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Mr. Coffee FTTX95
 
Price range:
$38.00 - $64.99
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Summary: This Mr. Coffee 10-cup drip model has:
  • auto-shutoff
  • a water filter
  • a measured capacity of 49 oz.
  • a cupcake-type filter.
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Type: 8- to 14-cup drip coffeemakers with carafe
About - Mr. Coffee FTTX95

The Mr. Coffee FTTX95 is part of the coffeemaker test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, drip coffeemaker models like the FTTX95 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.

Convenience:
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 familiar brand has the largest market share. Mr. Coffee offers an extremely wide range and variety of products, from single serve and grind-and-brew to various capacity drip models with glass and thermal carafes. Its coffeemakers are sold in almost all retail channels and range from lower to upper mid-priced categories. Prices range fro $15 to $200.

Features & Specs - Mr. Coffee FTTX95
info Programmable Yes
info Thermal carafe/mug Yes
info Small-batch setting No
info Brew-strength control Yes
info Dispenser-style No
info Dimensions H x W x D (in.) 14 x 8 x 14
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User Reviews - Mr. Coffee FTTX95
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2.0
Difficult pouring
12/17/2012
Pros
Easy To Clean
Easy To Use
Stylish
Cons
Pouring Feature Difficult
Best Uses
Comment:
Just purchased and took it home. Once assembled, I made my first pot of coffee and when it came time to pour I became aware of one feature that has caused me to rethink this purchase. The Carafe has a sealed pour spout that requires the user to really mash down on a thumb lever that unseats the large O-ring and allows for pouring. If I decide to keep this Coffee pot I will have to remove the lid to pour because of the inefficient design of that 'dang' thumb button. Seriously difficult to pour a cup.
How long have you owned it:
A month or less
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
 
2.0
Frustrating
2/18/2012
Pros
Durable
Stainless steel carafe
Stylish
Cons
Coffee Doesn't Stay Hot
Inconsistent flavor
Terrible lid design
Best Uses
Everyday
Comment:
I drink about 2-3 cups of coffee every day, and this has been one of the more frustrating coffee makers I've owned. I cannot get a consistently good brew from day to day, and the coffee does not stay hot for very long. It seems to leave some of the grounds dry when I've noticed a particularly weak batch. <br />I, like many of the other reviewers here, also hate the lid design for pouring. I solved it by using my forefinger instead of my thumb to depress the button. It's a bit awkward at first, but it works. However, I would think a company with 'Coffee' in its name could a much better job designing a carafe that pours without giving you carpal tunnel syndrome! I can't for the life of me imagine how they let this lid design make it off the drawing board.
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
 
1.0
Too many problems...Too much effort...
5/2/2011
Pros
Brews Quickly
Stylish
Cons
Carafe leaks
Coffee Doesn't Stay Hot
Filter basket displaces
Hard To Clean
Best Uses
Target for shotgun
Comment:
The seam between the plastic top and stainless base leaks...both while brewing and while pouring coffee (drippy mess nuisance). The push-to-pour button is poorly designed and almost requires two hands to make it pour quickly. After you have filled the unit with fresh water, placed the basket/filter/ground-coffee assembly in place, and closed the lid, the act of placing the carafe in the unit can sometimes dispace the filter basket upward (un-noticed under the lid), thereby fully or partially closing the basket's interupt valve without you seeing it happen. When you set the unit for a delayed brew the basket fills up with water and grounds causing the partially brewed coffee and grounds to overflow its top. You then wake up at best to a carafe full of coffee and grounds and/or at worst to a counter top covered in coffee grounds and leaked coffee (if the grounds plugged the entrance to the carafe).
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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