Mr. Coffee TF5 4-Cup Switch Coffeemaker, Black

Perfect for apartment living or at the office, this nifty coffee maker features Mr. Coffee’s Pause ‘n Serve so you can fill a cup whenever.

Product Features

  • On/off indicator light lets you know when your coffeemaker is on or off
  • Removable filter basket lifts out for fast and easy filling and cleaning
  • Brewing pause ‘n serve lets you pour a cup of coffee while the coffeemaker is still brewing
  • Dual water window shows the amount of water in the reservoir for accurate filling
  • Stain-Resistant Warming Plate is easy to clean and prevents staining.

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3 Responses to “Mr. Coffee TF5 4-Cup Switch Coffeemaker, Black”

  1. <path_to_url> Justin

    A great 4 cup coffee maker ! I have owned several Mr. Coffee 4 cup models, going back to the one that looks like it was made in the 1970’s (with the floating orange water indicator) – This one is the best one to date.The high points:1) It’s small and light2) While the lid is up, the water will simply cycle through the resovoir ( a great way to preheat your water is to simply keep the lid up while the machine is running until it gets (quite) hot – then close the lid. )3) It came with a re-usable basket filter (a nice feature considering the machine was only ~ 20$)The negative1) The carafe is just a tad difficult to pour from. Do not get me wrong, if you concentrate and proceed with caution, it does function without error. However, without due attention you might notice some drops spilling over the edge. That said, when pouring out the last few ounces at the end you will feel the steam/vapor rising up to your hand – it is HOT.For $20, I would reccomend it to everyone I know as the perfect 4 cup maker.

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  2. <path_to_url> Judy K. Polhemus "Book Collector"

    A great replacement I finally had to admit: My Krupps 4-cup coffee maker no longer made good coffee. I faithfully cleaned it with vinegar, kept coffee oils wiped off, but to no avail. After weeks I had to admit that the “Folger’s in my cup” no longer had the power to make me sing. I turned to Community coffee–egads! How was this possible? Even my strong Louisiana coffee was lacking. Then I tried Starbuck’s. No deal there either. OK, it’s my old coffee maker, I thought. That made me sad–my long-time companion had to go.I searched everywhere and finally settled on Mr. Coffee TF4-4-cup Switch Coffeemaker, white, of course, and couldn’t be happier! With the very first cup, I was back in business–the business of taste and looking forward to that cup in the morning. I should say mug (equals about one and 1/2 cups of regular-sized coffee cups).Here are the reasons I like this new coffee maker:1. It is easy and convenient to lift the lid and place the filter.2. Of course, putting coffee into the filter is easy, too!3. What is superior about this unit is the water-free pour into the little tank. Sometimes I spilled a few drops of water with my old unit, but Mr. Coffee’s carafe is designed to prevent spillage. The shape of the spout allows a good pour from one unit into the other.4. The light right in front is an easy signal that the unit is either on or off.5. Cleaning the unit is simple: Remove filter, remove basket, swipe through dishwater or rinse under running faucet, return to basket-holder.6. But here’s the best reason: Mr. Coffee makes a great pot of coffee!!Now I can sing again: The best thing about waking up is Folger’s in my cup and Mr. Coffee on my counter!!

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  3. <path_to_url> Peak Gazer

    Does the job. With my forced switch to decaf I needed a small coffee maker that would make two real cups (4 coffee maker cups). The Melitta take2me is a rather large machine, and was problematic in the consumer reviews. I couldn’t find a Black & Decker Brew n’ Go to look at. The TF4 is a small, very basic machine that brews as well as our larger coffee makers. The pause and pour feature works reasonably well. It uses the small basket filters. It’s easy to clean. It does, however, require about five and a half minutes to brew a full pot. So far it is well worth the $15 invested.

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