Cuisinart DGB-625BC Grind-and-Brew 12-Cup Automatic Coffeemaker, Brushed Metal

The easiest way to great coffee is the Cuisinart Grind and Brew. This 12-Cup coffeemaker automatically grinds the beans right before brewing to deliver the freshest tasting coffee in every cup. The streamlined design with brushed metal finish looks great in any kitchen. Fully programmable with adjustable auto shut-off, 1-4 cup setting, Brew Pause, and a grind off feature for pre-ground coffee. The large control panel, with large push buttons makes for quick and effortles operation. With the Cuisinart Grind and Brew it’s easier than ever to enjoy a hot cup of coffee any time of day.

Product Features

  • 12-Cup automatic coffeemaker with built-in automatic bean grinder
  • Fully programmable with adjustable auto-shutoff from 0 to 4 hours, Brew Pause, 1- to 4-Cup setting, and grind-off option for using pre-ground coffee
  • 12-Cup glass carafe with a wide comfort grip handle
  • Includes: Charcoal water filter and permanent gold tone filter ensures only the freshest coffee flavor flows through. Measuring scoop, instruction Booklet
  • Measures 12 by 9-4/5 by 17-1/2 inches; 3-Year limited warranty

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3 Responses to “Cuisinart DGB-625BC Grind-and-Brew 12-Cup Automatic Coffeemaker, Brushed Metal”

  1. <path_to_url> pjrocks

    Excellent coffee maker – so far! I had an earlier version of the 10-cup Cuisinart Grind and Brew that lasted more than 3 years. It made an awesome pot of coffee. I read online reviews of this and similar grind and brews from Cuisinart that made me nervous that I wouldn’t get as good a product as I had last time. I looked closely at other brands and other versions of grind and brews and decided based on my own experience with the last one I bought, I’d give this model a shot. So far I have not had any problems that other people have mentioned. Yes, there are more parts to take apart, clean and put back together than a regular coffee maker. But the superior taste of the coffee you get from the grind and brew is absolutely worth the extra couple minutes of prep time it takes. Besides, I was used to it from the previous model I owned. So that is not an issue. I read other reviews about the hinge not closing or popping open during the brew cycle, or leaking. I have not had ANY of those issues. NOTE: One reviewer said to read ALL the instructions carefully and follow the directions and that’s what I did. Most important thing to remember here is you have to be sure to keep the handle of the gold filter basket facing the front of the coffee maker. Last – I saw some reviewers complain of the noise as it grinds the coffee beans. This version of the grind and brew is noticeably more quiet than the last one I had, so no issue there either. All in all, I am VERY glad I purchased this product. I love it!

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  2. <path_to_url> Marya

    Good Coffeemaker A very nice, straightforward coffemaker, makes good coffee with pre-ground beans, can be programmed to start when you want. A nice feature is that it can also be programmed to shut down when you want — either right after brewing or up to 2 hours later. A bit on the noisy side, even without the grinder function on. Initial setup is easy. Please note that if you do not close *and latch* the reservoir cover, the machine will beep constantly and not brew until you do. Drove me crazy for about 15 minutes until I noticed that the cover wasn’t fully latched. Although it does tell you that in the instruction manual, it’s not immediately evident — it’s a line in the middle of lengthy instruction under #6 “Close Reservoir Lid”, on page 8.Update on Feb. 1, 2010It was a learning curve to figure out how many scoops of whole beans to add for a good cup of coffee. A small scoop is included, with instructions to use one scoop per cup. However, the grind on this machine is fairly coarse, so it comes out a bit weaker than I’m used to. Adding a bit more each time took me over the top to “bitter,” so it’s hard to find a balance. I’m afraid I enjoy pre-ground coffee in this coffeemaker more than whole-bean.

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  3. <path_to_url> Kurt G. Roberts

    Good Coffee, loud grinder, unacceptable glitch Bought this unit for my wife for Christmas 2009. Liked the idea of a combo grinder and coffee maker. $100 at World Market, Houston. Get it cheaper now.1. Also bought the gold filter basket (no brainer).2. The unit makes great coffee.3. The grinder is very loud. Loud enough to wake the household at 5am. I now purchase ground coffee and don’t use the grinder in the coffee maker.4. The filter basket sits in a swing out holder that is spring-loaded. There is a “release” button on the side of the unit. The door tends to pop open at very inopportune times, including while the coffee is brewing. This is an unacceptable glitch in the design. This gets the unit a 3-star rating from me.I’m in the process of getting a replacement unit from Cuisinart. Even for $50, not worth the mess.

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