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Best coffee maker to buy for 2020: Bonavita, Ninja, Oxo, Moccamaster and more

here are the best coffee makers you can buy to make delicious drip at home.

Though making drip coffee should be as easy as filling a drip coffee maker with coffee grounds and hot water, not all drip coffee makers are created equal; as french press and ground coffee enthusiasts will tell you, there's much more to the art of the perfect home brew. You need to find a drip brewer广东棋牌游戏代理加盟 that can bring water to the correct temperature and that doesn't brew too slowly -- all common obstacles that can doom your drip -- and that's not always easy to do.

Luckily, we have found some noteworthy exceptions on the market, and whether you prefer to brew perfect lattes, iced coffee or turn coffee beans into the perfect cup of joe, you don't need to spend a mint to get the best coffee maker. You can drop over $600 on a tricked-out Ratio Eight that's as beautiful as it is capable or on a programmable commercial coffee maker. But all it takes is $15 to get Oxo's superb Single Serve Pour Over funnel.

And there are plenty of compelling choices in-between for a coffee lover's brew. One is our Editors' Choice winner, the Bonavita Connoisseur, our pick for best all-around automatic brewer. Another is the KitchenAid Siphon Brewer广东棋牌游戏代理加盟, which uses an ancient technique to achieve outstanding and dramatic results. No matter your budget, there's something on this list that'll fit your drip needs perfectly and be the best coffee maker for you -- and we'll periodically update it with new products as we test them. We promise, you'll never have to drink coffee from pods or an ancient coffee pot again.

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广东棋牌游戏代理加盟despite its snobby name, the connoisseur from bonavita is the best automatic drip coffee maker you can buy for the least amount of cash. it reliably brews full pots of fresh coffee that rival what you would get from your favorite coffee shop or barista, and it's a cinch to use. with easy one-touch operation, the bonavita has a 1,500-watt heating element that maintains optimal brewing temperature of 198-205 degrees fahrenheit.

This perfect coffee maker also has a 1.3-liter water reservoir, works fast and has all the bells and whistles including a stainless steel-lined thermal carafe. It's also a snap to keep clean, with a removable, dishwasher-safe brew basket and carafe lid.  Read our Bonavita BV 1900TS review广东棋牌游戏代理加盟.

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If you find that brewing an entire pot of coffee each morning is overkill, then consider the Bonavita Immersion Dripper, the best coffee maker for strong single cups. This small gadget is the best coffee maker to brew perfect single cups of strong, flavorful Joe that can be enjoyed hot or cooled for iced coffee. You just have to supply the hot water and coffee filters. Read our Bonavita Immersion Dripper review.

Those who seek lots of coffee in a hurry will love the quick brew cycle of this coffee maker. The Bunn Velocity Brew BT drip coffee maker with its stainless steel-lined thermal carafe whips up large pots of joe at astonishing speed. In as little as 3 minutes, 33 seconds, the coffee maker can deliver full batches of tasty drip to drink. Read our Bunn Velocity Brew BT review.

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It's hard to find a coffee maker that beats the KitchenAid Siphon Brewer's unique combination of spectacle and quality. The coffee it makes is distinctly rich, deep and seductively flavorful. Its vintage brewing process, based on vapor pressure and vacuum suction, is also mesmerizing to watch. No paper filters needed as the Siphon Brewer comes with a reusable stainless steel filter. Read our Kitchenaid Siphon Coffee Brewer review广东棋牌游戏代理加盟.

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Think of this kitchen appliance as the Swiss army knife of the drip coffee maker world. The Ninja programmable brewer (with frother, thermal carafe and reusable filter) offers an uncanny degree of flexibility, making it the best coffee maker for those who don't always want the same cup. It can create everything from solid drip, to perfect cold brew, to iced coffee, to latte-style drinks with its milk frother, and it will adjust the temperature according to your choice. Its thermal carafe will keep tea or coffee hot up to two hours. This programmable coffee maker even lets you brew iced coffee and hot coffee in multiple sizes, from small cups all the way up to full carafes. Read our Ninja Hot and Cold Brewed System review广东棋牌游戏代理加盟.

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Cold brew coffee is delicious, but it can be a pain to make. Oxo's cold brew coffee maker takes much of the headache out of the process. This Oxo Brew coffee maker saturates coffee grounds evenly and lets you drain cold brewed coffee from them into its glass carafe with relative ease. Read our Oxo Cold Brew Coffee Maker review广东棋牌游戏代理加盟.

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Delicious coffee and great tasting drip from a product that costs just $15? It sounds unlikely but that's just what the affordable Oxo Good Grips Pour-Over offers. It only makes coffee one drink at a time and requires you to provide the hot water. That said, the simple brewer transforms the otherwise complex task of pour-over into one that's easy, clean and almost foolproof. Read our Oxo Good Grips Pour-Over Coffee Maker review广东棋牌游戏代理加盟.

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Judging by the Ratio Eight appliance, the people at Ratio believe that a coffee maker should be beautiful as well as functional. Starting at $495, each brewer is crafted from a selection of premium materials like walnut, mahogany and glass. (Both the water reservoir and carafe are made from hand-blown glass.) Their sturdy aluminum bases are available in numerous finishes as well. And yes, the Ratio Eight with its glass carafe also makes excellent drip.   Read our Ratio Eight review.

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Dutch company Technivorm has sold exceptionally good drip coffee makers for decades. Its Moccamaster KBT 741 drip coffee machine sports a design with clean lines and sharp angles that harkens back to 1968, the year the first Moccamaster hit stores. Retro design aside, the Moccamaster KBT 741 consistently puts out perfect freshly brewed coffee that will satisfy coffee connoisseurs. Its stainless steel thermal carafe also keeps its contents hot a full six hours.  Read our Technivorm Moccamaster KBT 741 review.

A note on testing coffee makers

Evaluating the performance of a coffee maker广东棋牌游戏代理加盟 is trickier than it might sound. The first step is to know what good drip coffee actually is. According to the , there are criteria critical to brewing quality java. Mainly these are brewing time and water temperature. Hot water should come into contact with grounds for no less than four minutes and no longer than eight. Additionally, the ideal water temperature range is between 197 degrees Fahrenheit (92C) and 205 degrees Fahrenheit (96C).

广东棋牌游戏代理加盟to confirm how each coffee maker meets that challenge, we log the length of their brew cycles. we also employ thermocouple heat sensors connected to industrial-grade data loggers. that enables us to record the temperature within the coffee grounds while brewing is underway.

we measure the temperature inside the brewing chamber of every coffee maker we test.

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after brewing coffee, we take sample readings of the produced coffee liquid with an . given we factor in the amount of water and freshly ground coffee used, that data lets us calculate the total dissolved solids percentage of each brew. from there we arrive at the extraction percentage. the ideal range is commonly thought to be between 18 and 20%.

广东棋牌游戏代理加盟we also back up measured data with a good, old fashioned taste test. if the taste of a cup of coffee is bitter, there's a good chance it was over extracted during the drip. on the opposite end, an under extracted cup of coffee will typically taste weak -- it can even taste sour or have the flavor of soggy peanuts. and to be certain, we brew identical test runs a minimum of three times to achieve average results.

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