Saturday, April 16, 2011
Capresso CM200 Automatic Coffee Maker
It's easy to see why the Capresso CM200 Coffee Maker won the 2010 Good Design Award. It looks like it should be sitting on a granite counter in a trendy loft in Soho. Except I don't have a trendy loft in Soho. But I do have a Capresso CM200. Its sleek design hardly takes up any space on my counter. And, as you know, with all the coffee "apparti" I have, space is in short supply. But thanks to Capresso, good coffee is just a pot away!
Feature and Benefits
Brews 10 cups of coffee in under 9 minutes for maximum flavor and aroma
Electronic filter indicator shows when to replace the charcoal filter
24 hour programmable LCD digital clock/timer
Electronics retain all programming during short power outages up to 10 seconds
Special setting provides maximum aroma when brewing 3-5 cups
See-through removable water tank
Coated non-stick warming plate
Push-button swing out filter
2-hour safety shut-off
Concealed cord storage
Glass carafe with ergonomic handle has brew through lid and drip-free pouring spout
Drip stop allows you to pour a cup while brewing.
Charcoal water filter removes up to 82% chlorine.
Permanent GoldTone filter is easy to use and easy to clean.
Suggested Retail Price: 79.95
(Capresso provided me with the CM200 for the purposes of preparing this review which in no way impacts my opinion or the fact that this coffee maker performs and looks like one that costs three times as much!)
at 9:35 AM