Krups Expands Coffee Lineup for 2014

The T8.2 Moka BrewerThe T8.2 Moka Brewer

WEST ORANGE, N.J.-The Krups brand of Groupe SEB is adding four new coffeemakers to its product collection with the dawn of the new year.

The brand is expanding on its Moka Brewer line with the T8.2 Moka Brewer, which features a one-liter glass carafe, 850 watts of power, a stainless steel heating element and water tank, a safety latch to hold the carafe in place and a permanent filter. It is also launching the Barista Full Coffee One-Touch Cappuccino machine as a replacement for the EA9000 Barista machine, debuted last February, and offering two-step frothing technology, a one-touch digital screen, programmable customization of favorite recipes, an automatic cleaning system and a metal conical burr grinder.

The Krups Falcon EA84 Full Automatic is designed with a compact thermoblock system, a color touchscreen display, an exclusive latte tray to accommodate larger cups and an integrated potentiometer, which allows the adjustment of the amount of ground coffee needed for each recipe. The Krups 12-Cup Coffee Maker, which works with 950 watts of power, includes a 12-cup glass carafe, a programmable clock, an auto-on feature, an aroma function, a keep-warm function, automatic shutoff, a hinged water reservoir lid, a removable filter holder for easy cleaning, a permanent filter holder and coffee scoop, a removable filter basket and a water level indicator.

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