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Bonavita BV1900TS 8-Cup One-Touch Coffee Maker Featuring Thermal Carafe, Stainless Steel

  • Bonavita BV1900TS 8-Cup One-Touch Coffee Maker Featuring Thermal Carafe, Stainless Steel
  • Bonavita BV1900TS 8-Cup One-Touch Coffee Maker Featuring Thermal Carafe, Stainless Steel
  • Bonavita BV1900TS 8-Cup One-Touch Coffee Maker Featuring Thermal Carafe, Stainless Steel
  • Bonavita BV1900TS 8-Cup One-Touch Coffee Maker Featuring Thermal Carafe, Stainless Steel
  • Bonavita BV1900TS 8-Cup One-Touch Coffee Maker Featuring Thermal Carafe, Stainless Steel
  • Bonavita BV1900TS 8-Cup One-Touch Coffee Maker Featuring Thermal Carafe, Stainless Steel

Bonavita BV1900TS 8-Cup One-Touch Coffee Maker Featuring Thermal Carafe, Stainless Steel

£394.00 £237.00 Save: £157.00
£237.00 £394.00 You save: £157.00



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

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  • One-touch brew operation with auto-off
  • Carafe lid, filter basket, and showerhead are dishwasher safe
  • Powerful and precise 1500-watt heater maintains optimal brewing temperature of 195-205F (91-96C)
  • Optional pre-infusion mode wets freshly roasted ground coffee to allow degassing before brewing
  • Flat-bottomed filter basket and larger showerhead allow for even better saturation and uniform extraction
  • Durable stainless steel lined thermal carafe. Double walled stainless steel thermal carafe
  • All plastic is BPA-free
  • Length: 12.40" Width: 6.80" Height: 12.20"
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Bonavita vs. MoccaMasterI love a good cup of coffee and can't remember the last time I didn't start the day with one. After much research, I purchased the Bonavita and have not been disappointed. This was for a 2nd home - we have a MoccaMaster in our primary home, which I love, but really didn't believe that it was worth $300+. Both brew great coffee with precise heating and both are certified by the Specialty Coffee Association of America. The Bonavita is labeled 8 cups while the MoccaMaster is labeled 10. Both brew roughly 40 oz pots of coffee. The Bonavita uses flat-bottom filters while the MoccaMaster uses cone shaped. The Bonavita has a 2 year warranty while the MoccMaster has a 5 year warranty. Longevity is part of the claim to fame for the MoccMaster, but it is also more than 2x the price of the Bonavita.Designs are quite different. The MoccaMaster is tall and somewhat industrial looking while the Bonavita is much more compact. I like the look of both. While the Bonavita will easily fit under most any kitchen cabinet, be aware of the steam that this unit produces. You'll need space to pull it out from under the cabinet when brewing. The MoccMaster brew basket lid traps steam, so steam isn't much of an issue there. The brew basket sits directly on top of the pot on the Bonavita. Once the coffee finishes brewing, you have to take the brew basket off and screw a lid on. Not a major issue, but a nuance. This also prevents you from pouring a cup while the pot is brewing - something the MoccMaster allows for, as its brew basket sits on a ledge above the pot and has a shut off valve that stops brewing if the pot is removed. The Bonavita nozzles are arranged in a circular pattern over the grounds while the MoccaMaster has a straight, narrow rectangular arm. I don't know that it really matters, as the grounds get thoroughly soaked by both. I've read where some people stir their grounds during the brew on the MoccaMaster, but I've never done so and love the coffee it makes. The Bonavita has pre-infusion mode that wets the grounds before brewing.All in all, both brew great coffee, recognizing that the real determinants are clean filtered water and fresh grounds. I rated both units 4 stars. The Bonavita brew basket design prevented a 5 star rating and the MoccaMaster price cost it a star. I went with the Bonavita this time around due to price and am happy with the decision. 4An excellent brewMany reviews available regarding the Bonavita 8 cup coffee brewer and the little brother 1500TS 5 cup brewer. I ordered this after some extensive research. Most important to me was the final product.... great coffee. I'm not a coffee snob by any means, but I do know what I like. For background, I like hearty roasts (French and Italian), grind my beans daily and also have a Gaggia Classic espresso machine and a Breville bean grinder. Note that the Bonavita coffee brewer is a very basic machine. No bells, no whistles, no programming features. The machine appears to be well made, is easy to top fill into the water reservoir on the left. The carafe is very well made and insulates nicely. There are some complaints about the separate carafe lid which contains the spout. I disagree. The lid is very well made, screws on nicely with an excellent thread pattern and seals nicely. No leak even when the carafe is turned upside down. There is no hot plate, which is what I wanted. I hate burnt coffee! My technique is to place hot tap water in the carafe to pre-warm it, while I grind my beans. Add cold water to the reservoir, place the filter basket atop the carafe and place under the showerhead. Then punch the on button and ~5 min. later, the coffee is brewed. Pull off the filter basket and replace with the pouring