Costco Cuisinart Coffee Maker, 14 Cup Programmable Brew Central

If you’re looking for an affordable, high quality coffee maker, than you should buy this Cuisinart Coffee Maker from Costco. I hadn’t seen this at my local Costco the last few trips. Maybe they were out of stock, but it is back on the shelves again. It’s a very nice looking coffee maker, with it’s stainless steel appearance, that would make a great addition to the counter top. It’s affordable at $59.99 & I’m sure it will go on sale at some point in the near future. If you’ve read my other posts, you know that I only drink homemade cold brew coffee or the Kirkland Cold Brew Coffee, so this would be for my wife & guests. It’s always nice to have a coffee maker around, especially with the stay at home orders in effect. Here are a few more details about this cuisinart coffee maker from Costco………

  • 14 Cup Glass Carafe
  • 24 Hour Self Clean
  • Brew Strength Control (Important for those who like gasoline!)
  • Easy to View Filtering
  • Brew Pause Feature Allows User to Pour a Cup Before Brewing Cycle is Complete
  • Heating Plate Keeps Carafe Warm For Up to 4 Hours
  • Model: CBC-7000PC
  • Manual: Click to download

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Costco Cuisinart Coffee Maker

If you check out the reviews on Costco’s website there are over 2,000 reviews with a 4.6 average. It is a very popular and highly rated coffee maker. This is an easy choice if you are in the market for a new coffee maker. If you are looking for a similar size coffee maker with a few more features, please check out the link below to Amazon’s 14 cup coffee maker. Also please check out my FAVORITE coffee beans to use for cold brew on Amazon. I’m sure it’s just as good warm as it is cold. Here are the links……

Price: $59.99, Item Number: 4565000

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16 thoughts on “Costco Cuisinart Coffee Maker, 14 Cup Programmable Brew Central

    1. No. That’s OK. Just be aware that it is not the exact model. That is the 7200PC while the Costco model is the CBC-7000PC. Like most Costco products, there will be subtle differences that most people won’t notice. That manual is probably 99% the same but there may be a few differences. Coming across the EXACT Costco manual is hard to come by unless someone scans it

    1. No, unfortunately this manual is hard to come by seeing it is a Costco branded product. What issues are you having with this Cuisinart Coffee Maker?

    1. The Costco manual’s can be a pain in the butt to find sometimes. The manufacturers usually modify the item specifically for Costco & they don’t always have the manuals online for download. Sometimes Costco has them for download on their website, but then they take the product down after a while. I’ll see if I can locate it and post it, but after a preliminary search I’ve had no luck. Maybe someone who purchased it can post it.

        1. Thanks so much! It is not the exact model because the link to that manual is the CBC-7200PC while the Costco version is the CBC-7000PC, but it should be 99% the same thing. Thanks for that! I’ll try to post a link to the manual on this blog page. Thanks!

  1. Don’t. This thing sucks. The design is so awkward, every time you pour water into the reservoir,it spills all over.

    1. Thanks for the tip. I’ve found these Cuisinart coffee makers to be pretty good when using them. I don’t have this specific model since I have an older one, but if it does spill all over, that is annoying. Sorry to hear and thanks for the tip. Hopefully other reader can read that before purchasing

    2. “””Use a seperate cup”””…lol lol “not” the carafe. I use a giant Carl’s Jr cup (white and see through kinda) and I used a sharpie to mark the water level (I only use R.O. water) and just put it in the dish drainer, no need to wash the cup every time…Oh yeah I measured my water and I use 19 oz of water for my 20 oz cup of JBM (leaves room for coffee mate). Best Coffee Maker “Ever” !!

      1. Clever! Problem is I don’t think you should have to use a separate cup for a product like this. Although this isn’t a super expensive coffee maker, it’s not cheap either. Plus Cuisinart is a quality brand & should be able to remedy this. Thanks for the tip though!

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