Morphy Richards 162008 Pour Over Filter Coffee Maker, 1.8 Litre, 900 W – Black

September 23, 2017 - Comment

If you enjoy a great tasting cup of fresh coffee then the Morphy Richards 162008 is perfect for you. With a 1.8 litre capacity which can handle up to 12 cups in one go handy if you happen to be entertaining guests and an adjustable strength selector. A handy feature on the 162008 is a

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If you enjoy a great tasting cup of fresh coffee then the Morphy Richards 162008 is perfect for you. With a 1.8 litre capacity which can handle up to 12 cups in one go handy if you happen to be entertaining guests and an adjustable strength selector. A handy feature on the 162008 is a programmable timer which allows you set the timer and wake up with a fresh coffee every morning. The 162008 works with a pour over shower head that disperses the water over the coffee grounds, ensuring they are fully covered and maximum flavour can be extracted from the coffee beans to give the best tasting results. With a keep warm function where after the coffee machine has brewed a fresh carafe of coffee, it will keep it warm for up to 30 minutes. Morphy Richards has designed this coffee machine to a great modern looking appliance in a stunning black colour with a stylish LCD display making it suitable for any kitchen or office worktop and with non-slip feet to help avoid the coffee maker from moving about while in use.

Product Features

  • Programmable timer that allows you to wake up to a fresh coffee
  • Pour over technology shower head to create a fuller flavour
  • Reusable permanent cupcake filter to create a smoother flavour
  • 1.8 L capacity for up to 12 cups
  • Adjustable coffee strength selectors
  • Product Dimensions: 23 x 18.8 x 33.5 cm

Comments

EEEE says:

Not bad, but could be improved This machine makes good coffee and I’m pleased with it. Some reviewers have commented on the water measure inside not being very clear, but this doesn’t bother me as I measure the amount of water needed in the glass jug and pour it in from that. However I do have a couple of gripes about it. I’ve tried the strength settings on all three options and to be honest I can’t see much …. if any …. difference in the strength of the coffee. I just leave mine on the strongest setting. The other gripe is the same as most reviews on here …… the length of time the hotplate stays on. Mine only stays on for 20 minutes. I was wary about turning the machine on again to restart the process as I thought it would damage the element with no water in the reservoir. I’ve found though that the machine senses there is no water and switches to hotplate mode quite quickly. I’ve even done it when a small amount of coffee has gone cold and it does heat it up again. In saying that it’s still a nuisance…

Lillee says:

easy to use Neat coffee maker with simple instructions. Easy to fill with water and brews a good filter coffee.Downside, it doesn’t retain the heat in standby without remembering to press the ‘keep warm’ button, which lasts 25 min.On the coffee maker, the lid has twisted slightly after only a few uses, this stops the lid from clipping ‘shut’ without an extra push. Without this being sealed, steam escapes.The colour is rich and the glass jug is easy to pour.

Babs says:

IT’S GREAT The first coffee maker worked well but the clock did not keep time. I knew that I liked the item enough to exchange it for a perfect timekeeping one. It is very quiet and quick. Looks absolutely smart. My preference is to buy the correct cupcake type filter papers which is less messy. The step measurement inside the machine is not practical. However, a nice measuring jug at the ready solves that. I thank everyone which includes Morphy Richards in arranging for the lovely one I now have.

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