Posted Tue Jun 26, 2012, 4:51am Subject: Re: replacement carafes??
My Bonavita carafe is tall enough and a 10 cup Norelco Dial A Brew carafe is tall enough too. Neither is shaped the same though. The ones with a similar shape (Bunn, Melitta, Krups) are too short. If you remove the pause n pour mechanism any of these carafes will capture the brewed coffee. The Clarity is a nice brewer, wish they still offered it here in the US since it is for sale in Europe under the King of Coffee brand.
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?
Posted Tue Jun 26, 2012, 12:19pm Subject: Re: replacement carafes??
thank you for your suggestions. as you mentioned, most are too tall or too short. the bunn looks most similar but too short. wasn't sure if some one had found any suitible replacement over the years. I did not know that the melita clairity was still being made in europe, under King of coffee... I agree it is a great drip coffee maker at the right price. I may have to break open the wallet for a new maker but I don't want to pay what they are commanding. bonavita? technivorm? zojirushi? brazen?? any other comperables out there??
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