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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: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good coffee maker. Easy to use. Great coffee too

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    Sophia
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    Everything is great except for the milk frothier doesn't warm the milk

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    The perfect hybrid coffeemaker

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    Sprspy
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    Two weeks and this is perfect. One cup, large cup, halfcraffe, and full. The frother is not steamed but a little warm in the microwave and it whips up quickly

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Not exactly what I expected

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    Simon
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    We have used the Product every day for 50+ days and every week it tells us to run a clean cycle which the cycle is 2 cycles. Each cycle takes over an hour each. The Warming plate is not real warm, and does not keep a full pot of coffer warm/hot for the 2 hours. Will always need to microwave coffee to get a hot cup. I am investigating to switch the product out back to The Cuisinart brand, the brand that has served us fine for twenty years.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Versatile, great purchase

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    Birdie
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    I had to replace an old KitchenAid coffee maker. But, I wanted something similar, or better. My KitchenAid spoiled me. This Ninja coffee bar is even better - in most ways. My KitchenAid only made full carafes, but it had a lit area where it told me how long the coffee has been in the pot - up to two hours of keeping it warm. It also had a very audible beep when it turned off after the 2 hours. The Ninja does beep when the coffee is made, but doesn't tell you how long it's been since it was made. It also doesn't beep when it shuts off. Not really a big issue, but I do miss that feature. The other options with the Ninja make it all worth it. The frother works perfectly! I flavor my milk, heat it, and froth it to mix everything into the milk. It's nice leaving the coffee maker on because the preheating feature really does help. But, if you're not going to use the coffee maker for a day or so, turn it off. The coffee maker does stay warm to the touch, and wastes electricity. Power it on about 3 minutes prior to making coffee to let it preheat. It just makes that cup of coffee a bit hotter. I have forgotten to add more water when making just cups of coffee. It will automatically stop brewing if you don't have enough water I'm there. So, if it starts your drink, but stops early, be sure to check that you have enough water. I'm not sure it's worth the amount of money I spent, but as long as it lasts for many more years, I'd say it was a good purchase. I'm a bit partial to Ninja brand appliances. I also have a Ninja blender/processor set that's been amazing for several years. One more note - don't put it under a cabinet. Steam comes out from the top.

    I would recommend this to a friend