The Moccamaster is hands-down my favorite coffee pot. It makes delicious pour-over quality coffee, brews extremely fast, and has an automatic 90-minute shutoff feature, giving me the peace of mind I need every time I jet out the door in a hurry. The only problem? It almost never goes on sale, making it a pricey purchase for many coffee drinkers.
Thankfully, Amazon is running a major Prime Day sale on the Moccamaster, allowing you to grab one for just $250. With a retail price of $359, this Prime Day Moccamaster deal will save you 33% — allowing you to give your morning routine the upgrade it deserves, all on a budget.
Pour-over coffee is for people with the time and patience to make their coffee one cup at a time with a million steps in between. I have neither time nor patience, plus I'm not the best at making coffee — but what I do have is a need for caffeine. With my Moccamaster and its easy-to-follow ratios for coffee to water, spray-over drip mechanism, and super-fine filter, I manage to make a delightfully drinkable pot of coffee. I was so blown away by it when I first got it that I wrote a Moccamaster review, pledging my love for it and promising it will change how you view drip coffee.
The retail $359 price tag makes many people think twice about ordering it — I get it. But when it's priced at $239.99 for Prime Day, it becomes a splurge that's doable for more people, especially in the name of upgrading your morning ritual on a daily basis.
As for what exactly makes this drip coffee maker so special, the water is superheated and then sprayed over the grounds much in the way a pour-over cup of coffee is made, saturating all of the grounds before it is filtered into the 10-cup pot. Plus, it looks absolutely gorgeous on my countertop. And let me tell you, taking advantage of this Prime Day deal won't just be a gift to yourself — it's also an investment in your future — it's just that good.
Cat Bowen has been writing about all things parenting for well over a decade. She spends her days researching, reviewing, and testing everything from strollers to breast pumps to changing tables. Her work has been featured in Romper, Bustle, and franchised across dozens of media outlets. In her spare time she loves volunteering at her kids' schools, reading everything she can get her hands on, running, and cooking for her family.