Elite Gourmet Single-Serve Coffee Maker, Elite Gourmet Single-Serve Coffee Maker, , large click and hold to zoom
Elite Gourmet Single-Serve Coffee Maker, Elite Gourmet Single-Serve Coffee Maker, , large click and hold to zoom
Elite Gourmet Single-Serve Coffee Maker, Elite Gourmet Single-Serve Coffee Maker, , large click and hold to zoom
Elite Gourmet Single-Serve Coffee Maker, Elite Gourmet Single-Serve Coffee Maker, , large click and hold to zoom
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Elite Gourmet Single-Serve Coffee Maker

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Brew your favorite fresh coffee directly into your 12-oz. coffee or travel mug to quickly and easily take it on the go. Uses either ground coffee or K-Cups. Has auto shutoff. Includes a reusable mesh filter. 5 3/4" w x 11 3/4" h x 7 3/4" d.

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Elite Gourmet Single-Serve Coffee Maker is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible I bought two. One for a housewarming gift. It leaks all the time. No matter how little liquid I put in. I am asking for the gift back and returning it.
Date published: 2021-03-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from About I wasn’t satisfied with it not good quality Sorry is not what it expected Quality not good Sent it back
Date published: 2021-02-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from coffee pot Makes good coffee, I only give it a 3 because the owners manual doesn't tell you what everything is. I didn't know if I poured the water behind the pod if I'd be electrocuted so I kept it unplugged til I saw the water level on the side. It has a place in the back that looks like it might be the place for the water. It also didn't tell me there was a place to change the water level in the cup. My son showed it to me and now I can't find it again. It's a good little pot otherwise. Makes a good cup of coffee.
Date published: 2021-02-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A few observations Just got this today. On a trial run, i put a cup of water in to run it through. The machine takes a few minutes to start as it has to heat up the water - which by the way will be nice and hot when done. Personally for me it was confusing about the K-cup vs regular grounds, I think I have it figured out now. The ony drawback I feel is one needs to have a higher than normal cup or use one of those tall metal "to go" cups. The coffee (or water in this case) splashed out of the cup onto the counter/floor. So something to keep in mind. Also make sure to let it finish brewing before removing the cup. Otherwise, I feel it will be doable to not having a large coffee maker on the counter. Very compact and a space saver.
Date published: 2021-02-25
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