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Ninja - Coffee Bar 10-Cup Coffee Maker - Black/Stainless-Angle_Standard

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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 1059 reviews

94%
would recommend to a friend

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Outstanding coffee options

    Posted
    shelton23
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    The frother is the best feature of this coffee maker and make Starbucks obsolete. You can brew a single cup or a full pot, making the k-cup waste brewers obsolete. Great purchase and love it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Love it

    Posted
    Chris
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    Like many, I'd grown tired of the k cups. The Ninja Coffee system is great. I've had fun exploring the different possibilities - it's great

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent coffee maker

    Posted
    Josh
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    This coffee maker replaced k cups which became to expensive. I liked the ease k cups but not the expense. This is just as easy to make a coffee with its built in filter and makes it taste better than k cups without the plastic garbage. Excellent product and easy to fill and use!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Make good coffee

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    Kripps
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    Everything works as it should. There is a definite taste difference between the two specialty settings. One provides more of an "espresso" richness where the other brings out the nuttiness in your roast. The coffee comes out quite hot, which is good. The pot itself loses heat very quickly. But, that's the case with most drip coffee makers that do not have an insulated carafe. The "froather" (whatever you call it) does a great job. It's just a fancy whisk really, but it gets a good foam. In all, we ditched our K-cup maker for this as we were using too many k-cups. We couldn't be happier. It may be pricey, but it's worth it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Party in a Box! Quality product, easy to use.

    Posted
    MTCowboy
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    OK, I didn't expect to get too excited by a Coffee Maker but this thing rocks! We have already purchased another one for our kids and are planning a make-your-own-custom-coffee party at our house for the holidays. This is one of those rare products that impresses you with its well thought out design and quality build. It starts with the sturdy packaging and good documentation and continues with its extensive features. Even a little thing like an included coffee scoop with instructions embossed on the handle and a dedicated spot to store it in speaks to the excellent design. And the coffee it brews? Excellent! Multiple options for brewing strength, serving size, and hot or cold brews and all without the mess, waste and cost of individual K-Cup pods. The addition of a built in frother is the topper. This is not the stand-alone, manual device that is offered with some other models. This is a powered attachment that is easy to use, easy to clean and easy to store away when not needed. In summary - if you are a coffee person who is spending too much with your local Barista, you owe it to yourself to look into this!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Very nice but still can't pull me from my Keurig

    Posted
    Zeppelin33
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    I've had this for about a month now and have made several types and pots of coffee. I had forgotten about the aroma a freshly brewed pot fills the kitchen with. I've been spoiled by Keurig machines for the past 7 or so years and it wasn't going to be an easy task to walk away from them and start brewing pots again. I still can't do it every time, but there is room for both on my countertop so they both will stay. It's perfect for weekends while I'll be home and having more than 1 cup or when friends come by. I'll stick to my Keurig for mornings before work when I just want one cup. I know the Ninja can make single cups as well but the cleanup is the same as a pot and it's just not as quick. I started using the built in filter but quickly switched to the paper filters once I realized how many grounds were going down the sink when trying to clean it. Similar to the "brew your own" filters for the Keurig. Kind of defeats the purpose of quick when it takes longer to get it clean than to make the cup with it. It's winter time so ice coffee will have to wait a few more months but I am looking forward to brewing some coffee specifically for ice. I've no doubts it'll do a great job at it. Overall, I do really like the Ninja. It looks classy on the counter, makes a nice cup of coffee and is simple to set up and use. It's just cumbersome making coffee this way again after so many years of the K-cups. Perhaps I'll get used to it when my Keurig finally gives out and I don't get another one.

    I would recommend this to a friend