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Mr. Coffee Single Serve 24 oz. Coffee Brewer, Black
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- Pod coffee maker powered by Keurig Brewing Technology; uses patented Keurig K-Cup Packs for coffee, tea, or cocoa
- Removable 24 oz. water reservoir for multiple brews without refilling
- 3 cup size options: 6 oz., 8 oz., or 10 oz.
- Removable drip tray to accommodate larger cups or travel mugs
- Includes a sampler pack with 5 K-Cups
- Powered by Keurig Brewed technology for coffeehouse quality at home
- Uses Keurig K-Cup packs
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|Item Dimensions||12 x 7 x 12.2 in||13.3 x 9.8 x 13 in||5.75 x 9.9 x 13 in||6 x 9.92 x 13.07 in||7.09 x 11.06 x 11.34 in|
|Item Weight||7.9 lbs||12 lbs||3.88 lbs||3.22 lbs||7.33 lbs|
The Mr. Coffee K-Cup Single Serve 24 oz. Coffee Maker delivers incredible convenience thanks to our partnership with Keurig. That's right—you can use your favorite K-Cup varieties to brew delicious, single-cup beverages whenever you want them. Simply add fresh water to the 24 oz. reservoir, insert your desired K-Cup Pod, and press the brew button. You can even choose between between 3 brew sizes: 6 oz., 8 oz., or 10 oz. No matter how you make it, you'll fall in love with every cup, thanks to this innovative collaboration between two of the most trusted brands in home coffee brewing.
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First of all, I have experience with a couple different Keurigs, never been much impressed with either one of those, and they were well over $100 bucks each. This one works so much better, the drip is strong and fast. As others have mentioned, it takes about a good 2 minutes from pressing brew to actually getting your cup of coffee, not a huge issue, I can do other stuff while it's being made. The reservoir is very easy to remove and fill, it "snaps" in place enough that it feels secure, and it's right on top, and that helps too. It has 2 brew sizes 6 oz. and 10 oz. The lights on the machine are really bright. The bottom tray is removable to fit a bigger travel cup. The reservoir holds 24 ounces, good enough for 2 person household.
So far, no leakage issues as others have mentioned. Some people say, it helps to remove the reservoir, in order to prevent leakage, when filling.I have to as it sits below my counter. It is too early to tell of any issues.
It is just like a full on Keurig, it has the handle to open and pop your k-cup in. Not sure if it's all machines or just mine: in order to snap the lid closed on the k-cup requires me to hold the bottom of the lid, as it is a tight snap to get it closed, and I feel as though not holding it will cause it to tip forward. Not a big deal, at least you know it's closed but, this could be an issue for someone with arthritis. Again, it's not a full keurig. The seal around the edge does not appear to be completely flush, not a big issue. The coffee is brewed just fine.
I did not measure it myself but, from the product info it's around 12 x 7 x 12, or so. I am including a link to a k-cup organizer that should fit it just fine. I should receive it tomorrow. I really like this Brewer, it's small and takes up very little real estate.
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Oh, and it's not very loud, compared to some of its counterparts. So that's also a plus. It's also super light-weight. When I got the box, I was worried there was nothing inside, that's how light it was, I was not deterred as it functioned beautifully.
I have included a picture, the cup i used is about 11 oz, not sure though. I made a 10 oz. brew and there was, maybe, about 1/2 inch or less of space at the top. I used the Maxwell House Breakfast Blend light brew MAXWELL HOUSE Breakfast Blend K-CUP Pods - 18 count
Last note, this was $30.00. I'm a bit of a tightwad, so I would probably not have paid anymore than that, but honestly, regular price of around $45.00 is still worth it. You are not purchasing a $100 dollar machine, so do not expect it to perform as such. This is right on point for price, it's a worthwhile buy.
Edit: I added a few more pictures now that I received my organizer.
I've also used a legit Keurig machine to brew my coffee. To be honest, it takes a little while longer to brew than a Keurig brand machine. I'm not sure about the exact time, because I didn't time it. But, I'd guess it's around five minutes. However, I've had a lot of problems with coffee grinds in my coffee using the legit Keurig, even after cleaning out the k-cup holder and pre-piercing the k-cup itself (as I explain below).
I have only had one problem with this machine, and I easily fixed it by googling the problem. I would put a ridged k-cup into the machine and hit brew. It would sound like it was brewing, but nothing would happen. After a lot of frustration and internet searching, I discovered that the trick is to pre-pierce the k-cup before closing the lid and brewing. I place the k-cup into the holder and pierce it on the bottom while setting it into place. Then I almost close the lid, being sure to pierce the foil on top and close it up. I havent' had a problem since. Prepping the k-cup this way has also helped prevent coffee grounds from getting to my cup.
I don't really understand the whole "it's not quite a Keurig" reviews, because I'd rather spend less than a hundred bucks on a silly coffee machine than have a name brand machine. And even though I have to perform extra prep to get a cup of coffee, it's a habit now and not time-consuming anyway.
I think this would be good for someone who wants a machine that does the same thing as a similar machine for much less $.
Smaller footprint than the full sized Keurig.
Much quieter than a Keurig.
Makes coffee that tastes the same as a Keurig.
Takes 3 times as long to heat up compared to a Keurig.
Only holds enough water for 2 cups.
The lid for the K-Cup is tough to open and close compared to a Keurig.
After 5 months it won't pass water through at all. It's been a couple of weeks since I used it and I was just going to run some water through to keep it clean. I cleaned the water canister and refilled it with clean filtered water (not straight tap or distilled, just PUR filtered). You can hear the brewer heating the water, and then the pump kicks on. But nothing comes out. I've tried cleaning the needles, I've even taken the upper needle head out and tried clearing the tubes. Nothing.
I've sent an inquiry to Jarden (Parent company of Mr. Coffee) in regards to how to file for a warranty claim. But I have a sneaking suspicion it won't be worth it as I'm sure I'll have to pay for shipping, and then be without it for a couple of months.
If the brewer ends up being fixed, I'll update this review. If it had never had this problem I would have rated it at 4-Stars.
I received a response from Mr. Coffee (Jarden) saying that simply based upon the information I provided they are shipping me a replacement brewer. They do not want the old one back. That's a great customer experience with amazing service. A lot of companies could take note from them on how to do it. So I've updated to 4-Stars as promised.