Capresso 464.05 CoffeeTeam GS 10-Cup Digital Coffeemaker with Conical Burr Grinder

Capresso 464.05 CoffeeTeam GS 10-Cup Digital Coffeemaker with Conical Burr Grinder

  • Fully programmable 10-cup coffeemaker with built-in conical burr grinder
  • Digital control panel; 5 grind settings from coarse to fine; 5 brew amounts
  • 6-ounce bean container; adjustable strength; clock and timer; brew-pause function
  • Brew with or without the grinder; 2-hour auto shut-off for safety; water filter included
  • Measures approximately 9-1/5 by 9-1/5 by 15-1/5 inches

Capresso – CoffeeTEAM GS Coffee Maker / Grinder Combination The first coffee maker / grinder combination machine with a CONICAL BURR* GRINDER and DIRECT FEED Technology! Just pour in the beans, program the time and the amount of coffee to be ground and CoffeeTEAM GS does the rest! Sleek and streamlined, the NEW CoffeeTEAM GS features a space-saving design, plus convenient features that make it easy to grind and brew fresh and flavorful coffee every day. Sleek LookFeature and Benefits The CoffeeTEAM GS lets you program the amount of coffee you want to grind: choose from 2, 4, 6, 8 or 10 cups and select mild, regular or strong. The coffee filter holder stays inside the machine during grinder preserving more aroma and reducing mechanical
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  1. femgeek says:
    336 of 339 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    As good as it gets (in grind&brew), November 6, 2009
    femgeek (Pacific NW (USA)) –

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    This review is from: Capresso 464.05 CoffeeTeam GS 10-Cup Digital Coffeemaker with Conical Burr Grinder (Kitchen)

    I’m writing from the perspective of someone who has owned more grind&brew coffeemakers than the typical coffee addict. This one is as good a grind&brew machine as anyone makes.

    First, the negatives:
    – It is definitely loud and long in grinding, as other owners mention. The burr grinding process is wonderfully consistent compared to blade grinding, but it seems to take forever and the noise is enough to wake up the … sleeping.

    – It doesn’t have a way to dump out the unusued coffee beans if you want to change blends to another bean (though you can still put pre-ground coffee in the basket while there are beans waiting to be ground.)

    – The carafe does tend to make a sort of “cracking” sound when it sits on the hotplate sometimes.

    I have owned some of the most popular, and some unusual, grind & brew machines in the past 30+ years, including a very different Capresso long, long ago. There are some models/brands that only have a single grind possibility (no settings), some that require constant cleaning of parts, some that fall apart within the year and don’t have even that much warranty, and one that was going to cost an extra $65 to replace the faulty super-recessed lid switch, which died after 4 months, without which it was totally unusable. There’s only one of those previous coffeemakers that I’d buy again by choice, and they stopped making it over 20 years ago.

    This Capresso is well made, nicely packaged, and has all the features I want:
    – Fineness of grind is controlled with 5 possible settings
    – Amount of beans ground (from the hopper that holds approx. 2-3 pots of beans) is settable in 2-cup increments from 2 to 10 cups.
    – “Aroma” (i.e. darkness & flavor) is controlled with 3 settings, which in combination with other controls seems designed to yield every possible preference for “perfect” coffee.
    – It has automatic shut-off. (One of the much-lower-priced grind&brew machines doesn’t have this feature, which I think should be mandatory on coffeemakers considering how many fires are started by overheating appliances.)
    – It has drip-trip, which is critical as I often don’t want to wait for the full pot to brew before I take a cup in the morning.
    – It’s completely programmable. Not only can you set a start time, but you can associate specific settings with the programmed time that are not the same as the current settings.

    Other pluses that are less quantifiable:
    – It doesn’t seem to cause me to spill water all over the counter in filling it, like the last one I had. I have no idea what design elements affect this, I just know that it happens with some coffeemakers & not others.
    – It takes some parts in common with the other-brand grind&brew that I last had, which started leaking when brewing. The charcoal filters and basket, at the least, seem in common with many other brands.

    It cost quite a bit compared to some of the more popular models but, frankly, I’m convinced it’s worth the extra investment.


    I had problems with my coffeemaker (not dripping, though the grinder was fine) just under a year from purchase. I contacted Capresso — pay attention to their website advisory that Monday morning is the worst time to contact them! Despite the fact that I thought it was just past the warranty expiration, when actually it was just before the end-date, they were very helpful in getting it repaired at no charge, and they paid all shipping both ways.

