If you’re looking to simplify your morning with a quick and easy solution for making the perfect cup of coffee, you may want to consider the Keurig K-Compact Single Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee Maker.
Conveniently designed to brew up a delicious cup in just minutes, it’s on sale now for up to 51 per cent off at Amazon Canada. Just in time for the holidays, this coffee maker is a great gift idea that now rings in at just $60. Muffin Cup Machine
This single serve coffee machine features a compact design that's ideal for small spaces. Since it only brews a single cup of coffee at a time, it's also a convenient option for brewing your own drinks at home or at the office. Drink sizes include 6, 8, or 10 oz cups of coffee.
The K-Compact brewer is simple to use — just add fresh water to the reservoir, pop in your favourite K-Cup pod, and press the brew button. Choose from any of the K-Cup compatible drinks that come in portable pods, like tea, coffee, or hot chocolate.
The Keurig K-Compact Single Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee Maker is available in three colours: red, black and turquoise, all of which are on sale now for $60.
As a top-rated coffee maker on Amazon Canada, this miniature coffee machine is a mega hit among shoppers. The K-Compact brewer has earned a solid 4.6-star average rating, as well as nearly 5,000 5-star reviews.
"PERFECTION for your coffee needs!" raved one reviewer.
"Makes the best tasting coffee ever," added another.
Not only does its small size "save space" in a small apartment or office, they went on to add that this compact coffee maker prepares "perfect coffee within seconds."
One reviewer noted that the machine is "very easy to use," while another praised its "super fast" brew time.
In spite of all the positive reviews, some Amazon customers noted that it "does not work easily with ground coffee and reusable filters." If you enjoy buying your own coffee and refillable pods, you may find that this Keurig isn't the best for your needs.
At its current sale price of $60, it's a great time to add this mini coffee maker to your kitchen or pick one up as a gift for a loved one. However, some reviewers have mentioned that you're better off sticking with Keurig coffee pods than attempting to fill your own reusable pods — something that coffee connoisseurs may not be a fan of.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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