Product Name: Ninja Auto-iQ Coffee Bar with Stainless Steel Carafe
Keeps coffee hot for up to 2 hours
Carafe Capacity: 10 cups (43 oz)
Number of Cup Sizes: 4
Brew Time: 8.3 minutes
Brew Strength Control: Yes
Removable Drip Tray: Yes
Removable Water Reservoir: Yes
Auto Shut-Off: Yes
No Integrated Grinder or Adjustable Warming Plate
Permanent Filter: Yes
Coffee Type Used: Grounds
Hot Water Spout, Indicator Lights, and Programmable Controls: Yes
Digital Display: Yes
Dimensions: 12"W x 11"L x 14.75"H
Weight: 10 lbs
What’s in the Box?
1x Ninja Auto-iQ Coffee Bar with Stainless Steel Carafe
Here’s a Fun Fact for You
The origin of the coffee bean can be traced back to the early 9th century in Ethiopia. Around that time, coffee beans were popularly chewed by Ethiopian tribes in order to feel the bean’s stimulative effects. The practice of chewing coffee beans has now gone to the wayside, as we’ve gladly abandoned it for our pumpkin spice lattes and caramel macchiatos. The only exception is our hipster intern, Salinger, who gladly chews coffee beans while reading “The Atlantic” through his thick-rimmed glasses and listening to vinyls of the Brazilian samba rock band, “Novos Baianos.”
@awk Yeah, this doesn’t appear to be one of the electric ones that heats and froths. Honestly your best bet for an inexpensive one is a Bodum electric frother; we bought at Target for about $25. I see one now listed at 30 but with 15% off would be about 25. Works pretty well.
The cleaning light is user error…when you do the full procedure correctly it goes away every time…most people skip the rinse cycles or don’t press the buttons correctly which resets the light. Had mine for 3 years now and I love it! Makes great coffee and it’s fast compared to others I’ve owned. I’m debating buying another just to steal the stainless carafe and gift the Ninja with my glass one…in true meh fashion.
How I brew my coffee? Behmor Brewer, and never looked back. It can brew to your specified temperature and has programmable pre-soak. Simple, easy brew prep and EASY clean. Glad I have it or I’d be considering the behemoth being offered today.
@arfdawg Just responding to the survey asking for comment. I remember seeing neg Behmor reviews back when my husband and I were trying to decide. We decided to pull the trigger and so glad. We’d gone through soo many bad brewers that french press ended up being our sole method. And, I’m already dressed by the time my timer-set Behmor is done.
We have very hard water here. So hard that Starbucks had to buy a $75,000 water softener because the water was destroying their equipment. A coffee machine doesnt last a year here – even with monthly descaling. I buy $30 Aicocks and they make great coffee for a year before I have to buy another. To buy a Behmor, it would have to survive 10 years. Would never happen
Best Buy has this Ninja on sale today for $59. It has the glass carafe which i like better because you have a heating plate and it is easier to see how much coffe you have left. $59 at Best Buy is a steal, this is def a meh deal here.
The clean light wouldn’t turn-off after a quick clean with white vinegar and then long clean with vinegar and then descale two more times. Had unit for three weeks before the clean light came on. Called Ninja and they’re sending replacement within five business days. Used it daily for morning coffee.