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Old 01-10-2014, 10:15 PM   #1
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Under cabinet coffee maker

My wife and I just took delivery of our 2014 Rockwood 2306. The only place to mount a coffee pot in it would be an under cabinet type. I am having a very tough time finding manufacturers that currently make this type of pot. Does anyone out there know of any? Thanks in advance.
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Old 01-10-2014, 10:52 PM   #2
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Under counter coffee makers by Black and Decker are on ebay for reasonable prices.
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Been using b&d for years. This is third one in 20 years. Camping world sells them in low profile mode for RV use.

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Old 01-11-2014, 07:27 PM   #4
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I have seen the B&D units online, but all retailers I have seen are sold out. Thanks for all the input!!
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All the under counter makers "I" have seen make 10 cups of coffee. There are just the two of us. We have a little bitty 4 cup drip coffee maker that stows away in the cabinet. We only paid about $15 for it.

Consider the option of not mounting the coffee maker and going with a regular one. With the limited space in the camper kitchen, it's nice to have it out of sight and mind when not it use. In our kitchen it would block a window or otherwise be in the way.

Of course our little maker only makes 4 cups and has no timer function. Your needs may vary!
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Old 01-11-2014, 10:40 PM   #6
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All the under counter makers "I" have seen make 10 cups of coffee. There are just the two of us. We have a little bitty 4 cup drip coffee maker that stows away in the cabinet. We only paid about $15 for it.

Consider the option of not mounting the coffee maker and going with a regular one. With the limited space in the camper kitchen, it's nice to have it out of sight and mind when not it use. In our kitchen it would block a window or otherwise be in the way.

Of course our little maker only makes 4 cups and has no timer function. Your needs may vary!
A 12 cup coffee maker makes 4 cups of coffee if you only put in 4 cups of water. : ')
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Old 01-12-2014, 06:47 AM   #7
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Consider using an Aeropress or similar with another source for hot water. I bring mine with me anytime I travel, as I can no longer tolerate coffee made with a drip coffee maker after using it. Very small and nearly unbreakable.
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Been using b&d for years. This is third one in 20 years. Camping world sells them in low profile mode for RV use.

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Hey does your (B&D) use the (K-Cups) in your Pic.? Youroo!!
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French Press makes a GREAT cup of coffee. You add grounds to the pot, pour in boiling water, let it steep for a few minutes, then press sieve down through the coffee which separates coffee from grounds. They are small, easily stored out of the way. No filters to mess with, No Pods to clutter up landfill. SWMBO also carries coffee grinder so she grinds the beans before putting into the press. Spell that G O U R M E T!
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Hey does your (B&D) use the (K-Cups) in your Pic.? Youroo!!
Duh! Just out of frame to the right, is a keurig machine. Good eye.
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