Ninja Coffee Bar - Your Choice
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Condition: Factory Reconditioned
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[MOD: This is for the glass carafe.]
These two models don’t come with permanent filters. Even though mine comes with a permanent filter at times I use a paper filter and it works fine.
I have the glass model. I love it. I also don’t use the included basket. Too hard to clean. I just use the paper ones from the supermarket.
Personally though, I wish I got the other one so it stays hotter longer.
Considering what they go for brand new, this is pretty good.
What kind of filter does it take? Did I miss that in the description?
Who cares about the filters does it really make the coffee taste better than a regular coffee maker is the big question.
I just got this for my fiance, he loves it. It’s really good for cold brew and espresso shots (it’s not the same as an espresso machine, but it’s really good.) I paid $40 more than this for new, but I still think it will end up saving money over him going to Starbucks for iced coffee 2-3 times a week. This is a great buy!
What is the warranty?
This is the best deal I’ve seen anywhere (previous best was $100 from Kohl’s).
Glass or Metal? I know glass is preferred since metal can impart a flavor, but the most commkn issue with this is people say it doesn’t stay hot which the metal one would help.
Looks like 90 day work warranty
Thanks, I looked all over and couldn’t find it.
What’s the difference between the Z and this REF model?
I do have one of these (glass), and it makes great coffee. I have been using it for a year now. I always use the “rich brew” setting. The coffee seems to have more flavor than my Cuisinart coffee maker I used before. I now like to brew it directly into travel mugs, since my wife and I like different roasts. Mine came with a permanent filter, but I agree with the above comment it is a pain to clean and I use paper filters instead.
We have also had one of these for over a year and it is great. Much more reliable than the Keurig (x5) that it replaced.
I have been using the thermal version for several months. Pros: aesthetically pleasing. keeps the coffee hot, longer. simple to use. Cons: i brew Seattle’s best #5 and the last cup or so is undrinkable. the included copper filter just doesn’t work well. i’ve not tried it with the paper filter, but based on all of the comments, i definitely will
I have been using the thermal version for about a year and absolutely love it. We ended up putting the Keurig back in the box. The only downside with the thermal version is that you cannot see if any coffee is left in the pot. I have brewed a couple of pots that have unfortunately overflowed.
Does it come with Sofia Vergara?
Hi! Mr. Skunk at the garden party here.
Did you know that the original size to make 6 cups of coffee in the cone filter is a #6, not #4?
If you buy a 6-8 cup maker, it should take a #6, but it won’t. The size, dispersion of the the water, etc., is compromised when you use a #4 to make more than a couple of cups.
The only #6 I see is the Melitta manual pour-over, which is what I use.