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While other coffee makers can make great coffee, Capresso coffee makers seem to do it with amazing consistency. Though they make a great line of espresso machines, it is the line of Capresso coffee makers that draws such a loyal audience, with such thoughtful additions as built-in grinders, stainless steel linings and stunning design. They are so well respected, that many restaurants use Capresso coffee makers instead of commercial coffee machines. At the core of each of Capresso's products is the special grinding and brewing technology developed by the company. Capresso coffee makers can brew coffee extremely fast just a few minutes and you'll have 10 delicious cups. One of the reasons Capresso coffee makers are so prized is because they can heat the water to the magic 200-degree level, the temperature required to release the true flavors of the coffee beans. The other secret is the charcoal filtering system used for the water, resulting in crystal clear water without any odd flavors that can be passed on to the coffee. If you're not able to drink the 10 big cups of coffee brewed by your Capresso coffee makers, don't worry. These machines can hold your coffee at the perfect temperature for up to four hours before it automatically shuts off, figuring you've had enough for the day.
Finally, Capresso coffee makers are easy to set up and use. The LED screen instructions are clear and easy to follow. Plus, the design is both sophisticated and durable, fitting perfectly in any kitchen. This type of coffee maker is so easy to operate that even the most technologically impaired person can operate it. It has an illustrated LED screen that is very user friendly. If you are worried about its appearance, most Capresso coffee makers come in black and silver which both display an air of elegance and sophistication. The design goes with any kitchen design or decor. While Capresso coffee makers are the Cadillacs of the coffee world, you'll appreciate their quality and consistency, especially if you're a coffee connoisseur with discerning tastes.
- Alex Nikitin