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Hamilton Beach 2-Way Brewer Coffee Maker, Single-Serve and 12-Cup Pot, Stainless Steel (49980A), Carafe

  • ASIN: B00EI7DPPI
  • Dimension: 10.63 * 12.2 * 13.7 inches
  • WEIGHT: 10.06 Pounds
  • Quantity Left: 999

PKR Rs. 60,511.00 /-


For all the coffee drinkers and aficionados in search of an affordable, low maintenance coffee maker that can brew a basic or premium roast coffee in a fraction of the time and cost as the coffee house: Meet the Hamilton Beach 2-Way Brewer. Voltage 110 volts. The 2-Way Brewer unit will only brew one side at a time. For a particular preference, simply switch the lever left or right. Any soft pod coffee brand, available in the coffee aisle of your local grocery store, or any loose coffee grounds can be used. The 2-Way Brewer is not compatible with the K-Cup pack.

Specifications

Item Weight
10.06 pounds
Manufacturer
Hamilton Beach
ASIN
B00EI7DPPI
Item model number
49980A
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
No
Date First Available
August 6, 2013

For all the coffee drinkers and aficionados in search of an affordable, low maintenance coffee maker that can brew a basic or premium roast coffee in a fraction of the time and cost as the coffee house: Meet the Hamilton Beach 2-Way Brewer. Voltage 110 volts. The 2-Way Brewer unit will only brew one side at a time. For a particular preference, simply switch the lever left or right. Any soft pod coffee brand, available in the coffee aisle of your local grocery store, or any loose coffee grounds can be used. The 2-Way Brewer is not compatible with the K-Cup pack.

Jena
Rating:2.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on March 17, 2018

Review:We have had this coffee pot for less than a year. It's a great looking machine and I don't mind it being on my counter. In theory, it's also great for those times when you need a single cup vs. a pot. We found right away that the cup side was not for us. Perhaps it is the coffee we use (Costco brand) or the fact that it's a mesh filter, our coffee had a very dark later at the bottom of our cup and it really did taste dirty. Maybe there are paper filters for single cup, but we stopped using it altogether. The pot portion was just fine, as well, however, we had to clean this with vinegar more frequently than any pot I've ever had simply to get it to make a full pot within the two hours that the warmer stayed on. In fact, currently, we program it to start brewing at 4:30am so that when I get up at 5:30 am, I can have a cup of coffee. (It's at between 4-6 cups at that point.) NOBODY has time for that. It is also leaving two cups in the holding tank which won't come out. It's terrible and our new Bunn is coming tomorrow. Goodbye Hamilton Beach pot, we will not miss you. Read more

Stephen Chung
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 23, 2017

Review:The glass carafe broke near the handles on the first brew without any coffee grounds used. Second use the sides of the glass where nothing is touching started cracking. Read more

Liz
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on May 15, 2018

Review:This is by far the worst coffee maker we have ever purchased. After a month, the coffee still has a plastic taste. The manufacturer has recommendations on running through vinegar to remove the taste, so it's obviously an ongoing problem. It didn't work. Why not solve the problem before the consumer gets the product instead of them having to deal with it. Also, it brews single serve cups painfully slowly. We bought a Keurig and went back to that. Never a funny after taste, even right out of the box. Read more

S. Berg
Rating:3.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2018

Review:Well it lasted exactly 7 months. I purchased on December 21, 2017 and this morning it made it's last pot. Now it just won't brew. I loved this coffee maker, but I guess I expect a product to last longer than 7 stinking months. Not impressed. I'll update this review if I have any luck getting Hamilton Beach to stand by their product and replace it. If you're not seeing an update, they didn't care that they make products that can't even make it through the first year of normal use. UPDATE 7/30/2018: I did contact Hamilton Beach and based on previous reviewers I was very concerned they would make me pay money to return the broken coffee maker. I was pleasantly surprised that they opted to allow me to remove the cord as they described to make it safe for disposal and I just received the replacement maker today. I'm still a little concerned it might not last like I hope, but hoping all the negative reviews has prompted them to improve. I'll update this review if it ends up lasting or if it dies again like the first one. But for now I've upgraded from 1 to 3 stars b/c they did come through sending me a replacement without costing me extra money or effort. Read more

Paul
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 4, 2018

Review:After 4 months the water line that feeds the hot water onto the coffee grounds clogged up. We emailed Hamilton Beach and were told we needed to “brew” a pot of vinegar through the coffee making cycle. We did and it worked for about a week. Now we’re constantly having to do the vinegar wash about twice/week or the coffee maker doesn’t make coffee. We have since learned from researching the internet that this problem is very common for this product. It’s apparently a design flaw. I would not recommend that anyone buy this model coffee maker. Read more

adc.jdc.522
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on November 9, 2016

Review:So far so good! I received the coffee maker a few days ago and set it up in less than 5 minutes. It even came with a few paper filters for the carafe side so you don’t have to worry about having them on hand to start out. I brewed a full 12 cup carafe right away and it worked just as it said it would. No plastic taste to the coffee like other reviews have said. I programmed it so that it will brew a pot in the morning and that worked perfectly! I love waking up to fresh coffee and have the house smelling like a coffee shop! It is super easy to clean. The single serve filter and the carafe filter container as well as the carafe are all dishwasher safe, however I will probably wash them by hand just to be safe, I’ve read a lot of reviews about fragile carafes. With that said, my glass carafe was not damaged at all when it arrived. Amazon did a great job of packaging the product and I even received it in less time than I was supposed to. I ordered it around 3pm and received it the next day by 11am without paying for one day shipping! Gotta love Amazon! Lastly, the 2 hr automatic shut off is a wonder. I can leave the coffee on the warming plate without having to worry that I will forget to turn it off later. Overall this is a great coffee maker, I just hope it stands the test of time! Would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a coffee maker with single serve capabilities! Read more

