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Just right for two people, two cupsI have owned this model for over two years. It's a 20 dollar coffee maker and I didn't expect it to last and perform well this BUT IT HAS. If you make the full pot you do have a bit of a messy brew basket area because it does pump the heated water over the grounds. It does splash abount in there a bit but not so much as to spatter between the lid and the top of the brew basket. I usually don't use more than a 2 coffee scoops and it funchtions fine. You will get splash over if you fill it to the very top of its capacity.Additionally, the plastic parts are just that, plastic, They get heated and eventally do begin to become brittle over time but the first thing to "go' on this model is the pump. As I mentioned,I have used mine daily for two years and the pump siezed up only yesterday. I really can't complain. If you clean this machine regularly and don't treat it roughly, you'll probably be satisfied with the results. At this price point. I have no complaints.4If water doesn't pump into the coffee pot do thisI've had this for a little over 2 years now and its worked just fine.Recently, my coffee maker just stopped pumping water into the pot. I would hear the gurgling of the water but no water being dispensed into the coffee pot. I suppose this is a common thing with these coffee makers. Fortunately for me, I didn't have to throw this away.Looking more into this, I noticed the vertical plastic valve stem that feeds water from the water reservoir into the glass pot can become separated off its connection. So I unplugged the coffee maker and saw that the snap on unit that holds the valve stem came lose. There is only one way to fit this into the water reservoir and front wall. Snap it off. Then, re-insert the valve stem into the base hole. Then, take the water feeder and align the hole with the vertical tube and snap it into the unit.Also, sometimes your coffee grinds can spill into the water reservoir. Coffee residue can build up (nasty!) and even leave grinds in the holes. This usually happens when you got too much grinds in the paper grind holder and they flop over into it. You have to get rid of those grinds or they will plug up the two holes that the water heats up and pumps out of. So unplug the unit and flush some strong running water down those two holes and turn the coffee maker upside down to get rid of those grinds.Hope this helps someone.4Cheap Quality, Good Price
I'm disappointed in the quality of this machine. 2 months after I bought it, the switch shorted out. Fortunately, I was able to still use it by just plugging it in. Still, I expected more from a name brand like Mr. Coffee.
2Makes coffee and a bit of aggravationOK but definitely has a few design problems. The loop that elevates the drip bar when you open the lid pulled the assembly loose when the lid snagged the underside of a cabinet. Pain in the butt to reseat the tube in the bottom of the tank and get the swivel to snap in place. Took the loop out of the top because it's not really a necessary thing. The pot doesn't make it easy to take the lid off so you can put the pot in the dishwasher. Pot opening is too small for my hand to get in with a sponge or scrubby to clean it. For some reason, the shape of the lip always lets coffee run down the side of the pot while trying to pour the first cup. Always have to wipe the counter afterwards. Pain in the butt number two. Number three is the supposedly illuminated green dot on the switch. Too dim to see in daylight. And who makes a lit indicator show green when a hot device is turned ON? The light should be amber or red to let you know it's on, just like everyone else does. Bet the design team does not own one of these!3Best 4 cup coffee maker.
I have a Keurig but was spending too much money on coffee so I decided to get this same coffee maker that I had used years ago because it worked so well. I use it twice every morning . Once to make a small thermos full of decaf and second time just for a single cup of half caff. I like the ability to adjust the strength and how much caffeine I put in my coffee. It brews fast and nice and hot. Super easy clean up too.
5OK. Has a few flaws.It works fine once it is ready to brew. The two flaws I have found are that the black basket that holds the grounds doesn't always settle in easily so the lid will not close. You have to readjust it. And the white plastic lid that fits down over the cup takes two hands to open up. It gets a little stuck. Unless you really need a small coffee maker you might want to spend a few dollars more and use a 12 cup brewer and just make 4 cups.44 cup coffee makerthe only thing I dislike is when I pour coffee in cup, the decanter leaks a small puddle of coffee onto my counter to where the old decanter did not for the same type of Mr. coffee maker except it was the more expensive model with with the digital features. Have to pour coffee into cup SLOWLY to avoid the puddle effect.4Worst coffee maker everThis is the worst coffee maker I ever had. I have used coffee maker from Mr. Coffee before, and I still have two older ones. The older ones started leaking after about 8 years of use, so I ordered this one to replace them. While it functions all right, but it generates very low temperature an thus low bar, and the coffee never really brews. I hate this unit. Not recommended at all. Don't waste your money.1Mis-info, its not as big as quoted.Please note the name: "Mr. Coffee DR4MC 4-Cup Coffeemaker, White" This NOT a 4 cup pot unless you use demi-glace cups or expresso cups. The pot only measures for 3 cups. This means a normal person who doesn't use a soup bowl for a coffee cup, will at best get 2 cups in a mug of coffee, whereas the one it replaced a Mr. Coffee was a listed as a 4 cup also but made 3 mugs.It is not worth returning it, and I'll be buying another 4 cup later today. Just letting you know this is a small "4" cup pot. So if you want two good mugs of coffee, its made just for you.BTW the picture next to the review is NOT what the coffee pot looks like.2not like the former Mr. Coffee coffee makerThe leaflet said you could order 4-c. paper filters from them, but when I called the person didn't know what I was talking about - gave me a contact that was only for wholesalers. I also told her to let the designer know what I disliked. The old one had one lip in the front to raise to put the coffee in. The new one has two on the side that are not as easy to use. Also it lacked the 2nd interior basket like the older model had. Then the cord had a place to store it in the back, but it wasn't retractable. I didn't see how one could easily fit it in the opening. Just not that pleased with it.l1Serious FlawI threw this away after a month or so. The problem: when the pot was sitting straight on the heating pad, the top didn't make contact with the button below the basket, so the water would accumulate in the basket. To get the water/coffee to fill the carafe, you had to set it at a cock-eyed angle. You would think that "Mr. Coffee" would have this figured out after decades.1Home, Office, RV great for 2 cups of coffee.I drink 2 cups of coffee. While this says 4-cup, it works out to 2 exactly!Not fancy, but simple. I used them about 7 years and then replace (they get slower when old).This model has a little issue where you have to use the thumb tab on lid of pot; otherwise you get a little coffee dripping on counter.After first day, you will never have issue once you place thumb on tab to slightly lift lid when pouring.5Can't beat this one when you don't need a lot of coffee.
This is a great little coffee pot. Just right for me.Pros: I replaced my 10+ year old Mr. Coffee 4 cupper for this.For a full pot I just put in 4 even scoops of (maxwell House) and it makes it perfect for me. Just a bit of light cream and it always turns out perfect.Cons: It's just not quite as hot as I would like it. Just a couple degrees cooler than my orig. 4 cup I.M.O.It's disappointing. I would buy another, cut not sure it would be different.Still a great little machine.
We have a small kitchen and this little coffee maker is perfect for 1-2 people in the morning. Clean design, simplicity never fails. Very happy. Mr Coffee makes great products
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