Cuisinart SS-10P1 Premium Single-Serve Coffeemaker Coffemaker 72 Oz Silver Review

Cuisinart SS-10P1 Premium Single-Serve Coffeemaker Coffemaker 72 Oz Silver Product Review and Key Specs

K-Cup compatible brewer makes one cup at a time,Compatible with any brand of single cup pod including Keurig K-Cup pods. Cord length : 32 InchesIncluded Components: SS-10 unit72-oz water reservoirRemovable drip trayinstruction book
Tag:cuisinart pots,brewing hardware,6 cup coffee maker,one cup coffee brewing system,Best Rated in Single-Serve Brewers,tea brewer
Customers Also Bought These Products

Cuisinart DCC-3000P1 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker Coffeemaker, Black (Kitchen)

buy now

Cuisinart SS-15P1 Coffee Center 12-Cup Coffeemaker and Single-Serve Brewer, Silver (Kitchen)

buy now

Keurig K-Elite Coffee Maker, Single Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee Brewer, With Iced Coffee Capability, Brushed Silver (Kitchen)

buy now

Cuisinart SS-10 Premium Single Serve Brewer (Renewed) (Kitchen)

buy now

Cuisinart SS-5P1 Single Serve Brewer Coffemaker, 40 oz, Silver (Kitchen)

buy now

Cuisinart Premium Single Serve Coffeemaker (SS-10) with 1 Year Extended Warranty

buy now

Tag:6 cup coffee maker, Best Rated in Single-Serve Brewers, brewing hardware, cuisinart pots, one cup coffee brewing system, tea brewer

3 thoughts on “Cuisinart SS-10P1 Premium Single-Serve Coffeemaker Coffemaker 72 Oz Silver Review”

fuKMA says:

Since the HB was $79, I decided to give it a try.0, I think) had it for 7 years without issue until it stopped pouring water out.I’ve been using Keurigs from the year they came out, and after the third machine quit on me – this one less than two years old – I decided to stop throwing good money after bad.I like the selection of cup sizes, especially 12 oz.NOOoooooooo.I think the water pump pumps water faster than the k-cup can accommodate: coffee grounds spill out of the k-cup, getting into the coffee and making a mess of the k-cup slot.Gone are the blue LED lights in the water resivuoir, too bad as it was a nice indicator the unit was ‘on’ and the blue cast a subtle light at night that was pleasing to the eye.I’ve had so many issues with it I was not about to spend more money with Keurig on another of their crappy machines.This one though water tank is a little smaller it makes coffee the second you turn it on so no waiting to warm up.The three bad Keurigs would just completely power off in the middle of brewing.Pump problem caused us to finally retire it.So far I like it much better.I started with Keurig, but for nearly every brewer I purchased they would die shortly after their warranty expired.We loved our 700 and have had 2 of them over the years both the pump went on them, but we still loved the unit.I called and they said they would send a replacement which they did.Always worked amazingly!! I wanted another one for my office & found its been discontinued & this is the available model.I like the features, but the coffee maker is a real disappointment.This is MUCH louder than the Breville and after a week of use it does tend to spit coffee around a bit..It always says "OPEN HEAD" even though we have a k-cup in there waiting.

RmWNa says:

My first was a $60 reconditioned model and the pump finally didn’t pump anymore.Well this thing splashes coffee everywhere! I have it on the counter in between the stove and wall, believe it or not, both the wall and the stove get covered in coffee splatter just like Buttercup posted pictures of in earlier reviews…….Like many I purchased it to replace the discontinued 700 model which served me for many years.Most annoying is the Noise, this unit is Extremely Loud!! Secondly it’s Very slow a 10 oz cup takes a Full 90 seconds when the machine is ready.It makes the weakest coffee ever – the water comes out so quickly that it spurted out the entire bottom of the spout area and made a mess on my counter.lots of plastic.Amazon’s customer service was excellent & they immediately sent me a free return label—once I affixed it to the shipping box of the first unit, I only had to drop off at a UPS store.When we moved this year, it toppled in the moving truck and broke.Right from the start I was impressed that the machine had a quality feel.The motor gave out and it barely filled my cup with coffee.Long review, but here is the “why”.So instead of spending so much money again, I purchased the SS-10 and have been faithfully descaling it at least once every month and have never used anything in it other than filtered water.We used only reverse osmosis water, and there are only 2 of us using it.Yet Keurig only sold 2 organic K-cups – Paul Newman and the Keurig brand for Sumatra.Loved it but we wore it out.I am using water from my Brita filter pitcher to clean the water which goes into the machine.This is the 4th Cuisinart K-cup coffee maker I’ve purchased for different uses.The pump finally just died so I purchased this machine thinking it would be just as good as the original since this is the replacement for the older machine.I love the Ss700 have had it for 4 years now and have had no problems.0.

xZJphz says:

I owned a basic Keurig coffee maker for 7 years and decided it was time to replace it.So I did my due diligence & found the perfect replacement for my approximately 20 year old Keurig.ADD WATER.The clearance between the top and bottom when the drip tray is removed is 7.Love that you have the option whether to make your coffee extra hot if you want, and it’s easy to the coffee strength that suits you best by adjusting cup size.I go to brew my first cup of coffee and notice how clumsy the mechanism is that holds the K-cup.Then I saw this one and good reviews and good price so I bought it.Then we had to replace it with one that quit after about a year and then the next one was giving us the same difficulties within the same time frame.The coffee comes out warm on the Keurig and does not stay hot for more than a few minutes.I also liked the look of it and it was going on our new coffee bar and I wanted it to look stainless and not a black plastic look.The minute you turn it on the water is hot and the coffee is ready immediately.I replaced it with this machine as after 7 years of use it couldn’t brew any more.I loved that machine.The device was simple to hook up and the manual was easy reading.Not many changes so it made it easy to immediately set-up and use this new model.They don’t make these machines to last.I have been a keurig fan and have never owned a different pod coffee maker –> <use xlink:href="http://az.My current coffee maker, just less than a year old , started pumping cold water when i filled the water tank.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *