A bad cup of coffee is just not right in the 21st century! It’s enough to turn a good mood into a bad mood and there is rarely time to start the process and start fresh. Treating yourself to your favorite brew every day can get pricey, so investing in a quality coffee machine is often a wise move.
Miele is a known brand for its quality home appliances and its range of coffee machines is no different We are going to compare the Miele CM6150 and the Miele CM6350 to decide which is the better buy. We will look at all of their features from appearance to the different drinks you can make. To help with the decision, we will include a comparison chart and some pros and cons.
There are quite a few similarities between the Miele CM6150 and the Miele CM6350. We will start with these features.
The following comparison chart will help to review the specifications of the Miele CM6150 and the Miele CM6350.
|Size||10 x 14.12 x 16.75 inches||10 x 14.12 x 16.75 inches|
|Dispenser Height||From 3.25- 5.6 inches||From 3.12- 5.5 inches|
|Color||Graphite gray, Lotus white, Obsidian black||Graphite gray, Lotus white, Obsidian black|
|Brewing Specialties||Espresso, coffee, long coffee, ristretto, cappuccino, latté macchiato, cafe latté, hot milk, milk froth||Espresso, coffee, long coffee, ristretto, cappuccino, latté macchiato, cafe latté, hot milk, milk froth|
|Hot Water Warmer||No||Yes|
|Thermal Milk Flask||No||Yes, stainless steel|
|Settings||One-Touch, 4 user profiles, 1 or 2 servings||One-Touch, 4 user profiles, 1 or 2 servings|
|Direct Sensor Control Panel||Yes||Yes|
|Capacity||8 cups||8 cups|
|Water Reservoir Capacity||7.5 cups||7.5 cups|
|Bean Container Capacity||0.6lbs||0.6lbs|
|Grounds Container Capacity||10 portions||10 portions|
|Warranty||2 years||2 years|
Side by side, the Miele CM6150 and the Miele CM6350 are identical. They both measure 10 x 14.12 x 16.75 inches and weigh 22 pounds. There is a choice of three colors, Lotus white, Graphite gray and Obsidian black.
The Miele CM6150 and the Miele CM6350 have direct sensor control panels. They have one-touch buttons, and you can program a wide range of settings like the brew strength, and temperature. There are user profiles that you can set for those favorite beverages. Both the coffee machines can brew single or double servings.
You can brew up to 8 cups of coffee with the Miele CM6150 and the Miele CM6350. The water reservoir holds 7.5 cups and the bean container 0.6 pounds of beans. The grounds container has a 10-portion capacity.
Let’s move on to how the Miele CM6150 and the Miele CM6350 differ.
The dispenser height is adjustable on both coffee machines. Unfortunately, neither have the height to fit a travel mug under the dispenser.
You can adjust the height from 3.25 inches to 5.6 inches.
The difference isn’t huge, but the range is from 3.12 to 5.5 inches.
The Winner Is- A Tie
There is an excellent range of drinks you can make with both of these coffee machines.
You can make single or double servings of espresso, coffee, long coffee, ristretto, cappuccino, latté macchiato, café latté, hot milk and you can froth milk.
The range of coffees is the same. The difference is that it has a hot water warmer so you can also make various teas.
The Winner Is- The Miele CM6350
If you have ever warmed your plates before serving a meal, you know the difference it can make in keeping food warmer. The same can be said for your coffee.
There is no cup warmer with this coffee machine.
It comes with a very handy cup warmer as well as a stainless-steel thermal milk flask.
The Winner Is- The CM6350
Value for Money
The Miele coffee machines come with a 2-year warranty, which you can extend and probably should consider the price.
Prices range from around $1700 to $1800 depending on the color you choose. The black Miele CM6150 is the cheapest.
The price for all of them are the same and you are looking at between $400 and $500 more.
The Winner Is- The Miele CM6150
Pros and Cons
Finally, we will take a look and some pros and cons of the Miele CM6150 and the Miele CM6350 to make our final decision.