LOL<br><br>The problem with coffee the 12 cup brews is that - coffee degrades badly over a span of half an hour. The better the coffee value the "steeper" the degrading curve as the pot sits there and stews.<br><br>This gentlemen; represents a fresh cup of Joe every time exactly when I want it. Plus the added bonus is that I can switch flavors or go to tea anytime and not be stuck with stewed 12 cups of one flavor. Certainly for those who do drink 12 cups of coffee this single cup is not for them<br><br>
HuH ?<br><br>The price is right there on their web site, there are 3 models to choose from. I bought the 99 buck one I don't need all that fancy programable shiit. Free shipping and a 18 cup variety pack <-- although I don't really need that,, we had the same machine at work from the commercial distributor on a free trail bases,, cough so long as we buy 100 bucks of coffee a month. Anyway the coffee is great, fresh and pressure brewed every time.<br><br>
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