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Todd English 1420W Single Serve Continuous Brew Programmable Coffee Brewer
Serve your coffee cravings with single-serve love! This amazing single serve coffee brewer from Todd English will refresh both you and your decor! Fun fashion colors match your other Todd English collection in your kitchen while the state-of-the-art coffee machine lets you enjoy that perfect cuppa anytime the coffee cravings seize you. Your brewer is compatible with other single serve coffee packs, in addition to Todd English's capsules of hand-picked, small batch artisan roasted coffee from around the world (not included with brewer). Plus, the Drip Tray and Drip Tray Plate can be removed to accommodate larger travel mugs

  • Coffee Maker
  • Water Reservoir
  • Drip Tray
  • Instructions

  • Black - True black
  • Plum - Dark plum
  • Red - Bright red

  • One-touch control panel with illumination
  • Removable clear water reservoir
  • Three brewing sizes
  • Drip Tray and Drip Tray Plate can be removed to accommodate larger travel mugs
  • Compatible with other single serve coffee packs
  • Instant second cup brewing
  • Water level in front
  • Stop the brewing anytime
  • Auto shut off
  • Dishwasher safe reservoir and drip tray

Additional Information:
  • Dimensions: 11-1/2"H x 7-1/2"W x 13-1/2"D - 6.96 lbs
  • Power: 1420W-20V-60Hz-12A; 42" cord length
  • Warranty: One-year limited manufacturer's warranty; 312-526-3760
  • Country of Origin: China

Please see the Care Instructions tab for important care information.

Good Coffee Depends on Good Chemistry
Just like in cooking and love, the perfect cup of coffee is the result of impeccable chemistry in addition to the coffeemaker you use. Here are a few tips to keeping the chemistry up to par.

  • Don't microwave cooled coffee. Once cooled, coffee no longer retains the same chemical properties as a freshly brewed cup. Your best bet is to brew a new pot.
  • Don't keep your coffee past the expiration date. Commercial ground coffee usually should be kept in the refrigerator. If you have a little extra money in your budget, it's a real treat to splurge on fresh beans that you can grind at the grocery store. Or, if you have your own grinder, grind away just before brewing.
  • Store whole-bean coffee at room temperature.
  • Buy just the coffee you need each week on your weekly trip to the grocery store, just as you would your fruits, vegetables and other perishables.
  • If you're especially finicky about your coffee's flavor, use cold filtered water is for the ultimate purity.
  • Make the most of your coffee experience by taking a break and savoring the flavor. Enjoy!

    The first step to java enjoyment is choosing the best coffeemaker for your needs. If you haven't taken a look at coffeemakers in recent years, you'll be impressed with the number of options now available on many models. Read on for the lowdown on the most popular bells and whistles.

    Programmable Feature: This feature allows coffee lovers to preset when they want their java brewed. You can wake up to the smell of freshly brewed coffee much more delightful than an alarm clock, plus coffeemakers with this feature often include an automatic shut-off feature. Those are two less things you have to remember each morning.

    Water Filter Feature: This feature filters water before brewing the coffee, removing any impurities and creating a more pure pot of coffee.

    Cup Selector Feature: Coffeemakers with this feature allow you to select the number of cups you're brewing. This means that if you're brewing fewer cups, the brewing process is slowed, making for a richer flavor than would be produced with the first few cups of a large pot of coffee.

    Temperature Options: Some coffeemakers allow you to choose what temperature level the heat plate maintains, according to your own personal preferences.

    Paused Brewing Feature: This feature allows you to take the carafe away from the maker while it's brewing and pour yourself a cup. The sensor prevents dripping and spills. Simply return the carafe when you're done pouring and brewing will pick up where it left off.

    Coffee Grinder Feature: Some coffeemakers also come with coffee bean grinders attached. These help you brew the freshest and most tantalizing cup of all, experts say.

    Multiple Cup Options: If you entertain often, you may choose a larger 10, 12 or even more cups capacity. If you're the only coffee drinker in your household, a four-cup or one-serving coffeemaker may be just the ticket.

    Espresso Machines
    When you contemplate how much money (and time) can be saved by getting a home espresso machine versus buying your morning drink from a coffee shop, you'll begin to see why so many people have decided to brew espressos at home!

