The 7 Best Drip Coffee Machines

Technivorm Moccamaster

While it’s on the more expensive side, serious drinkers are willing to spend over $300 because the café-quality drip coffee lives up to its price tag.

Best overall drip coffee machine

Wolf Programmable Coffee System

If a high-status kitchen brands are your weakness, you’ll want to consider this Wolf machine that’s so fancy it goes by the name “Coffee System.”

Best high-end drip coffee machine

KRUPS ET351 Coffee Maker

The simple design of this Krups machine belies its admirable range of features.

Best feature-heavy drip coffee machine

Capresso 5-Cup Mini Drip Coffee Maker

This no-frills machine has a small footprint (6” by 8” by 10”) that makes it perfect for dorm rooms or studio apartment kitchens.

Best drip coffee machine for small spaces

Smeg Drip Filter Coffee Machine

This statement-making drip machine would look at home in the iconic 1950’s I Love Lucy kitchen.

Most stylish drip coffee machine

When you hear the phrase “coffee maker,” in all likelihood you picture a drip coffee machine. In the U.S. drip coffee is the default. It’s the kind you get at diners, poured from a glass carafe with a black plastic handle (orange for decaf), kept on a burner for a questionably long time. When you go to Starbucks and ask for coffee — it’s drip. In the average hotel room, you’ll find a drip coffee machine.

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