Ekobrew Refillable K-cup for Keurig Brewers, 1-Count
- Compatible with Keurig 2.0 K200, K300, K400, K500 Series of Machines and most Keurig 1.0 Single Serve Brewing Machines. Not compatible with B/K 30, 130, 150, 145, 155, Mr Coffee BVMC-KG5, Vue or Hamilton Beach Single serve machines.
- Made in the USA. Because both the ekobrew and the 2.0 compatible ink are made in the USA, there is never any reason to be concerned about potential lead based materials being used, as there is in some offshore products.
- Can be used with Ekobrew optional paper filters(optional). Having largest brew chamber means the Ekobrew holds the most coffee, and allows the user to customize the brew strength to their own personal taste.
- Made from 100% BPA and Lead Free material.
- Ekobrew - the most trusted name in reusable, Single Serve coffee brewing.
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No need to remove filter holder.
Use your own coffee.
Size: 1-Count | Color: Brown
1. Open Ekobrew lid.
2. Fill with coffee and close.
3. Insert into Keurig® filter holder ...and of course, there's no plastic and foil cup to throw away!
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Top Customer Reviews
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[Update on 4 November 2012: I've had my two Ekobrews now for more than 15 months and I couldn't be happier. Thanks to all for the kind words about my review; I'm glad this has been helpful for most]
I experienced many of the same problems that are mentioned in other reviews: leaky, messy brew, and weak coffee. I was pretty disappointed in the prospects of my new Keurig adventure, but was also determined to make this work and, after some experimentation, I did. The solution is a tiny washer.
If you look inside the upper clamshell of your Keurig machine, you'll see the injector needle that punctures the top of standard k-cups. Around this needle is a gasket that presses against the top of k-cups to form a seal. This gasket is the problem. It does not put enough pressure on the cap of the ekobrew to form an adequate seal, causing water and coffee to spew out from the cap. To fix this, slide the gasket down and off of the injector needle (use caution as the needle is sharp), slide a washer up onto the needle, then slide the gasket back on. Your leaky, messy brew should now be a thing of the past.
The washer hack also made my coffee noticeably stronger, but additional solutions may be required to satisfy your desired strength. Prior to putting in the washer, I began tamping the coffee in the ekobrew cup. That helped, and I still continue to tamp even after the installation of the washer.
The washer I used is rubber, 1/16" thick, 5/32" inside diameter, and 3/8" outside diameter. Specifically, I used a washer from Lowes with item number 136493.
I was skeptical about buying another kcup filter when I saw this offered on Amazon, but the video add on the ekobrew website had me sold. I bought the ekobrew Cup before it was available for sale with high hopes, and it has totally lived up to my expectations! My freshly ground coffee tastes better than any Kcup I have ever had! I forgot how good some of the beans I bought were. No Joke. If you are like me and have a few roasts of beans you just love and don't feel like breaking the bank trying every kcup under the sun to find blends that please you then get it. You won't be sorry.
The only negative part is you have to rinse it out but that is no big deal. Just pop the top and tap it on the sink and the grinds come out then rinse. No scrubbing or anything. I may buy another to have one handy to fill while the other is brewing since I make about 3 Kcups worth of coffee in the morning to fill for two travel mugs for the wife and I. THANK YOU ekobrew!
These are better than disposables for a few reasons:
1. can get the coffee and/or blend of your choice - not limited to what comes in k-cups
2. costs much less per cup
3. less waste created / environmentally friendly
4. downside is inconvenience, but see HOW TO USE below for lessons learned from a veteran
WHICH ONE TO GET
Ekobrew is the best design. I've used solofill, Keurig's my k-cup, and ekobrew. All work ok but:
1. My Kcup has more parts to clean, leaked more grinds into the coffee too.
2. Solofill is good but not quite as good as ekobrew. Side walls and water distributor on ekobrew is better. And with the flat bottom, the ekobrew is easier to clean. Coffee grinds get annoyingly stuck in the bottom of the solofill, whereas the Ekobrew can be rinsed out in one shot. Solofill is probably fine if you make one cup a day and put it in the dishwasher. But I make a bunch and the inconvenience of the solofill cleaning was enough to make me prefer the disposables over it.
3. Ekobrew got the whole thing right. Side walls allow you to fill 2/3 with coffee and make an ideal brew - water has room to mix with the coffee. The water distributes very well through the perforated funnel on top. And cleaning is easy (see how to clean #5).
HOW TO USE - FOR CONVENIENCE AND GOOD COFFEE
This is actually really important. Until I got it down to a system by trial and error to have it (1) not take much extra time compared to a disposable and (2) tasting good (not weak), I kept going back and forth on using these vs. disposables for the convenience factor.Read more ›
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Works perfectly! No issues. Just fill and place in the coffee maker. That easy.Published 8 hours ago by Andy Wells
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