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Hamilton Beach 49970 Personal Cup One Cup Pod Brewer

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  • Fresh coffee made your way
  • Brews up to a 12 oz. cup
  • One-touch start with auto shutoff
  • Brew basket is dishwasher safe
  • Easy with no mess
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Hamilton Beach 49970 Personal Cup One Cup Pod Brewer + Senseo Coffee Pods, Dark Roast,18 Count (Pack of 6), 26.46 Ounce + Melitta Coffee Pods for Senseo and Hamilton Beach Pod Brewers, Dark Roast (Pack of 6), 26.64 Ounce 18 ct bags.
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Height 9.4 inches 7 inches 5.9 inches 13.5 inches
Length 9 inches 9.5 inches 7.4 inches 9.8 inches
Width 5.4 inches 10.6 inches 12.1 inches 7.6 inches
Material Plastic Plastic Plastic Stainless Steel
Color Black Black Black Stainless
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  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 5.4 x 9.4 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B003GW873G
  • Item model number: 49970
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (637 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Hamilton Beach Personal Cup One Cup Pod Brewer. For fresh coffee made fast, look no further. The Personal Cup Brewer makes a single cup the easy way. Instead of messy coffee grounds, it uses affordable and delicious Melitta Coffee Pods.

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Customer Reviews

This coffee maker is perfect for the person who only drinks one cup at a time.
Kelly Cyr
So I'm not sure if the pod design or the maker, but the coffee is simply too weak for my taste.
J. Kaye Oldner
Works great for a small item & fast, very easy to use for a quick coffee & easy to clean.
Sheldon Oberholtzer

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305 of 311 people found the following review helpful By P. Killion on May 3, 2011
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*** Note 8/6/2012 - So I'm finally able to update this thing, now that Senseo is starting to get some product in stock. A few things to note for those new to Senseo, their majority holdings from Philips were recently sold to Sara Lee I believe, and this caused a massive disruption in production and availability for the US, and thus Senseo brand coffee had been unavailable for several months. They have also made the decision to go to online-only shipping of their coffee, meaning you will not find Senseo coffee in stores anymore. The in-store alternative is the Melitta brand pods, which fit the Senseo maker, and should be sold in places such as WalMart. Personally, since Senseo has also increased their costs of their coffee (while also jerking their customers such as myself around for months), I won't really recommend the Senseo brand anymore. Decent coffee depending on your tastes, so you will have to decide what's worthwhile to you.

The review for this pod drip brewer will still stand, as it is still working just fine.

I love this little thing!

Originally, we had a very nice KitchenAid 10-cup Coffee Maker in our kitchen. It did its job very well, but for a long time I had been eying a Keurig machine. I'd had Keurig coffee in the past, and loved it. Looking at the machines, you'll quickly see how much of an "investment" it is. First, the machines are incredibly expensive; they make smaller models now, but even those start around $60-$70, and many don't have stellar reviews in terms of longevity. Next, the K-cups are also very expensive. Sure, you can buy the reusable thing, but if I'm going through that hassle, why do I even need a specialized brewer to begin with?
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153 of 158 people found the following review helpful By Miss M on March 17, 2011
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I bought this coffee maker for myself for Christmas because I wanted a single serve maker, but I didn't want to pay the money for a Keurig. Imagine my surprise when I got a Keurig from my husband for Christmas....but I also got this. So we set up the Keurig and I put this away. Shortly after Christmas my grandfather who lives with me entered his final journey with cancer. I moved into his apartment to care for him 24/7, and I opened the Hamilton Beach so I could make a quick cup of coffee during the night while sitting up with him. I was shocked to discover that this little $20 coffee pot makes just as good coffee as my $150 Keurig.

1. It doesn't brew as fast as a Keurig that is "ready to go"...but it takes the same amount of time to brew a cup of coffee as a Keurig that has been "off" over night and you have to wait for the water to heat up. In my opinion, it is still faster than brewing a "traditional" pot of coffee.

2. I don't like really strong coffee, so if I'm using a smaller mug I can get away with using 1 pod of medium roast coffee. I've read some reviews of people who think 1 pod is too weak...I think that is a taste preference, and also depends on if you are using more water for a larger mug or not. Just my opinion and not a criticism of people who like really strong coffee. If you like coffee really strong, then 2 pods of medium roast might not work for you. Hard to say. :)

3. The pods are cheaper than a Keurig. We use this coffee maker along side our Keurig, and it helps us to save a little money by alternating machines. Both make good coffee, but each machine's coffee tastes different...this tastes more traditionally brewed than our Keurig.
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90 of 92 people found the following review helpful By A. Howerton on December 10, 2011
First, I bought this item at Walmart on clearance. Bought one for $10 intending to take up to the office. Our hot water spout on our water cooler at home (yes, it's that bad here) went out and this has replaced it. I ended up buying a second later at $9 (both included the free bag of pods) for the office since we're keeping the first one at home. My wife and I use it almost daily to make coffee, tea, and hot chocolate. We interchange the tea bag for a coffee pod (depending on the tea, I will either leave the bag in my cup or actually use the basket) and have great results. I prefer using this over the microwave for hot water as it doesn't take much longer and stays hotter longer. It's quick, efficient, and easy to clean. Hot chocolate will splash up on the basket if you put it in the cup first, so be warned. We've been using them for about three months with no problems. Here are my main talking points:

1. Single cup reservoir: you get about 8oz from a single brew and have to fill it up each time. This, to me, isn't that much of a problem as we keep it near our water cooler and I can get a 16oz cup of water from the breakroom at work to get me through the morning. I plan on buying a water jug for the office and will keep a gallon or so handy at my desk and just refill as needed. All in all, this is not a deal breaker for me although more expensive models have larger tanks (and a bigger footprint). For those making cups to go, this may not be the best option as you would want to brew two cups to get what you need.

2. Quick: thing brews quickly - doesn't take any time at all. I actually find that it's done before I'm ready to drink most days.
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