OXO Brew 8 Cup Coffee Maker

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OXO Brew 8 Cup Coffee Maker Description

Durable, Easy-to-Use Coffee Maker with Exceptional Performance

OXO Brew 8 Cup Coffee Maker is the perfect choice for coffee aficionados looking for a reliable and easy-to-use machine. This durable, energy efficient device not only looks great but will keep producing delicious coffee drinks for years to come. The intuitive, one-touch operation also makes this coffee maker one of the simplest devices you may ever use. Whether you desire coffee for one or for an entire family, the OXO Brew 8 Cup Coffee Maker can handle all your needs.

Finest Coffee with Precision Temperature Control

Using the OXO Brew 8 Cup Coffee Maker, you can now achieve the perfect cup of coffee with precision temperature control. Thanks to the obverse screen LED timer, your coffee will always be brewing perfectly. Brewing temperature is also easily adjustable, allowing you to enjoy your favorite coffee blend without overly bitter results.

Brew Customized Amounts of Coffee with Perfect Results

The OXO Brew 8 Cup Coffee Maker allows you to brew customized amounts of coffee with each use. From 4, 6, 8, 10, or 12 cups of coffee, you can make the perfect amount every time. Plus, you’ll get great results no matter what. With the easy-to-read digital amount selector, you can quickly toggle the number of cups you’d like to brew with the touch of a button.

Easy-Clean Features Make It a Breeze to Clean Up

Let’s face it: cleaning up after making coffee can often be a challenge. That’s why OXO Brew 8 Cup Coffee Maker includes several easy-clean features. From its stainless steel-lined thermal carafe that uses a simple, twist-off lid to keep unwanted spills at bay to its mess-free showerhead that ensures that all of the coffee grounds get evenly drenched with water, cleanup is simply a breeze.

Features:

– Obverse Screen LED Timer
– Intuitive, one-touch operation
– Digital Amount Selector
– Stainless steel-lined Thermal Carafe
– Twist-Off Lid
– Mess-free showerhead
– PerfecTemp Technology
– Precision Temperature Control
– Energy Efficient
– Brew 4-12 Cups of Coffee

OXO Brew 8 Cup Coffee Maker Specification

Brand

OXO

Capacity

40 Fluid Ounces

Color

Black, ‎Stainless Steel

Product Dimensions

10.5"D x 13.5"W x 7"H

Special Feature

Thermal,Auto Clean Function

Coffee Maker Type

Vacuum Coffee Pot

Material

Stainless Steel

Filter Type

Paper

Style

Casual

Specific Uses For Product

Coffee

Included Components

Base, Carafe, 2 Baskets, Coffee Scoop, Rainmaker

Operation Mode

Manual

Wattage

1400 watts

Voltage

120 Volts

Model Name

OXO

Number of Items

1

Human Interface Input

Buttons

Package Type

Standard Packaging

Item Weight

9.63 pounds

Manufacturer

OXO

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

8718800

Date First Available

August 8, 2018

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OXO Brew 8 Cup Coffee Maker Reviews (8)

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  1. H J S

    I have been wanting this machine for a a long time, to see if I have been missing out on excellent coffee. Seems I haven’t.

    I am glad I read Bruce’s review, as I feel the same. I have had a Gevalia branded Hamilton Beach coffee maker for 7 or 8 years. It looks like this:
    Hamilton Beach Programmable Coffee Maker with 10 Cup Thermal Carafe, 3 Brewing Options, Auto Shutoff & Pause and Pour, Stainless Steel (46899R) https://a.co/d/6mRIhyx

    But it has a glass carafe and two extra buttons, one for warming tray temp and one for coffee strength. I keep it on High and Bold. The Bold setting does the bloom function, pre soaking the beans. It takes about 12 minutes for a pot, of which I usually make 32 oz, which says about 6 cups. I use one very slightly rounded traditional coffee scoop per 8 oz of water. It makes it the perfect strength and flavor for us. The power button is starting to fail, but has been perfect all this time.

    I used the same formula in this OXO, and the coffee is very weak and flavorless. It tastes just like Denny’s restaurant’s weak coffee.
    I have only made a few pots, and there is still a plasticky smell and taste to the coffee that, hopefully will disappear soon.

    I love the quality feel of this machine and the simplicity of it. I like the stainless carafe as my partner has Parkinson’s and am always afraid a shaking episode will break the glass carafe, or splash it, causing burns. This stainless carafe will certainly not break or splash!

    I will give it a couple of weeks to see how much extra coffee I will be having to use to make this one to make it brew coffee that tastes as good as my old one. With the price of good coffee, this OXO will be costing me a lot more money long term – like 25% to 50% more $$$ !!!