Kathryn K. Sweet
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on June 19, 2017

Review:We have been using this daily for two months and I like this- hubby likes to brew a full pot and then store it for drinking over the next two days- I hate the taste of old coffee and thought my only hope was an expensive Keurig and then found this little dream machine that does both. Like that I can use my regular coffee on the single brew side- very intuitive to work- still have not really needed to use the manual but will need to for the cleaning that is due. Can make a single serve big cup (cup not included with mine) or a regular coffee mug size with the metal filter that has suggested amounts in bumps of the side of the filter. Has a nifty series of stacking rings to raise the cup to the correct height- not electronic just stack em and go. Take up about the same room our old coffee maker used to take- important in my small kitchen. All in all please with the purchase and hope it works for a long time. Read more

Ross Bateman
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in Canada on April 17, 2018

Review:For many years, the best-tasting and most flavourful coffee we ever made has been with our Drip-O-Lator, made by Enterprise Aluminum in Macon Georgia. We bought this for cottage-use a long time ago--when they were still being made--at Robinson's General Store in Dorset Ontario. Later, we bought another, and then, they disappeared from the market. It was very cheap to buy and is simple to use: Measure the amount of cups you want into the middle of three graduated marked canisters; pour the required amount of boiling water into the upper marked canister, and wait a bit until it dribbled through into the bottom part of the coffee pot. Later, we had it dribble directly into a thermos butler, rather than into the pot on the wood stove. When we could get it, we used fresh spring water gushing from a woodsy hillside outcrop. That is a perfect coffee, always, fresh-ground or pre-ground---either way. When our Cuisinart maker with the built-in grinder stared leaking all over the counter at home, I research all available options for a new one. We took a chance on this Hamilton Beach, with mostly(not all) good ratings noting its low price. This machine, in its first days of use, rivals the Drip-O-Lator in flavour and even in simplicity of use. I can't fathom the truthfulness of the critical reviews. The single-serve side is not messy, and the flavour is first rate. We bought the crinkly made-in-Canada basket for the multi-cup side, and the results are just the same on both sides, using Nabob Bold Full City Dark. This water is from a well, hydrogen peroxide treated and softened, but judging by the results, that seems perfectly fine. The Cuisinart never made compelling coffee, even in fresh-grind mode. The pre-heated urn never kept things warm and it was messy to pour in its necessarily upside-down position. The Hamilton Beach is very economical, seeming to deliver the same volume of brewed of coffee as the water that is poured in. Access to the water tank is convenient, and the graduated lines are very visible. The single-serve side takes a tiny bit of coffee grounds in the bottom of the stainless mesh basket, and then the amount of coffee you want to drink is poured into the upper chamber from the cup you'll be drinking it from. Finally, the machine has a name that's easy to pronounce and spell---this Chinese make (I guess) does not have a pretentious European name, like the other Chinese machines. The Cuisinart , even in fresh-grind mode, never made compelling coffee. At home, our Cuisinart coffee maker with Read more

Just me
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in Canada on June 1, 2018

Review:Bought this after my second Keurig brewer went on the fritz. I wasn't willing to pay another hundred-and-something dollars for a brewer that only brews expensive single cups and only lasts 2-3 years. This seemed in line with what I was after and the reviews were very positive -- not to mention, the price was right -- so I went for it. I've been using it every day for 2 weeks now and I've been very happy with it. It does NOT accept typical single-serve pods as a Keurig or similar brewer would, only "pads" which are essentially just individually-packaged grounds wrapped in a filter. This is actually fine, though, since these can be found here and there for about 25 cents each, which is a whole lot cheaper than the Keurig-compatible pods -- although selection is necessarily narrower, so if you're choosy about your coffee that might be a drawback. (Side note: teas are quite easy to find in this form factor and brew very nicely.) But that's where the built-in single-cup mesh filter and carafe side come in. You can use the grounds of your choice to make either single cups or any-size (up to 12 cup) pots -- and you can actually make a *strong* single cup, which is a neat trick that I like very much. It has a functional auto-brew setting and seems easy enough to clean. Very happy with my purchase. Highly recommended. Read more

Pooria Mousavi
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in Canada on June 13, 2018

Review:I normally don't write reviews but I have to for this one. I bought this coffee maker only because of its combined Single Serve Coffee Brewer. It failed me. The coffee brewed through this Single Serve Coffee Brewer is actually just a yellow/ brown water with disgusting taste. It literally passes hot water over the coffee with absolutely no soaking / retention time for actual brewing. I brew the same coffee grounds in the onboard pot maker and you get a relatively good coffee. I am not sure what the warranty policy is on this equipment but I would like to have it returned. Read more

Rosemary Smith
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in Canada on February 17, 2018

Review:Love that it has a single serve side! Shuts off once it finished brewing too! I purchased a frother and I’ve made my favorite ” Pumpkin Pie Spice Latte’s” Love that it has 2 brew cycles as well... regular or bold brew. We have X-large coffee mugs and it comes quite close to filling them to the top( 14 ounce of water maximum for the single serve side)Nice looking on my countertop too. Worth the money I paid. Great 5 yr. warranty!! Read more

Vanessa
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in Canada on February 3, 2019

Review:UPDATE: “bold” option now turns itself off after starting the perk so no coffee is so weak it is not even technically coffee....would not buy again. Makes great coffee but is a bit difficult to clean. Also takes a very long time to make the pot of coffee compared to my previous coffee makers. Looks nice enough and I enjoy having the single cup option without wasteful k cups. I love that it doesn’t beep, is pre-programmable. Does not come with a reusable large filter, so had to buy the basket separate. Read more