Technivorm Moccamaster KBS Coffee Maker
Technivorm Moccamaster KBS Coffee Maker
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The key to making a good cup of coffee is time and temperature. Thanks to extensive research and testing, the folks over at Technivorm have created a device for both Read More

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Lokerz87
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Dec 8, 2019
New drop user here. Do you know if the estimate ship date of 12/27 is accurate?
RayF
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Nov 29, 2019
Proving once again, no question is too complex for the internet!
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DrCherry
10
Nov 29, 2019
I got a Technivorm about 15 years ago and besides replacing a carafe or two it's been perfect. I did disable the feature that stops the water exiting the basket after a few mishaps. It's a feature I never used.
lfkerby
7
Jan 15, 2020
I too have had one of these for over 15 years, still makes great coffee everyday. Mine is still all original, including the carafe, but I'm starting to think about picking up a backup just in case.
justwatchin
49
Nov 29, 2019
Might just go for it. Seems like a good way to try Technivorm. This of course is likely an unpopular model, hence it’s here for $37 less than currently on Amazon. Can anybody share how the warranty works — will the manufacturer honor it?
The warranty is covered. These machines are coming direct from Technivorm.
justwatchin
49
Dec 1, 2019
Thanks!.
vtutman
0
Aug 24, 2019
I received this make about a month ago - love it BUT have a concern with the temp of freshly brewed pot. The coffee is only "warm" when it finishes brewing. I have to place my cup in the microwave for 30 secs to get it hotter. I know the freshly brewed pot is "below the brewing spec temps" (195 - 205 degrees) because the hot plate warmer "keeps the coffee at 185 degrees." When I go for my second cup, it is much hotter than the 1st cup that is freshly brewed. This makes me think my "brew temp" is way below 185 degrees, maybe only 160 degrees? This is why I always have to "shock the cup for 30 sec" in my microwave - to heat the coffee to the temp that my 2nd cup usually is after sitting on the hot plate for 20 mins or so. Is there a way to "turn up the heat" when it brews or should I seek a replacement from Drop or manufacturer?
Nightf0xx
43
Dec 4, 2019
This is a problem caused by the type of water you are using. More than likely you have damaged the heating element already.
ChevyChase
9
Dec 4, 2019
Im using filtered water and I de calcify every other month. In the intervening months I run the blue cleaning agent. I may be exaggerating the temperature issue. Its not cold, but its not McDonald’s scalding hot either.
habscout
0
Jun 19, 2019
I missed this one, but I clicked on Requested, so hopefully I will get a 2nd chance. Has anyone here had this happen then was able to buy it later?
kansaskid
1
Jun 26, 2019
Don't worry I am sure it will come back up again. This was 3rd time I saw this drop happen and finally pulled the trigger this time. Now still seating through the torture waiting for it to ship.
bananaquit
11
Jun 18, 2019
The "s" in the model name is for small coffee volume (only 32 oz). I would bite on the larger glass or thermal option.
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Jsk0703
2
Jun 15, 2019
I have the other model with the stainless carafe that's 5+ years but still running strong. But can attest to the build quality and improvement to the taste of the coffee. This can be attributed to the fact that Technivorm heats to the ideal temperature for flavor extraction. Would totally jump on this price if I needed a new machine even with the glass carafe. I drink so much coffee that it rarely has time to sit and get cold. FWIW, the stainless carafe has it's own drawback and that is the seal. No matter how much you tighten it still loses temperature and occasionally has a low pitch squeal as pressure is released. Some have found replacing it with a gasket to do the trick. Just FYI. Technivorm may have corrected this in the newer models.
DaMaDo
5
Jun 15, 2019
I'll wait for the KBG or KBT drop. Hopefully that's coming.
CFDB
3
Jun 15, 2019
I own this model and love it, zero complaints.
csahl
0
Jun 17, 2019
CFDB, can you make a half pot with this model and not affect the coffee flavor?
CFDB
3
Jun 18, 2019
yes, the fliter basket has three settings. Closed, half open, and full open. For smaller brew volume set the the fliter basket to half open and use the required amount of coffee for the volume of water.
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