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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Best Coffe Machine Ever

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    The Ninja Coffee Bar has been an excellent purchase. From regular coffee, to iced coffee, and Frappicino's this machine has done it all and the whole family loves it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great coffee machine

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    Excellent machine! I've had it about 2 months and absolutely one of the best investments I've made. Perfect coffee everytime!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Bought it again!

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    Love this coffee pot, recently bought a second one for my parents. They have gone through several pots in the last few years. Bad setup, quit working... they loved mine soooo..Happy Mother's Day mom!!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great for variety

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    This coffee maker is awesome. It makes a much wider selection than my old espresso maker! Only con is that the espresso style drinks are still not as strong as real espresso. Overall, I'm extremely happy with mine!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great coffee

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    Love how you can make specialty coffees and the fact it knows when your using ice. Great product for the price and features.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great coffee maker

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    I love my coffee maker, easy to use. Makes great tasting coffee!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    The Ninja kicks butt

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    The reviews were right! This Ninja is great! I have been using it for 3 days now. The difference in the taste of the coffee compared to my old drip drip maker is completely different. Not only is the coffee better tasting it's also stronger without the bitterness of the old maker. I've tested several features of this coffee maker and they all work great. I've made several different coffee flavored drinks the 1st 3 days and they've all turned out great. My coffee is also hotter than my old drip maker which is great. I have no more mess pouring water into the back of the old maker and pulling it out from under the counter. I'd recommend this thing to anyone. It's easy to use, follow directions when making different coffee's, the delay brew is easy to operate. Overall very happy with my purchase on this pricey coffee maker.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    I love it

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    I just recently got into making different style coffees so I'm a newb but I love this machine! It's easy to use and clean. More importantly the coffee tastes great to my wife and I. Making different drinks takes a little practice but watching how-to videos on the Ninja coffee website makes that easier. I got the best price too at Best Buy. Great buy!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A good little versatile machine.

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    A good little versatile machine. The foot print is a little smaller than my Cuisinart coffee maker, which is a plus, but makes up for it in height. For filling the water reservoir, it can be removed and brought to the sink or your refrigerator water dispenser. It the locks back in place easily. No more slow pouring from the carafe or spillage into the basket. Thank you. A full pot is 43oz. Which is just under 9 cups compared to my Cuisinart coffee maker. But, let's face it, it's the one cup brew that's most intriguing. I don't care for the kcups, I think they taste stale and nasty. I want to use fresh ground coffee without the mess of a single serve filter. That is what's great about the Ninja Coffee Bar. You can use the permanent filter or paper filters your choice, with three brew settings. Classic, Rich and Specialty. The classic brew is a little too quick and yields less flavor from the grounds. but gives a smooth flavor to the coffee. Rich brew uses a little less water, but gets a better saturation. It yields a little bitterness, but just enough to remind you why you drink coffee. I would equate it to a French press brew. Close, but not quite. I haven't tried the specialty brew. I assume if you like to add a half a cup of milk or cream to your coffee it will taste good no matter what. It's a smart machine with easy to read display and control panel. A better choice over some other single serve machines.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    This is a new category for coffee makers

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    First let me say that I drink a lot of coffee, and I hate the Keurig. It's convenient, and it's very popular right now, which makes me wonder if most people just like weak, carelessly jet-blast brewed coffee in small quantities these days. (Starbucks and good coffee from fast food places is also very popular, so maybe people are just resigned to enjoy easy mediocre coffee until they get out the door). For years we found the best of both worlds by sticking to regular drip-brewed coffee from a coffee maker that could brew both a pot of coffee or a single cup, but there were still the drawbacks of burnt coffee from sitting on the warming plate or poorly measured water. Drip brewed coffee is just a slower version of the Keurig process anyway, so the coffee is a lot better, but not perfect. We finally achieved the best cup of coffee we've had at home by switching to a whole new brewing process. Heat the water to a precise temperature, soak the coffee grinds for a while before brewing the coffee through lab-grade filter paper and then serve before it cools down. (Using products from Chemex, which is not an electronic coffee maker. You would find this at World Market instead of Best Buy). This was the best cup of coffee, but quite a bit of work to do first thing in the morning. When I saw this Ninja coffee maker featured on BestBuy.com as a new product, I immediately recognized the laborious brewing process. They call it 'Auto-IQ' but it essentially is automating what we were doing by hand. A regular coffee maker will draw water from the reservoir through a one way valve and then boil it so that it rises up to where the coffee is and then drips down through to the pot. There's no control over anything until the water runs out. The Ninja draws the precise amount of water from the reservoir (like a Keurig) heats it to the right temperature (maybe like a Keurig), and then follows the process of wetting the grounds, waiting a while, and then brewing at just the right speed to get the coffee how you've selected it (most definitely not like a Keurig, like a Chemex). The filter basket on this Ninja has a more sophisticated drip stop than a normal coffee maker, and it's able to detect when you've closed the drip stop (so no spills, no overflowing), but I suspect that maybe it's able to control this itself to achieve higher concentrations of coffee for the special brew mode. The ninja also comes with a permanent coffee filter, and milk foamer. That's just pure additional value and with the included recipe book you can create some pretty fancy drinks with just a little extra effort and maybe a trip to the grocery store. That makes it more fun than just a simple pot or cup of good coffee. So did Ninja rip off Chemex? I don't know, this is just the most scientifically perfect way of brewing a good cup of coffee. The Chemex is a beautifully designed product which still stands proudly on our kitchen counter, but this Ninja brewer is quite a bit easier to get that first pot of coffee going on a busy weekday morning. How reliable is this coffee maker going to be? I can't say at this point. It's made us some good coffee, but it's only been a few days. We already own a Ninja blender and we trust the brand as being in the super-premium category of kitchen devices, but I didn't hesitate to purchase a Geek Squad extended warranty for this brand new product.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Coffee lover

