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EZ-Cup for Keurig Coffee Machines By Perfect Pod

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  • Use any coffee in your Keurig Coffee Machines
  • Self tamping spring extracts a better cup of coffee or tea
  • Simple to use and reuse!
  • For use with EZ-Cup throw away filters
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EZ-Cup for Keurig Coffee Machines By Perfect Pod + EZ-Cup Filter Papers by Perfect Pod (50 Filters) + EZ-Cup Filter Papers by Perfect Pod- 3 pack (150 filters)
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  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002YPC2NM
  • Item model number: EZCUP101
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (461 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,410 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Not for use with Keurig Vue


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Customer Reviews

Saves a bunch of money over K-cups.
James
The Ez Cup for Keurig Coffee Machines is a great product to use for making an individual cup of your favorite coffee.
K Murphy
It makes a great cup of coffee (better than a K-Cup), it is very easy to use and even easier to clean.
Julie C Ditta

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230 of 236 people found the following review helpful By brian k meagher on February 13, 2012
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A quick overview of loading the EZ-Cup for Keurig machines, using the EZ-Cup Filter Papers by Perfect Pod (50 Filters)
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225 of 236 people found the following review helpful By Jenn Rodriguez on January 29, 2010
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i had received a keurig coffee maker for christmas. i was tickled because i really love drinking coffee one fresh cup at a time. and being the only coffee drinker in the house, making a whole pot was just wasteful. up until now, i'd been using a french press and tea kettle, which made a great cup of coffee, but took forever. long story short, i really like this machine.

of course though, it's great flaw is the ridiculous amount of WASTE. as great a cup of coffee those little k-cups make, i just can't bring myself to throwing out one of those little bits of landfill fodder every time i want a cup of joe. i had received that official reusable mesh filter device with the coffee maker, to use my own coffee, but that device isn't worth the cardboard it came in. its design is terribly flawed and not once could i get a decent cup from it. we even tried some diy hacks, trying to make something or retrofit something that would give a comparable brew to the k-cups. no go. frustrated, i searched for something that would work.

this is it. i was apprehensive about buying it, not wanting to shell out more money on a device that just wouldn't work, but luckily it gave me a great cup right out of the gate. while i wish i could have found something that created zero waste (besides the coffee grounds) for this machine, i can live with composting these paper filters with the grounds. it's a little more complicated (a few more steps) than just sticking a cup in the holster, but this is the design that works and it's not hard to use. i get to drink the coffee i love using this fast and easy machine, one cup at a time without throwing out those awful plastic cups.
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205 of 222 people found the following review helpful By Kyrsty Moon on January 29, 2010
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I have fought many battles with this thing, and I think the two of us have finally come to terms.

First, a little background. I received my first one in a very timely fashion. I tried it out, and was very disappointed when the filters kept breaking. I managed to remedy the breaking filters by not putting as much coffee in it, which yielded unacceptably weak coffee (medium roast from starbucks). I got frustrated, threw the thing away, and left a not-so-nice review here.

I was then contacted by the owner, who was very adamant that the product worked just fine and wanted to send me a new one. He told me to try a finer ground coffee. Since there wasn't much to loose, I agreed. The new one showed up and I tried it out, just to have every single filter break. I thought maybe it was the needle puncturing the button, but the break was almost always on the other side. I fiddled with it some, managed to break it - well, managed to accidentally disassemble it, actually. I re-bent wires, re-attached the platform, re-attached the wires to the holder and tried it again. Lo and behold, the filter did not break! The coffee, however, was weak. This I really didn't understand since I had it ground somewhere between powder and drip coffee. I got frustrated, almost threw it out (again) but the instead put it aside to try again later with.

This morning I was feeling adventurous, so I tried again. I don't know why I thought the result would be different with the same inputs; it wasn't. Weak coffee. I glanced over at all of my k-cups. I grabbed my favorite one and opened it to look at what the coffee was ground like. Looked an awful lot like the coffee I got from Starbucks when I asked them for it ground for a drip machine. Maybe a little smaller grained, but not much.
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67 of 71 people found the following review helpful By P. F. Reader on September 20, 2010
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Forget the Keurig My K-Cup. Forget the Kaps. I've tried them all and they all disappoint. If you want to avoid the expense of buying coffee packaged in K-Cups, the Perfect Pod EZ-Cup is what you need. Easy to use, makes a great cup of coffee, and there's ZERO cleanup! Just pop a filter into the EZ-Cup, fill it with your favorite coffee, snap on the top, pop it into your Keurig and brew. When the brewing's done, just take out the EZ-Cup, pop off the cover, and dump the used filter and grounds into the trash. Voila! You're done! No hoping the sink is empty so you can clean the mesh filter of the Keurig product and make a mess of the sink with loose grounds. No delicately rinsing out used K-Cups for reuse with a K-Cap.

The secret is in the ingeniously designed filter cups. Each of them has a top piece that's folded over the loose grounds before the plastic cover is snapped on and keeps the EZ-Pod completely free of coffee residue. Once the used filter and grounds are dumped into the trash, the pod is immediately ready for reuse - it doesn't even need to be rinsed! Just brew and enjoy!

I wholeheartedly recommend this product to anyone who's tired of the high price and limited selection of pre-packaged K-Cups. Save yourself the heartache and expense of trying competing products. Buy this one first.
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56 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Peter J. Raifstanger on March 10, 2010
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This is definetly better for the environment than using the throw-away plastic things you buy at the store. Basically this works as described but we do get some grounds spilling into the mug. I found that if I was grinding my own coffee and made it too fine then it really dumped a lot of grounds into the mug. If you use store ground coffee in the unit then the problem is minimal. It is a little more work to make a cup of coffee but when you're done you can dump all of the remains into your compost bucket so you are doing a good thing.
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