Leave it to Cuisinart to make delicious, freshly ground, freshly brewed coffee an even nicer experience. The Grind & Brew 12-Cup Coffeemaker features an innovative DirectFlow grind assembly that seamlessly moves coffee through the professional-style burr grinder right into the brew basket. An AutoRinse feature makes sure all coffee grounds enter the brew basket to make clean-up exceptionally easy! Grinds just the amount of beans needed, to the number of cups selected. Intuitive controls offer three flavor strengths and a large display provides a clear view of customized selections. It's innovative coffeemaking technology - and Cuisinart - at their very best!
- 12-cup glass carafe with comfort-grip handle
- Professional-style burr grinder for uniform consistency
- DirectFlow grind assembly seamlessly dispenses grounds directly into the brew basket
- AutoRinse ensures all the coffee grounds enter the brew basket
- Half-pound bean hopper with sealed lid - keeps beans fresh
- Flavor strength options - regular, bold or extra-bold
- Grind control - program for 4 to 12 cups
- Grind-off feature lets you use pre-ground coffee
- Extra-large LCD display and intuitive operation
- 24-hour brew start and adjustable auto shutoff
- Gold-tone commercial-style permanent fi lter
- Charcoal water fi lter removes impurities
- Brew Pause™ feature lets you enjoy a cup before brewing is fi nished
- Limited 3-Year Warranty
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Coffee Makers and Grinders
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Burr Grind & Brew ? 12-Cup Coffeemaker (DGB-800)
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