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Note: If you want to include the serving set  Creamer & Sugar Serve Set choose it as an option.

The C30C was the third model built in the 50's and uses an all SS filter assembly. It is still using Alphonso Ianelli's design (the C20)  from 1938 with some improvements. They started production again in approx. 1947. What a beautiful art deco form follows function pot!!!

This model has the SS mesh filter and diffuser for no throw away items. Easy to clean, easy to use. It is a 6 cup model but you can get almost 8 cups to brew. Water reaches 208 degrees F and creates enough steam to push the water up the tube to the brew chamber. It roils the brew while steam comes up then after a minute the thermostat kicks to low heat. When the bottom cools sufficiently, it forms a vacuum sucking the coffee back down into the pot. Simple and effective. The secondary thermostat keeps it hot for serving. It is a quite beautiful, well designed pot that will last a lifetime.

This has original like new gaskets and re-set thermostats. Electrically all cleaned up and it is ready to make coffee the rest of your life!! Just take care of it and I will tell you how.

This one has a black lid.

Type : Automatic
Top Chamber Materials: Chrome / Copper
Bottom Chamber: Chrome Copper
Filter Type: SS Mesh
Lid Material: Plastic
Seal Material: Butyl Rubber

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by J. P.
on 1/26/2013
Recept of Sunbeam Coffeemaster C-30A
This unit is not only cosmetically near mint, but functions perfectly. Yes, one can find nice examples on Ebay, but I have the assurance that this one will function like a new one! It is always nice to purchase from someone who not only restore/repairs, but has a sincere interest in the history and preservation of vintage items. Thanks again Frank!
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