General Electric coffee makers are available for purchase at Sears. GE coffee makers can also be purchased from online retailers such as eBay and Amazon.
A wide selection of vintage GE coffee makers is available through online auctions sites; eBay is one of the most widely-used suppliers. EBay lists many GE coffee maker types including the pot belly percolator and automatic vacuum styles. GE accessories such as power cords, appliance connectors and replacement carafes are also available for purchase through eBay.
Replacement parts for some models are also available through Sears. Owner's manuals are easily accessible for free through websites such as Manuals Online and GE Housewares. Users can register their GE appliances using the GE Housewares website.
In 2010, Walmart issued a recall for GE 12-cup digital coffee makers due to reports of melting, burning and fire hazard. Walmart no longer carries GE coffee makers.
As of 2015, GE is developing a refrigerator that features a built-in Keurig coffee maker, allowing users to brew single cups of coffee using the filtered water directly from the appliance and even link the appliance to their smart phones. It is estimated that this refrigerator will be available for purchase in the fall of 2015.