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Bunn Deluxe Home Brewer Coffee Maker - White
Built for speed and crafted for quality, the Bunn Deluxe Home Brewer Coffee Maker makes mornings simpler. Bunn-O-Matic's exclusive brewing system streamlines the task of making coffee so that a hot, fresh pot is always just three minutes away. This model features an attractive, stainless steel water reservoir that keeps water hot so you re always minutes away from fresh coffee.
Modeled after commercial coffee makers, Bunn machines brew up to 10 cups of steaming coffee in less than half the brew time of other top brands. How do they do it without sacrificing flavor? Bringing cold water up to brew temperature is the most time consuming step in the brewing process. Bunn-O-Matic coffee makers cut out the wait with a unique water reservoir that constantly holds water at optimum brewing temperature.
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- Stainless steel tank
- Advanced sprayhead design
- Brewing system thermostat
- Vacation switch
- Hot water always available
- 800 watt tank heater, 900 watts total
- 10 cup decanter, coffee funnel, deliming spring and filters included
Material:Plastic housing, glass carafe, stainless trunk
Size / Capacity:10 c.
Width:6 3/4 inches
Depth:12 3/4 inches
Volts / Watts:900 watts
Cleaning / Care:Dishwasher-safe carafe
Warranty:3 year limited
Manufactured to the Highest Quality Available.
Design is stylish and innovative. Satisfaction Ens
Great Gift Idea.
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87 of 88 found the following review helpful:
Bunns Of Stainless SteelOct 28, 2007
By M. Pickering
I will not bore you with all of the exact specifics of this coffee brewer. There are plenty of other reviews here on Amazon BUNN BX-B Classic 10-Cup Home Coffee Brewer, Black or check the Bunn website for additional info here: [...]
This Bunn BX-B 10-cup coffe brewer is a pricey but fantastic coffee maker for your home or small office. I bought one for my office, so that I can make myself a quick pot of coffee when I get to work or whenever someone stops by to visit my office during the day. This machine makes coffe FAST and the flavor of the coffee is always consistent. Although I have never found many of the Bunn coffee makers to be much of a fashion statement, this unit is fairly high-tech looking, with its black and stainless color combination. Since the water flows out of this unit so quickly, using a showerhead type spray pattern, I highly suggest that you always use genuine Bunn coffee filters as the store brand filters are usually not tall enough, causing the ground coffee to splash up and over the edge of the shorter filters.
One noteable difference between this and most previous pour-over Bunn models is that this unit does not require the use of a seperate water pitcher. You simply fill your coffee pot with water, lift the little door on the top/front of the unit and pour your water in. The most important step is to place the coffee pot on the warmer plate, being sure to center it properly, before lowering the door on the top of the coffee maker. As soon as you lower the door the water will start to flow quickly. If you lower the door before you place the pot underneath, you will likely end up with a bit of a mess. Also, I recommend that you insert your filter and pour in your measured amount of ground coffee before pouring water into the Bunn, because even with the door up I find that some water tends to drip from the output nozzle, causing water to drip down onto the warmer plate. I fill my pot with water, set it aside while installing my filter and ground coffee, then pour in my water, center the pot on the warmer plate and then lower the door. This has produced proper function every time, without any mess to clean up.
My likes and dislikes are as follows:
- Makes a pot of coffee in only 3 minutes or less!
- Consistent coffee flavor with every pot
- No need to use a seperate water pitcher as with previous Bunn models
- Simplistic operation that anyone can handle
- Easy to clean and maintain
- Pleasing black and stainless steel design
- Build quality seems to be much higher than many other coffee makers
- No automatic shutoff (could pose hazzard if warmer plate is left on over the weekend)
- No timer feature for brewing coffee at a set time
- No temperature control for the warmer plate (it gets VERY hot!)
