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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
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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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(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 ½') 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. I have tried a number of cappuccino machines in the past and this is the easiest to use and turns out consistently good results. It will not be as good as the best you ever had at Starbucks but it will be a lot better than the numerous disappointments you have had and more than good enough to draw compliments from your friends.
The big drawback to this machine - price. At $119 it costs more than twice as much as the Senseo system. It is however much more user friendly, provides a better cup of coffee and makes a great cappuccino to boot. I strongly recommend it as a present to any coffee/cappuccino lovers in your family or even to yourself.
I really like that I can make more than one size cup of coffee and can make two at a time if I want. The machine is solid feeling and QUIET, which something that none of the other three machines can say. It doesn't rattle the countertop and spit/sputter as the others do. Also, the other three machines dripped or oozed water into the drip tray while making coffee. The Melita 1:1 machine did a little when I first starting using it but finally became so bad I had to replace it. The Black and Decker machine had a slot where water from around the seal would nearly pour into the drip tray while making coffee...so much that I had to empty it with nearly every cup. The Senseo also dripped/oozed water and at more than double the price of the other two it shouldn't have either.
Also, no matter what they might say in the literature I have found that any standard coffee pod, not just the "Home Cafe" pods work fine in this machine. I buy and use the "Archer Farms" brand from Target and they are terrific and less expensive than the Home Cafe.
The only thing that I have any complaint about is that when the machine finishes its cycle it does a burst of steam to clean itself. That burst of steam frequently splashes coffee drops over the counter immediately adjacent to the machine requiring that I wipe it up. But, that is the only complaint and I think it is a small one.
I would recommend this machine to anyone!