Hamilton Beach 49983 2-Way FlexBrew Coffeemaker (Certified Refurbished)

April 19, 2018 - Comment

The water reservoir must be below the max line in order to brew. The carafe (coffee pot) must be on the hot plate and all connections must be secure. For all the adventurous coffee drinkers out there, there’s finally a coffee-brewing machine that can satisfy the tastebuds in three different ways. The 2-Way FlexBrew® Coffeemaker

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(as of April 20, 2020 7:02 am GMT+0000 - Details)

The water reservoir must be below the max line in order to brew. The carafe (coffee pot) must be on the hot plate and all connections must be secure. For all the adventurous coffee drinkers out there, there’s finally a coffee-brewing machine that can satisfy the tastebuds in three different ways. The 2-Way FlexBrew® Coffeemaker maximizes your brewing flexibility and offers more brewing options than most coffeemakers. To start your day, you can use the single-serve side to brew into a standard-size cup or brew up to a 14 oz. travel mug. What’s more, you have the choice of brewing with a single-serve pack or your favorite ground coffee. On mornings when you want to enjoy cup after cup, or when you’re entertaining, the carafe side makes a full 12-cup pot. So much in so little space, the 2-Way FlexBrew® Coffeemaker provides maximum flexibility for your coffee drinking enjoyment. PLEASE NOTE: Travel Mug is not included. 1) K- cup not working Answer: You need to press the K-cup all the way down till it locks in place 2) Plastic smell Answer: Run a full cycle of vinegar followed by water to rid the smell.

Product Features

  • Programmable timer with 2 hour automatic shutoff
  • Compatible with K-Cup Packs
  • Versatile brewing – single cup or a full pot
  • This Certified Refurbished product is manufacturer refurbished, shows limited or no wear, and includes all original accessories plus a 90-day warranty
  • Brew a full pot of coffee – Regular or bold brew strength (Please refer to the “Tips” mentioned in the Product Description before use)

Comments

Jeff Taylor says:

Great coffee maker! I know others have complained about a plastic taste when first using this. I have not had that problem. This has worked wonderfully. I really can’t find a downside. The only problem we have had is with K Cups that have a plastic top, rather than tin. It does not puncture a big enough hole, so we just puncture the hole before we put it in. Easy enough work around.

Appalachian says:

Pretty decent cup of coffee I just purchased this a few days ago, and it seems to be pretty good so far. The plastic smell and taste everyone is complaining about did go away after a few vinegar and water rinsed and a few pots or single servings. I had trouble getting it to brew on the carafe side and almost sent it back, but started working and haven’t had any trouble since. The k cups I bought don’t work very well with it. I later discovered that you need the kcups with the foil tops, not plastic. Overall, it brews a…

Vicki M. says:

not perfect but gets the job done Coffee doesn’t get as hot as with a keurig brewer. The top lets steam escape, so be careful of placement and little hands reaching over the pot to grab a dish. You have to fill the tank with each use with amount of water you need. We mostly use the full pot side but like being able to use a kcup now and then. You can also use a reusable filter instead of a kcup. This option is much cheaper. We bought a reusable filter for the pot side also, would recommend as they’re easy to clean and no more…

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