The Best Cheap Electric Coffee Makers
You asked for it, so here it is: Here is a list of the top 3 electric coffee makers that cost less than $25. There is a huge demand for cheap coffee makers, and to fill this demand, there is indeed a massive supply of these inexpensive machines to satisfy the masses. Some cheap coffee machines are absolute rubbish. Others can actually produce great quality coffee despite their low cost. This is a review of the best of the best machines according to customer satisfaction.
- Coming in at #1 is the Black & Decker Brew ‘n Go Personal Coffeemaker This little gem is perfect for making coffee for one. It brews the coffee into its own to-go travel mug, so you can just grab it and take off without another thought. It will even turn itself off if you forget. Toss in a built-in filter, which eliminates the need for those pesky paper filters, and you have one hell of a deal for $21.99
- At the second spot we have the Elite Cuisine 4-Cup Pause-’n-Serve Coffeemaker This is pretty much your basic, all-around coffee maker at a cheap price. It isn’t exactly chock full of features, but at $18.50 you can’t expect much. They did manage to toss in a nifty pause-n-serve function, which lets you stop the machine mid-brew and pour yourself a cup without coffee spilling out all over the heating disk. The folks at Elite Cuisine were even nice enough to throw in a free coffee scoop and a built-in filter too.
- At number three, I managed to find the absolute cheapest electric coffee maker that I could find. Now, you might be able to find a better one at a garage sale, or maybe your bank will toss one to you if you deposit $100,000 in a CD, but the Proctor Silex 12 Cup Coffeemaker
is as cheap as they come if you want to buy a new machine. Despite its low, low price, it actually boasts a few features that make it seem better than our #2 pick (but it didn’t have as good a customer rating). It can pump out a full 12 cups of coffee, which is large enough to energize a small army. This machine says it features a “unique hydro-clean system”, but I can’t figure out what that actually does. Maybe it cleans itself. I’ll have to get one to try it out. You will have to pick up a pack of disposable coffee filters to use in this one, as it doesn’t come with a built in filter.
There you have it folks, the top three electric coffee makers you can get your mitts on for less than $25. Enjoy!