Cuisinart Crystal SCC-1000 Limited Edition Perfec Temp 14-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker made with Swarovski Elements, Black

April 16, 2015 - Comment

Introducing a limited edition Swarvoski designed Cuisinart coffeemaker. Each unit features a stainless steel plate on the back of the unit that is numbered and signed by the creator, Barbara Tara, making this a one-of-a-kind coffeemaker a collectors items. This state-of-the-art Cuisinart coffeemaker features an advanced heater design that turns up the temperature for hotter

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Introducing a limited edition Swarvoski designed Cuisinart coffeemaker. Each unit features a stainless steel plate on the back of the unit that is numbered and signed by the creator, Barbara Tara, making this a one-of-a-kind coffeemaker a collectors items. This state-of-the-art Cuisinart coffeemaker features an advanced heater design that turns up the temperature for hotter coffee because temperature is as important as taste! And it retains coffee’s full flavor and quality throughout the brewing process. The over-sized digital display illuminates the full range of programmable options, including Regular and Bold flavor settings. And the styling is sleek, with elegant angles, a new high-tech look, and an extremely user-friendly control panel. Cuisinart provides a limited 3-year warranty for this product.

Product Features

  • Rated #1 in a leading consumer research magazine
  • Limited edition, signed and number Swarovski elements 14-cup coffeemaker with a control panel and extra-large LCD display
  • Hotter coffee with expert coffee making technology to ensure hotter coffee temperature without giving up flavor or quality
  • Brew strength control allows you to select regular or bold coffee flavor
  • Brew pause feature lets you enjoy a cup of coffee before the brewing cycle has finished

Comments

BizExec says:

Save your money – Buy the Cuisinart DCC-2800 instead Unless you are just a huge fan of the Swarovski Elements, save your money (about $100 or more) and purchase the Cuisinart DCC-2800. It’s the same coffeemaker without the Swarovski Elements – which, to me, look like little faux crystals all along the front. Works great, but not worth the extra money for the “elements”.

Lola says:

A great cup of coffee- UPDATE This is an excellent coffee maker. The only reason I gave it just four stars is that the reservoir for pouring in the water is in an awkward place and I usually end up pouring some of the water onto my counter. That’s a small problem. I love the 1 to 4 cup option and the bold or regular choice. Another plus is how it looks sitting on my counter. I know the crystals don’t make the coffee taste better but I love “bling” and who doesn’t need a little bling in their life.¬†

Mary Ann Mulligan says:

Wouldn’t Buy Abain Very tacky! Crystals don’t show up very well in picture. Bought it because Consumer Reports rated it high. Makes okay coffee but getting water into it is very difficult. You have to push the lid so far back that the springs in the lid gave way after about two weeks and I had to take it apart to fix. Also not an easy job.

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