Cuisinart DCC-2650 vs. DCC-2600 vs. DCC-1200 Brew Central Coffee Maker Comparison
Cuisinart’s Brew Central coffee makers are definitely great in what they do, but when it comes to buying one, you’re most likely to get confused over the difference between them. In this post, we’ll talk about two Brew Central models, the DCC-2650 and DCC-1200 and how they compare to each other.
Cuisinart DCC-2650 vs. DCC-1200, What Is The Difference?
|Title||Cuisinart DCC-1200 Brew Central 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker, Black/Brushed Metal||Cuisinart DCC-2650 Brew Central 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker|
|Feature||Classic brushed metal design with a 12-Cup carafe with ergonomic handle for comfortable, dripless pouring|
Brew pause feature lets you enjoy a cup of coffee before brewing has finished. Adjustable heater plate (low, medium, high) ensures that your coffee stays at the temperature you like best
24-hour advance brew start, programmable auto shutoff from 0 to 4 hours plus a 1- to 4-Cup feature when making less than 5 cups
Includes: Charcoal water filter and permanent gold tone filter that ensures only the freshest coffee flavor flows through. Measuring scoop. Instruction book
Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
|12-cup carafe with ergonomic handle, dripless spout and knuckle guard|
Fully automatic with 24-hour programmability, self-clean, 1-4 cup setting and adjustable auto-shutoff (0-4 hours)
Adjustable carafe temperature control with high, medium & low settings
Brew Pause feature lets you enjoy a cup of coffee before brewing is completed
Gold tone commercial style permanent filter, Charcoal water filter (removes impurities)
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- 12-cup coffee makers
- Ability to brew 1 to 4 cups.
- Brew pause feature allows you to pause the brewing process to enjoy a cup of coffee without waiting for the brew process to finish.
- Full automatic 24 hrs programmability. Auto on/off, digital clock.
- Adjustable carafe heating element temperature.
- Self cleaning option.
- Includes permanent gold tone filter and water filters.
- The DCC-2650 allows you adjust the strength of your brew from regular or bold. This option is not available in the DCC-1200.
- The DCC-2650 features Cuisinart’s Extreme Brew technology, which brews 25% faster.
Which Should I Buy? The DCC-2650 or DCC-1200?
As you can see, the difference is quite minor. The two coffee makers are almost identical except for the ability to select the strength of the brew on the DCC-2650, which basically means it will process the brew in a slower manner so it’s more bold in flavor. If you like your coffee strong, you’re most likely to appreciate this feature and the DCC-2650 should be your choice. Otherwise, the DCC-1200 should be just as good.
Cuisinart DCC-2600 vs. DCC2650, Is There a Difference?
The DCC-2600 is exactly like the DCC-2650 in every function, except for:
- The DCC-2600 brews 14 cups vs. 12 cups for the DCC-2650.
- The DCC-2600 does not feature the Extreme Brew feature for faster brewing process.
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