spout. Coffee is roughly 200 F and just as I like it. No muss, no fuss. Easy, neat and clean up is simple. I've read complaints about how the coffee maker has to be pulled out from underneath the cabinet to fill. I've also read how that it is PITA to remove the filter basket to place the pouring lid on the carafe. Both are steps in the process, but hardly difficult or a problem. This is a simple, quality product with one of the best heaters in the business. I highly recommend this. 5Pour-Over Coffee with The Convenience of a DripI read the reviews (CNet/Amazon) and this one seemed like a good combo of what I was looking for: the convenience of a drip coffee maker and the bolder flavor of a pour-over. Don't get me wrong, it makes good coffee. Really good coffee. But I'm not a coffee snob, so I can't rate good versus excellent -- I know bad coffee versus good coffee, and that's it. However, there are a couple quirks about this machine that I don't feel like were adequately reviewed. Let me explain.The Pros: This carafe keeps coffee hot for at least 3 hours if not more like 5. All you do after brewing a pot is take it off the stand, lift off the basket, and screw on the lid that comes with the unit. The carafe is cool to the touch, both bottom and sides. You would never know there was hot coffee in there until you start to pour it out. It also keeps coffee at the ideal hot temperature, not lukewarm like the coil heating method over a glass carafe. The brew is prompt and full of flavor, however, I use organic Arabica beans that I grind immediately before brewing, so I would think that this maker could swing a good pot of coffee with these beans. Lastly, aesthetics: standing a diminutive 12" tall, this maker easily slides out from under my upper cabinetry when in use, and then back away upon completion. I have my coffee fixings all nestled on a tray together to give the appearance of a little coffee bar, and this compact machine fits very well into the assortment of goodies on the tray.The Cons: I still haven't figured out the pre-infusion mode. The manual says to press and hold the button for 5 seconds, but after the light flashes, I don't see any water coming out of the machine to wet the grounds and cause them to "bloom". Then, there's the matter of washing by hand. The carafe must be washed by hand, understandable yet annoying, and the water tank is attached to the base of the unit so there is no way to clean it. Finally, the basket just sits on the carafe, it doesn't slide into the base of the unit. There's about a half-inch gap between the shower head and the basket, so you can see if water is pouring out or what - check out my photos for clarification. I don't really like that the basket must be removed and cannot slide onto the housing of the machine itself. However it does make me take care of the used grounds immediately, tossing them in the trash and then rinsing the basket holder.All in all, I have to say that I'm happy with the looks and usage of this coffee maker, even with the design quirks which were unexpected. 4Breaks after two monthsI bought this coffe maker and used it per the manufacturer's instructions in cleaning it. I have had to replace thru the one year warranty this coffee machine fives times in that year. The coffee machine worked fine for two months and then the heating element would turn off after brewing only one or two cups of coffee. I would turn it on again and it would do the same thing. I told the company that this seems to be a manufacturer defect, but they every machine they sent me would not last more than two months. My warranty has run out and nowI have five coffee machines that don't work. 1Bovavita Used to make a great coffee maker -- Update -- I got a bad Unit --I have, over perhaps 12 years, owned 3 Bonavita coffee makers -- The current one, 1 Month.They were/are highly rated for delivering water between 195-205 degrees. My first 2 did that, and performed well for many years. This model, however, must have been re-designed by a Marketing Team who drink Tea! The Carafe-- The lip for pouring was eliminated. I defy anyone to pour water from the carafe without spilling! (the new lid is better, however).2. The brewing cycle starts out with much lower temp water, then finally gets up to temp after about 1/3rd of the way through.3. The 'improved' filter holder uses flat bottom paper filters rather than cone. Fine for people who brew with stale beans, but even with the "special power button" setting for fresh coffee, mine foams over the top of the paper filter -- However, the old cone filter basket still works fine with the new design.4. One month old, and the water pump quits multiple times in a single cycle -- In other words, non-functional in one month of ownership.Time to shop for a different manufacturer!!!EDIT: I received a response from Bonavita Warranty Dept! == Completely insane! "Your brewer is working as designed". -- If it stops in the middle of a cycle, it needs to be descaled..... The brewer stopped pumping at 32 days of use, with R/O water -- No offer to replace the unit. Again, Don't Deal With Bonvitaworld !!!UPDATE II: Jim Peterson, Head of Sales, has had two detailed conversations with me. We concluded that the unit I received was defective. So, all my comments, excepting the one about the pour-collar on the carafe, are due to a lemon. Bonavita is sending me a full refund, which is all I could ask. He was extremely helpful. 