK+DECKER DCM18S Coffeemaker, 1, Black/Stainless Steel
  • BLACK+DECKER DCM18S Coffeemaker, 1, Black/Stainless Steel
  • BLACK+DECKER DCM18S Coffeemaker, 1, Black/Stainless Steel
  • BLACK+DECKER DCM18S Coffeemaker, 1, Black/Stainless Steel
  • BLACK+DECKER DCM18S Coffeemaker, 1, Black/Stainless Steel
  • BLACK+DECKER DCM18S Coffeemaker, 1, Black/Stainless Steel

BLACK+DECKER DCM18S Coffeemaker, 1, Black/Stainless Steel

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Delivery Time: 15-20 days
Delivery Time: 15-20 days

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Description
  • Personal Coffeemaker - This single-serve coffeemaker brews directly into the included travel mug
  • Permanent Grounds Filter - No need to buy wasteful paper filters
  • Automatic Shutoff - The coffeemaker turns off immediately after brewing
  • 15-oz. Travel Mug Included
  • Space-Saving Design - small kitchens, apartments, and dorm rooms
  • Note: Cup equals approximately 5 oz. (varies by brewing technique). Volts:120V/60Hz. Included Components: (1) Coffee Maker, (1) Travel Mug
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Not Perfect; But Nice (& Worth Your Cash)At $16.69 (Amazon price at the time of this review) you really can't beat the price, I think.This single cup coffee maker does EXACTLY what it says it will do and does it pretty quickly: 5 minutes from pouring in the water to getting your "steaming" hot cup of coffee (I put "steaming" in quotation marks because we registered 175 degrees F straight out of the machine when when measured during the first two cups of plain water (to clean, per instructions)).While it's nice, it's not perfect. I have one minor gripe and one relatively major gripe. Minor one, first. The device is sometimes a vampire device; this means that if you leave it plugged in (which apparently you can do) the coils sometimes stay warm (not sure what's going on, but it's been 50/50 to this point). Anyway, when it does stay warm, that means you're using electricity. So while plugging/unplugging is a pain, it's better (don't know how much) for my electric bill if I just use caution and plug/unplug.Major gripe. The supplied mug as an insulated mug is UTTERLY worthless. This is no Yeti-like mug; the heat transfers directly to the metal exterior. In other words, HOT! Use the handle. But speaking of the handle, it's also pretty iffy; there was quite a bit of flex in it (maybe I got a defective one?).In the end, nice product. Worth the cash; even with the gripes. 4 stars. 4... for a number of years now and generally been pleased until the last year or soWe have used these for a number of years now and generally been pleased until the last year or so. B&W has apparently changed something because this pot ran fine for several months until it began to brew with only about half of the amount of water placed into the reservoir. This has happened with the last two of these units we purchased, so we have no choice but to move to another manufacturer if we can find one. In the intirim, I will order one more of these so we will have a last ditch spare until we can find a more reliable solution. It is sad that B&W made such a mess of a heretofore nice and reasonable solution for a single cup brewer. 1 My Second One of These This is my favorite individual cup, non-pod, coffee maker. This is my second one of these. When my old one finally died after many many years, I tried a different coffee maker that brewed either pods or grounds and hated the way it tasted. I think it's because the pod/flex brewers are pressurized rather than old fashioned drip like this model is.For those looking for any downside to this brewer, here's my honest opinion on potential drawbacks to be aware: I use 2 full tbsp ground (to about 16 oz water) and 100% of the time they get all over the drip plate (only on the inside of the machine). This new one seems to leak more water on my counter than the old one (no idea how or from where). It will only fit shorter travel cups, not the newer super tall ones. And yes the water reservior is slightly small to pour the water into. Feels like cheap plastic (it's super light). The cord is very short.That said, none of these deter me in any way from loving this machine. I bought my original after someone recommended it and had one for many years. I only handwash the drip basket and my old one never broke. Eventually the power switch is what went. It held up over the test of time. A nice, inexpensive, simple, individual, drip coffee maker. If that's what you're looking for don't hesitate to purchase this. If you want fancy, look elsewhere. 