Keurig My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter

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Posted on: November 1, 2014
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My K-Cup Reusable coffee filter – Use your own gourmet coffee in a reusable filter. Exclusive to the Keurig Home Brewing System.

Product Features

  • Rinse clean under running water after each use
  • Does not fit B100, B100P, or B2000/3, B130 Keurig brewers
  • Works in Keurig home brewers B40 Elite, B50 Ultra, and B60 Special Edition
  • Allows users to use their own gourmet ground coffee in a Keurig brewer
  • Reusable K-Cup coffee filter exclusive to the Keurig Home Brewing System
  • In Keurig Retail Packaging Box


  • Philo411
    Posted on November 1, 2014 at 2:33 AM
    Cheap like me? Yeah, you're gonna like this too... Being frugal (all right, cheap) by nature, I held off on buying a single-serve coffeemaker until I could find one I liked that offered a reusable filter. When Keurig came out with the B-40 Elite, a handsome, reasonably priced unit, and announced that it would be releasing its "My K-Cup" reusable filter for separate sale early in 2006, I was primed. As soon as I saw this product on Keurig's website, I was ready to buy my new coffeemaker from and the filter from Keurig's web site. My only wish was that would stock the reusable filter so buyers could purchase the coffeemaker and filter in one fell swoop, and here my wish is about to come to pass!I have had my Keurig B-40 Elite for about a month now, and I've had great success with it. Bear in mind that if you're using the reusable filter, you must first remove the black plastic K-Cup holder from the unit's filter assembly (instructions on how to do this are included with "My K-Cup"; the black piece in...
  • David Derman
    Posted on November 1, 2014 at 2:35 AM
    Found a way to fix the issue with water splashing everywhere. 0
  • Library Techie
    Posted on November 1, 2014 at 2:49 AM
    Fantastic IF you take a few initial steps The Keurig My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter will let you make a great cup of coffee using your own coffee instead of the expensive pre-packaged K-cups. However, in order to get decent results you need to take a few initial steps.First, and most important, you need to adjust the gasket on your Keurig machine. If you look up under the lid at the "nail" (the sharp water spout that punctures the commercial K-cups), you'll see a black rubber gasket around it. PULL THAT DOWN about a centimeter (don't pull it all the way off). This gasket provides the seal necessary to prevent the pressured water from squirting out the top of the K-cup. The filter assembly sits a bit lower than commercial K-cups, so it doesn't make good contact with the gasket, causing hot water to leak and splash onto the counter and into your coffee. Pulling the gasket down will prevent this from happening. Doing this once will be sufficient for subsequent uses of the filter (the filter assembly will push...
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