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Ekobrew - Make Coffee, Not Trash
Do you own a Keurig Single Serve Brewer? There are Plenty of Reasons to Buy an Ekobrew:
No Holster Removal - There’s no need to remove the Keurig filter holster first. Just fill the Ekobrew chamber with coffee, close the lid, place in the Keurig holster and brew. That’s it.
A Greener Alternative - It is estimated that there are over 10 million Keurig machines in households today. Those machines will brew over 5 billion cups of coffee this year alone! Each time you use Ekobrew with your Keurig brewer, there is one less plastic and foil cup to pollute the earth.
Easy to Use - The Ekobrew was designed for ease of use. Sit the flat bottom on any flat surface, lift the easy open lid and fill with your favorite drip grind coffee. Snap the lid shut and Ekobrew fits perfectly in most Keurig brewers including the mini. After brewing, lift out of the holster using the heat resistant grips without getting burned. The smooth crevices in the brew chamber make clean up quick and easy.
Save Money - Why pay more? Instead of paying more than 60¢ a cup, you can use your own coffee with Ekobrew in your Keurig and save up to 80%! By using your own coffee, you spend less depending on the price per pound. Your cost is between 10¢ and 20¢, saving you hundreds of dollars a year!
Freedom of Choice - The highest quality and best tasting coffees available today are from micro-roasters. Or maybe your tastes are simple and straightforward and you prefer a basic coffee with good value you've enjoyed for many years. Either way, you can use the coffee of your choice when you use Ekobrew with your Keurig brewer.
Freshness - Whether you buy whole bean coffee and grind at home or visit your local or online roaster and have it ground fresh, you can be sure that your coffee is the freshest possible grind.
Pre-infusion Cone allows water to gently soak the coffee before full extraction.
Heat Resistant Grips mean a safer and easier removal after brewing.
Dual Entry Points mean no removal of the Keurig filter holster.
Deep Brew Chamber means more water and a more complete coffee extraction.
Flat Bottom Design means easier, hands free filling and less waste.
Smooth Interior Ekobrew's smooth, rounded crevices mean quicker and easier cleaning after use.
High Quality Mesh allows for an optimal and consistent flow of coffee with each brew.
Silicone Seal Ekobrew uses a superior heat resistant o-ring seal made of silicone instead of rubber.
|Low Tamp |
|Heat Resistant Grips ||Dual Entry Points |
& Flat Bottom
|Deep Brew Chamber |
& Smooth Interior
|High Quality Mesh ||Silicone Seal |
Size: 1-Count | Color: Brown
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It's easy to use, easy to clean.
Can't do too large of cup of coffee as it gets too weak and if I put more grounds it it gets to the point where the Keurig can't push water through the grounds.
I use it with filters and it makes a good cup of coffee - much better than using the plastic thing you can get from Keurig if you don't want to use K-cups.
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I have long since used the plastic version of this cup with my Keurig and have been very satisfied. I thought that this cup would be a nice complement to my largely stainless... Read morePublished 32 minutes ago by My 2 Cents
Wonderful!! Best one I have tried yet. Best used with those little filters.Published 17 hours ago by Lynn G.
Poor brewing. Had this for 6 months and it's so clogged even though I wash it that it barely brews anything. Coffee taste like plastic as well. Read morePublished 23 hours ago by Yankee candle 02
Excellent for keyring units. Very easy to clean with war, water. Highly recommended and very durable!Published 1 day ago by Tony
Cant overfill, machine has hard time if you use more than 2 tablespoonful's, at 2 tablespoonful's your coffee is watered down. Read morePublished 1 day ago by MP
They weren't the same as the advertised product, but I'm making it work. They don't seem to have the sturdiness of other filters, so I figured out a way to maneuver it into the... Read morePublished 1 day ago by DM