Coffee is an essential part of many small business kitchens. So in order to keep yourself and your team caffeinated and happy, a great coffee maker is a must. Here are 25 different options for your next small business office coffee maker.
Office Coffee Machines for Your Small Business
Bunn Commercial Coffee Brewer
The classic business coffee maker, this Bunn model features multiple warmers and glass decanters for coffee-loving teams. It’s also a fairly durable option with prices ranging from about $250 to $350.
Hamilton Beach Brew Station
You can also brew a large amount of coffee in a large brew station like this one from Hamilton Beach, which will keep your brewed coffee fresh for long periods of time. Prices start at around $40.
Black & Decker 5-Cup Coffeemaker
This basic coffee maker comes from a well known brand and is perfect for smaller teams that just need a basic, durable machine at an affordable price (around $15.99).
Cuisinart 14-Cup Carafe
If you need a coffee maker that can handle a larger volume and has a few more advanced features, this Cuisinart model is programmable and made from stainless steel and glass. Plus it makes up to 14 cups at once. It’s also a bit more expensive at around $85.
Mr. Coffee Programmable Coffeemaker
You don’t have to spend much to get a programmable coffee maker. This Mr. Coffee model is very basic, but still lets you set brewing times and makes up to 12 cups for just $19.99.
Keurig K55 Single Serve Coffee Maker
If you have few employees or people with different coffee preferences, a single serve coffee maker might be more in line with your needs. This Keurig device works with individual K-cups and costs about $90.
Hamilton Beach 2-Way Coffee Maker
For those offices that could benefit from having both a full-pot and single serve coffee maker, this Hamilton Beach model provides both of those functions in one for $129.99.
Presto 12-Cup Stainless Steel Coffee Maker
A more old school approach to coffee brewing, this Presto machine can brew 12 cups in about a minute and is fairly durable for regular office use.
KitchenAid Coffee Maker with One-Touch Brewing
From KitchenAid, this coffee maker provides a modern look with convenient features like one-touch brewing. It makes 12-cups at once and retails for about $95.
Bunn Velocity Coffee Brewer
This Bunn coffee maker is known for its brewing speed, with the ability to make a full pot of coffee in under three minutes. It also has a hot water system that makes on-demand brewing easy, perfect for small teams that make coffee constantly throughout the day. It retails for about $89.
Ninja Coffee Bar Brewer
To give your small business team several different coffee options, you could go with a machine like this Ninja Coffee Bar Brewer. It has a full carafe, single-serve feature and the ability to make other types of coffee drinks. The machine starts around $150.
Bella Stainless and Chrome Programmable Coffee Maker
A fairly classic design, this Bella coffee maker is made with chrome and stainless steel, so it’s fairly durable for an office setting. And with a price ranging from $30 to $40, it’s a fairly solid and affordable option for small offices.
Braun Drip Coffee Maker
If you’re a fan of drip coffee, this Braun coffee maker can be a great option at just under $100. The programmable device offers different settings for coffee strength and other advanced features.
Cafe Amoroso Electric Coffee Urn
This large stainless coffee urn from Cafe Amoroso brews up to 30 cups of coffee at once and keeps it fresh throughout the day. Prices can range from about $40 to $85.
X Chef French Press Stainless Thermal Carafe
For those teams that enjoy French Press coffee, this thermal carafe can actually be used for coffee, tea or other beverages. The 51 oz carafe ranges in price from about $30 to $50.
Westinghouse Programmable Coffee Maker
This Westinghouse coffee maker is a fairly standard programmable model with a stainless steel front and 12-cup capacity. Price starts around $30.
West Bend Coffee Urn
This coffee urn from West Bend comes in several different sizes so you can choose the capacity that’s perfect for your team and keep a large amount of coffee on hand all day. Prices range from about $35 to $105 depending on the size you select.
DeLonghi 14-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker
This 14-cup programmable coffee maker from DeLonghi is made with stainless steel and comes with some advanced features like an LED display that lets you know how fresh the coffee is. The device retails for $68.99.
Bonavita 8-Cup Carafe
For offices with smaller teams, this carafe coffee maker from Bonavita is made with stainless steel and has some advanced features like auto-off and pre-infusion mode. It retails for just under $125.
Cuisinart Coffeemaker with Hot Water System
This Cuisinart machine is a coffee maker that also has a hot water system and works with different single-serve pouches so you can make anything from coffee and tea to soups. It retails for about $75.
Bodum Pour Over Coffee Maker
If you have a smaller staff and enjoy the taste of pour over coffee, this pour over coffee maker from Boden might suit your needs. It can brew up to 34 oz at a time and costs just under $20.
Homgeek Programmable Coffee Machine
This 12-cup programmable coffee maker from Homgeek has a timer, digital display and some other advanced features. The product is priced at $23.99.
Bialetti Stovetop Espresso Maker
If you and your employees enjoy espresso, this stovetop device from Bialetti is a cost effective and simple solution at just $22.40.
Hamilton Beach Commercial Coffee Urn
This stainless steel coffee urn from Hamilton Beach is even larger and more sophisticated from some of the others available. Available from about $75 to $180, the machine brews up to 60 cups of coffee at about a cup a minute.
Black & Decker Under Cabinet Coffee Maker
If you have some under-cabinet space in your kitchen, you can opt for something like this Black & Decker under the counter model, starting at $71.95.
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