3GREAT brewer, LOUSY carafeHeard so much good about this brewer, especially how it received the SCAA approval for a home drip coffee brewer, that it piqued my interest. After comparing it to the MUCH costlier Moccamaster, I pulled the trigger and bought this brewer. It is the next best decision to buying a good burr grinder (Capresso 560) that I have ever made regarding improving coffee quality, coffee quality aside. Living in Seattle, we have plenty of great coffee options.The key to this brewer is brewing temperature, and the sprayhead. The very well-designed and broad sprayhead disperses water over the grounds typically between 195-200 degrees, based on my digital thermometer, and the resulting brew is more flavorful, and hotter, than any other coffee maker I've had over the years....thermal cone carafe, ceramic cone pour over, French Press, Aeropress. However, it doesn't stay piping hot in the carafe provided. I know well enough to pre- heat any thermal carafe prior to brewing. I do so by brewing a full pot of hot water into this one, using the brewed hot water that i pour out to warm my coffee mug. However, the carafe doesn't keep the coffee hot past 15 minutes. Warm, yes. Hot, no. I have purchased a different thermal carafe to pour the coffee into after brewing to see if it can keep the great, flavorful coffee this machine brews at an acceptable temperature. Will provide an update in a few weeks.Carafe aside, HIGHLY recommend this brewer for coffee quality, initial temperature, and ease of use. Not to mention costing less than 50% than the highly-touted Moccamaster. It's coffee, people. Gotta draw the line somewhere. And this is a great place to do so, carafe aside. GREAT BUY for someone wanting to bring out the best in coffee in a simple, easy to use, coffee-lover's brewer without having to sacrifice a car payment to do so. 3Good coffee but cumbersome design.It does a good job of brewing coffee, but it's cumbersome to use. The two big issues are with the carafe. You MUST screw the lid on the carafe in order to pour anything out of it because the carafe its self doesn't have any kind of spout. If you try to pour without the lid you end up with coffee all over the counter. This is the first coffee maker I've ever used that requires a lid to pour coffee. You can't use the carafe to fill the water reservoir for the same reason. You also MUST wait for the machine to finish brewing before you take any coffee. The grind basket sits directly on top of the carafe, so removing the carafe also removes the grind basket. Not to mention there isn't any kind of spring-loaded plug to "steal a cup". To pour coffee you then have to find somewhere to put the grind basket (remember, it sits directly on top of the carafe) so that you can screw the lid on before you pour.It's probably fine if you brew a full pot every time and let half of it sit for a while, but it's much more difficult than other coffee makers if you're drinking right away. You almost wonder if they intentionally made it difficult to use because $25 coffee makers from Walmart are easier (though this does make better tasting coffee). 3Was Perfect Until it WASN'T This was a wonderful coffee maker when I purchased it July 2018. Less than a year later, the brewer starts and stops mid brew at least 5 times before an entire pot of coffee is made. Something about the sensor on my machine is completely broken. I have to wait around each morning to re-start my brew each time it clicks off. This is totally time wasted during already hectic mornings. I had loved the simplicity of this machine and the ability to take your warm pot of coffee with you anywhere around the house... Completely disappointing that it is no longer a convenient coffee appliance and that brewing a pot takes longer than ever with me having to stand-by the whole time. See video! 13-month coffee makerOur first unit worked great for 4 months, then it started shutting off in the middle of brewing, and eventually wouldn't work at all. The company suggested that it was due to hard water build-up, though I de-scaled every month (the manual suggests every 3 months). They sent us a replacement machine (hence the 1 star) and this time I de-scaled every 2 weeks. It lasted 3 months; same problem. I have emailed the company (because there was no 'contact us' link on the order or product page), and I'll update the review when I hear from them. 1The brewer is fine but the clear plastic reservoir has developed severe micro ...The brewer is fine but the clear plastic reservoir has developed severe micro cracking in the area next to the brew basket. I've had this coffee brewer since late Oct of 16, and been using it off and on (also use instant espresso, french press, tea, etc). I can't seem to find a link to contact amazon regarding this issue. It is past it's return date but I feel for $140+ coffee brewer, the materials should not do anything but perform the way they were intended. It appears whatever the plastic reservoir is made of, that it is not tolerant of heat from the brewing steam. The micro fractures/cracks look like they could lead to leaking in the future. Amazon, help me out and contact me. 3
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