5More than happy...I had already purchased this once before for my best friend as a house warming gift. When I stayed over I got to use it and fell in love. Some days i drink 3 cups of coffee and some days one. But on the days I only drink one I'm basically throwing coffee away because in a regular 8-12 cup coffee maker, I have found that it is nearly impossible to brew 2 cups minimum (at least for me it is). And I used to have a Keurig but I eventually became the disgusted that i couldn't clean it out. This little machine is perfection. The water heats up quickly. My hubby drinks coffee weekend mornings but just one cup with breakfast so setting up the machine twice is zero hassle to me. It has a permafilter. I still use a paper one but it's still useful on the days i may wake up and find i'm out of filters (It's happened once or twice LOL). The travel mug it came with is great and just makes this an even better purchase for the price. Plus mug fit under neath as I used three different mugs when i was at my best friends house. This will now be my go to gift when someone is looking for a small coffee maker that isn't a Keurig. 5Water SMELLS AND TASTES LIKE *BURNED PLASTIC* (BPA?)I have had a Black & Decker Cup At A Time coffeemaker for 18 years. LOVE IT so much that I thought that I'd finally get one to take to my classroom for a cup of occasional tea. I am SO DISAPPOINTED!! I have used it for a week ~ each cup of hot water (with tea added) smells and tastes like burned plastic! At first, I thought it was the cup...no. Then, I thought that the re-usable filter was what was causing the smell and taste; however, the vessel that holds the water before it goes down into the cup also smells like burned plastic. Ugh. I have repeatedly washed everything and even brewed several cups of coffee to take away the taste and smell, all to no avail. B&D customer service said that they have not had reports of this problem and told me to send the item back to them. Now I'm concerned if this plastic is BPA free. Is that why it smells like burned plastic? The box makes no mention of this. It does say that it is made in China. Does anyone know about the BPA content? Anyone with the same problem? I plan on returning this and switching brands. 1A short but productive life span."Hate" is too strong a word -- I am extremely disappointed. It was a 5 Star until it wasn't as after 9 months it was kaput (you have to stand next to it and manually depress the turn on switch by keeping your finger on it for the brewing cycle.) From the comments section it looks like you have a 10% chance of being extremely disappointed (this is a guess since most people don't write reviews). Think of it as a rental -- about $2.20 a month for a nifty coffee brewer -- and you have a 90% chance you won't end up thinking about it as a 1 star. 1LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this coffeemaker!Finally - after many, many Goldilocks moments of trial and error - I've found the perfect instant coffeemaker!I prefer cold-dripped coffee above all else, but because of the hassle of making it, I don't always have it on hand. Depending on my schedule and energy, I can go from a day or two to months before I have time the time or inclination to make - and wait for - another batch. So it's important to have a Plan B coffee option on hand in the interim.I have tried many, many options for making an instant cup or pot of coffee, and none of them have been ideal. I have been looking for something that is instant, simple, and small enough to leave out on my counter all the time without taking up too much space. After a long search, I'm finally having my Goldilocks moment, having found one that meets ALL of my criteria.Just to be clear, this is an absolutely NO-FRILLS coffeemaker. It only holds enough water for a single cup. No delay option. No button to control the brew strength (just add more coffee grounds). No warmer. And that's fine by me.I love that it not only fits under my rather short cabinets, but I can still pour the water in without having to drag the coffeemaker out across the counter. You can use any cup with it, as long as the cup fits under the drip hole. You do need to be aware of how much water the cup will hold, and be careful not to overfill the reservoir.If you use the thermal cup that comes with it, or the same cup(s) over and over again, at first, you just need to pour the water from the cup into the reservoir, to ensure that it will not overflow the cup. As others have said, you do need to allow for some water remaining in the coffee grounds. After a few brews in the same cup, you will soon learn to eyeball the water level and won't need to measure it before pouring, which will make it go quicker.The recommended amount of coffee grounds of 2-1/2 tablespoons is about right. I use that for my first cup in the morning, and for