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Cuisinart PRC-12

Cuisinart PRC-12
alaAverage 2.8

4 reviews

May, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of Cuisinart PRC-12. The average rating for this product is 2.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Coffee & Espresso Makers for all reviews. Reviewers really like the size. The usability also gets good feedback.

design, usability, size

On average, users rate this product 55/100.

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Cuisinart PRC-12


The Cuisinart PRC-12 can make twelve cups of coffe at one timer it is very smal and looking very simple. it is not much weighted you can put it easily abny where in your kitchen it ha it is very simple to use. any one can use it very esily it is...



Dec, 2008

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Classic Coffemaker


Overview of the product: Cuisinart PRC-12 is a classic stainless steel percolator that is designed to have an admirable exterior. It exhibit exlusive performance that serves to be a pefect compliment to kitchen decor. Technical details: 1)This coffee...

Attractive designed, convenient to handle


Dec, 2008

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Looks good but avoid it


My wife surprised me with this gorgeous percolator when we moved into our new house last year. It was a beautiful addition for our morning coffee, and it worked as nice as it looked, that is for 9 months! There is little need to describe the merits of...


Does not last

Apr, 2008

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Rusty Coffee


Graduated coffee basket, small holes in basket, detachable base.

Rust forms on a nut inside the pot

Oct, 2006

Product Specifications

Cuisinart brings its coffee-making expertise to the 12-cup model of our classic stainless steel percolator. Piping hot water percolates through the grounds, and pulses up into the glass knob on top to create the familiar "perk-perk" sound that coffee lovers love