Hamilton Beach 45-Cup Coffee Urn Now $27.54 Shipped From Amazon

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Update: This is now $27.54 after the 5% clip coupon on the product page!

Update: DEAD!

Hamilton Beach 45-Cup Coffee Urn For $27.82 Shipped From Amazon

-Clip the 5% off coupon on the product page.

This was selling for $39.99 last week and is now just eight cents more than lowest price ever from Amazon.

  • Fast brewing, takes just 1 minute to brew each cup
  • Makes 15 to 45 cups
  • Ready-to-serve indicator light
  • Easy to fill with water-level marks
  • 2 way dispenser for single cup or continuous filling

HT: Davidthebest, via DDF

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S R A from monsey

Has anyone ever toveled this safely?


Yes I have. I dunked it, dried it and aired it out for 3 days before using it. Plugged it in and it worked fine. Please be advised, that this unit does not have a detachable power cord. The power cord is part of the unit. It was discontinued by the manufacturer. If you don’t plan on moving it around much in ways that could threaten the power cord, it will probably be a decent shabbos water urn, until the hard water corrodes the the water dispenser in front. It’s not expensive, so not a very big gamble.


Thanks. Bought one


Can this be used on Shabbos?


This is precisely the kind of unit we all used to is what we all used before urns became pump pots and before there were external tubes indicating water fill levels. Shabbos is OK for use and not an issue. However, Yom tov is an issue if you refill it with cold water. Doing so would turn off the red ‘ready’ light until it reboils. What I used to do was boil water on the stove on Yom Tov and then pour it in hot into the water urn, avoiding this problem.


$28 on walmart.com as well

shaindy FREEDMAN

I was told if you used distilled water it would not get a corroded inside.

Fairfax Avenue

Yes to distilled water! Our previous water urns corroded and quit on us. Our current urn has a spotless interior after 8 months of 24/7 use, filling with distilled water only.