Cuisinart DCC-2650P1 Extreme Brew 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker, Black/Stainless Steel

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About this item Note: 1)Too coarse a grind, too little coffee, or insufficiently tamping the grounds before brewing can all lead to inadequate pressure for a proper brew. 2)It is important to note that the amount of espresso extracted will vary depending on the grind size and amount and reprogramming may be needed when the size and amount are adjusted EXTREME BREW: Feature uses re-engineered brewing technology to deliver coffee up to 25% faster FULLY AUTOMATIC COFFEE BREWER: 24-hour programmability with 1–4 cup settings, auto-off functionality (0-4 hours) 12-CUP GLASS CARAFE: Features ergonomic comfort grip black handle, dripless spout, lid, and knuckle guard for added protection TEMPERATURE CONTROL: Variable heater plate for temperature control that is adjustable – low, medium, and high settings EASY-TO-FILL WATER RESERVOIR: Lifts up for quick fill-ups, and has a window on the side of unit to display water level ENJOY WITH EASE: Cuisinart’s trademarked Brew Pause feature lets you enjoy a cup of coffee before the brewing cycle has finished DURABLE FILTERS: Reusable gold-tone coffee filter included, and built-in charcoal water filter ensures only the freshest coffee flavor flows through


From the manufacturer

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Model # DCC-2650P1 DCC-3200P1 DCC-T20P1 DCC-3400P1 DCC-1200P1
Carafe 12-Cup Glass 14-Cup Glass 14-Cup Glass 12-Cup Thermal 12-Cup Glass
Hotter Coffee

Strength Control

Adjustable Carafe Temperature

Controls Push Button/Dial Push Button Touchscreen Push Button Push Button/Dial
24-Hour Programmable

Auto-Off 0-4 Hours 0-4 Hours 0-4 Hours

0-4 Hours
Clean Function

Gold-Tone Filter





12 Cups



Product Dimensions

11 x 9.5 x 16.25 inches

Special Feature


Coffee Maker Type

Espresso Machine


Stainless Steel

Filter Type




Specific Uses For Product


Item Weight

7 pounds

Included Components

Coffemaker, Carafe


1100 watts



Model Name

DCC-2650P1 Brew Central 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker

Number of Items


Package Type

Standard Packaging





Item model number


Customer Reviews

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Best Sellers Rank

#103,819 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen) #191 in Coffee Machines

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

August 16, 2008

11 отзывов на Cuisinart DCC-2650P1 Extreme Brew 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker, Black/Stainless Steel

  1. Mr. Michael C. Hand

    i bought a $390- breville about 3 months ago. to sum it up, I replaced it with this modelIf you like hot coffee that does what it says, buy it. This is money well spent

