Kalorik CM25282
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$46.99 - $9,984.50
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Summary: This Kalorik 12-cup drip model has:
  • auto-shutoff
  • a measured capacity of 60 oz.
  • a cone-type filter.
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Type: 8- to 14-cup drip coffeemakers with carafe
About - Kalorik CM25282

The Kalorik CM25282 is part of the coffeemaker test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, drip coffeemaker models like the CM25282 are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.

Brew performance:
The ability to reach 195° to 205° F for five or six minutes, the industry standard for optimal brewing.

Reflects ease of filling the reservoir, placing the filter, gauging the amount of coffee remaining, and cleaning up. It also reflects how clear we judged the controls.

Carafe handling:
Covers handle comfort, tendency to drip while pouring, balance of a full carafe, and how easy it was to empty the last liquid. Models with no score here brew into single-serve cups or are brew-and-dispense models. The latter hold the coffee in a tank; you fill your cup by pressing it against the dispenser lever.
About This Brand

This Belgian brand also recently debuted in the US, and its contemporary designs are available through Target, Sam's Club, Bloomingdales, Amazon, and other online retailers. The brand offers models with and without grinders at various capacities (6 to 10 cups). Prices range from $25 to $270.

Features & Specs - Kalorik CM25282
info Programmable Yes
info Thermal carafe/mug No
info Small-batch setting No
info Brew-strength control No
info Dispenser-style No
info Dimensions H x W x D (in.) 15 x 9 x 12
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User Reviews - Kalorik CM25282
User Reviews
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Brews Quickly
Easy To Clean
Easy To Use
Limited Features
Ugly Design
Best Uses
This is a basic coffee maker, it doesn't even have a finished brewing signal. I bought it because of Consumer Reports results and I love red. It made good coffee, not great, but good. We drink coffee at breakfast only - 1 cup for me, 2 for my husband. My complaint is that after only 4 or 5 months, the hot plate burned out. It smelled like burning wiring. I expected more.
How long have you owned it:
Three-to-six months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Odd design and hard to fill
Large Pot
Hard To Clean
Long Brew Time
Ugly Design
Best Uses
After reading some reviews, I bought this coffee maker and there were two issues that made me return it. First, the reservoir opening is really very narrow, making it difficult to pour the water. Second, the carafe is hard to to pull out and put back onto the heating element.<br /><br />I'm staying with my Capresso MT-600.
How long have you owned it:
A month or less
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
consistent brewer; hard to clean
Large Pot
Stays Hot Well
Hard To Clean
Best Uses
Everyday use is 2-4 cups; more on weekends. A bit tough to fit the carafe into it's space and very hard to clean. The reservoir is really tricky to fill to the top as it's very narrow and wraps around the side of the machine. Programmable timer has worked well when used (which was rarely).
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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