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Perfect Pod Maker

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  • Easy to Use
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  • Choose your favorite coffee to make the freshest pods around
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Have you ever asked yourself, how can I make my own coffee pods? Have you ever run out of coffee pods and wish you had a way to make a quick coffee pod from your favorite whole bean or ground coffee? Finally, there is a product that will allow you to make perfect coffee pods every time. There is no better way to brew your own coffee in a Pod Brewer!!!!!!!!!!!! Works with Senseo, Krups, Melitta, Simple Human, Juan Valdez, Bunn, Home Cafe, Grindmaster, Mr. Coffee, Hamilton Beach and More. Use your favorite coffees: Seattle's Best, Kona, Green Mountain, Peet's, Starbucks, Jamaica Blue Mountain, Duncan Donuts and more. The Perfect pod maker will not create "ESE" Expresso Pods or Tassimo pods.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 6 x 7 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds
  • ASIN: B000OG61VM
  • Item model number: PPM2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,144 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

They sent me another one and it lasted about three months.
Thomas E. Hudson
It is easy to use and I can fill the pods with freshly-ground beans, roast my own or even use a commercial espresso grind which I found produced an excellent cup.
andiesenji
I buy my favorite coffee, buy the pods and make them with the Perfect Pod Maker.
M. Hopkins

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

364 of 369 people found the following review helpful By Mark H. on January 24, 2008
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I started into this world of pods and k-cups when my expensive espresso machine died and they wanted $600 to fix it. I bought a Breville K-cup brewer (uses Keurig cups). I started spending lots of money on k-cups and feeling S.O.L. if I didn't order on time and I ran out of luck. So I bought a Pod Holster to fit into the machine so that I could use any pod I wanted. I noticed that they were sold as a set so based on the reviews I set out to see if the Perfect Pod maker could really hold its own. I love seeing a product in action so I decided to give you what I look for-a video review.
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59 of 62 people found the following review helpful By andiesenji VINE VOICE on August 31, 2007
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I love my Senseo and have purchased several for gifts (as well as upgrading to the newer models). I have purchased pods from several online vendors and have been fairly happy with most but felt most were overpriced and some staled rapidly, even when individually packaged. I also have tried the various "refillable" pods and have been dissatisfied with all of them.
The main complaint I have had is the lack of variety in the dark roast coffees in readily available pods at a reasonable cost.
Perfect Pod has more than fulfilled my wishes. It is easy to use and I can fill the pods with freshly-ground beans, roast my own or even use a commercial espresso grind which I found produced an excellent cup.

I am ordering another as a gift for a friend, to whom I have given a Senseo and who, like me, would like more variety in roast types and flavors.
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44 of 48 people found the following review helpful By JUNYC on July 8, 2007
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I love my Senseo coffee maker, but I really don't like their coffee. We got this pod maker so we could choose whatever coffee we want. I must say, this little thing is the greatest! You put in a filter, fill it up with your favorite coffee (about 1 1/2 tablespoons) and close the top for 3 seconds... DONE! Now we truly enjoy the benefits of a single serve coffee maker. It is so easy and the machine is so small... it's perfect! I cannot recommend it enough! I make several at a time and the pods are ready to go whenever I want them. And the best thing, they are disposable, so you just toss it when you are done.

One thing... just make sure you don't grind the coffee too fine or it doesnt work in the Senseo.
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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By dsrussell VINE VOICE on February 1, 2008
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Yet another product made in China. Seems every time I buy a product, I find out it's from China ... only after I buy it. There is no escape. So how do I like it? Actually, I think it's a nifty device. It looks like it is built pretty well. I was surprised that it was bigger than I thought it would be (not that it is all that large, it isn't). And the blinking light telling you it's ready (stops blinking when ready) is on the lid. No big deal (since that is where the heating element is), just thought it odd since the on/off switch in the front lights up and felt it would be more appropriate there.

For those who have a Senseo coffee maker (or other pod maker) you should enjoy this product. I don't care that much for Senseo coffee. Oh, a couple grinds are pretty decent, but I tire of them quickly. Enter the Pod Maker. I now can buy any type or brand of coffee I want, from inexpensive 3 pound cans to expensive brands. It's given a new lease on life for my Senseo coffee maker. As far as how it works, see Mark Husson's video review below (nicely done, Mark). And yes, it's as simple as it looks. Obviously, one will waste a few pods trying to gage the correct amount of coffee to use (depends upon the brand, grind and personal taste), but that's a small price to pay to get a better tasting mug of coffee.

So how do I rate it? Between 1 and 10, I give this device a solid 7 (or a marginal 4-star rating). It works as advertised (it seals the pods quickly and effectively, and is cool to the touch). However, the filters are expensive and not available at the grocery store where I shop (there is always a catch).
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Addendum: March 11, 2009

The Perfect PodMaker which we received continues to live up to its name, although we have switched to the less expensive beans of Peerless, with no less enjoyment than with Starbucks beans. Used in conjunction with the Philips Senseo pod-coffeemaker, there is no other way to enjoy the essential, volatile and thus short-lived oils emitted for just a few moments when freshly ground coffee encounters very hot water.

The Senseo in particular passes coffee to the cup using a mechanism which encases those essences in a thick layer of tasty foam. If coffee is really the great antioxidant it is said to be, then surely that antioxidant 'lives' in that thick layer of foam.Senseo HD7820 Deluxe Single-Serve Gourmet Coffeemaker

Addendum: December 8, 2011 Liked ours so much that we finally wore it out. After looking everywhere, we finally found an Amazon Marketplace seller who had 2. Price a little steep so we didn't buy both but well worth the cost to get back to using our own coffee, which will earn back that cost in like a month!
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Dave from MN on August 27, 2007
I really love this thing. I bought my senseo machine because it was fast and easy to use. Unfortunately the cost of the senseo pods really added up quickly and I was beginning to regret my purchase until I found this pod maker. I bought a huge $7 can of coffee about a month and a half ago and it's still nowhere near empty. It sure beats paying $5 or $6 every week to feed my caffeine addiction. I just make a new batch of pods every Sunday and I'm set for the week. It's really easy and is quick as well - just like the senseo coffee machine.
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