dealssingle brewing coffee filters (for keurig k-cup…

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These are weird. I thought the whole point of buyin a Keurig was to easily brew one cup with barely any work or mess. You might as well use a regular coffee pot to brew one cup.

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@willyj73: However, if you don't already own a regular coffee pot, this offers you additional flexibility without having to buy a regular coffee pot. =|

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In for 2!

"Get 2 for $12.98" .. that's 6 knock-off ekobrews for about $17 after shipping.

"Buy more sets to save even more...
Get one set for $7.99
Save an additional $3.00 and get two sets for $12.98
Save an additional $4.50 and get three sets for $19.47
Save an additional $6.00 and get four sets for $25.96"

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Even with shipping added in, you get 3 filters for less than the cost of ONE at Wally World.

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the idea for these is that some flavors are not offered, especially teas. We have them and they work great but a bit of pain to clean (waiting until it's cool enough to handle). My mom refuses to drinking 'k-cup' coffee and just wants the "regular" stuff, lol....so this is when they are pulled out mostly.

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I have a few of these type filters. I will put out a warning that the coffee that comes out of these isn't nearly as good. The water goes through the middle of the filter, leaving the coffee around the edges mostly 'un-brewed' and therefore making your coffee weaker. Besides that they are great if you don't want to use your own stuff in the K pot.

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I've found the Keurig craze overrated. Over a year ago, I bought a single cup brewer at Big Lots for $12. You put your ground coffee in a reusable mesh filter. It brews right into your cup. I was hesitant to buy it. At the time was eyeing a Keurig because my friends have them & I thought I'd like to have one since I'm single. (My 19 year old son rarely drinks coffee) Anyway...what I was skeptical about was I love my coffee really hot, even most drip coffee makers don't get my coffee hot enough (I use a peculator). I was pleasantly surprised that it brews hotter than a basic drip maker. The only thing is that I use the filtered water from the refrigerator. It is cold water that comes out, so I simply put the mug of water in the micro for 30 seconds while I put coffee in the filter. I swear it is a great little coffee maker at the fraction of the cost. My neighbor's have a Keurig. He was always complaining about how much the K-cups cost. They ended up buying a maker like mine.

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@fuzzypeaches: so what brand of coffee maker did you buy? Big Lots is so hit and miss I'd hate to get one that is not effective.

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@mrc131: If the coffee isn't being brewed, you aren't grinding your coffee fine enough.

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@sjwentzel: I have the same one, and agree with @fuzzypeaches positive review. It's great for anyone who wants single-serve, but doesn't want to spend a bunch of money. The brand is "Kitchen Selectives" and our Big Lots generally has them in stock all the time. It's also available on amazon here: http://www.amazon.com/Kitchen-Selectives-CM-688-Single-Coffee/dp/B0041GNZSS, but Big Lots is half the price.