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Grab this $350 precision coffee maker for just $85

This precision coffee maker brings the barista to your kitchen.
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September 9, 2019
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For most of us, few things are as vital to our daily productivity than having a good cup of coffee in the morning. Whether you're prepping for a presentation or a class, getting that initial caffeine kick is of the utmost importance.

This Wilfa Precision Automatic Coffee Maker will take your morning coffee routine to the next level, and it's currently available for 75 percent off at just $85.

Also available in silver at a slightly higher price, this precision coffee maker is engineered to deliver exact temperatures and full water control—allowing it to produce the most flavorful results in a short period of time.

Developed in collaboration with Tim Wendelboe (recognized barista artist and owner of the Tim Wendelboe espresso bar), this sleek and stylish caffeine producer will allow you to make your perfect cup of coffee every morning without fail.

It also features an LED display with a kitchen timer and clock as well as a child safety lock function to prevent accidental operation, and you'll be able to adjust the amount of brewed coffee using flow controls.

Start brewing the perfect cup of coffee every morning with the Wilfa Precision Automatic Coffee Maker for just $85—75 percent off its usual price.

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