    Two weeks later, I now have a like-new or new (I’m not sure which) coffeemaker. I have to admit that I had no idea just how hooked I was on the quality of coffee I can make so easily with the Capresso. But in the interim, everything else has been tasting like dishwater by comparison.

    I’m not only thrilled to have my coffeemaker back, but I’m happy to report that Capresso stands behind their products so amicably and thoroughly.

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  2. Steven Dennis says:
    299 of 304 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Grind & Brew, Although It Is a Bit Loud, October 10, 2009
    Steven Dennis (Reston, VA USA) –

    This review is from: Capresso 464.05 CoffeeTeam GS 10-Cup Digital Coffeemaker with Conical Burr Grinder (Kitchen)

    I’m a Top 1000 Reviewer here at Amazon, but haven’t reviewed anything in years — until now. The Capresso 464 compelled me.
    First things first. This is not my first grind and brew. My old Melitta Mill & Brew, with its faulty plastic latch long since broken had become a drag. For years I had to put a box of chicken stock on top of the grind chamber to keep it shut so it would work! And while it made pretty good coffee, it seemed to waste grounds by spraying them inside the grinder basket. And the daily cleanup ritual had started to make the whole idea of grinding and brewing in one device seem only of marginal value. And yet, the alternatives, including a best-selling Cuisinart model, have notorious bad reviews here at Amazon for being a total chore to clean.

    Enter the Capresso CoffeeTeam GS, which solves all of my problems with its ingenious design. No longer do you have to measure the coffee. The CoffeeTeam GS will brew from 2 to 10 cups automatically, grinding just the right amount of beans with no guesswork. Cleanup is a breeze. The filter basket swings out and is easily washed. And because the grinding occurs in a separate chamber from the filter basket, there is no wasted coffee.

    The quality of the coffee is also exactly what I want — hot, and with the full flavor of the bean preserved by the conical burr grinders. If you want stronger or weaker coffee, it’s very easy to do. You can also choose finer or coarser grinds depending on the type of coffee you are using (oily coffee should be coarser, light coffee finer).

    There are two items that are drawbacks, but I don’t mind them so am still giving this five stars. First, the grinder is wake-up-your-wife loud. And it can go for 40 seconds if you are making a full pot. It’s not so loud that it hurts your ears, but it is not pleasant, and Capresso would have done well to add some amount of noise insulation. Second, because of the design, a small amount of ground coffee is left in the machine every time. This is an issue in two respects. First, switching from one type of coffee to another is not instantaneous, because invariably there is this overlap. Second, if you leave the machine unused for more than about a week, Capresso recommends cleaning out the coffee chamber and using new coffee. That’s because the coffee will get a little more stale with each passing day. But like I said, in my mind these are very minor complaints to a really great product!

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  3. Ross Dunning says:
    65 of 65 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great coffee maker great service, January 12, 2010
    Ross Dunning

    This review is from: Capresso 464.05 CoffeeTeam GS 10-Cup Digital Coffeemaker with Conical Burr Grinder (Kitchen)

    This is my first review but I’m taking the time to express how impressed I am with this product and the company. I bought the coffee maker/burr grinder combo because of my annoyance with grinding beans that get all over the place. This coffee maker grinder/combo works wonderfully. Put the beans in, set the grind setting, and there you go. The consistency of the grind is awesome! I have it set to grind the finest with a mix of esspresso and columbian beans with no clogging problems at all for over a month now. I was wary because I had heard gripes about how loud the grinder is but I really found it to be quieter than my previous stand alone Cappresso grinder which cost $60 alone. I get up at 0400 and it doesn’t wake up the rest of the house. The best part was the customer service. After a couple of days, I noticed that the clock appeared to be off. I measured it over several days and it ended up that the digital clock ran fast which messed up the programmed time I wanted coffee in the morning. I was worried that it would be a pain to return since I bought it on the internet and return or repair would be a hassel. When I called the 800 number for Capresso in the manual and told them my story they sent me out a replacement unit (without even requiring proof or info that I purchased the unit from a third party). The new unit arrived with return UPS label (I didn’t need to pay for shipping for the new unit or return) and it works great!

    I recommend this purchase whole heartedly. If your looking at this machine because you want great fresh coffee with NO mess and NO worries, this is the machine and the company for you!

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