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Krups KP1010 Home Cafe Single Serve Coffee Machine

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  • Quickly brews hot coffee by the cup or two cups simultaneously, with no mess and no waste
  • Brews up to 18 ounces at a time, with 6-, 7.5- or 9-ounce cup settings
  • Water filtration cartridge, removable 40-ounce water tank, 1-hour, auto shut-off
  • Starter pack of Millstone coffee pods included
  • Also compatible with Home Cafe creamy style coffee pods for cappuccino and latte drinks


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 11 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0009YDHQ6
  • Item model number: KP1010J4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #294,047 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

New from Krups, the Home Café System. Perfect flavor Every time. The precise control of water, quantity, temperature, and pressure combined with pre-measured beverage pods ensures the perfect drink in seconds with no waste, mess and little clean up. Easy to use control allows for one or two cups at the same time and can accommodate creamy beverage pods. The pump and stainless steel lined Thermoblock heating element similar to an espresso machine, provides pressurized hot water for just the right amount of extraction, serving perfect coffee every time. Ready to use in less than a minute it has a removable 40 oz water tank with water filtration and comes with a starter pack of Home Cafe pods.

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Customer Reviews

It makes great coffee and is very efficient.
DAB
If you like your coffee to be strong and not watery, then I guess this is not the machine for you.
ACW1120
Thus, only one star...because it looks nice I guess.
J. Hermes

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

85 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Wayne Fogel on November 28, 2005
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Krups has hit a homerun with this new coffee/cappuccino maker. It is easy to use, flexible and makes both coffee and cappuccino easily and with no fuss or bother. I decided to order one when I saw the Folgers cappuccino pods in the grocery store and noted that they were for the Home Café system. They certainly did not fit my much-used Senseo. The Home Café system is similar in concept to the Senseo system but much better thought out and engineered. I have tried to compare the two systems below. I believe if you look at each one you will wind up as I have strongly preferring the Krups.

(1) The Krups system can make either one or two cups of coffee at the same time. Each will use one Millstone/Folgers pod. Strength can be varied by altering the amount of water used - 6 oz, 7.5 oz or 9 oz. The Senseo system by contrast can offer only two strength levels, full and half strength and can brew only one cup at a time.

(2) I found the low mug clearance (3 ˝') of the Senseo a real problem. Most mugs are taller than this. The new Krups system has a clearance of a little more than 6". My travel mug fits under this.

(3) My Senseo sounded like steam engine warming up while the Krups is quiet. Both are noisy while brewing but the Krups is quieter.

(4) The Krups has a 48 oz water tank, the Senseo a 26 oz.

(5) The Krups has a carbon filter to eliminate chlorine, scale and other nasty things that ruin the taste of your coffee while the Senseo does not.

(6) The most important difference - cappuccino!! With the new Folgers cappuccino pods this machine makes an excellent cup of cappuccino with no more trouble than making a cup of coffee.
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49 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Walter P. Wilson on October 27, 2005
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I received the krups 1010 from Amazon yesterday. It makes excellent coffee! I purchased it to use in my workshop because of the one hour auto cut off feature. I once left a regular drip machine switched on for three days in my shop. It melted and burned after all the coffee evaporated out. I was lucky that it was plugged in on my welding table which is fire proof,or my shop may have burned also. Unfortunately my wife tried it this PM, and now I will have to get a second one for my shop. Our regular drip machine, a 10 cup Bunn, is now in a cabinet and the krups pod brewer belongs to my wife. Unlike a previous reviewer stated it will use a variety of pods. I purchased Seneso, Maxwellhouse, Yuban, and Millstone pods along with the 1010 pod brewer. They all work equally well. Fit and finish is excellent. It does not leak. It is fast and easy to use. It does not splatter. My wife and I can make two cups at the same time using different types of coffee in under one minute. I prefer the 7 1/2 oz setting using the Senseo Dark Roast. She likes the flavored varieties which I can not stand no matter what they are brewed in. It also has a setting for 5 and 9 oz. If you find that the flavor/freshness of the coffee in your regular machine deteriorates after the first cup you will be pleased with the consistency and freshness of this pod coffee maker.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By FNU MNU LNU on April 18, 2006
I'm totally pleased with this product. I researched the single serve coffee machines for hours on end. I selected the Krups over the Braun, the Keurig, the Senseo and the Tasimo for the following reasons:

1) the Krups can make 3 different sizes of beverage, with 9 oz being the largest;
2) the Krups can brew 2 servings at a time;
3) the coffee pods used by the Krups are widely available (even at Wal-Mart and my grocery store) whereas the K-cups (Keurig) and Tasimo discs are harder to find;
4) the Krups machine costs far less than the Braun;
5) the Krups comes with two different sized pod holders--large ones for coffee and small ones for tea (the idea is to have no transfer of flavors).

I use my Krups at the office. I keep gallon containers of bottled water nearby and can offer visitors a nice cup of coffee or tea. (You can put the tea bags into the machine itself or simply let the machine produce hot water and brew the tea in the cup). In the summer, I think I'll use it to brew a couple 8 oz. cups of tea, let them cool to room temperature, and then ice them down in a large glass. More cost effective than visiting the soda machine, and better flavor.

The Krups gets the water so hot that I've even used it to make Ramen noodles.

The Krups warms the water and and brews coffee quickly (in about a minute). The machine is not particularly noisy, and it does not make a mess. To the extent it ever sprays or splatters at all, it does so when the pod has not been carefully tucked into the machine. And even then, the mess is very minimal.

I also like the auto shutoff feature. This way I know that I won't burn the office down over the weekend.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Blue 911 on August 30, 2005
I have used this for a few weeks and am very pleased with it. First, it makes a good cup of coffee, even without factoring in the convenience. I'm still trying different varieties. The French Roast is so far my favorite. By dialing in either 6, 7.5, or 9 oz, it is very easy to adjust the strength to your tastes. I find even the 9 oz to be strong enough.

The build is very sturdy, better than most of the other pod coffee makers. Charcoal filter in the water is a good idea for those living in the city.

Only disadvantages I see are that the machine is relatively expensive, it costs more per cup, of course, than a regular coffee maker, and your choices of coffees are more limited. But if you only want one cup in the morning on the way out the door, it's certainly quick, with no mess, and leaves no wasted, leftover coffee. I find it of good value.
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