    Espresso, also referred to as caffe espresso, is a way of making coffee. It is created by filtering pressurized hot water through tightly packed and finely ground coffee beans. The end result is usually more "syrupy" than normal coffee but has the same flavor and caffeine as your typical morning cup o' joe. Espresso is often added to macchiatos, lattes and cappuccinos to increase the caffeine in each drink.

    Is there such thing as an "Espresso Bean"? In short, no. Espressos can actually be made of any type of coffee bean. In fact, any bean sold as ideal for use in espresso machines is just being marketed differently!

    Many people are surprised to find out that coffee beans are naturally green when harvested. It is through roasting that an untouched coffee bean is transformed into the flavorful bean connoisseurs love. Unroasted coffee beans have a unique flavor depending on their origin country. It is during the roasting process that the beans slowly lose their original flavor and gain a roasted one. The darker the bean, the harder it is to taste the original flavor.

    Types of Espresso Machines
    There are four different types of espresso machines: manual, semi-automatic, automatic and super-automatic. Though all four can produce good espresso, the amount of automation a machine has refers to how much direct interaction is needed with the machine to make a drink.

  • Semi-Automatic
    Semi-automatic machines have an automated pump to automate the delivery of water to the coffee so that a manual hand pump isn't necessary. It also features an automated temperature control for the boiler and activation switches to engage and disengage the pump. You are in control of when the pump turns on and off and, in turn, control the amount of water flow for every shot you make. Semi-automatic machines are able to maintain a good brewing temperature by automatically turning on the internal heating element whenever the machine detects a pre-determined drop in the boiler temperature.
  • Automatic
    Automatic espresso machines feature an automated pump, an automated temperature control for the boiler and frequently programmable preset water volume buttons that automate water delivery as well as regulate the brew volume. To get your espresso flowing, all you have to do is load up your portafilter with coffee, tamp it and lock it into place. Once you have hit your desired button, you can simply walk away - the machine will stop brewing once it has hit the preprogrammed amount.
  • Super-Automatic
    The super-automatic machines truly do it all with just the press of a button! These machines contain water reservoirs and integrated coffee grinders so that once the desired button is pressed, they will grind the right amount of beans, tamp the ground beans, extract the predetermined amount of coffee and then get rid of the leftover puck (leftover ground coffee) into an internal dump box. Without any work, you can enjoy your shot of espresso or use it to make a cappuccino, latte or macchiato!

    • Make sure the brewer is unplugged before cleaning. Regular cleaning of the Brewer's external components is recommended. Allow to cool before performing any cleaning tasks.
    • Never immerse the Brewer in water or other liquids. The Housing and other external components may be cleaned with a soapy, damp, non-abrasive cloth.
    • The Drip Tray can accumulate liquids. The Drip Tray and Drip Tray Plate should be periodically inspected and cleaned with a damp, soapy, nonabrasive lint-free cloth. The Drip Tray and Drip Tray Plate should not be put into the dishwasher. To remove the Drip Tray Assembly, simply slide it toward you, keeping it level at all times to avoid spilling accumulated liquids.
    • Remove the Reservoir and its Lid from the brewer, take off the Lid and turn the Reservoir upside down over a sink to pour out any remaining water. Always empty the Reservoir between uses and use fresh water for each brew.

    Check out the Use and Care Instructions for more information and ideas.


