• Moccamaster coffee maker, Technivorm
  • Moccamaster coffee maker, Technivorm
  • Moccamaster coffee maker, Technivorm
  • Moccamaster coffee maker, Technivorm
  • Moccamaster coffee maker, Technivorm
  • Moccamaster coffee maker, Technivorm
  • Moccamaster coffee maker, Technivorm

Moccamaster coffee maker

Moccamaster KBG 741 AO filter coffee maker by Technivorm.

This Moccamaster coffee machine is a classic design which produces an exemplary cup of coffee via a traditional filter brewing process.

Filter coffee offers a healthy option in comparison to other brewing methods since the filtering process ensures it contains lower levels of cafestol, a compound which raises cholesterol levels. Filter coffee machines are also more energy efficient and create less waste than those using capsules.

Moccamaster heats up water to the optimum brewing temperature of between 92°C and 96°C to extract the full flavour from your coffee beans, producing 1.25 litres of coffee (approximately 10 cups) within 6 minutes. The dual-heat-switch operated hotplate maintains coffee at 80°-85°C for 40 minutes.

Features include a brew basket with automatic drip stop and a jug lid with a mixing tube to ensure the coffee is consistent in taste throughout the brew.

To ensure the safety of use, the brewing element switches off automatically after all water has run through, and the brewing element and hot plate work independently.

Moccamaster coffee machines are hand-assembled in the Netherlands using the highest quality components and rigorously tested to ensure exacting quality control and guarantee long-lasting performance. Wherever possible, Technivorm makes use of recyclable and BPA-free materials.

Use with Moccamaster coffee filters, which may be purchased with the coffee maker or separately.

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Moccamaster KBG 741 AO filter coffee maker by Technivorm.

This Moccamaster coffee machine is a classic design which produces an exemplary cup of coffee via a traditional filter brewing process.

Filter coffee offers a healthy option in comparison to other brewing methods since the filtering process ensures it contains lower levels of cafestol, a compound which raises cholesterol levels. Filter coffee machines are also more energy efficient and create less waste than those using capsules.

Moccamaster heats up water to the optimum brewing temperature of between 92°C and 96°C to extract the full flavour from your coffee beans, producing 1.25 litres of coffee (approximately 10 cups) within 6 minutes. The dual-heat-switch operated hotplate maintains coffee at 80°-85°C for 40 minutes.

Features include a brew basket with automatic drip stop and a jug lid with a mixing tube to ensure the coffee is consistent in taste throughout the brew.

To ensure the safety of use, the brewing element switches off automatically after all water has run through, and the brewing element and hot plate work independently.

Moccamaster coffee machines are hand-assembled in the Netherlands using the highest quality components and rigorously tested to ensure exacting quality control and guarantee long-lasting performance. Wherever possible, Technivorm makes use of recyclable and BPA-free materials.

Use with Moccamaster coffee filters, which may be purchased with the coffee maker or separately.

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32w x 17d x 36cmh
Weight 2.8kg
Supplied with 135cm cord.

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The Moccamaster has a solid aluminium housing, powder-coated in a variety of colours. All removable parts are easy to clean and easy to replace if necessary.

The KBG 741 AO model is available in eight different colourways: white metallic, polished silver, orange, royal blue, red, stone grey, black and brushed silver.

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Dutch company Technivorm has been making the renowned Moccamaster coffee-makers since 1964, when it was founded by industrial designer Gerard Clement Smit.

Dutch company Technivorm has been making the renowned Moccamaster coffee-makers since 1964, when it was founded by industrial designer Gerard Clement Smit.

Smit originally founded Technivorm to produce the step ladders and shelf-stacking systems he had designed, but a coffee grinder was also amongst its first products and this design eventually evolved to become the primary focus of Techinform's energies. Following on from the success of its innovative coffee grinder, Technivorm developed its first filter coffee maker for use in the home in 1968. 

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