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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.
1. The keurig system needed a lot of forced pressure to get the water through the pod
2. It would be a mess with grounds etc in the cup etc.
To the second point, the coffee in the cup was perfect with no grinds. To the first point it was quite interesting because you gently pump the water through and it took about 5 full, gentle presses to get the water through. The quiet "whoosh" at the end was exactly as described in the instructions.
This review is after my first cup so I can't comment on the long term use of the product.
It really delivered a piping hot perfect cup of coffee using a keurig pod.
So far, loving it.
So I had lots of different drinks to experiment with when this MyJo Coffee Maker came (I recommend Green Mountain products for their selection of "natural" ingredients for teas and cane sugar not high fructose corn syrup* for coco--very hard to find--and the website has good coffee drinks as well.)
This works well with all different kinds of pods--you just put one in the base, screw on the top and it punctures a hole in the top. The water goes through (adjusting the temperature seems to control the intensity of the flavor) and into the cup below.
It is small and so completely within your own control--no electricity and you can even use hot tap water if needed. (Here in "earthquake country" where the power can suddenly go off, it's nice to think that you could make a great cup of coffee to calm your nerves in an emergency. It's a nice part of an emergency kit for me, along with a crank radio and flashlight.) Very convenient if you have hot water at work and want better coffee than the usual "office coffee". This can turn out a good, strong cup (I like Peet's or Starbucks for coffee but fyi Starbucks' new espresso pods are too small and don't work. Not in the plastic insert for coffee grounds that came with it--the ground is too fine--not even when you use another pod that does fit as the container. The little Starbucks espresso pods just don't work--but all the standard sizes fit perfectly regardless of manufacturer).
As for daily use, actually I -do- use it more than I thought I would, even at home. It's so fast and clean. (Just open the base and throw away the pod). The only negative--and for some people it will be a BIG negative--is that pod drinks require forceful expelling of water through them. Since this only uses -your- effort to do this, it has a rubber cap that you need to press down on 2 or three times to create the pressurized water that's needed. This would be easy if there was a little plunger on top to push, but there isn't. You have to cover it with your hands and push down -- HARD. I don't really mind doing it, but it does take some physical effort and probably wouldn't appeal to everyone for that reason. Other than that--it's a convenient little product and does exactly as promised.