The 7 Best Drip Coffee Makers on Amazon, According to Happy Reviewers

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While we're admittedly fans of fancy espresso-based beverages like cappuccinos and pumpkin spice lattes, sometimes we just want a quick, simple cup of coffee to get our morning jolt. And whether you take your coffee black or with cream and sugar, we can all agree on a few things: We want it piping hot—and fast. Enter the drip coffee maker. Genius in its simplicity, this mighty machine offers caffeine fiends mug-worthy drips in minutes.

For the no-nonsense coffee drinker, here are some of the best drip coffee makers on the market right now. Ranging from $16 to $127, there's an option for every brew lover's budget. Get ready to add these to your shopping cart. After all, is there anything better than the aroma of a fresh pot of coffee wafting through your kitchen first thing in the a.m.?

Click through the gallery below to shop the best drip coffee makers on Amazon, according to enthusiastic reviewers.

Cuisinart Brew Central 12 Cup Programmable Coffee Maker $77

"The auto shutoff is a wonderful and useful feature—no burned coffee forgotten in the carafe. Couldn't be happier with this product!" — Vieux Bob

BUNN GRB Velocity Brew 10-Cup Home Coffee Brewer $94

"I love good coffee. And this thing definitely makes it! No bitter taste, very fast, reliable and easy to use. [It keeps] water boiling in the tank at all times so when you add water to it to make coffee, the hot water comes out immediately and the new water you added replaces the hot water and begins heating for later. Genius move by BUNN!" — Jacob Gindi

Mr. Coffee 4-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker, DRX5 $20

"I finally gave in and bought the last device I ever wanted in my home, the device that seemed to stand for laziness and mediocrity. A Mr. Coffee generic drip coffee machine… The result? THE BEST CUP OF DRIP I'VE HAD SINCE MY RETURN TO COFFEE!" — Jonah Spool

Cuisinart Coffee-on-Demand 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker $74

"Great, easy to use and clean solution for 'coffee on demand.' Basically, brews coffee into a heated 'tank' and then you dispense coffee by pressing a lever down. It has a nifty gauge that shows you how much coffee is left." — MarcKatyTexas

Black+Decker 5-Cup Coffeemaker $16

"In a world where everything seems to be a complex computer controlled wonder, Bluetooth this, Facebook that, timer whatsits, and e-/i-whatevers, this machine stands out. Why? Because its a $17 coffee maker, it does nothing special other than make coffee. Guess what, it makes coffee." — Joebob Furious

Bonavita 8-Cup Carafe Coffee Brewer $127

"This coffee maker is my current obsession! I've been in the market for coffee makers for ages, and I am so happy with this one. I'm the only coffee drinker in my house, and I've been so disappointed with all the single-cup coffee makers on the market. I do like French press coffee, but I don't have time for the maintenance. This coffee maker has proven to be the perfect match for me!" — TimmysMom

Mr. Coffee 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker $27

"I bought this coffee maker because I'm not a morning person. I absolutely love drinking coffee, but I hate waking up knowing I have to go prepare it and then wait… I looked into Mr. Coffee because it's definitely a cheap alternative for what I'm looking for (a coffee maker that brews a delicious cup of coffee automatically). It's just an awesome coffee maker that wakes me up to the sensational coffee smell every morning." — Tiffany

Up next: We put two fancy coffee machines head-to-head—and found a clear winner.

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