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Black and Decker SpaceMaker Coffee Maker

Updated on March 28, 2010

Do you enjoy a cup of hot coffee in the morning?  If you are like most people, coffee in the morning is a must have before you even start your day.  Some people prefer to get their coffee at Starbucks, but with a cup of Joe costing around 4 dollars, that could really add up in a year.  Instead of paying for exorbitantly expensive coffee, why not make your own. 

There are many varieties of coffeemakers.  One type of coffeemaker is the Black and Decker SpaceMaker coffee maker.  The Black and Decker SpaceMaker coffee maker goes on your countertop or can be attached under your cabinet.  This allows you to save a lot of space on your countertop.  The coffee maker has some good features including a programmable clock, autobrew, and an easy access control panel.  The autobrew feature allows you to set the time of day in which you want your coffee to start brewing.  So you can turn the feature on overnight and in the morning you’ll have a cup of coffee ready to go.  Another feature of the Black and Decker SpaceMaker coffee maker is the Sneak-a-Cup function.  This function lets you get a cup of coffee while it is still brewing.  This is the perfect solution for those who are impatient and want their coffee now.   

The Black and Decker SpaceMaker coffee maker shouldn’t cost you a lot.  Typically they would cost around $80 if you buy online.  This is a great price for convenience.  Not only does the Black and Decker coffee maker not take up any room on your counter, but it makes great coffee.  Plus, you’re buying from a reputable manufacturer, Black and Decker.  They’ve been in the business for decades. 

Be sure you check out several retailers before you purchase a Black and Decker SpaceMaker coffee maker.  Don’t just buy from a retailer that offers the lowest price.  The retailer should have a good reputation and reviews.  Let’s say you paid your $80 for a Black and Decker SpaceMaker coffee maker and the retailer sends you a nonworking unit or worse, send you nothing at all.  Then you’d have to go through the hassle of getting your money back.  Might as well buy from a reputable seller in the first place and spend that extra dollar.


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