Reviews and Problems with Hamilton Beach BrewStation 6 Cup Coffeemaker
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pleased with product
18 September 2010
Summary: brews good coffee. One draw back is the way you have to put water into the tank. Sometimes you spill some on the outside. the unit is tall. and when you lift the lid you need room above it. keeps coffee fresh while waiting to get next cup. the clock loses about a minute every 3-4 days.
Summary: This is the second coffeemaker of this style that I bought. I purchased this one to replace one that had seen better days. I like it because coffee doesn't burn since there is no carafe. It is simple to use and easy to maintain.
Summary: Makes great coffee. I also have a 12 cup Brewstation that I love. This one is a little slow and light weight. If it's not against the wall it moves when you get a cup. The top is flimsy. Overall good. Better than most 6 cuppers. I love no pot.
Summary: I got this coffeemaker for Christmas, as my old Hamilton Beach one-cup brewstation had finally died. I was very disappointed to find that if you put the entire 6 cups of water in it, the coffeemaker will brew all 6 cups immediately. What makes this any different than a regular coffeemaker??
Summary: I love the availability of the coffee maker/delivery. It is always quick to 'perk' the coffee, quick to pour, and quick to shut down after allowing me time to finish off the coffee in the reservoir.
Summary: My sister in-law loves these brew stations and after several years of service her's finally gave up. I was pleased to find this 6 cup unit which is just perfect for her camper. Always a hot cup of coffee and never burned.
Excerpt: I bought this mainly because of the fact that it does not have any glass (the carafe that most coffee makers have) to break or wash or handle. I am extremely pleased with the fact that I can fill my cup right from the coffee maker. It makes life more simple for me!
Pros: No breakable glass!!! Convinient settings
Cons: doesn't make much coffee....good for solo coffee drinker.