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Yes, the reusable filter fits, as well as the Ekobrew system.
By Ralph Thomas on January 6, 2014
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NO - And Keurig conceals the fact that their "commercial" K-Cup brewing systems are not compatible (they made a mod to lock them out.) I just talked with their factory customer service. The directed me to a page titled "All K-Cup® Brewing Systems" (www.keurig.com/shop/brewers/all-brewers) and only the HOME versions (… see more NO - And Keurig conceals the fact that their "commercial" K-Cup brewing systems are not compatible (they made a mod to lock them out.) I just talked with their factory customer service. The directed me to a page titled "All K-Cup® Brewing Systems" (www.keurig.com/shop/brewers/all-brewers) and only the HOME versions (first 5) work with a K-Cup. Even though the page even says "All K-Cup" and the model we bought starts with a K (K150) as in K-Cup!!
Now that we're stuck with the K150 I see that they sneakily added special tabs to where you would put a K-Cup that locks it out. Makes it hard to close. Causes leaks if you try. Their customer service explanation is that K-Cups are "inconvenient" in an office. Truth is exactly the opposite. All they are trying to ko is FORCE you to use their own non-reusable coffee. And they conceal this dirty trick. And they even lock out THEIR OWN K-Cups. And their non-reusable coffee is VERY expensive. So we've been screwed by Keurig!
Anyone found a solution to this problem? Help...! see less

By Scott F. on December 31, 2013
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Kv2.0 works off sensing the paten design on the new kcups. Cut the top off a new version of the k-cups... Tape it on top of an old style or my kcup... 30 seconds you'll have your cup of coffee.
By Steven L. Muschelli on September 7, 2014
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Why would you want to? Instant coffee doesn't get filtered it goes straight into the cup. You could just run the Keurig without putting in a pod for just hot water. That's how I make my hot cocoa.
By David J. Capone Jr. on March 5, 2014
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i use about 2 teaspoons sometimes alittle more depending how full it is.
By Gabriel N. on December 16, 2014
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No, I just ordered this product and it doesn't fit in our K45 Elite.
By Jamie Parlier on March 19, 2015
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Hello M Druhm. I have called keurig inquiring about any bpa in their product. Keurig is owned by Green Mountain Coffee Roaster and have informed me that there are no bispenol A in their product or reusable filters. I have found a few websites that indicates the k cup are bpa free but so far haven't found anything sp… see more Hello M Druhm. I have called keurig inquiring about any bpa in their product. Keurig is owned by Green Mountain Coffee Roaster and have informed me that there are no bispenol A in their product or reusable filters. I have found a few websites that indicates the k cup are bpa free but so far haven't found anything specific about the reusable filter. see less
By j l on February 24, 2014
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This item is a bit messy with grounds and clean up each time. The original intent on the K-cup was convenience one cup at a time. This reusable cup takes it back a step or two.
By SarahSmiles on November 18, 2013