Question about Bunn NHB Coffee Maker
This machine should work fine as a pour-over. Actually evaporation would be no different if the machine was hooked up to a water line as this model does not use a probe to maintain water level. And since the element feeds through the bottom of the tank, it would take a lot of evaporation to burn it out. As with all Bunn coffee makers, use somewhat regularly and they will be fine.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
Bunn's official position is that this brewer must be hooked up to a water line. The problem with using these as a pourover is the evaporation of the water. it doesn't take much of a loss of water to burn out the element in those models.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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