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    This has everything and more. Upgraded from a decent stainless black and decker coffee maker to this. The no drip button, the mug flap that pulls down, the permanent coffee filter and the milk froth extra... Little things that make a big difference!!! The coffee always comes out smooth and I can make all sorts of things for a reeeeeeaaally good price. Love it!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great product

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    This coffee station was an upgrade from a standard percolator type of coffee maker. Coffee tastes bolder and smoother when made with this coffee station. I can only compare the difference as tasting wine with and without decanter. Precise water measurement makes it easier to have consistently good quality coffee. Design is compact and controls are clear. Hope it lasts a long time.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Works as advertised

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    After having used the Ninja for approximately one month, I can say that I am satisfied with the unit's performance, how it brews the coffee, and the usefulness of the different features of the coffee system. The glass carafe is very difficult to wash, though, and that is somewhat annoying.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great product, does exactly what it says it will

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    I had a 5 year old Keurig that I needed to replace and I wanted to go to something that took ground coffee easier and could make a carafe. This was the best thing I could find in my price range. It has a good brew to it and a lot of cool features like a removable water reservoir that can be turned different directions based on placement of the coffee maker. I also like the delay brew feature which is nice so I can set it all up at night and it will be ready for me when I wake up. It also has a brew over ice feature. Overall I am completely happy with the purchase. I highly recommend it

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Bold Coffee

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    This is by far the best coffee machine I have owned. I purchased this after using a kuerig for years. And boy have I been missing out, the coffee from the kuerig tastes like water poured over cardboard compared to the ninja. I like my coffee black and the flavor from this machine never disappoints me. The fact that it doesn't tell you there isn't enough water before you start the brew process is quite annoying but not a deal breaker, just takes some getting used to. Drips a lot more from the pour spout even with the stop on, but with this being more like a traditional coffee drip brewer that is to be expected. I only made a few specialty drinks with the milk frother but there were compatible to coffee house drinks. Overall, a great choice with multiple uses.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great coffee maker

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    It makes the best cup or mug of coffee I have ever had. I have the more expensive coffee maker that uses those k-cups and it is sitting on a shelf in the garage. I would not trade the Ninja coffee maker for no other coffee maker.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    What a coffee maker!

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    So before upgrading (Yes, I definitely am using the term "upgrading") to this wonderful device, I spent my mornings making coffee using an oh-so-convenient Keurig coffee maker. However, I grew tired of drinking watered down coffee that was being produced by my particular unit as well as spending the money on expensive pods. I tried to switch to a custom pod, but only found it to be even more watered own no matter how finely I grinded the beans. I dealt with it for quite a while before I stumbled upon a Black Friday deal on this particular coffee maker, and boy what a morning-changing discovery it was. I couldn't be happier with the coffee this device produces. Furthermore, I really appreciate the way it saturates the grounds before running the main cycle. I also appreciate how you can choose how strong you want your coffee, and that it works the way you'd think it would. Finally, I love the included frother which came with it, which I use to make some delicious desert coffees. Then only issue I've had is that my very first cleaning (as the manual suggest you do before the first use) the Carafe cracked from below the handle to the base. My wife called Ninja and they sent a new one promptly. In the mean time, I used the single serve option which I continue to use every morning before work. Highly recommend.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Rich brew!

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    I researched and read a bunch of reviews before purchasing as this was a pricey coffee maker. After comparing it side by side with my old Cuisinart, feel the Ninja brews a much better cup of coffee. The other reviews are correct about not being able to get a full carafe of coffee if you select rich brew; however, for 2 people in the morning, the carafe yields 2 large cups of coffee for each person so it's perfect for us. I like the over ice option as well -- coffee stays rich and doesn't get diluted by the ice melting. The only flaw I see is a minor one -- water drips from the brew basket after the machine is done brewing. It's a very small amount, maybe a teaspoon. It's not enough for me to return it as I just keep a bar mop towel next to the coffee maker. I'd buy this again and would recommend it to others.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    good but a glitch

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    this is a good coffee machine for the price althought after 2-3 years one of the buttons seemed stuck in a way where there was no easy fix. i looked it up and it was a common problem reported

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    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Love it.

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    I am a one cup a day coffee drinker, but didn't want a Keurig. Read reviews and watched online videos of this product - decided to buy it. Wow! Love it!!!! I buy coarse ground fresh coffee beans and make myself a latte or cappuccino every morning. I haven't been back to Starbucks since! I think this machine will pay for itself in 2 months.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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