If you have $200 to spend on a drip coffee-maker, pass on the Zojirushi Fresh Brew which makes pots that are much too bitter; buy a Bonavita BV1900TS instead.
Don't fret! Whether it's high style you crave, having the most features or you simply value brewing performance above all, there's coffeemaker here that's perfect for your needs.
The Mr. Coffee Smart Optimal Brew makes sense for those who get a thrill from commanding their coffee maker by mobile app but not for people seeking strong java flavor.
If brewing up 10 cups of tasty coffee swiftly is what you're after, then the Bunn Velocity Brew BT should be on your short list, but its no-frills looks won't impress seekers of high appliance style.
The Cuisinart Burr Grind and Brew Thermal Coffeemaker tries to merge two appliances into one but you're better off buying a grinder and quality brewer separately.
Saddled with a steep price and disappointing performance the NitroBrew falls flat on its promise to make delicious nitrogenated drinks at home.
The new $140 Ninja Coffee Bar packs lots of slick java making features such as multiple brewing modes plus support for various container sizes.
Whether its the best drip you can make at home or robotic smarts there's a slick coffeemaker here for you.
Unless you have a very specific need for the data tracking or automation provided by the PicoBrew Zymatic, you will likely see very limited benefit for the cost of this machine over traditional home-brewing equipment.
Domestic coffee machines have come a long way since the days of moka pots and percolators. We've put these drip machines through their paces and can vouch for their impressive java-brewing abilities and distinctive approach to making coffee.
Priced at $299, the Oxo Barista Brain 12-Cup has both intelligent design and brewing chops.