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Save Money With these Little
Reviewed in the United States on December 25, 2017
You just stick these little filters into the little holder (sold separately), flip the lid and put the container into your Keurig. Then when the coffee is brewed, you pop open the lid and dump the filter and grounds into the trash. I used to use the holder with no filter inside and then I had to wash out the grounds and it makes a bit of a mess. The only cleanup with these babies is to rinse the lid (which actually touches the coffee grounds) in the kitchen sink. Then you're pretty much ready to start the process again. I buy my coffee already ground so you can carefully fill the filter by pouring the coffee straight from the bag. Choose your favorite coffee--you don't need it to be sold in those little cartridges any more. And if you look closely you'll notice that those little coffee pods cost you about 75 cents a piece unless you buy them at the big box stores. By my calculations you can get some pretty pricey coffee and,, with these filters, you still pay only about 30 cents a cup. So you can save yourself about $500 bucks a year not to mention shrinking your carbon footprint. Al Gore would be proud!