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Electric Coffee Makers


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									Electric Coffee Makers

There are many types of coffee maker available on the market today. When
most people think of a coffee maker, they think of an electric coffee
maker. This means the coffee maker is plugged into an outlet and is
powered with electricity. This is the most common way to power your
coffee maker because of its simplicity. You just plug it in, add water
and coffee, and push start. This is much easier than the older vacuum
and stove top coffee makers from years past.

It can be hard to imagine not using an electric coffee maker. Many of us
have grown up with them not knowing how hard it was to make coffee long
ago. It used to take a lot of time to stand there by the stove and watch
your coffee brew and make sure everything was going right. Lucky for us,
we just have to push start and wait. The electricity heats the heating
element which is in the water container. The water is heated to a
specified temperature and then by gravity or a pump pushes the water over
the ground coffee. The result is a nice, easy cup of coffee. This has a
great advantage over stove top coffee makers as you don't have to worry
about your coffee being too cold or so hot it takes the skin off of your
tongue. Electric coffee makers don't use a ton of electricity so you
won't even notice a change in your utility bills.

Electric coffee makers come in many different varieties. There is
everything from a single cup coffee maker to a restaurant grade coffee
maker that produces gallons at a time. By using electricity to heat the
water, you are guaranteed the same temperature coffee every single time.
Electric coffee makers also allow you to set a time for coffee to be
brewed. This is handy for those of us on a tight schedule and don't want
to waste time messing with the coffee maker in the morning. Simply set
it up the night before and it will start your coffee before you even wake

Expensive models come with all sorts of special features. There are some
that only brew one cup at a time but use special pods of high quality
coffee and might even top them off with foam. Other models can have
built in grinders, a storage area for extra coffee and water, or be
combination machines that make espresso and cappuccino as well as normal
coffee. You have so many options available, you really need to choose
the coffee maker that is right for you. If you have a lot of coffee
drinkers in your home, you might pick a large one. If you live alone, a
single cup maker might be perfect.

You can find electric coffee makers pretty much everywhere. Every store
that carries a coffee maker will have 99% electric coffee makers.
Occasionally they will have some that don't use electricity, but these
are either for professional coffee makers or campers.

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