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Coffee – it’s the fuel that keeps us going, and for many of us, it’s the first thing we think about when waking up. In fact, an estimated 154 million adults, or 75 percent of the U.S. population (aged 20 years or older) reports drinking coffee, with 49 percent reporting drinking it on a daily basis, according to the National Institutes for Health. That’s all the more reason to make sure connoisseurs are making the perfect cup for their tastes in the comfort of their humble abode. To that point, what’s the best coffee maker to brew an amazing cup of joe at home?

Making your own coffee at home can help you save money, and the hassle of changing out of your pajamas. “Depending on where you live and how you prefer to take your hot caffeine water, if you’re buying coffee, you’re spending between $1 and $5 per cup. Meanwhile, brewing a cup of coffee at home costs you between 16 and 18 cents per cup,” Business Insider writes.

While caffeinated beverages are no replacement for a healthy lifestyle and adequate sleep, the cumulative research on coffee certainly points in the direction of a health benefit, according to Harvard Public School of Health. But these benefits are largely variable based on the type of coffee bean used, how it is roasted, the amount of grind, and how it is brewed.

OXO’s high-tech coffee maker cuts out all the work for you with a microprocessor that tracks brewing time, temperature, and volume for the perfect cup of coffee.

“This drip machine also comes with a special single-cup filter basket for Kalita Wave filters. The Oxo Brew is the best drip coffee maker that’s compact, stylish and sturdy, plus it comes with a thermal carafe that doesn’t drip or spill,” CNET writes.

The OXO 9-cup gives users slightly more control over their brewing settings and you can program it to start at a set time every morning,” Serious Eats writes. “(For) those who consider a programmable setting essential, it’s a solid pick.

Simplicity, quality and affordability all intersect with the Chemix pour-over glass coffee maker.

Unlike a lot of coffee gear, it looks beautiful on the countertop and I find it to be less fussy than some of the other manual pour-over devices. The filters it uses are a bit heavier and more forgiving, and it delivers a really full-flavored cup,” Forbes writes.

The brand suggests buying their brand’s filters, which they say are 20-30 percent thicker than the standard kind. The wood collar and leather tie serve as an insulated handle and can be removed to place the glass in the dishwasher for easy clean-up, NBC News writes.
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