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Disposable Filters for Use in Keurig® Brewers - Simple Cups - 300 Replacement Filters - Use Your Own Coffee in K-cups

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  • Use with Solofill®, EZ-Cup®, My K-Cup®, EkoBrew®, Simple Cups, Disposacups, etc
  • No Mess - Fully Disposable Filters
  • Use Simple Cup Filters Your way with your own choice of coffee
  • Save money - Environmentally friendly
  • Re-Use your Simple Cups over and Over

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 5 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5 ounces
  • ASIN: B00BUFJBQS
  • Item model number: CUP_K300-F
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (351 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,106 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Disposable Filters for Use in Keurig® Brewers - Simple Cups - 300 Replacement Filters - Use Your Own Coffee in K-cups: Enjoy your own coffee your way with Simple Cups. Use your Simple Cup Filters with your Simple Cup disposable K-Cups, or with any K-cup and save immediately. 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


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Customer Reviews

These filters are perfect for using your in your own reusable K Cup.
Jennifer K. Moss
Now I can use my own coffee, save a lot of money (compared to purchasing commercial pods), and still enjoy a rich, ground-free cup of coffee.
Day Veaster
These filters make it easy to clean up as the coffee grounds don't stick to the cup when I use the filter.
Jeffrey Marks

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40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 18, 2013
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Just used the filter today and it worked fantastically! I used the K-Cup without the filter(I didn't know they made filters at first), and what a pain it was to get the used coffee grounds out. Now, with the filter I pull it out and the K-Cup is clean and ready for another use. I will definitely save money on coffee now that I am able to buy whatever flavor I want and I don't have to buy the pods anymore. Great, great invention!!!!!!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Tracy L. Learn on July 10, 2013
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I have the Eko-brew reusable filters for my Kuerig, and after dealing with the sludge, I picked up a package of the EZ-brew filters. After one use, I realized that the lids were useless, except to line the bottoms of the filters for about half of the sludge fix. These fit and filter perfectly. It also makes cleanup a snap. Tap over the trashcan, then rinse out and dry for the next use.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Preacher on May 15, 2013
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Then you are going to love these!

Love my Keurig, but didn't love the expensive pods. So I did what any prudent person would do and switched to the permanent filter so I could use my favorite coffee. Unfortunately, those metal mesh permanent filters allow that fine-grain silt to slip past. Then you have the fun of constantly cleaning that silt out of the mesh screen.

These paper filters, combined with your mesh filter, make life so much easier! A perfect cup of coffee without the hassle and mess.

The only CON is that the production values (or maybe the production process) is lacking. About one in 5 filters has a ragged edge that does not cover the top rim and can allow coffee to slip past into the mesh if you are not careful.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Average Joe on April 21, 2013
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These are simple and easy to use and do a good job. They are the most affordable disposable single-cup coffeemaker filters that I could find. They work well in my Eco-Brew reuseable K-Cup.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dr Rad Dan on January 4, 2014
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So do the math. Typically a K-cup runs 18 for 8 dollars, unless you buy Starb***ks and then its more for less. But back to the math. At the stated cost, that's about 45 cents a coffee. 300 filters for $17 ( no shiiping cost to Prime members and if you have gotten Prime by now, its not too late and a 5 star rating). Anyways, that's about 6 cents a filter and so far I've gotten 30 servings of coffee from a typical 12 oz bag of coffee. I luck ou because I get Gevalia generally at 2 for 1 at Publix so a $7 bag is costing me $3.50, but ebven at $7 that's 23 cents a serving. I bought the As Seen On TV refillable K-cups (4 for $9 at Target, but they get used over and over so 0 cents per serving) but here we will say 1 cent. So, 6+23+1 =30 cents a serving or if you take my coffee costs it is 20 cents. Drink a lot of coffee? I save 75 cents or more every day.
The addition of the filters allow me to easily dump the used grounds, easier clean-up (just a rinse each use and a wash each week) of the re-usable k-cup, and we're good. My coffee, my way, my covenience
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By M. Winter on October 20, 2013
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I have an EZ Cup (brand) reusable plastic pod that uses the paper filters with the attached lid. I bought these filters knowing that they did not have tops because they were half the price (yay!) of the ones with the little flap & I had worked out ahead of time how to take care of that little deficiency. After reading the reviews here, I saw some complaints about these filters having no paper tops, so, if you have the type of reusable cup that needs those lids and have a few minutes to spare, you can read further to find out what I am doing to solve that issue. If you don't care about cost and don't want to be bothered with a quick craft project, then just buy the more expensive ones with the lid already attached and be on your way. For those with about 5 minutes of time weighing heavy on their hands and the urge for adventure, here is what to do:

1. Get ahold of some basket-style coffee filters. (I already had a pack of those for my Mr. Coffee machine that I only pull out a couple times a year for a party - so they were basically free.) If you don't have any lying around your kitchen feeling useless and unloved, just buy a pack the next time you are at the supermarket - store brands are cheap & you'll still be way ahead of the game.

2. Draw a little 2 ¼ inch round circle on a piece of cardstock and cut it out to use as a template. (I actually used one of the lids from the EZ Cup filters as a pattern, but, if you don't have one, just use the EZ Cup plastic lid as a guide and draw around it about 1/8 inch out from the edge.) This is a one-time step if you can manage not to lose it. I keep mine handy with the lids I made.

3. Flatten out one of the paper basket-style filters on your counter or table and with a pencil, trace around your circle template onto the paper.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By T. Vigil on May 11, 2014
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This brand of filters is not a good quality. We have to use two filters at ounce otherwise the filter pops.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael33326 on October 7, 2013
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I use the Eco filter and these disposable filters fit and work well. They definitely make clean up much easier. No grounds in my coffee. These are just the filters, no lids, so some grounds will be left on the lid of the Eco filter but they easily rinse off. The main compartment of the Eco is grounds free and ready to insert new disposable filter quickly to make another cup. Good deal.
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