I wouldn’t normally recommend All-In-One coffee makers mainly because of the cost and if part of the system breaks, it usually makes the rest of the coffee maker useless. I normally recommend buying individual parts, like a separate grinder. With that said, I found 5 coffee makers with built-in grinders that are exceptional in build quality and its ability to also make a great pot of coffee. There are three out five coffee makers that stood out to me the most as being the Premium Pick, a Budget Pick & Best Over All Pick. I’ll explain the reasoning behind the criteria later in this article, but if you’re just interested in seeing which coffee makers are on the list, there’s a handy table below, just click on the coffee maker name to check the prices.
Automatic Coffee Makers with Grinders: POC & Co. Top Picks
|Brand||Coffee Capacity (cups)||Grinder||Notes|
|Barsetto Grind and Brew Automatic||10||Burr|
|KRUPS KM785D50 Grind and Brew||10||Burr||Best Over All Pick|
|Gevi Grind and Brew Coffee Maker||10||Burr|
|Breville BDC650BSS||12||Burr||Premium Pick|
|Cuisinart DGB-650BC Grind-and-Brew||10||Blade||Budget Pick|
I chose these 5 automatic coffee makers with a built-in grinder based on price, quality, customer support, and features. Quality means that the machine needs to be built nicely with minimal unnecessary parts. Price was also an important aspect, for more expensive machines we would expect certain features such as a burr grinder over a blade. Customer support plays a huge role in the recommendation decision ensuring that buyers would get needed help if there anything that broke. Lastly, the features of the coffee maker and how it compared to other coffee makers in the same price range.
Breville BDC650BSS (Best Premium Pick)
BDC650BSS is another quality piece of Breville kitchenware and makes our Best Premium Pick based on quality and price. There’s no doubt BDC650BSS is expensive for a coffee maker, but the brushed stainless steel body, canonical burr grinder and overall amazing tasting coffee makes this coffee maker one of the best in the market right now in the Premium range. I personally own several Breville kitchen equipment, the BDC650BSS coffee maker is definitely up to par with all other Breville equipment. To say that it’s beautiful for a coffee maker would be a great understatement. This top of the line premium Coffee Grinder/Maker has 8 coffee strength settings, a durable canonical burr grinder, an auto-start, and clean design. If there was one critique I could make about the BDC650BSS is the buttons and navigation could be a little bit better, it’s fairly clunky.
- Superb Build Quality, minimal plastics
- Multiple brew size options
- 8 strength settings
- Pre Ground option
- Autostart functionality
- Easy Cleaning
- Great Breville Customer Support
- Premium price
- Buttons are a little clunky
KRUPS KM785D50 Grind and Brew (Best Overall Pick)
KM785D50 is POC & Co. Best Overall Pick based on affordability & features. KM785D50 has a built-in 5 settings canonical burr grinder, pause to serve function, and an easy to use interface. The KM785D50 is also more affordable in comparison to the Breville BDC650BSS, but not nearly as good looking. The KM785D50 contains way more plastic part but does have all the features that the Breville BDC650BSS has, at a much lower price point. We chose the KRUPS KM785D50 as our best overall pick due to features, affordability and customer support. As of this writing, the KM785D50 has over 18 thousand reviews on Amazon and continues to be one of the best overall Coffee/Grinder combinations in the market today.
- Has features of expensive coffee makers
- 5 Grind settings
- Canonical burr grinder
- Too many plastic parts
Cuisinart DGB-650BC Grind-and-Brew (Best Budget Pick)
Cuisinart DGB-650BC Grind-and-Brew is our budget pick due to cost and features. The DGB-650BC features include fully programmable with Auto shut off, Brew Pause, 1- to 4-Cup setting, and grind-off option. DGB-650BC has most of the features from more expensive coffee/grinder makers, at a lower cost. One feature I really love about the DGB-650BC is the double-wall coffee carafe that will keep your coffee warm long after brewing is done. The biggest downside tot he DGB-650BC is the blade grinder, instead of a better more consistent burr grinder. If you’ve done a little bit of research about grinders, you may have noticed burr grinders are recommended by a lot of people. This is because burr grinders produce very consistent coffee particles producing better pots of coffee. The tradeoff in cost for the DGB-650BC is the lack of the burr grinder but instead comes with a cheaper less desirable blade grinder.
- Double-Walled metal carafe
- Great features for the price
- Stainless steel face
- Easy/Simple to use
- Blade Grinder (yuck)
Barsetto & Gevi Grind and Brew Automatic 10-cup
Note: I decided to put the Barsetto/Gevi Grind and Brew on the same review since they are very similar in feature and price. Barsetto is the parent company to the Gevi coffee maker.
The Barsetto/Gevi Grind and Brew coffee makers come fully featured with all the same bells & whistles that come in more expensive coffee/grinder makers. It has a user-friendly design, auto-start, brew pause, and most importantly a burr grinder built-in. The Barsetto & Gevi will keep your coffee warm up to 2 hours and allows you to choose between whole bean (will grind for you) and pre-ground coffee. The Gevi has the most feature-rich setting of all the coffee makers on this list, and also boasts 18 different grind settings to get the most out of your morning coffee. The Gevi coffee maker also has a reusable filter that’s dishwasher safe, also has few parts to clean overall.
- Easy to fill the rear tank
- Reusable filter
- Great Customer Support
- Canonical Burr Grinder
- User-friendly/Easy to use
- 18 Grind Settings
- Price (not as expensive as the Breville)
- Tall coffee maker
- This carafe
Final Thoughts & Conclusion
If you’re in the market for a new coffee maker, hopefully, this post has helped you outwit that decision. I’ve personally used the Breville and I would recommend it 9/10 times to people, but your budget will dictate what coffee maker is right for you. Overall, you can’t really go wrong with any of the choices I’ve listed in this article, it’s just a matter of budget & features that you want. If you have any experience you’d like to share with any of the coffee makers listed above or any other recommendations, please comment below and let me know.