subsequent cups, I'm happy with 1-1/2 to 2 tablespoons per cup. Overall, I'm finding that, cup for cup, I'm using about the same amount of total coffee grounds per bag of coffee with this coffeemaker as I am to make an equivalent amount of cups in a larger 12-cup coffeemaker. And more important, I'm actually saving money, because I'm not throwing away 1-2 cups a day that I don't drink because it tastes old (even after putting it in a thermal carafe). So as far as total coffee grounds consumed, at least for me, it doesn't cost more to use it.Brewing time takes a little less than 3 minutes per cup. I usually put a dessert ramekin on the base after removing my cup to catch any lingering drips.It comes with a permanent filter basket, but I like to add a paper filter on top of that, just to ensure that no grounds escape. I find without the filter, although I don't notice any grounds in my coffee cup, the grounds do tend to work their way up around the filter basket and on the upper rim of the water reservoir, and I don't like that. So a paper filter helps. So far I've been happy with the Schnucks (my local grocery story brand) 7 In Fluted Basket 1-4 Cup Coffee Filters ($1.99/200) and the Melitta 8-12 Cup Brown Basket Coffee Filters ($2.48/200 at Walmart). I do find that the 8-12 cup filters provide more coverage, and absolutely no grounds escape to the top, whereas with the 1-4 cup filters, a few grounds still do escape, but are easily wiped off. There is no need to use the ridiculously over-priced single-cup filters that are made for single-cup brewers. The 1-4 cup and 8-12 filters work just fine!Every other day or so, I bring the coffeemaker to the sink, turn it upside down, and rinse off the coffee grounds that accumulate on the top of the filter by holding it directly under the sink sprayer. I love how easy it is to clean.The coffee is "warm enough" when it is brewed, although for my own personal taste, I would like it just a tad bit hotter, especially since I add a lot of cream. But I have gotten used to the temp, so I wouldn't take any points away for that. Also, I have found that the thermal cup does not keep the coffee quite as warm as other thermal containers I have. But I didn't buy it for the cup, and even if it didn't come with the cup, I still think it is worth the price.I am very, very happy with this purchase and would buy it again as well as recommend it to others! 5Must have for people who appreciate the freshest brew . . . and ensuring it's as strong (or weak) as they preferGreat little one-cup coffee maker! I love that I can put in whatever kind of coffee I like, in the amount I like, and then have my coffee brewed right into my coffee mug. I dash in some half and half before starting and don't even have to bother stirring!I do not use the cup that comes with it; instead I use my regular out-sized coffee mugs (more like mini soup bowls, they are so large).Because this is NOT a pod system, you can make your coffee to your exact tastes (strong, mild, weak, whatever).I'm not a coffee aficionado, but even I note that taste deteriorates rather more quickly in this model than in a standard 8-12 cup drip maker. I find it most helpful to flush with white vinegar every two or so weeks (or sooner), and it's easy to do with the provided cup (the only time I really use it).If you are like us, you hate coffee that sits too long and gets bitter and nasty; this is the perfect solution Each cup is "made to order" based on your own strength preferences (I love a strong, espresso roast; others in my household prefer milder coffee to coffee-tinged hot water). Each cup takes minutes to make, and it's really a great solution not only for disparate coffee preferences but for providing that fresh-brewed cup of joe we all want when we want coffee. 5Worst designed coffee maker in the worldThis is probably the worst designed coffee maker in the world. The coffee spills in and even out when the drops fall. The mug it's supposed to be for "Brew 'n Go" but the cap has a hole you can't close and you spill your coffee all the way to work. I don't want to be unfair as this is my first coffee maker and cost me only $11.92 dollars but please... 3Not one touch operation, must hit switch several times to brew a cup!I liked the coffee maker, have used this kind for years, but over the years the quality has plummeted! My husband is a creature of habit and doesn't like to try new things, so since the Black and Decker has a low price I have humored him and continue to purchase a few a year. But, The last few I have bought have only lasted a month or so, before the switch started to fail. The last 2 only lasted a week. Time to find another coffee maker. 1
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