How many cups can this make? Is it programmable?
It’s a children’s toy, it doesn’t make coffee
Are you sure? It looks pretty legit to me
Just like home is a toy brand. Recent items by them for sale here included hotdog and hamburger sets with plastic food
Read description; states kids like fake coffee
I think I’ll buy one and if it doesn’t work I’ll just return it. I think coffee has way too much caffeine in it for kids to drink. Could try decaf I suppose.
It’s definitely a kids toy and doesn’t make actual coffee. It’s just a playset.
(Please note: I don’t work for Woot, I just volunteer to help out here on the forums.)
Wow, the loss of heritage - kids may nevermore learn to hold a teacup with their little finger stuck out… sigh. Getting over it, moving on…
@peaceetc, I think this person is just messing with you. It clearly says it’s for kids to make “pretend” coffee with.
Clearly, it can only brew decaf because the handle is orange. I’m sure caffeine is magically erased in all coffees brewed on this toy.
I have never drank coffee before, and don’t plan on it. Is this coffee maker for me, or should I look for something else?
No, this one is definitely for you. Grab it!
I find that hard to believe.
Why? I had one sip when I was a kid and that was enough for me. Don’t drink it.
People seem to think that I lie when I say that I’ve NEVER drank coffee.
What about sipped, slurped or dabbled?
That line reminds me of a line from a kids book.
…And then dude said, “You’re not doin’ it right!” — Loudermilk’s roommate, staring at the toy coffee maker
Hardly just like the one at home then… False advertising