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Disposable Cups for Use in Keurig® Brewers - Simple Cups - 50 Cups, Lids, Filters with Easy Close Stand - Use Your Own Coffee in K-cups

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  • 50 sets of Cups, Filter, and Lids with Easy Close Stand
  • Use your own coffee or tea instead of buying costly K-Cups
  • Fractions of the cost of K-Cups and other brands of Disposable K-Cups
  • No Mess, Easy to Use
  • Fully recyclable
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Disposable Cups for Use in Keurig® Brewers - Simple Cups - 50 Cups, Lids, Filters with Easy Close Stand - Use Your Own Coffee in K-cups + Disposable Filters for Use in Keurig® Brewers - Simple Cups - 50 Replacement Filters - Use Your Own Coffee in K-cups + Reusable Coffee K-cup* Cups (Set of 2) with 50 Filters - 100% Compatible with Keurig*
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0081N3YW4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (366 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,858 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Disposable K Cups for Use in Keurig® Brewers - Simple Cups - 50 Cups, Lids, Filters with Easy Close Stand - Use Your Own Coffee in K-cups: Stop spending tons of money on pre-made K-cups! Don't settle for pre-determined flavors. Make your life simpler with Simple Cups. At a fraction of what a K-Cup would cost, you can use YOUR own favorite coffee in your Keurig machine - and can do so cost effectively and easily. Your coffee experience just got that much better

Important Information

Directions
Use your favorite Coffee Grinds, or grind your own beans or blends. Place one spoonful into your Simple cup filter and put the filter into your simple cup. Place the lid on the cup, or use the EASY CLOSE stand included with EVERY simple cup box. It's So Easy, its SIMPLE CUPS!

Legal Disclaimer
SimpleCups has no affiliation or endorsement by Keurig or Green Mountain.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I can use my favorite coffee now.
Amazon Customer
The lids are thick and difficult for the Keurig to puncture without getting caught on the top needle.
basic
The filters clog up with coffee and will not let the water pass through fast enough.
Ronald H. Jesberg

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

77 of 80 people found the following review helpful By rhondale on October 8, 2012
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I've had a Keurig for several years now and have the original "My K-Cup" which doesn't work worth a flip!
Have since bought the solo-fil, don't like it, makes weak coffee and a major pain to clean.
Tried the Ecko-brew, somewhat better and will keep it around, you can use E-Z cup filters in it too.
Own a Pod-Holster, not even gonna go there!
Then decided I might as well give these a try; not really expecting much. Wow, they really work good!
Closest thing to an actual k-cup I've found so far, I've even reused the same one 3 times now - just
used an E-Z cup filter (that I all ready had) to replace the used one (tear off the top flap)and was good to go.
Glad I tried 'em, you should too:)
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By STUFF on October 22, 2012
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I love coffee, good coffee, bad coffee, I'll take it all. So I'm not really the person to tell you about the quality of coffee you get from this. What I can tell you is that I was given a Keurig one year and right away I fell in love with the thing and it's little K-cups. Like many others I quickly noticed how expensive those things were getting. I purchase the reusable cup and for a long time I really liked it. Eventually I got tired of having to clean the thing after each use. I'm also very lazy.

When I saw these and noticed that I can just fill them, use them and throw them, I had to try it out. Filling them up is very easy, I actually prepare a few of them ahead of time so that I can just use them whenever I want. The only part that gets a bit difficult is closing the lid. I think they sell a holder device, I'd highly recommend looking for it. personally I use the base of my reusable filter, works great. I use it to hold the bottom part while I press down on the lid, if you just try using your hands alone you'll end up breaking the bottom cup.

Again I am not the best person to ask about flavor but personally I haven't noticed a difference. Coffee tastes just as good as always. I'm currently using just Folgers Colombian, been meaning to try some of my Bustelo, I don't see why it wouldn't work though.

EDIT: Turns out the little holder where you put the cup in order to close the lid actually comes in the package, I just didn't see it since it was in the other set of cups I didn't start with.
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By cupofjoe on July 17, 2012
Much happier then I thought I would be. I decided to give these a try without much expectation. They are easy to use and work well. I can still grind my own beans and use a K-cup machine!
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22 of 27 people found the following review helpful By John J Anderson on December 1, 2012
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I started using a Keurig B40 last Holiday Season. For several reasons, I enjoy the conveience and experience of the 1 or 2 cups of coffee in small amounts.

I have been trying to help get my grocery bill under control and the cost of K-Cups continues to be something I observe.

I observe that on average from many different sources, K-Cups tend to be $0.50 to $0.75 per cup. I found a good deal at BJ's Warehouse on the Bulk Box, coming in at around $0.50 a cup.

Of note there is also Grove Square Cups, however this is instant coffee with no netting filter, thus they can bypass the licensing cost of Keurig Licensing.

Moving past all the other replacement cups that I have tried and failed, Simple Cups wins hands down.

In the grand scheme of the math, I found that I can make a K-Cup serving for under $0.10 a cup!

Please read the all the reviews on the mechanics, yes the lids are tight, yes you need to use the holding mounter the comes with the kit, yes they take a little more effort in the machine, all those things are true.

But, to date, it is the best and most convenient, single serve replacement solution I have found.

I don't use them soley, but when I use them in conjunction with my $0.50 regular K-Cups, it helps lower my total cost down.

I highly recommend Simple Cups.
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20 of 25 people found the following review helpful By DeeNetwork on December 2, 2012
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The perfect solution to the K-cup coffee or of your choice...IF you make sure that you follow the directions carefully. You absolutely NEED to use the clear K-cup stand in the box to fill you K-cups. You SHOULD NOT trim the filters as suggested by some. It is not necessary to trim the filter to get the lid to close. If you use the enclosed stand the lid easily closes by pressing down. Also, DO NOT overfill. Fill the K-cup up to slightly below the rim. Use the height of the lid as your guide. The lid when pressed down should meet with the surface of the coffee grinds...roughly 2 teaspoons...but you should be able to eyeball it as you continue use the cups. Enjoy!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Douglas M. Hurst on January 29, 2014
$.40 a cup (14.95 + 5.00 = 19.95/50 = $.39.9) is a ridiculous prices to pay for an empty cup, filter and lid. You can buy 100 Costco Breakfast Blends WITH the coffee for the same price. Then you can reuse those k-cups upt to 5 or 6 times before the filter gives way. Just buy some My-Caps and make sure you use the original punched hole in the bottom of the k-cup.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Steve W. on May 12, 2014
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A couple times a year I order 50 lbs. of green 100% Arabia Central American/single source coffee beans from my Oakland retailer: ‘Sweet Maria’s’. I like their balanced smooth taste a bit better than Ethiopian, South American, Indonesian, or any of the other coffee regions. Then I roast the green beans, a couple of pounds @ a time, in an uncovered Dutch oven until they’re roasted to a nice Full City/French Roast blend. Some days later I grind them to an espresso grind--and a tablespoon @ a time I carefully pour grinds into the cups. If your roasted beans are over a month old their quality begins to deteriorate. I fill-up a number of Simple Cups, remembering to drop each one into the included hard plastic sleeve before filling (giving the lids a Tupperware-ish burp, so they don’t come loose during the brewing process). When finished I enjoy the fastest/freshest coffee I’ve ever tasted–-even better tasting than Starbucks (which is sometimes roasted almost six months earlier) and its cheaper than the supermarket fare!
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