Cruise into morning coffee-making on autopilot

The Cuisinart Coffee on Demand 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker replaces the traditional carafe with an easy to use dispenser.

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Making coffee is never an easy task to focus on early in the day. For some, myself included, mornings are a miserable mess until coffee has been introduced into the equation. The problem is that sometimes it can be difficult even to get to that point. Luckily, some smart folks got to thinking and integrated a timer into a coffeemaker. This one innovation certainly makes life easier for those of us who don't function well without the magical elixir.

The Cuisinart Coffee on Demand 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker offers the convenience needed by morning-challenged coffee lovers. With 24-hour programmability and auto shut-off, coffee lovers can cruise into morning on autopilot. A double-wall reservoir replaces the traditional carafe and an integrated actuator dispenses coffee cup by cup. The easy to read Coffee Gauge on the front of the unit counts down remaining cups of coffee. The reservoir is removable for easy water transport, while an integrated charcoal filter helps to remove impurities in the water.

With modern styling in a classic housing, Cuisinart updates a familiar appliance with this drip coffee maker. Using a permanent basket-style filter to streamline further the coffee-making process, the Coffee on Demand coffeemaker keeps mornings simple. And for those who appreciate consistency in their morning brew, the 5-ounce-at-a-time dispenser makes the morning ritual as easy as can be.

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