Hamilton Beach 6-cup BrewStation Coffeemaker, 48274

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Hamilton Beach 6-cup BrewStation Coffeemaker, 48274
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Brew a perfect cup of coffee with the Hamilton Beach 48274 Brewstation. This 6 cup coffee maker has a digital clock which is programmable, and your coffee will be ready at a particular time that you set. You can use your favorite ground coffee. A built-in gentle warming heater ensures that even your last cup tastes just perfect. This digital coffee maker has a thermal insulator tank to hold your coffee, while you replace the carafe. It is designed with a one-hand dispensing system that eliminates the chances of pouring or spilling. It has a 2-hour automatic shutoff as an added safety feature. Featuring a compact design, it can fit in any kitchen or home office that has limited space. This Hamilton Brewstation is an added convenience to your kitchen.

Hamilton Beach 48274 Brewstation:

  • One-hand dispensing--no carafe, no pouring, no spills.
  • Programmable digital clock with automatic shutoff.
  • Coffee stays fresh longer.
  • Use your favorite ground coffee.
  • Never break another glass carafe.


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    Primary Color: Black
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Assembly Required: Y
    Model No.: 48274
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 4.87
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 13.0 x 7.0 x 10.5
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
    Origin of Components: USA or Imported
    Walmart No.: 1588079
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    Excellent Coffeemaker!
    3/16/2009

    Customer review by DerekinOKC

    5.0 stars by DerekinOKC

    Ok, in my family, I am the only one who drinks coffee. My wife does not. This coffee maker is perfect for myself. It allows me two full 14oz mugs of coffee without wasting an entire pot on just myself. Most 10-12 cup coffee makers don't do a good job of making smaller amounts of coffee for those of us that may have a single coffee drinker family. The coffee is either lukewarm or not strong enough when trying to make a smaller batch. My wife doesn't like coffee so I am stuck either getting an expensive single K-cup style coffee maker, pod maker or a 4-cup drip brewer. However, thanks to the Hamilton Beach 48274 Brew Station 6-Cup Coffeemaker, I can end my search for the perfect solution. The Brew Station makes an excellent, piping hot cup of coffee. It is said to be a 6-cup brewer and that may be the case for a regular 5oz mug. But for me, I use a 14oz mug and this brewer makes exactly two full mugs of coffee with none to spare. The coffee maker does an excellent job of keeping the coffee hot until needed, without continuously cooking the coffee or burning it. The programming is easy to use, and the overall design is simple enough once you get used to filling the water reservoir. I immediately ran three brewing cycles of just water once I opened the box and then made my first batch. There was no plastic taste or any other chemical taste to my coffee. Other reviews have stated their Brew Station leaked, but mine does not. There is a little plastic arm that swings out over the coffee ground basket which dispenses the water. I could see that if this arm was not swung out over the basket, it might leak out the back. Also, the actual dispensing mechanism might be another place for leakage if there are coffee grounds or some object stuck between the valve and gasket so be sure to make sure this area has no coffee grounds in it prior to using. Again, I have not had this problem and don't anticipate that I will as I am really careful to not get coffee grounds in the coffee reservoir and always make sure the arm is over the brewing basket. Others have mentioned that 8-12 cup filters don't fit this maker. The manual does not state which size filter to use either. I have found that 4-cup filters are a perfect fit for this maker and most likely what Hamilton Beach intended. Walmart sells 200 of these filters for around one dollar. If they aren't on the coffee aisle at Walmart, then check where the coffee makers themselves are sold as Walmart tends to sell things in multiple locations inside a store. Overall, I am very pleased with this maker especially considering the price.

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    DerekinOKC
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    I have been reading these reviews!
    9/2/2010

    Customer review by 07FXDC

    4.0 stars by 07FXDC

    After reading through most of these reviews I would like to make the following points: A standard "cup" of coffee is 5 oz. The generic 4-cup filters fit this basket perfectly. It says right on the box that the mug isn't included. There are "stepped" markings on the back of the reservoir for 2, 4 and 6 cups. No brainer. I have been enjoying mine for about a week now with zero problems. Could I suggest a few improvements? Sure, but what can I expect for $17. This is a great product for the money.

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    07FXDC
    Elgin, TX
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    Best Coffee Maker Ever Owned!!!
    7/20/2009

    Customer review by NC1313

    5.0 stars by NC1313

    I am one who would be referred to as a "coffeeholic" -: I looooove my coffee. So you can trust the title of this review from someone who has owned numerous and various coffee makers throughout my life. This little number is my absolute FAVORITE! Esthetically, it is sleek, compact (nice small footprint) and fits nicely on my countertop. The digital readout is clear and easy to read. From a functionality perspective, it brews 6 cups of coffee in a matter of minutes. I love how you add the water, being able to remove the basket so no grounds ever go into the water (we've all had that happen more than once!!). It's also great how the coffee is held in a separate resevoir (sp?) that keeps it nice and hot, with NEVER a "burned" taste! The programming feature is of course awesome. We coffeeholics love to have our coffee waiting for us the very minute we get out of bed! The dispensing lever that you push against to fill your cup is smooth and flawless - most importantly with NO DRIPPING!! This is the first coffee maker I have owned that does not drip! It is truly "one hand" operation when filling your cup. The two hour auto shut off is an added bonus - you never have to worry if you've shut it off and might burn the house down (-: (we've all done that too!) The other bonus is the price. Hamilton Beach has priced this product very reasonably for everything it has to offer - Thanks Hamilton Beach!! I highly recommend this product and will never own any other coffee maker. Buy it, you can thank me later!

