8 Connected coffee makers that will make mornings better

For anyone who loves coffee, there’s nothing better than waking up to the smell of a freshly brewed cup of steaming java. These connected coffee makers will help you start the process from your bed.

8 Connected coffee makers that will make mornings better
  • What is a connected coffee maker? Whereas most coffee makers are operated with push-button controls, connected machines can be controlled digitally via Wi-Fi.
  • Why do I need a connected coffee machine? It gives you more options, and allows you to order coffee from the other end of the house.
  • What are the best connected coffee makers in 2019? You’ve come to the right place — here’s a roundup of our favorites.

Many of us struggle to rise in the morning. Only the thought of fresh coffee, and the associated caffeine hit, can make things better. If you want to wake up to the smell of freshly brewed java, take a look at these connected coffee machines.

Behmor Connected Temperature Control Coffee Maker

This compact machine has its own iOS and Android apps, which provide precise control over temperature and soaking time. Better still, you can control the Behmor via Amazon Alexa, while Amazon Dash support means you will never run out of coffee.

Price: $199.95 USD

Spinn Versatile Coffee Maker

The chic, metallic curves of Spinn hint at the advanced tech that lies within this bean-to-cup coffee maker. The companion app lets you control the whole process, from the grind to the brew. You can even order new coffee through the app.

Price: $499 USD

Saeco GranBaristo Avanti Coffee Machine

You can think of this shining beast as the Ferrari of coffee makers. Along with a variety of amazing features — such as a variable pressure brewing chamber — the GranBaristo Avanti lets you select the perfect strength, coffee volume, temperature, and amount of froth via the companion app.

Price: $2,239.97 USD

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Smarter 2nd Generation Connected Coffee Machine

Smarter’s coffee machine lets you control the brewing process via your smartphone, through Alexa, or with the help of Google Home. The app also lets you check on the remaining capacity, and you get a notification when your coffee is ready.

Price: $249.99 USD

Illy Y5 iperEspresso Espresso and Coffee Machine

This capsule-based machine from Illy delivers very tasty coffee, and it also offers a couple of smart features. Once you download the free MyIlly app, you can control the temperature and size of your brew via Bluetooth.

Price: $399 USD

Breville-Nespresso Expert Espresso and Coffee Maker

Before you go to bed, you can program the Expert coffee maker with your coffee requirements for the morning. The machine will then create a delicious brew at the scheduled time. The Nespresso app also has a range of other options to play with.

Price: $329.95 USD

Hamilton Beach Alexa-Enabled Smart Coffee Maker

Freshly launched at CES 2019, this affordable coffee maker from Hamilton Beach comes with Alexa control baked in. There’s also a companion app, which lets you control basic functions and schedule morning coffee. It’s due to go on sale in Q2 2019.

Price: $79.99 USD, coming soon

Hamilton Beach Alexa-Enabled Smart Coffee Maker - 8 Connected coffee makers that will make mornings better

Hamilton Beach’s new machine works with AMazon Alexa (Credit: James Martin / CNET)

Bonaverde Berlin Intelligent Coffee Maker

This remarkable new machine turns fresh beans into delicious coffee using an RFID-based grinding and roasting system. More interesting still is the new control system — you can literally control the Berlin by sending it commands on Messenger.

Price: $1,126.58 USD

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How would you schedule your coffee with these connected coffee machines? Let’s compare notes in the comments!

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Meet Mark Myerson

Mark is best known for writing about apps, but he also loves the tactile, hardware side of technology. Being a professional photographer, he's pretty handy with a camera, and he's a self-confessed tweetaholic.
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