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I am looking for a coffee maker preferably under $100. My mr coffee programmable is on the blitz. I had it a year and paid $50 for it, I pulled out my reserve, a gevalia that I got free from trying there coffee. It was a nice programmable stainless steel one that lasted about 3 weeks. I got a little water in the front part of it and it went to smoking so I had to trash it.
Now I am on the hunt for another and am using a $10 walmart special. Anyone have a recommendation on a durable one under $100?

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Starbucks has a nice one with stainless carafe that keeps your brew warm without burning. 10-cup programmable. But, I think it's about $120. If I was looking, that would be my pick.
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Get one that brews into a carafe, not the type with a warming burner (unless the coffee will be finished off within 45 minutes). Also, make sure that the water is sprayed out over the basket, not dripped into the center of the grounds only. I'm buying this one tomorrow:
http://www.lowes.com/lowes/lkn?actio...TCB&lpage=none
I get a Lowe's Family Discount but I would buy that model anyway.
And if you really like coffee, you need a burr grinder and fresh beans.
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I don't really drink coffee but I see a lot of these around nice houses of people who do drink it. Think it is a stove top though not programable.

http://www.beveragefactory.com/coffe...+Express.shtml

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This is what I got it's programable Auto off and no burnt coffee pot no worries if I leave it or forgot to turn it off. My wife asked my why I bought that, now she loving it coz less maintenance.
http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/prod...1&SKU=13770794
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Looks cool. How much are the replacement water filters?
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