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  • Compatible with any brand of single cup pod including Keurig K-Cup pods. Features a removable 72-ounce water reservoir, charcoal water filter and 5 selectable beverage sizes from 4 ounces to 12 ounces.

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Amazon has the Cuisinart SS-10 Premium Single-Serve Coffeemaker in Silver for $69.99 + tax where applicable and free shipping for Prime members. Make sure you clip the $26 extra savings coupon applied at checkout.
The is a new item, not refurbished.

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This is like the best K-cup machine available. Excellent price for a new, not refurbished model.
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terrific thank you
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Gets an A rating on Fakespot,Looks like a really nice machine but I just bought a new one couple months ago could get the price down to $65 after taxes with the $10 Discover promo but again I don't really need one just really tempted to buy it for a spare... darn you slickdeals
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Wow. What a deal!

I've had this as my primary brewer for the last 2 years.

This IS the best kcup machine. 3 year warranty. 4/6/8/10/12oz cups. Instant brew. Sensor for self cleaning, will tell you when to descale. 72oz tank. Looks beautiful too!
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Target has it for 99 with 30 target gift card
https://www.target.com/p/cuisinar...A-51163312
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Are there any good small coffee makers like this that have no plastic in the path of hot water? Stainless or glass is fine.

Just don't want plastic coming in contact with what's going in the mouth finally.
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I have had this model for over three years now and still going strong! I did start to have a problem with the pump but took it apart and cleaned it and been working fine ever since. I would suggest buying and grinding your own coffee, and using the included filter to save LOTS of money over the K cups.
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Are there any good small coffee makers like this that have no plastic in the path of hot water? Stainless or glass is fine.

Just don't want plastic coming in contact with what's going in the mouth finally.
Would love to find the same. Have been considering a French press just for that reason.
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Based on fellow slick dealers reviews..I ordered one .my Keurig has about had it..hoping it's good..thanks OP
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Wow. What a deal!

I've had this as my primary brewer for the last 2 years.

This IS the best kcup machine. 3 year warranty. 4/6/8/10/12oz cups. Instant brew. Sensor for self cleaning, will tell you when to descale. 72oz tank. Looks beautiful too!
Do you descale with vinigar? I'm assuming
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Got 1. Thank you
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Do you descale with vinigar? I'm assuming
I'm curious too. I descaled last year our Keurig with vinegar and it took A LOT of water and some coffee pods to get rid of the smell of the vinegar.
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I'm curious too. I descaled last year our Keurig with vinegar and it took A LOT of water and some coffee pods to get rid of the smell of the vinegar.
I use citric acid. It's cheap on Amazon, and has many uses. I use it for canning tomatoes and salsa, drinks, and cooking all the time. It's great for descaling and cleaning as well.
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