Ninja 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Brewer, 2 Brew Styles, Adjustable Warm Plate, 60oz Water Reservoir, Delay Brew – Black/Stainless Steel

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Original price was: $79.99.Current price is: $69.99.

  • 2 BREW STYLES: Classic or Rich, each brew is flavorful and never bitter with custom brew strengths.
  • 12-CUP GLASS CARAFE: Brew small or large batches of coffee – perfect for day to day or entertaining.
  • HOTTER BREWING TECHNOLOGY: Delivers even saturation and temperature control for ultra-flavorful coffee.
  • SMALL BATCH FUNCTION: Ensure your coffee is never diluted when brewing a small batch (1-4 cups).
  • WAKE UP TO HOT COFFEE: 24-hour programmable delay brew allows you to prepare your brew up to a day in advance.
  • ADJUSTABLE WARMING PLATE: Keep coffee fresh and flavorful up to 4 hours.
  • REMOVABLE WATER RESERVOIR: Conveniently carry the 60-oz removable water reservoir to your sink for easy filling.
  • MID-BREW PAUSE: Pour yourself a cup before the brew is complete.
  • CLEAN SETTING: Descale your coffee maker at the touch of a button.
  • WHAT’S INCLUDED: Ninja Programmable Brewer, 12-cup Glass Carafe, Permanent Filter, Ninja Integrated Scoop, & 60-oz removable water reservoir.
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Ninja 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Brewer, 2 Brew Styles, Adjustable Warm Plate, 60oz Water Reservoir, Delay Brew – Black/Stainless Steel
Ninja 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Brewer, 2 Brew Styles, Adjustable Warm Plate, 60oz Water Reservoir, Delay Brew – Black/Stainless Steel

Original price was: $79.99.Current price is: $69.99.

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Specification: Ninja 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Brewer, 2 Brew Styles, Adjustable Warm Plate, 60oz Water Reservoir, Delay Brew – Black/Stainless Steel

Brand

Ninja

Color

Stainless Steel

Product Dimensions

8"D x 10"W x 14"H

Special Feature

Removable Water Reservoir,Programmable

Coffee Maker Type

Espresso Machine

Filter Type

Reusable

Style

modern

Specific Uses For Product

Coffee maker

Included Components

Ninja Integrated Scoop, Removable Water Reservoir, Permanent Filter, 12-cup Glass Carafe

Operation Mode

Fully Automatic

Voltage

110 Volts

Model Name

CE251 Coffee Maker

Number of Items

1

Human Interface Input

Buttons

Unit Count

1.00 count

Item Weight

7 pounds

Manufacturer

SharkNinja

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

CE251

Date First Available

July 26, 2019

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7 reviews for Ninja 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Brewer, 2 Brew Styles, Adjustable Warm Plate, 60oz Water Reservoir, Delay Brew – Black/Stainless Steel

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  1. MNKER17

    So disappointed product arrived with a broken water reservoir, I have been in love with my Ninja coffee maker for 6years and was wanting a replacement so went with a Ninja it arrived broken ,I wonder now if the quality of the product has changed .

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  2. Laura

    Works great!

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  3. Kalon schenk

    Prepata el café muy rápido y lo mantiene muy caliente.

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  4. DDW

    I’ve owned this coffee maker over a month now and love it. Intuitive-to-operate controls and a very attractive appearance are among its virtues. Of course, hot water dripping over coffee grinds isn’t rocket science and is something most coffee makers do comparably well, and the Ninja likewise makes excellent-tasting coffee.

    Other reviews were mildly critical of the “sneak a cup” functionality, but I’ve found it on par with that of my last two coffee makers (Krups and Cuisinart). Yes, a couple of drops of coffee will still splash on the hot plate while you pull the carafe out, but I’ve never used or seen a pot yet that didn’t do that, and the spring mechanism on this carafe is at least as robust as any I’ve seen on other coffee makers.

    Where this pot really shines is in the clear, detachable water reservoir. That obviously offers you the (completely?) unique option of detaching the tank to fill it over the sink before brewing, which I’ve done a few times and anticipated doing regularly. Frankly, however, I find it unnecessary because the reservoir itself provides an unusually large opening/target for pouring directly from my filtered water pitcher.

    But there are other benefits to the reservoir design, including the fact that it allows you to easily monitor the conditions inside . . . i.e., when the moist environment inevitably leads to mildew, you will know it (and, because the reservoir is transparent to any ambient sunlight, mold/mildew should theoretically take longer to manifest in many kitchens.) More importantly, you’ll be able to easily clean the reservoir in a sink of hot soapy water (with a little bleach) without repeated electric cleaning and rinse cycles for the whole brewer, followed by awkward attempts to wipe the nooks and crannies of the integral, typically black reservoir with a white paper towel to see if any undesirable residues remain.

    But perhaps the greatest advantage of this design is in what it will save you if you should *ahem* forget to put your carafe in place before you hit “brew.” I’ve only done this twice in my life but, ironically, both times occurred within the last six weeks: once with my last Krups pot and once with this new Ninja. (Put aside for the moment what such forgetfulness might be saying about me.:-) At the very least, I gained valuable, first-hand experience in how the Ninja’s design saved my a$$ while the typical integral design on the Krups resulted in a ruined coffee maker, which prompted my purchase of the Ninja in the first place.)

