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Old 10-27-2018, 08:47 AM   #15
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X3 keurig...keep on c'top hasn't moved yet...crap hate saying
Keep mine on the deck (floor) of the cabin when sailing. It was free. People are always looking for the holy grail of coffee makers and line weed trimmers. Free works good enough.

My first nick name as an navy officer was Mr Coffee. By the time I was an ensign I was drinking 30 cups a day. While they never volunteer, I made exceptions for thing that were important. I mean really really important like coffee and mail.

On my fist ship when enlisted, a WWII tin can on water hours, hot bunking and on watch port and starboard. No showers and little sleep is not good. To improve moral the officers took away our coffee pot in the engine room. I made one from a large coffee tin using hot condensate from a leaking valve.


The point about coffee is it depends on the circumstances.

The problem in a RV is too much moisture turning the inside into a rain forest.

When boondocking on a cool morning in the desert, boiling water for a French Press provides heat to take the chill off. When parked where it is hot and humid, I make coffee outside in a drip coffee maker.

Have a 4 cup stainless steel carafe coffee maker. It get pulled out from under the cabinets when brewing, then goes in the corner behind the sink put of the way.

While an under the cabinet coffee maker seems like a good idea, matbe not so much for an RV.
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We use a Cuisinart Burr Grind & Brew Thermal 12 Cup Automatic Coffeemaker. It grinds and brews the coffee at your prescibed time and fills the thermal cafafe, and then shuts off. The carafe keeps the coffee hot for a very long time without using power.
https://www.cuisinart.com/shopping/a...kers/dgb-900bc
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B&D or Mr. Coffee. Stores in a cabinet when not in use.
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Old 10-27-2018, 09:30 AM   #18
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Melitta when boondocking and single serve Keurig when running genny, under counter went to the green storage bin when started leaking water.
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I use a 4-cup brewer with a stainless steel pot (protects against breakage!). Like another poster said ... I just put it in the sink while traveling. Current model looks like the Mr. Coffee JW9-RB (5 cup)
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Keurig compact, Industrial Velcro'd to countertop. Hasn't moved in 40,000 miles.
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B&D or Mr. Coffee. Stores in a cabinet when not in use.
x2 this has worked for us for 17 years.
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I guess a lot depends on your preferences for coffee, and brewing method. I am ever so slightly addicted to the espresso brewing method...and fresh roasted single origin beans. But I can crank out Americanos, Lattes, Flat whites, Cappuccinos for those that don't love espresso.

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It appears that Black and Decker along with others have bailed from making under the counter coffee makers. I have researched airline coffee makers,boat coffee makers along with van limo coffee makers. Obviously counter space is a premium, but love a brew vs a pod system, along with having something that secures the pot during transport. Have also looked at the brew express wall units. Obviously one that could be placed on counter while parked is an option. Have also read the concerns of the older ones getting loose, leaking h20, and steaming the cabinet finish or veneer. Just making sure I have not missed one. Thanks! "Joe"
Ebay is your friend;
https://www.ebay.com/bhp/black-decke...r-coffee-maker

But Wal*Mart will save you money with a minimum of space;
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Mainstays...SABEgKVDfD_BwE

Always a work around,

Wally*Mart has served me well - Took the original B&D undercounter out and think it's still in storage might need to list it on Ebay -

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New Coffee Maker


Check out the Delonghi coffee maker, we've used one for quite a while now and are still very happy with it.
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eBay has several B&D's for sale. [moderator edit]The undercounter setup is soooo handy if you have the cutout for it like many RVs do. And they don't steam enough to worry about making a 'rain forest' in your RV. Plus I don't know of an RV that doesn't have a roof vent.


Anyway, check out eBays offerings. [moderator edit]
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I am with Grumpy, Bonavita makes excellent coffee, in 5 minutes.
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I guess a lot depends on your preferences for coffee, and brewing method. I am ever so slightly addicted to the espresso brewing method...and fresh roasted single origin beans. But I can crank out Americanos, Lattes, Flat whites, Cappuccinos for those that don't love espresso.

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Hmmm . . . a couple of notches above my Melitta one-cup pour-over and a small saucepan of water on either the Propane stove (big boats) or butane camp stove (small boats), and the $3 plastic cone can't do much damage rolling around the wrong place.



Actually, I usually just put the cone in the plastic coffee can along with the filters and scoop - saves a lot of space that way, as long as the coffee bucket is less than half full.
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This is for my espresso fix too. Percolator for outside on my solo stove. Won’t work on the induction inside though.
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