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Posted Tue Jun 4, 2013, 10:44am
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VKirby Said:

Too bad.  That might be the best looking TV yet.  

Be sure to pepsi challenge your new bunn too.

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I agree with you I thought it was the best looking Technivorm yet.  It broke my my heart.

I will be sure to pepsi challenge to new Bunn compared to my old Bunn BT10 standby.
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Posted Tue Jun 4, 2013, 2:04pm
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gamehawker Said:

I agree with you I thought it was the best looking Technivorm yet.  It broke my my heart.

I will be sure to pepsi challenge to new Bunn compared to my old Bunn BT10 standby.

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The TV Grand you just returned, it had a flat bottomed basket, right?  Am I correct in assuming that the flat bottomed basket is a newer TV design?  I have the Technivorm Moccamaster KBT and it has the conical basket with 3 position "switch" on it.  You mentioned you had a 40 oz. TV previously; how did it compare with the new Grand you had?

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Posted Tue Jun 4, 2013, 2:53pm
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CoffeeRoastersClub Said:

The TV Grand you just returned, it had a flat bottomed basket, right?  Am I correct in assuming that the flat bottomed basket is a newer TV design?  I have the Technivorm Moccamaster KBT and it has the conical basket with 3 position "switch" on it.  You mentioned you had a 40 oz. TV previously; how did it compare with the new Grand you had?

Len

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Correct, it had a flat bottomed basket.  I do not think it is a new design, the 64 oz. Technivorm Grand Coffee Maker model always has always had a flat bottomed basket.  It also has a tab at the bottom of the basket so you could stop the flow.  I did not really tinker with that because the Technivorm already had a 6 minute brew cycle time length.  The Bunn BT10 had a 4:30 minute brew cycle time length.

I never had a 40 oz. Technivorm.  I bought one for my friend a few years ago so I could not compare it to my Bunn BT10.

On Thursday & Friday when I was just drinking coffee from the 64 oz. Technivorm Grand Coffee Maker I thought it tasted fine.  It was not until I did the side by side blind taste tests comparing my old Bunn BT10 with the new 64 oz. Technivorm Grand Coffee Maker with Thermal Carafe on Saturday & Sunday could I really see and taste the difference.  Disappointingly the Technivorm Grand Coffee Maker did not have the flavor, richness and strength of the Bunn BT10.  Even-though the Bunn BT10 had more flavor, richness and strength, it was still very smooth!
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Posted Thu Jun 6, 2013, 2:35pm
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Since my new Commercial Bunn CW15-TC Coffee Brewer is not a Technivorm Coffee Brewer, I thought to be fair if I started a new thread topic to discuss my experience with it:

"New Commercial Bunn CW15-TC Coffee Brewer for an early Father's Day Present!"
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