What is Clubline Moccamaster?

What is Clubline Moccamaster?

Moccamaster Clubline KBGC982 Orange. High power, fast, quiet, metal housing and drip stop. Brews 10 cups in 6 minutes. The lime indicator tells you when it’s time for descaling. The auto shut-off feature turns the brewer off.

What’s the difference between Moccamaster models?

There are a few differences, though: While Moccamaster brews to temperature range of 196F to 205F, Bonavita brews slightly hotter at 200 to 205F. The Bonavita is sold as an 8-cup capacity, and the Moccamaster as a 10-cup capacity, however both coffee makers have a 40 oz water reservoir.

What does the V stand for in Moccamaster?

It’s main feature is a unique switch where you would normally find the hotplate temperature switch on other Moccamaster models. On the KBGV, this switch automatically adjusts the brewing parameters based on whether you’re brewing a half carafe or a full carafe of coffee. (The ‘V’ stands for volume.)

Is Moccamaster a good coffee maker?

The good The Technivorm Moccamaster KBT 741 brews excellent, sometimes outstanding pots of drip coffee 10 cups at a time. It also has a lovely, elegant design and keeps coffee hot for a full 6 hours. The bad The Moccamaster KBT 741 is very expensive and takes up a large amount of counter space.

What do you put in a Moccamaster coffee maker?

We offer a selection of accessories to enhance your morning routine, white paper coffee filters for clean, crisp coffee, and cleaning and descaling products you’ll need to keep your Moccamaster running smoothly for years to come.

Where does the Moccamaster glass carafe come from?

Moccamaster is hand-made using the finest materials and individually tested in the Netherlands by Technivorm, who have been making coffeebrewers since 1964.   The Moccamaster’s advanced brewing technique has earned certification from the Specialty Coffee Associations of America and Europe (SCAA & SCAE), as well as b

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