  2. Agatha Coronado

    My existing coffeemaker was still working fine, but I had gotten tired of its small capacity. (I’ve written about it before—it’s a Miallegro 1090, and its version of «12 cups» is apparently European, and MUCH smaller than us Americans think of 12 cups!) So I decided to order a replacement.My criteria included:1) Must have a larger capacity than the Miallegro.2) Must have excellent reviews from existing owners.3) Must be Prime eligible (hey, I paid for Prime, so I might as well get the ‘free’ 2-day shipping that comes with it).4) Must have basic features like auto-shutoff.5) Preferably includes a permanent filter (if it didn’t, I’d purchase one myself—no need to waste paper filters).6) Preferably includes options such as brew strength and carafe heating temperature.With all that in mind I ended up narrowing down my possible choices to a couple of Cuisinarts, the DCC-1200 and the DCC-2650. I chose the latter and I’m glad I did.I noticed that some owners didn’t think the 2650 was worth the extra $20-ish over the 1200, but, among other things, I liked the fact that the 2650 has a water level view window on its side.When I ordered it two days ago, its price was $89.69; I see that it’s $95.45 today; in both cases, the list price was shown as $185.I placed my order late afternoon on Sunday and, much to my surprise, it arrived on Monday. 🙂 I put it together and ran a cleansing cycle that day, then brewed my first pot of coffee with it this morning. It was FANTASTIC! And fast! Much, much faster than the coffeemaker it replaced—and especially so when you consider its larger capacity. Something I noticed yesterday when I ran the cleaning cycle, and again today with its first actual pot of coffee, is that the amount of water you put in is the amount of coffee you get out. Not so with the Miallegro—with it, if you filled the water chamber by using the carafe filled to its 12 cup mark, after brewing you’d end up with coffee at the 10 cup mark on the carafe. With this Cuisinart, what you put in is what you get out. I like that, a lot.Although it has several fancy-schmancy features, I don’t expect or plan to use many/most of them. For one thing, I’ve had a decades’ long aversion to leaving coffeemakers plugged in, after reading/hearing about many instances of fires being started by them. I don’t know and, frankly, don’t care if that’s still something to worry about, it’s just a habit I don’t plan on breaking at this point!I set the brew strength to bold and the carafe temperature to high. Since I’ve only brewed one pot as of right now, I don’t have anything to compare them to. But I’ll update this review if I use other settings and they don’t function as expected.I can’t say enough about the carafe and its lid. Great! The carafe is large but very comfortable to hold/pour, and its lid is easy to get on/off, allows for easy pouring because you don’t need to DO anything (like press a button or hold the lid up) but pour, and the best part is it doesn’t spill all over the place! NO mess at all, not even a spilled drop. Love that.So far, and I know it’s only been a day, I’m very pleased with this product. I’m keeping my previous unit as a backup (anyone who’s had a carafe break can surely relate), and also to use when having company over that includes a lot of coffee drinkers. We can run two pots at the same time. So it’s all good.UPDATE: Now that I’ve had this coffeemaker for a few days I want to heap some more praise on it.GOOD GRIEF, does it ever brew quickly! Its «Extreme Brew» feature was not something I even considered when I decided on this unit, but now that I’ve seen it in action I love it. It does, indeed, brew MUCH faster than any other coffeemaker I’ve personally used. From start to finish it brews a full 12-cup pot in just about 12 minutes; the Miallegro it replaced took at least twice that long even though it had a smaller capacity.I love being able to select varying amounts of time for the unit to shut off. I didn’t think I cared as long as it had a basic 2-hour shutoff, but—again—now that I have it I really like this feature.The temperature of the brewed coffee is fantastic. It’s actually so much hotter than we were used to with the old unit that it’s taken some time to adjust. That first sip each morning is a little dangerous—but in a good way, you know?! I keep the carafe heat setting on high, so we just need to remember that it’s a lot hotter than our previous unit’s coffee.

  3. Debbie Lee Wesselmann

    My last stainless steel Cuisinart coffeemaker lasted a remarkable nine years, and I thought I’d be foolish to look at another brand. I’m thrilled with my new DCC-2650. It makes hot coffee (yes, I’m particular about that) even on the medium setting, although I drink my coffee black, so the hot setting may be best for people who use a lot of milk. This coffeemaker is a little shorter than my last, and the buttons on it are nicer and easier to read. I brew on the «bold» cycle, which is a little slower than the regular, but the coffee still brews quickly. But, oh m’gosh, the coffee is GREAT on this setting. The programmable function works easily and well. I also like the way the carafe fits into the body. (Years ago I had a Braun that I kept knocking off center when I cleaned the counters.) There’s an added clean cycle on this model as well. In my opinion, this coffeemaker is worth every penny.The biggest improvement is not the buttons or the appearance or even the slightly lower height, as desirable as those things are. It is the carafe and its spout. The water pours much more smoothly, without drips, both into the reservoir and into cups. This has to do with a more focused stream, and it’s now much easier to hit the reservoir without spilling drips of water down the sides. The coffeemaker comes with a gold filter (no paper filters needed) and a charcoal water filter to remove certain impurities prior to brewing.Like any appliance, however, this coffeemaker isn’t perfect. Although it can sit and brew under my cabinets, I have to pull it out to fill it because of the height of both the machine (14.5″ at the highest) and the size of the reservoir lid (it adds another 8.5 inches when lifted.) And the larger reservoir hole, while better than the last model, can still be a bit of a challenge for a lefty.The quality of the brewed coffee depends highly on the quality of the grounds. Using the bold feature with a canned coffee will simply bring out more of the canned taste. I grind my own beans either just before brewing or the night before or moments prior to brewing, and I’m generous with the amounts of coffee since I aim for a rich, Italian-style coffee. But any high quality coffee, either pre-ground or not, will yield good results. The great thing about this coffeemaker is that you can brew the type of coffee you like — bold, medium, light — by tweaking the settings as well as the grounds. There’s also a special setting for brewing 4 or less cups of coffee to get the right flavor through fewer grounds and less water.For reference, my last Cuisinart coffeemaker was the  Cuisinart DCC-1200 Brew Central 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker .Although I didn’t think it possible, I like this Cuisinart coffeemaker even more than my last. I just hope it lasts as long!— Debbie Lee Wesselmann

