Whether its the best drip you can make at home or robotic smarts there's a slick coffeemaker here for you.
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.
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 lower than its bigger sibling and other gourmet coffeemakers, the $140 Bonavita is built to brew less java -- but it fails to do it well.
How do you make espresso coffee without using pumps, presses and other complicated devices? Appliance Science looks at the AeroPress, a simple coffeemaker that uses physics to make better coffee.
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.
While the Melitta 10-Cup Thermal Coffeemaker is a cheap way to get your morning Joe in a thermal carafe, its bitter brew makes it hard to recommend.
Kitchenaid's Siphon Coffee Brewer is one of the rare machines that brews with the power of steam pressure.
Built for true coffee tinkerers, the Behmor Brazen Plus lets brewers control details such as water temperature and presoak time.
The Ninja Coffee Bar provides an unmatched list of features and capabilities for a price that's difficult to match just don't expect the ultimate in style or brewing performance.
Even if you have money to burn, the lovely Ratio Eight's usability quirks and outlandishly expensive price make other coffeemakers from Bonavita and Technivorm much better buys.