    When you fail to put the carafe under the filter spout on a coffee maker that offers the increasingly ubiquitous “sneak a cup” feature, the spring mechanism on the filter holder is never engaged and the water that’s dripping down over your grinds to make coffee is never given proper egress below. So your mistake may go unnoticed for quite some time since you won’t hear the kind of gushing and sizzling sound that an older model without the sneak a cup feature would produce when dripping coffee is merrily dispensing and burning on the naked hotplate below. Instead, the water stays in the filter holder, eventually having nowhere to go but over the sides, which, on the vast majority of drip coffee makers, means that the brewed coffee–complete with floating grinds–will spill over and back into the reservoir itself. That is exactly what happened to my Krups, and, despite hours of repeated cleaning cycles and an aborted effort to dismantle the innards, I realized the pot was shot (no pun intended) and would never process water properly through its (clogged) pump pathway again.

    Enter the Ninja. After making delicious coffee for a week or so, I, once again, got distracted by something (probably my Yorkie yapping to get out for a morning pee) and neglected to actually seat the carafe on the coffee maker before hitting brew. When I got back in, I noticed the problem just before the brewing coffee was about to overflow the filter holder. The difference was, even had I been a bit later, I would have only had to deal with a messy countertop and not a ruined $80+ coffee maker. In other words, if the Ninja coffee filter overflows, the brewed coffee will NOT go back into the reservoir because the latter is physically higher and isolated from the former in a way that would not permit that. So, should you repeat my negligence, you will hear coffee suddenly dripping on your hotplate and counter top, but you won’t have to buy a new coffee maker.

    The only “negative” to the pot is that the carafe lid does not flip up via the common thumb depression above the handle. You have to slide/turn it to remove, which is more easily done with two hands. But this is a very, very minor ding in my view and not worth deducting a star for an otherwise very well-designed, highly practical, and elegant-looking appliance.

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  5. Leo

    It is brought to the UK with a two pinned plug, you have to buy a US to UK adaptor for around £11 which blows your electrics,

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  6. DDW

    After years of owning Keurigs only to have each one bite the dust after a year or two, we decided to go back to a drip coffee maker. Plus, this is much easier on our environment. Do you take time to use those fillable little pods? No, we didn’t either. This is so easy. Fill the reservoir, large capacity or small amounts, add the coffee grounds with the provided measuring spoon which attaches to the side of the machine, and voila. Coffee in just a few minutes. Lots of drip holes ensure an even pour and better taste. It comes with a filter that we rinse after each use, but we also use a cone-shaped number 4 natural filter. Clean-up is easy. Lots of options for the quantity and for strength of your brew. Timer if you wish to set for morning wake up. Also, a keep warm timer which we’ve never had before. As the one who sleeps in, I particularly love this feature. Good coffee maker. No need to spend hundreds of dollars when this is out there. Well done, Ninja!

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  7. eclaire

    I did a lot of research into this purchase before we went ahead with the Ninja. There were some negative reviews about this coffeemaker that concerned me, but I decided it was worth a shot. After using this product for about a month now, I have concluded that it is extremely well made, does it’s job very well, and some of the negative reviews about this product are from unrealistic expectations. I will explain later.

    My basis of comparison (what we had before) is just a cheap, grocery store baseline drip coffee maker for about $25. We were looking for something a bit better, but not top tier. Here is what I absolutely love about this coffeemaker:

    1) It is super fast. It makes 12 cups in about six minutes or less. I can hit “brew” and come back in a minute or two and have half a pot already made.
    2) The coffee is scalding hot. Too hot almost. I fill the reservoir with cold tap water, and somehow the coffee comes out hot enough to burn my tongue after I fill my mug and add a couple tablespoons of honey and way too much refrigerated creamer. You could probably pour this coffee over ice and it will STILL BE HOT after all the ice melted. HOT HOT COFFEE.
    3) Excellent product design! The carafe is sturdy and has great pour control. The removable reservoir is innovative and so much easier than filling a carafe full of water and then pouring it into a machine – it even has multiple grip holds for filling! The hot plate does not show drip marks and always looks clean. The rain shower head has improved the taste of our coffee greatly since we like to mix coffee flavors in the same batch. This product was designed for simplicity and efficiency without sacrificing quality.

    Ok, so about these negative reviews. Is this machine perfect? No. But the “issues” are so minor I don’t even feel they are really issues.
    1) Complaints about the removable reservoir durability. I read one review that this reservoir broke “after just dropping it once.” Well, yeah, it’s plastic and if you drop it on the floor, idiot, it will break just like anything else. The reservoir is made from quality, thick plastic. I don’t find it cheaply made at all, and the shape is just something of beauty for the way it lets you hold it multiple ways. It seems like product design went above and beyond to make this an overly functional part of the coffeemaker, and there are just some people that are going to drop it and blame their disfunction on the product.
    2) The “sneak a cup” feature doesn’t completely pause the drip. This is true. If I try to grab a cup of coffee before the brew is finished, it does drip considerably more than my previous cheapy coffeemaker. However, as I said before the total brew time is so fast, I don’t really need to sneak a cup anymore because the entire pot is brewed in about 5-6 minutes. Also, the hotplate doesn’t show the drip marks. Not sure how this works but the material they made it with always looks clean.

    In conclusion, I find this coffeemaker to be an extremely sound purchase. It may be the best “no frills, just great drip coffee” maker you can buy. If that is what you are looking for, do not hesitate about this product, go ahead and purchase. You will love it!

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