Hamilton Beach 40515 42-Cup Coffee Urn, Silver

August 18, 2017 - Comment

Makes 12 to 42 cups. Cup-per-minute brewing speed. Water-level indicators. Ready-to-serve light. Easy to fill. 2-way dispenser. Twist-lock lid and large handles. Removable cord. Glossy aluminum finish. Comfortable handles. Easy to clean and store. Dishwasher safe twist-lock lid and brew basket.Ideal for buffet-style entertaining at home or as a self-serve option at a large business

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Makes 12 to 42 cups. Cup-per-minute brewing speed. Water-level indicators. Ready-to-serve light. Easy to fill. 2-way dispenser. Twist-lock lid and large handles. Removable cord. Glossy aluminum finish. Comfortable handles. Easy to clean and store. Dishwasher safe twist-lock lid and brew basket.Ideal for buffet-style entertaining at home or as a self-serve option at a large business meeting, this coffee urn brews and holds between 12 and 42 cups of coffee. Designed to serve crowds, the polished aluminum urn brews about a cup of coffee per minute and has a ready-to-serve light that lets you know when you can start pouring. The two-way dispenser depresses to fill a single cup or can be propped in the vertical position to fill a larger carafe. Water level markings inside the urn help you accurately fill the urn to the proper water level. For safety, this coffee urn has heat-resistant handles and a locking lid for easier carrying without spillage. Other convenient features include a dishwasher-safe lid and brew basket and a detachable cord for easy storage. Hamilton Beach provides a 2-year limited warranty on this appliance. –Cristina Vaamonde

Product Features

  • Makes 12 to 42 cups
  • Ready-to-serve light
  • Easy to fill
  • 2-way dispenser
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards

Comments

scott strachan says:

My First Coffee urn Length:: 2:14 Mins 

Matt Kaufman says:

Great for large groups. I needed to serve coffee at an event I threw. I read the reviews of many of the machines online and decided to go with this one. It’s very easy to setup and use. The hardest part is filling it up with so much water. It holds a lot of water, so you really should fill it up near your water source. It gets a little heavy when full, so keep that in mind too. Once you’ve got your water in, you put in the coffee holder at the top. Then put in the coffee and plug it in. It goes to work…

Eric Lyman says:

Good bang for the buck.. We purchased this item last year after my father-in-law passed away because the local party equipment rental place charges about $20/day to rent a large cofee urn. It essentially paid for itself in the few days we had extended family with us. Since then, it’s been loaned out for a wedding, been used for several work functions, and other family get togethers.¬†

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