Brew and save is apparently the same OEM as ekobrew, but the stainless steel ekobrew looks better, larger, and more refined. $20, $15, either way it's too much. The main rationale for stainless steel is less sediment than the plastic mesh can provide.. not durability or whatever
I don't understand. Why don't you just use a traditional coffee machine? I thought the whole point of K-cups is that you're too lazy to pour coffee grinds in the first place!
Sitting here waiting for this reason as why this is even sold or bought haha, This must be the people that started working out
Person writing this takes no responsibility for there grammar, As they have outsourced there typing to India.
WE ARE THE 89%!!
(that is, the 89% that live outside of CA and don't care if "CA tax kills the deal")
I have the stainless steel Ekobrew fiter. You definitely get sediment in the bottom of the cup and it seems like I have to use too much coffee to get a decent cup. I have to fill it 2/3 to 3/4 full just like the instructions say, but that's enough for 2 cups in my Krups drip machine.
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