|Item Weight||2.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||63 x 30.3 x 11.8 inches|
|Item model number||COFFEEDUCK2|
|Manufacturer Part Number||COFFEEDUCK2|
Second Generation Coffeeduck PERMANENT Refillable Coffee Filter for the Senseo SUPREME & DELUXE ONLY
|Price:||$11.90 + $3.40 shipping|
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- The Coffeeduck Second Generation ONLY works in the newer Senseo models HD7820-DH7824, HD7830, and HD7841-HD7842.
- The Coffeeduck is dishwasher safe and lasts for years
- Foam layer is preserved
- Good value for money
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The Coffeeduck New Generation ONLY works in the Senseo models HD7820-DH7824, HD7830, and the HD7841-HD7842 models. If you have the original Senseo this will NOT work. The Coffeeduck lets you change your Senseo into an espresso coffee maker. The Coffeeduck is a 2-pod holder that is also works for ground coffee. Youll be amazed by its versatility! The Coffeeduck is usable for all types of coffee, from fast-brew filter to finely ground espresso coffee. You can put 5 to 14 grams of loose coffee in the Coffeeduck (ordinary paper pods contain 7 grams of coffee). Preparing one cup of coffee takes about 20 seconds more compared to preparing coffee using a paper pod.
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The Coffeeduck works great if you use it correctly.
I'm giving it four stars, instead of five, because it's tedious to use. And if you don't read the instructions and pay attention to what it says then you're going to be unhappy. I've had this for two weeks, using it about five times a day, and I've got the routine figured out. If you're not mechanically inclined then you probably won't like this. A friend watched me use this and immediately said "I'm just going to stick with the pods".
You cannot fill the Coffeeduck all the way to the physical top of the metal carrier. If you do this then the Senseo will not close. I suspect that this might have been the problem for the other reviewers here that said these aren't compatible. Instead you fill it to a smaller lip 2/3 of the way up (the instructions describe this, but you need to pay attention to the instructions). The tricky bit is that you need to get all the coffee crumbs off of that lip, which can be tedious. If you don't do this correctly then things won't work well (the Senseo won't close, or you'll get watery coffee, or it will leak water).
Also, if you pack in the coffee too much then the Senseo won't be able to pump the water through the coffee, and instead the water will come spewing out the sides of the machine and all over your countertop. I don't think there's anything the coffeeduck designers could have done to improve this. It's just something you're going to have to learn.
Note: I suspect the Coffeeduck for the base model Senseo is easier to use. The metal coffee carrier for that unit is smaller, and there won't be the internal lip, making cleaning off the excess coffee crumbs far easier (fill it, wipe it, and go). If you haven't bought a Senseo yet, and you think that a Coffeeduck will be one of your primary uses, then I would get the base model Senseo along with the Coffeeduck Classic that is designed for it. If I had that model I would probably give it five stars.
1. Works with Senseo SL7832/55 Supreme.
2. Saves money over time since Senseo pouch averages about 25-60 cents per cup of
3. More choices of coffee. You're no longer limited to what the Senseo offers.
1. Must use fine grinds in order to work properly. Unless you can get a grinder
that gets you the perfect grind everytime, you will probably experience water
leakage and grinds overflowing in the machine from time to time. Packing the
coffee grinds too tight will result in grind/water leakage also.
2. Time consuming to fill and clean. Like another reviewer mentioned, you have to
be careful when filling the coffee and keep the rim clean of any coffee grind.
After the brew, you will end up with quite a bit of watery sludge which could be
time consuming to clean.
3. Less or no foam. If you like the foam produced by the Senseo pods, you'll be
disappointed with the amount of (or lack of) foam the coffeeduck produces.
While the Coffeeduck works as advertised, I feel that it defeats the purpose of buying a Senseo machine, which is the ease of use in the first place. With the Senseo, you can have a brewed cup of coffee with 2 press of buttons within a minute. With the Coffeeduck, I traded the convenience for the freedom of packing my own coffee grind. Unlike using the coffee pods, it has been difficult to get a consistent cup of coffee using the Coffeeduck. If you want the same convenience of using a Senseo pod but with your own coffee, I would suggest trying out other methods of using a paper coffee filter first.