Coffee. The drink that makes the world go round. Drinkers of java have their own types of morning rituals around the stuff. Everybody makes it a little different. One thing is for sure-- we've all had a bad cup, and life is better when the stuff comes out right. So, it doesn't matter if you're downing that first caffeinated sip right out of bed or making your own decaf at home, a Black and Decker coffee maker can pour up a good brew in a reliable fashion.
Anyone can make a tasty cup of coffee with the right know-how. We've selected these coffee pots as some of the best designed, easy to use, and convenient options from Black + Decker. Not to mention, at under $40, these models are an affordable way to up the flavor of your morning joe.
Best Black + Decker Coffee Makers
If you're the sole coffee drinker in your family and you haven't converted to the Keurig life, you probably know the loneliness of making a pot of coffee that is too big. With the Single Serve coffee maker from B+D, waste no longer.
At $22, this brew coffeemaker is your everyday delivery of caffeine in compact form. There is a permanent filter for fresh coffee grounds, and this personal coffee maker is also compatible with the soft pod packs. Brew size is 16 oz. and a travel mug comes included. It's simple to use too, there are a single button and auto shut-off.
Has spending more time at home been the catalyst for you to start exploring new ways of making coffee? If so, then this 4-in-1 model of Black + Decker coffee makers is a great next step.
A removable filter basket allows you to practice the art of the pour-over. It's not espresso, but a 5 oz. cup can pack some brew strength. That component allows you to ditch paper filters and is dishwasher safe. Additionally, a larger 5-cup glass carafe has an ergonomic, non-spill, easy to clean design. All that for $30? You're on the way to being a budget barista.
The 12-cup Programmable Coffee Maker is the biggest volume coffee pot in stock at Black and Decker, and it's got all the bells and whistles (minus a built-in grinder). The stainless steel carafe has a dateless design with settings that brew your beverage right on time.
Use the Quicktouch buttons to program auto brew or automatic shut-off. This is a cup switch coffee maker meaning you can sneak-a-cup before the rest of the machine has finished brewing. Without a carafe plate, this model counts on the steel pot to keep hot (leaving those constantly goopy nonstick hot plates in the past). The pricing on this puppy is a cool $45.