KRUPS KM1000 Stainless-Steel 10-Cup Coffee Maker, Silver

August 11, 2013 - Comment

The Krups heritage of German engineered kitchen appliances provides functional, rigorous design, technical perfection, performance and quality. Designed and built for those who continuously seek out new gourmet experiences and take pleasure in discovering and understanding how things are done and done well, Krups products provide the tools that deliver genuine results, performance and taste.

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The Krups heritage of German engineered kitchen appliances provides functional, rigorous design, technical perfection, performance and quality. Designed and built for those who continuously seek out new gourmet experiences and take pleasure in discovering and understanding how things are done and done well, Krups products provide the tools that deliver genuine results, performance and taste. Inspired by experts and demanding consumers with uncompromising standards of performance and quality, Krups products have been built with these three key attributes in mind: Passion, Precision and Perfection. Krups is pleased to present our new KM1000 coffee machine. Clean, simple lines and the combination of stainless steel and graphite finish give the KM1000 a rich, sophisticated look. The central illuminated LCD clock and controls make use and programming easy and intuitive. Features include a translucent water tank has dual water level windows, removable filter basket for easy cleaning, and a pause and serve feature. 10-cup sturdy glass carafe included.

Product Features

  • 10-cup stainless-steel coffeemaker with sleek graphite finish
  • Illuminated blue LCD analog-style clock; simple push-button controls
  • Glass carafe; brew-pause function for pouring a quick cup mid-brew
  • Translucent water tank; dual water-level windows; removable filter basket
  • Measures 7-1/4 by 11-1/4 by 13-5/8 inches; 1-year limited warranty

Comments

Donald J. Gross "Contraclarinet" says:

Good News & “Challenges” Six months ago, my wife and I were at Macy’s at the Glendale Galleria in Glendale, California looking to replace our 20 year old Braun coffee maker. Knowing of the Krups reputation and seeing a cool, blue, round, “digitized” analog clock on the demo unit, impulse buying got the better of us. Programming and using the KM-1000 was an intuitively obvious dream. The first pot – and six months of pots – of various Trader Joe’s coffees have been wonderful…after we figured out that to return the carafe to the unit, you have to tilt the carafe backwards slightly to reduce the contact angle of the carafe lid and the filter basket.But…after about 3 months, what looked like a calcium deposit began to form on the surface of the heating plate. No biggie. However, when it got bigger and bigger, closer examination revealed that the dark brown coating was coming off exposing the base metal underneath. The tech folks at Krups had never had any calls about it nor had the folks at…

MLE956 says:

Great little coffeemaker Some have commented in their reviews that the coffeepot drips, that the pot itself is difficult to remove and replace into its alcove, or that the coffeemaker spontaneously turns on. I value the consumer reviews posted here and usually heed them, but I loved the look of this coffeemaker so much and could find no other brands to match the styling and features of the KM1000 that I decided to risk it and order. So far, I have experienced none of these problems, and have been very happy with my purchase. The Krups KM1000 is a great little coffeemaker that not only makes a great-tasting, piping hot cup of coffee but looks good while doing it. Programming is easy and the price is right. My only fault with Krups is that not even a sample pack of cone filters was included with the coffeemaker as a courtesy, so be prepared with size 4 cone filters if you want to start brewing out of the box.

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