Daily Product Reviews Roundup: Brita Water Pitcher and the Cuisinart Grind And Brew

9 01 2010

Cuisinart Grind And Brew: Fresh As The Neighborhood Coffee Shop

When the aroma of freshly brewed coffee–from freshly ground beans–wafts into your bedroom in the morning, you won’t need your alarm clock. Preset this coffeemaker for your desired wake-up time, add coffee beans to the grinder, and in the morning the beans are ground to a medium grind and hot coffee awaits in the 10-cup stainless steel, double-wall insulated thermal carafe. You can also program the Cuisinart DGB-550BK Grind-and-Brew 12-Cup Automatic Coffeemaker to start brewing at the end of a dinner party to avoid having to get up from the table, or to have hot coffee waiting after a brisk winter walk.

The Cuisinart Grind And Brew Coffeemaker automatically grinds the beans right before brewing to produce a fresh and flavorful pot of coffee. Fully programmable with a stainless finish, this deluxe 12 cup coffeemaker will be right at home in any modern kitchen!

The included 60-ounce stainless carafe offers an ergonomic handle, knuckle guard, and dripless pour spout for graceful serving. Other highlights include adjustable auto shutoff for up to four hours, a grind-off option, a charcoal water filter to remove impurities, and a separate grinder chamber and filter area to ensure simple cleanup. Housed in elegant Italian styling.

Brita Water Pitcher: Filtration System Reduces Harmful Contaminants

The Brita Water Pitcher turns ordinary water into healthier, great-tasting drinking water without costing a fortune and without the waste of bottled water. With Brita’s advanced filtration process, you can enjoy water that’s free of harmful substances and unappealing chlorine taste. Despite its slim profile, this smartly designed pitcher has capacity of 48 ounces, making it perfect for the whole family.

With the Aqualux Water Pitcher, you and your family can enjoy clean, better-tasting water straight from the tap. The pitcher’s included Ion Exchange Resin filter acts as a magnet for impurities that are often found in tap water, such as lead, copper, mercury, cadmium, and zinc. The filter removes these impurities, reducing their potentially harmful effects. The filtering process also reduces that taste and odor of chlorine, thanks to a special sponge-like filtration system.

The end result is clean, better tasting water that is healthier for everyone. This is especially good news for children and pregnant or nursing women who are more susceptible to potential harm from lead and other impurities. Filters should be changed every 40 gallons or two months and are not intended for use with microbiologically unsafe water.




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