  4. Kindle Customer

    This is our second one of these Cuisinart units; the first has now been replaced after ten years! No problems, except the burner at the bottom of the original one wouldn’t heat up as well as it had in the years past. This new one is almost identical, solidly made, never fails! If you like quality coffee making, one can’t lose with this purchase!

  5. Hedley Lamarr

    Honestly my review sits between 4 and 5 stars. It’s not perfect but from what I can tell, it’s very close.This is first coffee maker I’ve had since the old Mr Coffee of my father’s that I took to college almost 20 years ago. Since then I’ve relied on Starbucks, Scooters, Monster Rehab and caffeine pills. The pills have 0 calories and are a great way to start your day with a measured dose of caffeine with your morning vitamins. My drinks of choice from Starbucks and Scooters are sweetened and calorie-laden. The Monster Rehab is relatively low-cal (20 calories per can) and high in caffeine (160mg per can) but costly and reliant upon artificial sweeteners which don’t sit well with everyone. Now that I have a coffee machine, I’m free to experiment with brewed coffee without the added sweet-stuff. So far so very good.*** Pros ***It’s relatively easy to set up. That’s good because the instructions are terribly written. The small text box of First User instructions comes halfway through the pamphlet, after the instructions on brewing coffee.The brew cycle is very quick, giving you hot java in a very short period of time.It’s sleek looking. It’s stainless steel-plated plastic, not real metal. Still it looks good.The coffee pot pours without spilling or dribbling down the glass.The timer works as expected. It feels a little cumbersome at first, setting the auto on and auto off times. Then remembering to set the pot to auto brew the next morning. But you get the hang of it. The could stand. to give this unit a basic refresh and add more modern controls. What it has it decidely 5+ years old static logic electronics. It works though.*** Cons ***I can not figure out how to kick on the hot plate on-demand. It will run for 1, 2 or 4 hours after the brewcycle depending on what you chose. However I can’t figure out to make it keep a pot warm longer than 4 hours. It takes me a while to get through 12 cups of coffee. I guess I’ll have to start making 6 cups at a time and brewing a 2nd pot at lunch.Like I mentioned above, the instructions are poorly written. They need to hire a better technical writer. But you will figure it out in the end. It’s not overly difficult.Also like a said above, the electronics are dated. The display is not back lit. That’s a shame. It could certainly have a more intuitive setup method.It does not have a day of week scheduling option. So if you wake at 6 on week days and 8 on weekends, you’ll either have to manually change your programming Friday for the weekend and Sunday night for the week days, or brew a pot on-demand come Saturday morning. Day of week programming could be available with newer electronic controls.*** Notes ***It does come with a gold tone filter. You don’t have to buy a 2nd unless you want to have one clean and one in the dishwasher.It comes with 1 charcoal water filter. I recommend buying the ADX brand pack of filters to go with this coffee maker.I’m not a coffee expert at this point and I haven’t used all the settings yet, but so far it works great for my needs. I’ll report more later if that changes.

