Black & Decker CM5000B 12-Cup Mill and Brew Coffeemaker, Black

April 18, 2015 - Comment

Discover the coffeemaker that’s as sophisticated as your tastes. The Black & Decker CM5000B 12-Cup Mill & Brew Coffeemaker turns your favorite whole beans into a satisfying cup that’s as strong or as mild as you want it. The Quick Touch programming panel includes controls for brew strength, time settings and an auto brew feature

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Discover the coffeemaker that’s as sophisticated as your tastes. The Black & Decker CM5000B 12-Cup Mill & Brew Coffeemaker turns your favorite whole beans into a satisfying cup that’s as strong or as mild as you want it. The Quick Touch programming panel includes controls for brew strength, time settings and an auto brew feature that lets you wake up to fresh coffee every morning. The bronze tone permanent filter removes the need for wasteful paper filters and it’s attached to the integrated grinder. Both are completely removable and easy to clean. The Duralife carafe holds up to 12 cups and the clear-view window makes it easy to see how much water is in the machine.

Product Features

  • Quick Touch Programming, Backlit display
  • Auto Brew and Auto Shutoff
  • Sneak-a-Cup Feature
  • Easy Cleaning; removable brew basket dishwasher safe
  • Built-In Grinder

Comments

Vynny "Vynrod" says:

Ggggrrrrrinding fatality! When I say Black and Decker what springs to mind? Drills, workbenches, tools, circular saws. Tough tools for tough jobs. Probably “coffee maker” isn’t on the list. 

Robin says:

Definite Contender with Cuisinart But Despite Wonderful Features My Coffee Still Tastes Better Made On Cuisinart This B&D is a serious competitor for the Cuisinart DGB 650 BC, which I’ve owned 4 years.The B&D is attractive, modern looking with well thought out features and has a very well lit user-friendly control panel. For a brand I typically would not consider to be on par with Cuisinart, this machine comes very close. It has differences, such as the grinder is built into the reusable filter which seems quite innovative to me. The B&D machine lets you control the coarseness of the grind, whereas Cuisinart grinds to the same fineness no matter how many cups of coffee you’re making. The grinder compartment on this machine makes a lot less mess than the Cuisinart. In the Cuisinart, beans and coffee grinds do escape into the plastic molding of the machine, and it requires more maintenance most definitely. Both can be set to brew automatically at a certain time of the day and that function works great on B&D as well as on Cuisinart. Cuisinart has a charcoal filter used in the water reservoir…

Stacy Lytwyn "OhStacy!" says:

Black and Decker CM5000WD Mill and Brew Coffeemaker-UnBEANievably Brews the Best Confessions of a coffee addict….I got on the K-Cup ® kick about four years ago. I kept buying more and more flavors: Vanilla, Crème Brulee, Dark Roast, Light Roast, Chocolate Glazed Donut, Limited; in the end, I Java Love-d myself into a frenzy (Java Love was my preferred brand), realizing just how much money I wasted on those convenient cups–about a buck a piece. Never mind, killing the good earth with all that unnecessary plastic. 

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