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Joined: 7 Jul 2012
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Location: egypt
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Posted Sat Jul 7, 2012, 10:03pm
Subject: cuisinart coffee maker

Should you be looking for a coffee maker that can liven up your homes? Well I got great news for Cuisinart Coffee Maker has got the best offer to make featuring its extensive range of coffee makers that will certainly come handy. Perhaps you are curious so let me present the variety to persuade you even more.
Always Hot Thermal Carafe
Hot coffee on its way! For sure no would opt getting a chilled cup of coffee. Aside from the temperature, the flavor & aroma might have likewise been degraded. It is like getting a glass of spoiled fruit juice with no place but right down the sink. To make sure your cup gets to be filled with hot & fresh beverage, Cuisinart coffee maker has its choice of units equipped with thermal carafe that guarantees preservation of high temperature. In the same way, it is likely to preserve the genuine coffee indulgence.
Automated Basically Programmed
This time you don't must personally turn on or off your coffee maker unit. Thanks to the automated functions that make this feasible. If not for the auto-start function, you might be waking up way early to make yourself your favorite morning cup. In the same way, you don't must hurry yourself to the kitchen only to switch off the unit with the auto-shut off function around. In turn, all you need to do is sit back & relax hence you can pull yourself together to make the most of your morning coffee experience.

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Posted Sun Jul 8, 2012, 1:37am
Subject: Re: cuisinart coffee maker

I am looking for a trust bearing for my Asshat Auto brewer I picked up in Cairo several years ago - my contact - Me Me'hme - tried to find the part but failed. Now, Egypt Me couldn't find it, but maybe you can.  Please help or my Asshat will be handed to me broken yet again. Thanks in advance.

I chew coffee beans with my teeth while gargling with 195 F water to enjoy coffee. What is this "coffee brewing" device you speak of?
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