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Product Details
Overall Rating 5.5, Based on 12 Reviews
Avg Price $95.00
Manufacturer Krups
Machine Type Auto drip, filter drip, coffee maker, paper filter, permanent filter, digital
Colors Black, stainless steel
Class Auto Drip Coffee, Timer, Thermal
Pro Review No
First Look Yes
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Coffee Makers: Krups FMF Coffee Maker
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A line of thermal carafe coffee makers with digital controls marketed by Krups. Introduced in 2005, replacing (along with their FME line) the entire auto drip lineup by the company.

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Benjamin Java (quality: 4.0) 03.14.2006 Rating: 2.4
Product Reviewed: Pro Aroma FMF
Bottom Line: A piece of junk - you can do so much better for the money.
Chuck McGee 01.31.2007 Rating: 7.2
Product Reviewed: fmf5-14
Bottom Line: It's a cool looking machine that gets the job done right, when it comes to relatively inexpensive auto-drip coffee makers.
Cliff M 03.22.2009 Rating: 6.0
Product Reviewed: FMF
Bottom Line: Coffee tastes great but hate the carafe. In fact we would not buy another carafe. While not perfect we'll stick with glass.
Jon H (quality: 7.0) 02.20.2006 Rating: 5.8
Product Reviewed: FMF4
Bottom Line: There are lots of shortcomings on the FMF4, but it does brew a mean cup of coffee. Does the price, poor design make up for it? I'm still debating that over a mug.
Kenny D (quality: 6.0) 04.19.2005 Rating: 3.8
Product Reviewed: FMF-4
Bottom Line: For the money, you'll be dissapointed in this one!
Lee Beekman (quality: 6.5) 07.03.2007 Rating: 2.8
Product Reviewed: FMF 5
Bottom Line: Krups bad, vendor good.
Lisa Falleroni 06.25.2006 Rating: 8.0
Product Reviewed: FMF4
Bottom Line: Cup after cup after Krups  =0)
R G (quality: 6.0) 01.02.2009 Rating: 4.0
Product Reviewed: FMF5
Bottom Line: Forty Nine dollars for coffee that tastes and smells like plastic for a week and starts leaking at three weeks. Two good weeks.
Roger Scanlon (quality: 7.0) 09.19.2008 Rating: 7.4
Product Reviewed: FMF5 Thermal
Bottom Line: Solid, well-built maker that should last for years.
S M (quality: 8.5) 05.25.2006 Rating: 6.6
Product Reviewed: FMF5
Bottom Line: Easy to use, looks good, makes good coffee, brews fairly hot, but really stinks - literally!
Shane VanCaeseele (quality: 9.5) 12.18.2006 Rating: 7.0
Product Reviewed: FMF 5
Bottom Line: Brews coffee right, with a high temperature and good water dispersion. Easy to use, but not very durable, so take care when operating.  Highly Recommended if you put quality coffee above all else (in the auto-drip catagory of course.)
Sue Kovacs-Argento 12.26.2007 Rating: 4.4
Product Reviewed: FMF5
Bottom Line: Awesome coffee 1st 3 months & when fresh. If you drink the whole pot quickly, not a bad machine; move on if you don't. Disappointed that this machine goes down hill the longer you own it.
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