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    NC1313
    Cary, North Carolina
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
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    by eirego 4/11/2011
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    • A. Thank you for your question. Yes, you may make less then 6 cup of coffee in this unit.
      by HBBrandsCustomerService12/3/2014
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    • A. We have no problem making a smaller batch...but it seems that 1 cup is only 5 or 6 oz. so we find that a full pot does us right for 2 16 oz. cups of coffee. Good luck!
      by Allaboutmyson612/28/2014
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    • A. Sure, you put in the amount of water and coffee for the number of cups you want and it brews it.
      by Superbuyer12/9/2011
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    • A. Yes,you can make less than six cups, i only make two at a time just for myself.
      by packrat65712/9/2011
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    • A. Yes, there's a measuring line in the reservoir on the inside, but if you really want two standard mugs of coffee, I would fill it to the four cup line.
      by PCManiac12/3/2014
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    • A. It's called a 6 cup maker but in reality it only makes two average sized coffee mugs. 20oz to be exact.
      by EmConMel12/28/2014
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    • A. Yes, you can put up to six cups of water, but there is no minimum required amount.
      by jugoloco12/16/2011
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    • A. Yes! I fill it up to the four cup level and add 3 tablespoons of coffee. Perfect!
      by Lichan61912/9/2011
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    • A. yes, just like a regular coffee maker you can put in as much water for as many cups as you want (up to 6 of course)
      by coffeepotbuyer1/2/2012
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    • A. yes I make 4 cups
      by hippie605/1/2011
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    I want to know how to dispense coffee with this coffeemaker, i.e. is it done in an electrical way (like pressing a button to set on some switch to start dispensing) or a mechanical way (like pressing a button to move some lever to start dispensing )?
    by an anonymous customer 2/23/2011
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    • A. Thank you for your question. The dispensing mechanism operates by pressing the dispensing bar and a lever allows the coffee to be released from the the tank.
      by HBBrandsCustomerService11/15/2011
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    • A. You press a lever with your coffee mug and the coffee goes directly into your mug. Just like getting water out of the refrigerator door.
      by loveheels9/30/2011
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    • A. The coffee is gravity fed. The coffee sits in a reservoir above the spout and just dumps into your mug when the button is pushed.
      by EmConMel9/30/2011
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    • A. mechanical - you press your cup against a tab - kind of like a soda machine
      by coffeepotbuyer9/30/2011
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    • A. Just press the on button in front but even better you can program it for a certain and it will dispense on time.
      by hippie6012/3/2014
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    • A. it is mechanical, i.e. you push the cup against a button on the back of the cup area and it starts filling.
      by jjgags4/27/2011
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    • A. Mechanical.
      by LocoCoco4/21/2011
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    • A. It seems to be mechanical.
      by NoNoNoelle3/23/2011
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    • A. mechanical, u press your cup against the button under the spout and it pushes on a lever and dispenses coffee from the tank.
      by ngochuong3/12/2011
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    • A. It is the latter. When you press the bar with your cup, it moves a lever that releases the coffee. Like when you pour from a pot and place it back under the grounds and it resumes dripping.
      by batZion3/8/2011
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    by sailfastliveslow 1/8/2010
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    • A. For a full pot, I use four heaping tablespoons, give or take. I like my coffee not strong but a little robust. The coffee I use is Dunkin Donut coffee, original blend.
      by Zero691/14/2015
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    • A. Uses 3 standard coffee scoop measures (about 6 tbsp).
      by Sylvester21/6/2012
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    • A. 1/cup
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    • A. I would say 6 tbsp since usually it takes 1 to 3/4 of a tbsp per cup. The brewstation makes six cups so that's why I say 6 tbsp. You could put a bit more for stronger coffee but then it might over flow.
      by hippie604/30/2011
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    • A. 5-6 Tbls would be the standard amount of grounds to use
      by jjgags4/27/2011
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    • A. I use one tablespoon per cup....so 6 tbs. fit easily with extra room.
      by 1SweetShopper22/16/2011
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    • A. It depends on how many cups you are making. They are talking about 6 smaller cups of coffee not large mugs. I use the same directions as on the can of coffee.
      by JerseyViews12/9/2010
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    • A. Manual says 5 tablespoons.Anymore could leak out and jam pour spout button causing leaks.
      by heifermoo12/6/2010
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    • A. A lot. I'm not sure exactly how man, but I measure in tablespoons (we like our coffee strong) and I have put in as much as 6 before. But it could hold a lot more. Probably 20 and up.
      by LL91212/2/2010
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    • A. you can fill a 4 cup filter to the top if you want to give yourself a heart attack....the space for grinds is plenty plus extra for the amount of coffee it brews....no worries on that
      by BernardSC12/29/2014
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