Make espresso anywhere with the tiny Nanopresso manual coffee maker.
The new Oxo 8 Cup coffee maker brews everything from full pots to single servings.
Oxo shrinks its latest cold brew coffee maker to fit in more places.
Gourmia's newest connected coffee maker will work with multiple voice assistants.
Coffee tinkerers will love the Breville Precision Brewer's impressive level of control, but it's overkill for most drip drinkers.
The Capsulier Revo automatically makes Nespresso coffee pods with your own beans.
Buy the Bonavita Metropolitan coffee maker for its low price and excellent drip, but slow drinkers should save up for a thermal carafe model.
Pass on the Smarter Coffee's disappointing output and limited smarts for the more useful and capable Behmor Connected.
The Bonavita Connoisseur is the best coffee maker to buy if you want superb pots of drip and spend less cash.
The Dash cold brewer is built to make pitchers in minutes.
According to Bunn, its latest coffee machine will make fantastic drip on demand.
The Oracle Touch, Breville's first fully automatic espresso machine, almost does it all by itself.
The programmable Motif Elements coffee maker is designed to make superb coffee on your schedule.
Motif's Essential coffee maker will challenge elite brewers at home.
If individual servings of pour-over or espresso are what you drink, the Breville Smart Grinder Pro might suit your needs, but experienced home baristas are better off buying a kitchen scale and a more affordable manual burr grinder.
If you seek a cold-brew gadget that's reasonably priced, fits in the fridge and decants strong java concentrate directly into glasses, you can't go wrong with the Bialetti Cold Brew Coffee Maker.
With a compact design and square shape, the KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Maker should squeeze into your fridge but still brew big batches.
With parts of hand-blown glass, steel and cork, the Oxo Glass Pour-Over certainly looks like an artisan drip coffee maker.