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BUFFALO LS-WV6.0TL/R1 6TB (2 x 3TB) LinkStation Pro Duo RAID 0/1 Network Storage
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  • neweggOwned For: more than 1 year

Pros: Well, nice when it worked.

Cons: They use WD Caviar Green drives in this NAS.

If I buy this drive myself, it has a 3 year warranty. Buffalo gives this unit (and the drives inside) a 1 year warranty.

BUFFALO LS-WV6.0TL/R1 6TB (2 x 3TB) LinkStation Pro Duo RAID 0/1 Network Storage
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  • neweggOwned For: more than 1 year

2 out of 5 eggs Croaked a couple months out of warranty 02/27/2014

This review is from: BUFFALO LS-WV6.0TL/R1 6TB (2 x 3TB) LinkStation Pro Duo RAID 0/1 Network Storage

Pros: Great space when it worked.

Cons: Purchased 11/24/2012, stopped working 2/05/2014. RAID degraded, one drive was bad. Emailed Buffalo tech support three times on their web site and received nothing back. Nothing. Not a thing. I spent $450 on this and now have a paperweight. Sure, I can buy another drive and try to get the RAID rebuilt, but will that work? Dunno, I was hoping to ask their tech support. Which drive is 1 and which is 2? Dunno ... I was hoping to ask tech support.

I don't know the number of hours on this, but it was few .. I used it as a backup to my backup, so it was on maybe a couple of hours per month ... not operated as a true NAS with a lot of hours. Bummed ... in 30+ years I've only had a few drives croak on me .. most become too small as data needs expand and are no longer used.

Other Thoughts: WD Green drive inside. Easy access to the drives. Fan to keep things cool. There is a lot to like about this NAS, but tech support is not one of them.

Cuisinart DGB-900BC Grind & Brew Thermal 12-Cup Automatic Coffeemaker
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5 out of 5 eggs We like this quite a bit 04/20/2013

This review is from: Cuisinart DGB-900BC Grind & Brew Thermal 12-Cup Automatic Coffeemaker

Pros: Freshly grinds coffee so you get the best possible drip coffee. It does require a tiny bit of extra time to clean after you put it back together than a traditional drip coffee maker. I clean the basket and basket top into the sink after we're done, put the basket but not the basket top back and take off the coffee hopper and clean the chute into the basket. Then put the basket top back on and the coffee hopper back on. I haven't timed this but I would guess it takes about a minute. If you don't keep the chute clean it can clog up and give you weak coffee. Some complain the grind is coarse and requires a lot of coffee per cup, but I haven't noticed any big deal there.

Cons: A few times the coffee maker has not opened the chute during grinding and the coffee doesn't make it into the basket. You can tell when this happens because the grinder slows down near the end of the grinding process. What I do then is to turn it off, take off the hopper and basket, clean, and replace. This has happened three times in the last year and I'm not exactly sure why. Now, I listen to the grinding and if I hear it is not grinding properly, I turn it off, clean the chute into the basket and reinstall. It appears that on the top of the basket top there is a doohickey that needs to engage the lever to open the chute and this doesn't always happen.

Other Thoughts: A few finicky operational issues aside, we like this coffee maker and I would buy another if this one died.


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Display Name: Sean O.

Date Joined: 11/11/03

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  • Last Review: 03/12/14
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