Keurig 2.0 My K-Cup
4.54 / 5 based on 1,126 Reviews
BREW YOUR FAVORITE GROUND COFFEE YOUR WAY WITH THE KEURIG® 2.0 MY K-CUP® REUSABLE COFFEE FILTER, THE ONLY REUSABLE COFEE FILTER APPROVED FOR KEURIG® 2.0 BREWERS.
- Made with premium materials for high durability
- Removable lid allows for easy filling and cleaning
- Optimized for all K-Cup® brew sizes
- Dishwasher safe (top rack)
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Not a fan. it gets the job done, & it's the only refillable k-cup approved by keurig, but you can find others that work just as well, are cheaper, & can be washed in the dishwasher.
I wanted to love this and while I'll still use it, I have found it let's coffee granules into my coffee cup. I've tried different levels of coffee in the k cup as well as making sure everything is clean on the inside. Not a favorite product and rarely use anymore.
My coffee never tasted as good and somethings had grounds in it. I will stick to the cups although I wish they were better for the environment.
I enjoyed this lil unit as it is washable and reusable but I made the mistake of buying the wrong size grind
Not much to say just a regular one I have one at home and it works fine but sometimes there's malfunctions
This is ok i would prefer the original way of the keurig systems but it not a bad idea when you have a house full of people
I'm so glad that Keurig has a reusable KCup! As much as I like having the option, it isn't the easiest to clean so I don't find myself using it as much as I wish I did.
I love being able to brew my loose leaf tea in my keurig, but needs stronger flavor. You don't get much with a single brew.
Works well. When it comes to cleaning it's not fun. It's great because I save money on buying the individual cup.
Environmental wise k-cups are terrible but with that being said they are fast and easy to use especially if your in a rush in the morning. I'm thinking of switching to k-cup reusable cups and putting my own coffee in it.
Q & A
I've been searching for the 2.0 Kcups and filter but can't find them. Where can you buy them in person?
Is this much better than just using the pre-made K Cups? I haven't tried it yet...
Does this help to save money? Is it more trouble?
I love that we can save money from buying K-cups by using bags of coffee with different flavors. I don't like the fact that I get coffee residue on the bottom and the top of my coffee cup. I've tried so many different coffee and I still get residue either floating and on bottom or just sitting at the bottom. I rarely use it now because that issue.
Has anyone used these?
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