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Presto 02835 MyJo Single Cup Coffee Maker
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- The convenience of a single cup coffee maker without the high cost!
- Compact design lets you take it anywhere - home, work, school, travel or camping
- Heat water, fill reservoir with hot water from tea kettle or place filled reservoir in microwave and heat
- Assemble, place K-Cup pack in base, attach the water reservoir and pump; Brew and enjoy!
- Place assembled coffee maker on top of your favorite coffee mug or cup and pump water through K-Cup pack to brew
- The convenience of a single cup coffee maker without the high cost!^Compact design lets you take it anywhere - home, work, school, travel or camping^Heat water, fill reservoir with hot water from tea kettle or place filled reservoir in microwave and heat^Assemble, place Single serve pack for the Keurig K-Cup Brewer pack in base, attach the water reservoir and pump; Brew and enjoy!^Place assembled coffee maker on top of your favorite coffee mug or cup and pump water through Single serve pack for the Keurig K-Cup Brewer pack to brew
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Enjoy the convenience of a single cup coffee maker without the high cost of big brewing machines. MyJo uses K-Cup packs and other single serve cups
Brews 6,-8-, or 10-ounce servings. Works with most travel and coffee mugs. Slip and heat resistant silicone grip provides easy handling. Easy to clean! Toss the K-Cup and rinse the base.
Best of all, MyJo goes where you go! It's portable, compact design is great for home, work, school, travel, even camping.
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2835 Features: -Microwave-safe water reservoir function fill lines at 6-, 8-, and 10-ounce serving levels. -Slip- and heat resistant silicone grip provides easy handling when hot water is in the reservoir. -Simply toss the K-Cup* pack and rinse the base. -Easy to clean. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -9 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: -3.96 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: -3.96 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -0.68 Pounds.
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Some reviews noted a few problems. Here are my thoughts/solutions:
Hard to pierce cup: I've never had this problem - I just place the k cup in and pop it down and it works great.
Top doesn't seal properly - I did have this problem but realized that I hadn't pushed the top down hard enough to seal. One more quick press and it was fine.
Doesn't make a full cup of coffee - ??? I never understood this. I use a strong k cup and a larger travel mug. I add water to just below 10 oz mark and it works great in my travel cup. The company recommends you don't try to use a taller cup for safety reasons but I haven't had a problem.
Water doesn't press through: Ok - I get this one. I felt like an idiot when I kept pressing and the water stopped going through and I spent 5 minutes trying to realize the easy solution. When you press the two part top and there is still water in the container, you have lost pressure. Just allow the top to "pop" back up and press again. Yes, it might take 2-3 full pumps but seriously - it is worth it!
Yes, it is a bit tacky looking and it definitely doesn't sit on my counter, but I love this little gadget and my husband loves that I'm not wanting another big machine (at the moment!). I am going to try the Aeropress because I have heard nothing but positive comments about it, but the purchase of both still costs 70% less than replacing my original coffeemaker.
Tip: I thought something was wrong with it when I noticed water wasn't coming out and it wasn't pumping. I checked the spout right underneath the cup and saw that the slit wasn't cut. I took a tooth pick to it and voila it worked perfectly. So if you notice that it's not pumping and water isn't coming out of it, check underneath the cup before throwing it, trust me.
Bottom line: It's easy to use and puts out a respectable cup of coffee.
What I like:
-- small size -- it breaks down into 4 pieces (k-cup holder, water reservoir, rubber pump, and pump cap), so easy to store and pack
-- simple to use -- put k-cup in holder, screw on water reservoir, add water, put pump cap into rubber pump, put pump into water reservoire, pump
-- coffee produced is quite good, maybe not as good as a K machine, but still much better than I expected and definitely drinkable
-- easy to maintain -- clean and dry after use (NO DISHWASHER)
What I don't like:
-- getting the pump into the reservoir filled with hot water is a tad tricky - you have to be VERY careful and steady. There's a sturdy plastic ring in the bottom flange of the pump, so I usually just push on that (gently) until the pump is firmly in place.
-- there's always a little water left in the reservoir after filling because the opening in the bottom of the reservoir is raised slightly. I'm never quite sure whether or not I've pumped all the water out, although usually, I'll see a lot of steam as I pump air. Just something to be aware of.
I've been using it daily now for two weeks and I've had no real issues other than a slight learning curve.
Some things I've learned:
-- do NOT use boiling water with this. As with at least one other version of the same idea, boiling water (as in rolling boil) can cause the plastic to crack. This may be less of a risk with this model because the bottom of the reservoir is plastic, not metal (the others seem to crack because the metal puncture pin expands with the heat), but still -- the user manual says not to use boiling water and I suspect they have a reason. I have an electric kettle that has an adjustable thermostat so I set it so that it shuts off just before reaching a solid boil (got it on Amazon, and it was surprisingly inexpensive). I'm hoping this will add to a longer lifespan for this.
-- don't push too hard on the pump. All that does is force the water through faster and you'll end up with weak coffee (speaking from experience). Take a little time, using gentle pressure just to keep the water flowing.
-- I fill water to the 8-oz line in the reservoir. It usually takes 3-4 "pumps" to get all the water into the cup, occasionally more. I have a 20-oz mug, so I run the process twice with 2 k-cups to get an almost-full mug.
Overall, I really do like this. I'm planning to take it along on my next vacation since the coffee provided in hotel rooms is usually not that good and as long as I can get hot water, I know this will provide a drinkable cup of coffee. Solid 4 stars -- I like it!
- As another reviewer noted, the slower you push the water through the coffee pod, the better the brew. Go slow. You will be tempted to push down on the top quickly to get your morning fix of coffee, but take the few extra seconds to go super slow and you will be rewarded with better tasting coffee.
- Both regular Keurig pods and the included coffee pod work great. I brought the Keurig pods along since they were less hassle while camping
- I found this set up to be more stable when placed on a wider coffee cup
Oh, and yes, this has the potential (like most things in life) to be dangerous. Hot water is -- surprise, surprise -- hot. Be careful when you're assembling the top onto the water-holder section of the coffee maker and do this on a solid surface (like a table). After it's assembled, then put the entire coffee maker on top of your coffee cup.
All in all, a great little invention that impressed all of my fellow campers.