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|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|02-16-2013 01:30 PM|
|02-15-2013 10:37 PM|
|rentonguy78613||Stainless Steel just went down to 12.95|
|02-14-2013 04:18 PM|
|rentonguy78613||The price just went down on the 5 pack to $5 each! Great deal.|
|02-14-2013 05:18 AM|
|zwoo||Long time Keurig user despite the fact that I do really appreciate good coffee. I have the ecobrew and also have tried the reusable thing that came with the Keurig, but can't seem to get anything drinkable out of either one... always extremely weak no matter what quality, darkness, or granularity of fresh grind I put into these DIY K-cups... Perhaps I'm miissing something... does anyone have any tips?|
|02-14-2013 04:43 AM|
Some people like to make one (1) cup at a time.
Some people prefer the taste of espresso. Fast/high pressure is not the same as drip coffee. Keurigs operate fast and fairly evenly on the grind, though not at so high a pressure as even a home-use espresso machine.
I have a few Ekobrew cups. Fill on Monday, take to office, bring home and refill in the middle of the week.
In for a stainless steel and a plastic 2-pack. Hope it ships this time; thanks, OP.
|02-14-2013 04:01 AM|
|PnL321||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.|
|02-14-2013 02:50 AM|
|02-13-2013 11:59 PM|
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!
|02-13-2013 11:53 PM|
|Fiberboy||I own the plastic one and it brews a great cup of coffee!|
|02-13-2013 10:48 PM|
|steve771||I got the stainless steel one as a Christmas present. Definitely not worth the money, it makes a weaker cup (tho a bit less sediment)|
|02-13-2013 10:22 PM|
|bsg75||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|
|02-13-2013 10:01 PM|
I got this at Marshall's for 9.99. Target has a 5 pack for $10?? The as seen on tv brand
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|02-13-2013 08:48 PM|
5.59 per refillable cup is pretty great deal. I like that it is over 25 bucks so you
get free shipping !
k cups are getting pretty expensive
|02-13-2013 08:39 PM|
|rentonguy78613||I guess this is not a great deal|
|02-13-2013 06:36 PM|
|kbenson||I have the plastic version and the coffee almost always turns out weak. (grind type does not matter) I will prob go back to the old fashioned decanter method.|
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