Keurig My K-Cup Universal Reusable K-Cup Pod Coffee Filter, Compatible with All 2.0 Keurig K-Cup Pod Coffee Makers, 1 Count, Black
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- The only Keurig approved reusable filter designed for use in all Keurig home coffee makers
- Make your own gourmet coffee
- Includes two fill lines; Optimized for cup & travel mug brew sizes
- Premium, durable construction
- Easy to use & easy to clean. BPA free
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The Keurig My K-Cup universal reusable filter is a simple and convenient way to brew your favorite ground Coffee using your Keurig Coffee maker. Now, in addition to hundreds of delicious varieties of K-Cup pods, you can enjoy an even bigger assortment of Coffee. The Keurig My universal reusable filter is the only reusable coffee filter approved for use in all Keurig K-Cup Coffee makers. Brewing your favorite ground Coffee is easier than ever; just fill the My K-Cup reusable filter to one of the two fill lines, then pop it into your Keurig Coffee maker and in no time, you’ll be enjoying a cup of hot, delicious Coffee. The Keurig My K-Cup universal reusable filter is optimized for both cup and travel mug brew sizes, and the removable lid makes filling and cleaning a snap. Highly durable and dishwasher safe (top rack only), the Keurig My universal reusable filter is BPA-free, and made with materials that meet the highest standards of product quality and safety.
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This cup solves the strength problem but not the sludge, thus the 4-star rating. You can't use a paper filter because of the lid's locking system. A filter that would fit fully into the cup would uselessly let water and coffee grounds flow over the top of the filter. My workaround is dispensing the coffee through a Melitta single-serve pour-over system rather than directly into my cup. Now I have a beautifully clean strong cup of coffee. ::smiling::
I ask my coffee purveyor to grind at #9 and use 2 rounded tablespoons for a mid-sized cup.For a large cup, fill to the travel mug mark. Fill it fairly loosely; tap it only once on the counter.
By using regular coffee grounds like Maxwell House I think I calculated at one time about 15 cents a cup. I suppose for the Star Bucks addicts 50 cents to 70 cents for a K-Cup sounds great. Save your money and make an inexpensive cup that is equally as good.
For those saying it doesn't work, I'm guessing you're not grinding course enough. I self grind and I nearly need to have it as course as possible (think French press). If the grind is too fine, it won't push the water through. Also, if you fill it too full, it won't work either. Coffee expands when wet so don't fill past the max line (see instructions).
Also, the attachment option is only for the models with the carafe, you don't need the attachment if you don't have that with your machine but keep the attachment in case you upgrade.
Keep in mind, this refillable filter is for up to travel mug size. It won't brew a good strength carafe but there is a carafe refillable filter available on Amazon.
This feels like a 3-piece product as the bottom piece is attached and shouldn't need to be removed except for cleaning purposes. You turn the lid to remove and pull it from atop the filter. I then rinse off the cap and dump the used grounds from the filter in the garbage.
Pros: Affordable. Simple to use once you learn the difference from the old version. Easier cleanup.
Neutral: Using this version of the refillable cup makes you have to choose the numbering system that Keurig uses. I usually go with 10 oz cups so I had to pick number 4.
Con: I cannot think of any cons at the moment but will update if needed.
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El único inconveniente es que tienes que ver qué cierre bien antes de que se ponga el seguro al girarlo.
1. Easy to assemble and switch with your K cup holder once you read the instructions so you can switch from pods to ground coffee with each serving.
2. Saves money since it is a precise measured amount, it takes less ground coffee than a drip coffee maker to make same cup.
3. A fresher brew, sometimes with k cups you get stale coffee depending on when it is grounded and packaged.
4. Better for the environment no k cups to dispose.
5. Tip; I put ground coffee in my compose bin or around plants that have a bug problem most bugs don't like the coffee smell.
1. Since the grounds become compacted after brewing, take off the filter cover and removing the filter from its basket and turning the filter upside down and gently tapping on the side of the sink doesn't work to release the grounds. And if you leave them in the machine overnight it's even worse. I use a small teaspoon to gentle get the grounds out and then wash the filter out under the tap.
Yo lo tuve que regresar pero todo fue culpa mía. Tengo una Cuisinart SS-10 que usa K-Cups y trae su propio filtro reutilizable pero quería tener otro filtro para poder hacer dos tasas seguidas sin tener que limpiarlo entre preparar una taza la segunda. El filtro oficial de Cuisinart SS-RFC está a la venta aquí o directo con la marca pero yo quería algo de mejora calidad.
Pongo la foto para que vean la diferencia de calidad entre el Keurig (negro a la izquierda) y el Cuisinart (gris a la derecha). los dos tienen la misa capacidad pero el Keurig está hecho con mejores materiales, la tapa cierra con rosca y el empaque (de la tapa) se ve que va durar mas. En cambio, el Cuisinart tiene una tapa unida al cuerpo con un dobléz del mismo plástico que algún día se va a romper y el cierre es una pestaña que algún día va a dejar de servir.
No tuve oportunidad de usar el Keurig porque aún cuando le quitas la pieza de abajo, queda una pestaña de 2 mm que impide que entre correctamente en el espacio que tiene la Cuisinart SS-10. No me pareció buena idea cortarle esa pestaña y mejor lo regresé para pedir el filtro Cuisinart.
Sometimes the engineers should recognize perfection and leave well enough alone!
I am going to source an Original first generation Kcup Universal Basket!