Years ago (I mean, in the 1970s), Father Guido Sarducci was selling “Mr Tea” — a “tea maker” that was little more than a funnel under which you would place a cup with a teabag in it. Sarducci said something to the effect of, “Just add boiling water, and Mr Tea does the rest!”
But think about it: your electric “coffee maker” doesn’t do anything more than bring water to a boil and let it drip over some ground coffee in a coffee filter.
Do you really need a machine to do that?
I assume you already have a machine that can bring water to a boil. It’s your stove. And you have hands and arms and a brain. So use you brain and ask yourself: Why should I spend money for a machine that does something that I can do with things I already own?
It’s called “pour-over coffee” and you make it with a coffee-filter holder that fits over a cup or carafe.
A “pour-over coffee maker” costs a fraction of what an electric coffee maker costs. And it is easier to maintain. And it takes up less space. And it doesn’t use any electricity. And it will probably last longer — like, it might last for the rest of your life — while you will probably need to buy a new electric coffee maker at least once every 10 years, maybe more often.
Okay, so the pour-over coffee maker doesn’t have a clock and a timer. You’ll live.
Use your stove. Use your hands, your arms, and your brain. Don’t buy something you already have.
In addition to saving money by not buying coffee-making machines (that are just going to eventually end up in a landfill), you will also save $$$ of money by making your own coffee beverages from ground coffee that you buy by the pound. Brewing DIY coffee by the cup costs a fraction of the cost of coffee “pods”, which are in turn much less expensive than retail coffee by the cup.