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11" shut; 16" open
J. Beard
· July 31, 2018
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does not stay hot for long like a regular coffeepot
maggie mae
· March 17, 2019
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Who cares?
A Mother and Avid Reader
· August 31, 2019
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Yes, the ones a had with my Keurig work in this unit. Don't buy those k-cups, a waste of money!
Michael O'Donnell
· November 30, 2018
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Yes! We use San Francisco Bay eco pods and they work just fine. Fast and hot.
Amazon Customer
· July 24, 2018
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I think it brews a better cup than my Keurig that quit on me. One complaint is the brewed coffee is no were near as hot as the Keurig. And it needs to be hotter
Amazon Customer
· December 28, 2018
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My 7.5 inch Thermos travel mug does not fit. Clearance by my measure is just under 7 inches. I am disappointed.
dab
· August 22, 2019
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We had a Keurig single cup before and the Mueller takes the same size. We have used different brands of coffee that say K-cup compatible and they all fit.
M. Edwards
· May 20, 2019
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120 volts- 60 Hz- 1420 Watts
john bunch
· July 27, 2018
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There is a little pin at the base that punctures the pod to let coffee out the bottom. If that is broken or missing the pressure from above ruptures the top of the pod and blows grounds out to the cup. If indeed that is the problem, the pod will have a big jagged hole instead of a clean puncture. If you are using pl… see more There is a little pin at the base that punctures the pod to let coffee out the bottom. If that is broken or missing the pressure from above ruptures the top of the pod and blows grounds out to the cup. If indeed that is the problem, the pod will have a big jagged hole instead of a clean puncture. If you are using plastic refillable pods occasionally, be sure that they are rotated to allow it to drop fully. If not, that is what breaks the bottom puncture pin. see less There is a little pin at the base that punctures the pod to let coffee out the bottom. If that is broken or missing the pressure from above ruptures the top of the pod and blows grounds out to the cup. If indeed that is the problem, the pod will have a big jagged hole instead of a clean puncture. If you are using plastic refillable pods occasionally, be sure that they are rotated to allow it to drop fully. If not, that is what breaks the bottom puncture pin.
Ronald Pippitt
· December 3, 2018