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Keurig K55 Coffee Maker

Pros: Hard to beat if you want a single cup of coffee. This machine will handle a four-cup carafe, too.

Cons: It's expensive, but you are paying for quality coffee.

Summary: Hands down the best coffee maker available right now. Keurig K55 continues the single-serve tradition of the company and adds the ability to make a pot of coffee.
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Hamilton Beach Single Serve Coffee Brewer and Full...

Pros: Reasonably priced, brews quickly, auto shut-off, brew strength setting, programmable, "pause and serve" feature.

Cons: Paper filters recommended.

Summary: Hamilton Beach has released a very good coffee maker that offers considerable value for the money.
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BUNN BT Velocity Brew 10-Cup Thermal Carafe Home C...

Pros: Light on features, but brews very quickly, coffee tastes great and the thermal carafe is very handy.

Cons: On the more expensive end of the spectrum. Paper filters recommended instead of a permanent one.

Summary: Bunn has a loyal following. There is a reason for that. This is just a very good coffee maker.
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Mr. Coffee BVMC-SJX33GT 12-Cup Programmable Coffee...

Pros: We love the features -- auto shut-off, "pause and serve," brew strength, programming, water filtration, etc. -- available for a modest price.

Cons: Clock is not backlit and can be hard to read; "plastic" taste in coffee in some units might be a production flaw.

Summary: It is not the best coffee maker on the market, but the wide array of features available at a great price is very attractive.
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Cuisinart DCC-3200 Perfect Temp 14-Cup Programmabl...

Pros: Cuisinart has included just about every feature anyone might ever want in a coffee machine. Brews quickly and has great water filtration. Fully programmable.

Cons: A bit on the pricey side; not possible to use a thermal carafe with this unit.

Summary: It's expensive, but you are paying for a high quality product made by one of the best kitchen brands in the industry.