If you rely on coffee to transform you from a grouchy zombie into a functional human being, it's safe to say that you'll want to buy a coffeemaker that can get the job done.
Is it possible to find a good coffeemaker for under $100?
If these highly recommended products are any indication, the answer is a resounding yes.
Check out these well reviewed coffeemakers and see which one fits your caffeine demands:
The Cuisinart Brew Central DCC-1200 - This coffee machine is actually deemed to be the best standard coffee machine on the market by Consumer Research.
It’s a programmable coffeemaker that can deliver small batches if needed. This is great if you happen to be in a hurry.
— Shopbot Canada (@Shopbot_CA) February 11, 2014
At $79 the DCC-1200 is also a bargain. The only real con is that it’s a bit too tall to fit into certain cabinets.
If functionality outweighs storage issues, perhaps the DCC-1200 is right for you after all.
Mr. Coffee VBX23 - The VBX23 allows you to “pause” brewing and fix your cup of coffee right when you want it. Definitely much more convenient than having to wait for a coffeemaker to finish brewing. The VBX23 also keeps coffee warm for up to 2 hours before automatically shutting off.
— Real Properties (@PropertiesReal) April 22, 2014
Not only does it come packed with cool features, it costs on average a mere $30! If there was ever an answer to the prayer of broke college students forced to stay up all night studying, it has to be the VBX23.
Keurig K10 Mini Plus Brewing System - Sometimes you only have time for one perfectly brewed cup of coffee. By all accounts, the coffeemaker best equipped to deliver is the Keurig K10. In addition to coffee, this machine can give you tea, hot cocoa, or even an ice beverage in under two minutes!
— Phil Morley (@teacoffeestore) March 24, 2014
Have any other affordable coffeemakers to recommend? Comment below!
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