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I used one daily at my in-laws over thanksgiving and I kind of liked how easy it was to use and how clean it was. I'm torn about getting one because of the quality of coffee available, the cost and the packaging waste but if I'm only brewing a cup or two before I leave for work everyday it seems reasonable.
Anyone using one of these single cup coffee makers regularly?
We have one in the office. I've never used it.
looks like a waste manufacturing device
Had one in my old office. I never used it.
I use mine on work days. I found a flavor on Amazon called Jet Fuel. It comes to about 80 cents a cup. On my days off I use the regular coffee maker and have more than one cup.
Convenience is great.
Quality is horrible.
Cost is expensive.
Love the idea. Too bad the coffee (I've tried at least 7-8 different "cups) tastes like shit.
Coffee selection/quality is pretty poor. Also the construction quality on the unit is questionable.
Everyday. Love it. Fast, Easy, Clean.
Once you find your bean brew you will be good. I buy my k-cups at Costco. I think it works out to be .47 cents per coffee. In addition, I have the custom brew thingy, so if I ever wish to sip a different bean, I am golden.
any espresso options for Keurig besides the Jet Fuel?
We have an Nespresso in the office that makes a good cup.
Love it. I always get boxed of the dunkin donuts dark roast k cups. Tastes great to me.
Just spend ~$10 for a reusable converter and brew any coffee you like... works perfectly for me... no need to buy any of those overpriced k cups.
- how is this any different than using a normal machine except you paid a ton more for a feature you don't use?scarabin
- fresh brewed coffee every cup, scarab, not just the first of the potlocustsloth
- also, saving money by not wasting coffee that you don't drink from a small or large potlocustsloth
- because buying individual servings saves money... yeah.albums
- no, but using this filter and buying the same coffee you always do wouldlocustsloth
- why not just make smaller pots?scarabin
- This saves time. No need to measure the water or the coffee. Just fill the cup and hit a buttonlocustsloth
- tru... takes me about 1 minute to brew a single cup... don't need more than that in the morning... works for me perfectly.djurizen
- do you put you grounds in the sink/garbage disposal?fooler
i use 'em at hotels but they're always watery
- aka French press.i_monk
- The only way that drinking coffee should be socially accepted...ideaist
- I had one of these and always got bits of grounds and residue in my coffee. I thought maybe a cheese cloth would help...elahon
- ...but never tried it.elahon
- ideaist is a fascist idealist.Amicus
- I use these every weekend and have for several years. Best coffee ever.monospaced
We have one at work, works great and the coffee selcetion and quality is actually pretty good.
I have a little single serve one. When I'm too lazy or in a hurry to empty the coffee grinds from my Cusinart Grind & Brew drip machine (I love it) I use this. It's not bad. I buy the coffee cups from Costco in bulk and it's about $0.50/cup.
what is the difference between this thing and the new Vue system? Are the K-cups going to be phased out, at which point you've wasted your money?