    • Mineral content in bottled or filtered water varies. Depending on the mineral content of the water, calcium deposits or scale may build up in your Brewer. Scale is non-toxic but can hinder Brewer performance. De-scaling your Brewer helps maintain the heating element and other internal parts of the Brewer that come in contact with water. The Brewer should be de-scaled every 3-6 months, or when there are white deposits in the reservoir. It is possible for calcium deposits to build up faster, making it necessary to de-scale more often. Instructions assume the brewer is using the default serving sizes. If you have reset the sizes, adjust the amounts of liquids given here.
    • You will need 8 ounces of undiluted white vinegar, a 10-ounce (or larger) cup or other container, and access to a sink.
    • Fill reservoir with 8 ounces of undiluted white vinegar, and close the Brewer Head WITHOUT placing a capsule in the Capsule Housing.
    • Place the cup or other container on the Drip Tray Plate.
    • Start a brew by pressing the middle Serving Size button, but power off the Brewer just after it starts to dispense the vinegar by pressing the same button until the unit beeps twice. Allow the brewer to sit for at least 30 minutes.
    • After the prescribed period of time, fill the Reservoir to the Max line with water. Perform a brew by pressing the Large serving size button and without adding a capsule. Empty the contents of the cup or container into the sink, being extremely careful, as contents will be hot.
    • Repeat Step 5 four more times, adding water to the Reservoir when necessary and emptying the cup each time. This process will rinse the internal plumbing and get rid of any residual vinegar. The Brewer is now ready to return to normal use.


    • Always empty the reservoir before storing.
    • Store Brewer in the upright position in a safe and frost-free environment.
    • If the Brewer is stored in a cold environment, there is the risk of condensation freezing inside the Brewer and causing damage.
    • If the Brewer has been in a below-freezing environment, let it warm to room temperature for 2 hours before using.
    • After removing the Brewer from storage, wipe the reservoir with a damp, lint-free cloth and run three Cleansing Brews (see Helpful Hints, page 8) before brewing with a capsule.


    • Initial Cleansing Brew-To ensure that it works perfectly, this brewer was factory tested with water. A small amount of water may still be in the brewer when it is first unpacked. After removing all packaging and before using your Brewer for the first time, run clean water through the brew cycle without using a capsule, following the instructions that follow.
    • Place brewer upright on a flat surface, and plug into outlet.
    • To turn on the brewer, press the On /Off button. That button, and the three Serving Size buttons will start to blink. Once the brewer is ready to heat water, the lights will stay lit but stop blinking.
    • Remove Reservoir and Reservoir Lid. Fill Reservoir with water to the MAX fill line. The brewer will not function if water falls below the MIN level.
    • Return Reservoir with Reservoir Lid to the brewer. NOTE: There is a hook along the top edge of the Reservoir. It must align with the corresponding space on the brewer base so that the Reservoir is seated properly, which prevents water from leaking during operation.
    • Lift the Brewer Head Handle and insert a capsule into the Capsule Housing. DO NOT peel off the foil cover of the capsule. CAUTION: Avoid coming into contact with the sharp piercing pin inside the Brewer Head, even though it is not visible when the handle is lifted.
    • Close by pressing down on the Brewer Head Handle. NOTE: Capsule will be punctured when the Brewer Head is closed.
    • Place a coffee cup on the drip tray. NOTE: The Drip Tray and Drip Tray Plate can be removed to accommodate larger travel mugs. (Cups and mugs are not included.)
    • Select a serving size by pressing the appropriate button, which will begin blinking. NOTE: The process can be stopped manually by pressing the same Serving Size button until 2 beeps are heard.
    • When the brewing process is done, the brewer stops automatically. The Serving Size button stops blinking and 2 beeps will sound. NOTE: While the internal water pump stops during the brewing process, that does not mean the process is complete. The button will continue to blink for 20 seconds to allow time for steam and/or residual water to escape. Do not lift the handle while the button is blinking. The buttons will stay lit-without blinking-until the brewer is turned off by pressing On/Off.
    • Your delicious beverage is ready. Gently slide the cup or mug horizontally off the Drip Tray, or carefully lift it out of the Drip Tray Base (if Drip Tray is not used).
    • Prior to opening the Brewer Head, always allow residual drips/steam to escape completely, and collect in the Drip Tray.
    • Remove the used capsule from the brewer with two fingers by lifting on either side, and keeping your hands clear of the Water Outlet on the underside of the Brewer Head. CAUTION: NEVER lift the Brewer Head Handle while the machine is brewing. If the unit is opened while brewing, the pump will stop operating, all illuminated buttons will flash, and a beep will sound, all to warn of the danger of scalding from hot water coming out of the Brewer Head. IMMEDIATELY close the Brewer Head by lowering the Brewer Head Handle. NOTE: The brewer will automatically turn off when not in use after 15 minutes. See page 8 to change the default to 1 or 2 hours after last use.