- If you don't use it for several days some of the water evaporates from the hot water tank
- Must use genuine Bunn coffee filters, which are not always easy to find
- Pricey for a basic coffee maker
The cons are somewhat minor but the lack of an automatic shutoff really bothers me. I ended up purchasing a seperate digital appliance timer, which I plug the Bunn coffee maker into, so that I can set power on and off times. This way I don't have to worry about leaving the warmer plate turned on over night or over the weekend. Overall I am extremely happy with my Bunn BX-B coffee brewer. It is easy to use and makes a great tasting pot of coffee in just under 3 minutes. It is also a great device for producing plain hot water. If you exclude the filter and coffee this unit produces a pot of very hot water in less time than it takes to make the normal pot of coffee. This is great for making instant coffee, hot chocolate, tea, instant oatmeal, etc. The BX-B carries a pretty hefty price tag (as all Bunn models do), but it is built well and makes excellent coffee in a flash. If you believe that time is money (as I do), then the Bunn BX-B is worth every penny for all of the time you'll save. =o)
29 of 31 found the following review helpful:
Bunn BX-B Coffee BrewerJun 06, 2008
This is not my first Bunn. The one I just replaced gave us many years of
faithful service. The reason I made this purchase is the age of the old one and an occasional strange noise. I did not want to get caught without a coffee pot. The new Bunn arrived very quickly and I am pleased
with the way it looks. However, the quality is not the same as the old
one. Also this pot sprung a leak after a few weeks of using it. I will probably have to replace this one much sooner than the last one. I will
see what else is on the market at that time.
Since I wrote this review we contacted Bunn about the leak problem. They
promptly replaced the pot with a new one. I would highly recommend dealing with the Bunn Company. We love our new pot.
39 of 46 found the following review helpful:
Not hot enoughDec 12, 2007
I bought this to replace an older Bunn which I loved, but was accidentally ruined by my wife. However, the new model does not heat the water hot enough. I performed several tests and the water conistently comes out at 180 degrees. This is below Bunn's stated temperature of 190. Ten degrees may not sound like much, but it makes a big difference.
I usually put a pot of coffee in a thermos after it is brewed. Since the Bunn's brewing temperature is so low, the coffee does not stay warm for very long. I believe that a good coffee maker should heat the water a little above 190 so that the coffee comes out hot.
I believe other reviewers have had the same complaint. I sure wish Bunn would go back to their old design. I think this is going to be the last Bunn I will purchase.
11 of 11 found the following review helpful:
Great coffee makerDec 29, 2008
By M. Christensen
I have owned both old and new versions of the Bunn home coffee machine. I have gone through 3 of the home brewers in an office environment where they work 24 hrs. a day and are never subject to deliming or other maintenance .. other than normal washing.
At home I've owned Bunn home coffee machines for the last 20 years; I'm on my 5th one. Forget the Mr. Coffee and those digital-timer wonders that are ok, but just don't work that well.
I have noticed quality control issues with the newer models that are a little disturbing .. I don't like the straight design of the new coffee decanter ... the old onion-dome classic is what I really liked because the decanter just worked better .. balance with a full pot in hand, no spilling or sloushing problems .. and yes, it goes naturally back where it is supposed to go .. wish Bunn would get this right again and just give us the retro-classic machine!
Secondly, my older machines all lasted longer than the newer models .. which have problems with the lighted switch sometimes going out .. and the older machine was just better built .. even the switches (a very simple design) was superior to the cheap switches they now use .. and replacement is expensive for what you get.
Nothwithstanding these problems the Bunn home brewer makes excellent coffee and does it fast .. wish they'd get control of the quality issues and make replacement parts less expensive .. I recently lost that little sprayhead .. probably a 30 cent part that costs you $7 for shipping alone, c'mon Bunn .. as much as these machines go for new .. you should just give these away.
PS: the old decanter was much better .. I don't like the new decanter and don't care that it is made from Schott glass .. it feels too thin; and more importantly the styling is terrible.
11 of 11 found the following review helpful:
Bunn Best Ever.Feb 26, 2007
By Patrick W. Cleveland Sr.
I don't normally review a item after owning it just over a week, but today I decided I should review the Bunn BX. Like I said, I have only owned it just over a week. No problems setting it up, just follow the instructions. It has made good coffee from day one. I love getting it ready to brew and then going out to get the paper. It's ready before I can get out the door. With my old brewer, I still was waiting after I started reading the paper.
This morning put the icing on the cake for me. I had just put coffee in the basket when the electric went out. I thought - No coffee. There was a cup left from yesterday, maybe I could heat it in the microwave, but could not even do that. Then it hit me, there was heated water in the tank. All I need to do was pour the cold water in to push that hot water out. So five minutes into a power outage, I was brewing a nice hot "5 star" cup of coffee. I would think one could brew coffee even a half hour into a power outage.
The only down side to the Bunn is that it is not a 12 cup. But I can put up with that after this morning.
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