We have talked about BUNN’s Velocity Brew machines when we compared the Velocity ST vs. BT in a previous post. All Velocity Brew machines have the same features and use the same methods for brewing a pot of coffee. The differences between each model are almost unmentionable, but to help you understand best, we’ll be talking in detail about the difference between Velocity GRB and Velocity BXB.
Features of the BUNN Velocity Brew, GRB and BXB:
Both models have the same following features:
- Brews up to 10 cups, 4 cups minimum, in 3 to 4 minutes.
- Uses sprayhead brewing method (similar to pour-over) to fully saturate beans and extract even flavors.
- Stainless steel internal water tank, keeps the water heated at optimal temperature of 200F degrees.
- Porcelain plated warming plate.
- Glass carafe included.
So What’s The Difference Between the GRB and BXB?
The difference is purely in the design and not the function. If you look at the photo carefully, you’ll notice the water tank at the back on the BXB is rounded and in silver, while on the GRB it’s sqaure-ish and black. That does not affect its function at all, internally, both are stainless steel. So the difference is mainly aesthetic.
Okay, Is There a Difference Between The Velocity Brew GRB/BXB and ST/BT?
The difference here would be:
- The ST and BT models have thermal stainless steel carafes.
- The GRB and BXB have glass carafes.
Feature wise, all models are the same.