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Posted Mon Oct 28, 2013, 7:46am
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zinj Said:

Len,
It's definitely higher capacity than the KBT741 but I thought your machine was a 10 cup.  The Grand is 60 oz.

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You are right.  Mine is 10 cups.

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Posted Sat Nov 9, 2013, 8:26pm
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Probably about ten years ago I purchased a capresso after my research on here, that met the brew requirements for water temp, etc.  It has finally died.  I haven't been here since then and now that I need a new 'brew machine' I am back.  I was so looking forward to ordering the moccamaster after lurking here, but reading on amazon and Williams-Sonoma there are so many negative reviews and one especially concerns me is the brew temperature being not what is advertised by the manufacturer, other issues and/or poor customer support.  Any comments would be greatly appreciated.

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Posted Sun Nov 10, 2013, 7:59am
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JayT_B Said:

Probably about ten years ago I purchased a capresso after my research on here, that met the brew requirements for water temp, etc.  It has finally died.  I haven't been here since then and now that I need a new 'brew machine' I am back.  I was so looking forward to ordering the moccamaster after lurking here, but reading on amazon and Williams-Sonoma there are so many negative reviews and one especially concerns me is the brew temperature being not what is advertised by the manufacturer, other issues and/or poor customer support.  Any comments would be greatly appreciated.

Jace

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Tom at Sweet Marias has an informed review of the Technivorm.  You may wish to read his review:
Click Here (www.sweetmarias.com)

I believe he mentions a 1 year warranty.  The machine has a 6 year warranty now.

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Posted Sun Nov 10, 2013, 9:35pm
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Thank you Len.  I will continue to research.  It appears to be a nice machine.  Not sure of other drip machines that compare to this.

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