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Presto 02835 MyJo Single Cup Coffee Maker, Black
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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! Myjo uses single serve packs to make gourmet Coffee, tea, or hot cocoa. Compact design lets you take it anywhere, work, school, travel, or camping. Just fill the reservoir with hot water from a tea kettle or heat the filled reservoir in a microwave. The slip- and heat-resistant silicone grip makes it easy to handle. Place the single serve pack in the base, attach the water reservoir, and the pump. Place assembled Coffee maker on top of your Coffee mug and pump to brew. The heated water passes through the single serve pack to brew 6-, 8-, or 10-ounce servings. Works with most travel mugs and Coffee Cups. Cleaning is easy! Just toss the single serve pack and rinse The base. Includes a BONUS refillable myjo cup so you can use your favorite ground coffee—any brand, blend, or flavor.
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1. Best Size - compact easy for take along/travel
2. Most like Keruig - three cup size choices (6oz, 8oz, & 10oz options)
3. Microwave Safe reservoir cup.
4. Free Bonus reusable k cup (to be fair, each coffee maker came with a free reusable k cup).
5. Made well.
Quick, easy, nice size for travel, microwave compatible, gives you 6oz-8oz-10oz option's.
UPDATE: after one month of use, small silicone valve inside no longer stays in place during use. what a mess! grounds and water everywhere! tried calling the posted number to ask about buying replacement valves, number is a dead listing. so unhappy! should come with ten replacement valves! i hope i can find some, i really do love the product, and used it everyday :(
UPDATE: after one year+ of trying to contact presto, finally got an answer to the valve issue. they "never heard of any problems. but they could send me ONE replacement valve, for $1.50, plus $2 S/H" no thank you! i will just throw it out. btw, the second one i bought is still working after two months. fingers crossed! i really think they could send ten of the valves for that price, or one for free to replace the defective one.
The first time I pushed on the pump, no water came out of the reservoir. Then I remembered what another user had said, and, sure enough, the problem was that the small, rubber plug that's supposed to have a slit in it, didn't have one. You could see a thin line where the slit was supposed to be. Using a sharp knife, I carefully cut a slit where it was supposed to be, and after that, the unit worked fine. On its troubleshooting list that accompanies the unit, the manufacturer talks about things to do if the pump doesn't seem to be working, but the slit problem isn't mentioned. I guess they don't want to admit to the potential problem.
One thing I learned is the importance of using coarse-ground beans. Too-fine ground beans clog up the small cup insert that comes with the unit. It's hard to keep the grounds coarse enough when using a blade coffee grinder. Instead, I bought a small, hand-crank burr grinder that can be adjusted for coarse grinding. That works great and such units usually are very inexpensive.
If you like strong coffee, when you use coarse grounds you can run the coffee through the grounds a second time to strengthen the brew. Just pour the coffee from the cup back into the reservoir and repeat the process.
One other thing: Be sure to clean the pointed puncture-tip at the bottom of the upper (reservoir) section each time you clean the parts. Coffee grounds tend to accumulate there and clog the unit.
I clean all the parts just with plain water, no soap, to avoid a soapy taste.
The first time I tried it I made a cup of coffee in about 60 seconds. But it came out too weak and orange colored. Then I realized I had to push it through much slower so that it would increase the strength of the coffee. I did that. And in order to get a truly black cup of coffee, you would have to apply the tiniest amount of pressure, else your coffee will come out really weak and very light colored.
To apply the appropriate amount of pressure to get a truly black cup of coffee, you would need to hold your hand on the top of it and apply the smallest amount of pressure, letting out one drop of liquid into your coffee cup every few seconds. For a 10oz cup, that would probably take you at least 15-20 minutes. By that time, your arm is tired and the hot water is... not as hot.
And I was not informed prior to purchase that this item would be ineligible for return, even if I paid the return shipping costs. So I'm stuck with what is basically a useless piece of plastic. This is strange to me because it's fulfilled by Amazon.
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1. I contact customer service that this didn't mention it's non-returnable
2. The silicon valve is a flaw design that water don't go through, I don't know why official don't describe any about it, and how some youtube can do it without any obstacle, for me it just like air pump anti my pressure, it even make sound because of the air going out of the cap. So u can imagine how the water cannot go though the silicon valve seriously
3. Even I think I can get rid of the silicon valve, then the coffee come up then mess up the container and taste less flavor because the water go through so fast without any pressure