Whether you're brewing a single mug or a full pot, the OXO Brew 8-Cup Coffee Maker ensures a better-tasting cup—every time. Engineered with BetterBrew™ precision brewing to control water temperature, water volume and brewing time, the 8-Cup Coffee Maker is certified by the Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) for meeting its rigorous home brewing standards. The Rainmaker™ showerhead distributes water evenly over coffee grounds, while the integrated bloom cycle allows for optimal flavor extraction.
The double-wall, vacuum-insulated thermal carafe keeps your coffee hot, and the brew-through, pour-through lid means you don't have to fuss with opening the carafe lid before pouring.
The Coffee Maker can also brew a single cup of coffee right into your favorite travel mug. Just flip the well cover to elevate shorter mugs or remove it altogether to make space for tall travel mugs. The Coffee Maker comes with an optional single-serve accessory to enhance the flavor of one-mug brewing: Add a filter to the accessory and then place it in the large basket to brew.
This space-efficient Coffee Maker fits neatly on countertops, and the sleek, stainless steel design is perfect for any décor. Convenient cleaning mode keeps the machine in tip-top shape.
Use & Care
Clean exterior regularly with a damp cloth and wipe dry. Hand wash carafe and lid with mild detergent after use. Rinse clean. Removable parts are all top-rack dishwasher safe (brew basket, single serve brew basket, coffee scoop, well cover, and Rainmaker).
If you prefer your coffee hotter, we recommend using a double-walled insulated mug and preheating any milk or creamer you add to your coffee. Our team has done extensive testing and found that the greatest heat loss happens when coffee is poured from the carafe to the mug.
While many coffee makers have a heating element under the carafe, this can sometimes result in a bitter, burned or condensed brew. To maintain the quality of the coffee, the Better Brew precision of our 8-cup Coffee Maker relies instead on a thermal carafe, which prevents heat loss, rather than reheating.