  6. Michele Sprathoff


  7. Rhonda

    The clock on the 2650 model is easy to set. It is a small clock; it is not too difficult to read the time except for the PM indicator, which is in the upper right corner and not well-lit.For the first 4 brew cycles, I used a paper filter along with the gold filter because I was only making 4 cups and did not want the water to run through too fast. The coffee was a good strength for me and there was no overflow or other problems. When I made more than 4 cups, I did not use the gold filter (just the paper) and the coffee was just the way I like it.The finish is a nice metal-looking finish; it is plastic but looks like metal. It does not make fingerprints as stainless steel does and is easy to keep clean. A quick wipe with a damp cloth cleans it easily.I believe the instructions say to use 1 tablespoon scoop per cup. I use 1 heaping tablespoon for every two cups and that works for me…this is a matter of personal taste. So if you like a really strong coffee, you will use more coffee. Note: I have not tried the «Bold» setting because I do not require a «Bold» taste. I like it hefty, but not bold.The beeping sound made from this unit is very soft/quiet. Compared to my previous unit (a Kenmore), it is almost un-noticable. I have used the automatic brew setting for 4 of the 8 days of using this coffee maker and the beeping did not wake me from sleep. I could have used my previous unit as an alarm clock.Other reviewers stated that it can be difficult to poor the water in the back of unit. The best angle is from the right side, so it is easy to see that a left-handed person might find filling the unit difficult. I am right-handed and I feel that it is much easier to pour the water if I do not put the pot lid on the pot prior to filling unit with water. The lid holds back some of the water making the last part hard to pour. With the lid off, I did not have difficulty filling the unit.The adjustable hotplate setting is nice. I keep it on the center (medium) setting and find that perfect. The unit also has an auto-off setting that is adjustable; I have mine set on 2 hours but it will go up to 4 hours.I tested the 60 second power-out memory of the settings because I had to unplug my coffee maker for a moment. When I plugged it back into the power, my previous setting were there.Cons for me…It is not easy to see the small PM indicator on the upper right corner of the clock display…even with my glasses on (and my eyes are not that bad). A blue type of back-lighting or a larger and brighter clock face would have been a better option for this model.The pot lid is not hinged; it must be removed to fill the pot with water and then replaced for brewing. For me, it took a couple of days to get the feel of the replacing the lid effortlessly.With that said, I like this coffee maker and I recommend it.

  8. louis duncan

    Daily coffee

  9. Mike

    This machine has been consistently great for more than 7 years and is still going strong. Coffee is hot and tasty, and contrary to some negative comments we have not experienced drips, leaks, messiness, or any other problems. We do maintain it regularly by descaling and replacing filter. And we know how to adjust the controls, including the control that adjusts how long it stays on to keep the coffee hot.

  10. TX Griff

    I was seriously downsizing from a large house to a compact apt… and wanted a coffeemaker that would «go» w/ my new kitchen’s decor as my new kitchen & living room are open plan.It took me nearly forever to read/review dozens of coffeemakers on Amazon… just when I thought I’d found a good match I’d come across 2-4 negative reviews and would scratch «the One» off m’list.Then I hit on the Cuisinart DCC-2650 Brew Central 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker aka the «Extreme Brew»… and the sun shined, the heavens opened and I swear there was a chorus of angels singing.Other than delivering a perfect mug of coffee to m’bedside, this coffeemaker has everything I wanted and a few things I didn’t know I wanted until I wanted ’em.LOVE the built-in charcoal water filter. LOVE the ability to set the auto-off from 0-4 hours. LOVE being able to set the carafe temperature to low-medium-high to keep m’coffee at that temp. LOVE the separate setting for 1-4 cups (not that I’ve used that function yet). LOVE the soft but audible five beeps indicating the brewing is done. LOVE LOVE LOVE the ability to set the brew strength to ‘regular’ or ‘bold,’ and yes I can taste the difference between the two settings.And the last item I LOVE is the speed w/ which the coffee is brewed. My coffeemaker brews 12-cups in less than five minutes, a gawd send on those days I’ve forgotten to set up the coffeemaker to go off unattended.Of course this coffeemaker has all the other bells & whistles one expects from a coffeemaker these days; yes you can set it to brew up to 24 hours hence, yes you can grab a quick pour while it’s still brewing, yes there’s a water gauge on the side so you can tell how much water is in the reservoir, etc.Two minor design defects should be noted. First is the basket for the coffee filter. It has a handle that helps one to remove/replace the coffee filter basket, but the handle stores itself on the rim of the filter basket when it’s in the coffeemaker and you still have to grub around below the filter to find the dern handle. And the place where you pour the water into the coffeemaker is ridiculously small compared to the rest of the machine; careful pouring compensates for this.All in all, I not only recommend this coffeemaker, I’m giving it too… weddings, housewarmings, «new starts» of all kinds will receive this coffeemaker from me.Now if Cuisinart would just hook up w/ the House Elves union to get that first cup of coffee delivered to the bedside, we’d have perfection.

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