There aren't a lot of quality automatic coffee machines under $200, but Electrolux thinks its $150 Expressionist Thermal Coffee Maker has what it takes to beat the odds.
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Electrolux touted the brewing abilities of its compact Expressionist Thermal Coffee Maker at KBIS 2016.