    I would hate to have to return it, and will be testing it with my favorite Lavazza beans next. Currently using Cameron’s Organic Sumatra beans that were given to me.

    Will update in a week or so.

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  2. Karrenola

    So after my beloved National brand coffee maker (which I bought off a guy leaving Japan three decades ago) finally died at age 30, I went through the hell of trying to find a simple coffee maker to do the same great job. Yup, it took another five years to find one after failing with several costly others. This one by OXO was rated by several people on the web so of course it’s easy to be skeptical, but one review convinced me to try it. Lo and behold…delicious coffee SO simple to make is BACK! Keeps the coffee HOT without burning it like my beloved National used to do, so it one upped it lol. Yeah it’s great, Alice. Worth every penny. Get one.

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  3. Madison Davis

    My husband and I have used this coffee maker for about a year now. (We got the coffee maker and grinder). It’s held up well and we have enjoyed it very much. It has a few quirks which may be a little annoying, but it doesn’t bother me too badly. Here are the quirks:
    – It’s very hard to find a reusable coffee filter that fits.
    – It’s almost impossible to get the last sip of coffee out of the carafe. It gets caught in the rim.
    – The logo and other white symbols on the grinder rub off after many uses.

    Other than those things, I don’t have any complaints. The maker is easy to use and makes a pretty good cup of coffee. It’s compact and looks good on the countertop. I like to buy locally roasted coffee, and when I’m wanting a perfect cup of black coffee, I’ll use my French press. The French press does a better job at bringing the best out of good coffee. But for most mornings, when I want a good cup without a lot of effort, this coffee maker does the job.

    For those of you in search of a reusable coffee filter, here’s the one I use. The NRP 12-14cup Permanent Coffee Filter: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08F4YKRHJ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 (Though, I should say that it’s been almost a year since I bought this filter, so I’m not sure if the listing has changed at all).

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  4. Can Con (Canadian Consumer)

    OXO 8 Cup Coffee Maker Review update

    We have now had the unit for about two weeks and as a result I can give a more complete review.

    The unit is a smaller coffee maker, unlike many other more conventional home brewers. It is able to brew anywhere from two to eight coffee industry standard 5 ounce cups, or 40 fluid ounces in total. I point this out as the Amazon description still lists it as making 64 fluid ounces. I sent in a note to Amazon about correcting that mistake but nothing has changed yet.

    Interface:
    – The interface is uncluttered and intuitive, with none of the stuff I don’t want.
    – It has only 4 buttons: Power, 2-4 cups, 5-8 cups, Clean.
    – No unnecessary clock or timer functions.
    – Two brew baskets: the standard “main” basket and an insert for making lesser amounts
    – The base has a recessed pedestal which can be flipped over to lift a mug up when brewing directly into the mug

    Usage:
    – I have now used all options for making a brew:
    – 2-4 cups setting into both a pot and a mug, 5-8 cups into a pot.
    – Water comes in hot and FAST. Initial bloom phase (flow then pause) lasts about 30 seconds to a minute.
    – Coffee is ready in 7 minutes or less, depending on amount being made.
    – No spills or leaks seen at any time.
    – A few small drips and spatters when making the brew into a mug. Use a tall mug. Note: the included pedestal is your friend here. Make use of it.
    – Coffee is hot. The pot keeps it between low 170s and mid 180s (°F) for at least an hour.

    Quality of brew:
    – Flavourful, especially at the larger volumes (5-8 cups).
    – Flavour intensifies as it cools. This was expected.

    A note on the coffee grind & amount:
    – Grind:
    – Medium, i.e. use as directed by the manual to start.
    – Too coarse or not enough coffee and the flavour will be thin.
    – Too fine or too much coffee and the resulting brew might be over extracted. It might even clog. See note on water flow above. I never saw this happen but I suppose it is possible.

    – Amount:
    – Use as directed (~ 8 gm / 5 oz cup) for larger amounts to start.
    – Use slightly more for lesser amounts (2-4 cups), especially when brewing into a mug (~ 2 cups).

    Once you’ve played with it for a while, I have no doubt the sweet spot will be found for your favourite coffee beans and the amount of coffee you like to make.

    The one feature I have yet to use is the “Clean” function. That won’t be for another two months or so, given our use of the brewer.

    All in all, a great coffee maker, well worth the price of admission.

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  5. :)

    Prepara rapidísimo el café. (menos de 4 minutos para 6 tazas)
    Además, ahorra energía con su jarra, pues conserva el calor por más de dos horas…

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  6. CSpaR

    I’ve been using this one for a while now so here’s my impressions.

    Makes a good hot cup of coffee for sure. There’s a lot at play to make good coffee. Timing, water temp, water quality, grinds, etc… I really like this machine’s ease of use. Simple on/off and 2-4 cups or 4-8(?) cups. We use the additional grey cone for our normal morning two 10oz cups of coffee. It comes out plenty hot for me. A drop on my hand as I’m moving stuff around seems hot enough lol.

