Moccamaster KBGC982 AO

Moccamaster KBGC982 AO

  • Type of brewer: Electric coffeemaker
  • Number of cups per brewing: 10
  • Features: Keep warm, Drip stop, Automatic shut-off, Descaling, Light indicator
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4.3 of 5 stars

Based on 16 reviews

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04/11/2019
    Very quick to brew coffee. Make it warm as it should, and it tastes great. Easy to clean all parts. The only negative is that it is 45 minutes of hot holding which for me is a little bit.

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    14/09/2019
      Brews really good coffee, quiet and fast (brews 10 cups in 6 minutes). Easy maintenance, available in many different colors, 10 year guarantee at registration. No level marking in the jug, which would have helped when filling water in the brewer. The automatic drip stop works well but if you are too quick to remove the jug, it can drop a drop on the plate. After 1 year of daily use, I can only recommend BUY!

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      18/04/2019
        Gets great coffee. Highly recommended

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        27/01/2019
          Brews good coffee. But no better than a brewer for 600 SEK I would say. The advantage is that it looks a bit flashy, but you forget that quite quickly. The boring thing about this brewer is that nothing is stuck and it will therefore be quite a lot of picking of parts and lids back and forth every time a cup of coffee is brewed. In addition, the jug lacks marking so it becomes difficult to measure an exact amount of water. The building quality doesn't really impress for the price. The chassis is in metal but it is still very cheap plastic in the construction. Overrated product unfortunately.

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          22/09/2017
            Apart from two things, this brewer is perfect. The glass in the jar feels thin and delicate. The pipe on the cooker is a little small and you would like to flow on the side of the lid if you pour too fast, but you get used to it.

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