    The maker is a more simple design, which does look good. Not large or imposing like it’s bigger brother. Coming from a Cuisinart that had a lot of plastic and was heavier, solid, and durable feeling. Even the brew basket door was 3 layers and very solid. The brew and water reservoir doors on this OXO are much thinner and bend a bit. Not like a cheap feel, just not heavy solid feeling.

    Simple dump of water and it makes as much coffee as water you added into it. My old coffee maker had a water reservoir that was very difficult to clean. This one is very easy. Leave the water lid open after coffee finishes being made, then it will allow the excess steam to escape, just about drying the remaining water out. The water head is nicely placed with enough holes to saturate the coffee grinds well, which it does. However, this piece is very thin plastic. An area of this brewer that they must have thought doesnt need to be thick and sturdy. Might not really matter. I will just have to be careful when cleaning it.

    You can brew into the carafe or your own mug, which we do a lot. It works well. Down side is that you must remember to manually move the lever in the brew basket front to allow the coffee to move through the basket and into the cup. If not, hot liquid coffee will spill out over onto your counter, etc… The carafe is very nice and solid with good insulation. However ,the design doesnt allow of all of the coffee to be poured out… or even vigorously shaken out either. It’s not much, but enough. Maybe an ounce or two? I let it sit on a drying mat for a couple days… water was still in there.

    Paper filters are easy to find most retailers and on line. If I remember, the smaller grey basket for 2-4 cups needed one that is not as easy to find, cheaply any way. I just use #2 or #4 paper and fold the bottom seam seal over. Push down into the basket and youre good to go.

    Over all, great machine a this price. Simple to use, can do single mugs up to a whole carafe. Good hot coffee comes out. What else did you want? It has some very minor issues that I really dont care much about.

    I would buy this one again.

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  7. Krash

    I had to get a new coffee maker as my older one packed it in! The old one had such a small opening for the carafe, it was impossible to clean it properly and I really wanted one that I could clean easily. Plus, I didn’t want to spend 300 or 400 bucks either! I had read the reviews of the Oxo brand and my sister has the model above this one and loves it. I didn’t need the clock etc so I looked at this model and read the reviews. For the most part, the reviews were good, except for the repeated mention of the coffee not being really hot and not staying hot.
    I bought it, thinking I’ll give it try. And it makes great tasting coffee, but the comments about the coffee not being hot, are correct. It is hot, but not to the point where you have to let it cool before sipping. And it does cool quickly. Not sure why that is, considering the carafe is a thermal carafe. So, it has to be the heating of the water to make the coffee. Its not a deal breaker for me, but I can see that it would be for most people. Plus the price was at my limit for spending it on a coffee maker, so I will keep this.

    ****Update I’m not loving this coffee maker. When the “clean” light came on, it took multiple full fills to rinse it. Like 4 or 5!! Which is ridiculous and apparently happens frequently as all the reviews I read about this, buyers were all saying how they do multiple rinses etc and the clean light just stayed on!!! I was just about ready to pack it up and send it to Oxo, telling them this one is faulty. But after the 5th rinse, the clean light finally went out!!!
    Also, the quality of the coffee, using the amount of coffee that they suggest, to make a couple of cups, is weak and doesn’t stay hot in a stainless steel carafe!!! What’s up with that??? Its a thermal carafe and the coffee should stay hot longer than a half hour after its made! Really? 30 mins isn’t long!! My old Zojirushi kept the coffee hot for hours!!

    Very disappointed in this Oxo coffeemaker. I will be looking for something else and now I’m going to end up paying twice for it. Very disappointing….my recommendation is now, don’t buy this. Between the weirdo cleaning mode and barely warm coffee in the carafe after its made, I wouldn’t buy it today.

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  8. SDB

    The main reason I purchased this coffee maker was because it brews a Gold-standard pot of coffee and is certified by the Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) as well as other reputable rating associations, and they are absolutely correct.

    The OXO 8 cup does make an excellent pot of coffee and it runs quietly, that’s important if your a shift worker or need to get up before everyone else.

    There is a barely audible beep that lets you know when it’s ready, not loud enough to disturb other sleepers.

    The insulated carafe keeps the coffee hot and looks good enough to put right on the breakfast table, no trivet required.

    The optional single serve has a special basket that lets you brew directly into a TALL travel mug which is a definite bonus.

    Overall it’s a well made machine with attention paid to details such as a tiny trough, just below the water reservoir lid, to direct condensed moisture into the brewing basket.

    Yes – I would recommend the OXO 8 cup for it’s quality and reasonable price.

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