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Old 12-23-2013, 07:59 AM   #29
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I have the V cup Signature model. Big mistake. There is little choice out there for V cups but plenty for K cups. Additionally, unless you are into foo-foo coffee, getting a good cup of coffee at $35 a pound from this marvelous device is next to impossible. I have a 5 cup drip maker that out performs it both in taste and aroma and that's with grocery store brand coffee. Nope, it was a waste of $200 and isn't heavy enough to use it for a boat anchor.
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Old 11-01-2018, 05:38 PM   #30
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We have a big Kuerig coffee maker at home, and would love to get one for the RV. Any recommendations for the best model to bring on the road?


Get a I-coffee Mozart by Remington. Makes great coffee. Iíve have one at home and one in the MH. Two years use with no problems. Click image for larger version

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We use this one. The reservoir is removable for filling or emptying. When getting ready to roll we just grab the reservoir and dump it in the sink. The whole thing rides in the sink. My wife bought it so we could use the same machine for my coffee and her hot tea without my coffee messing up her tea

It works for us and uses very little counter space.
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Old 11-01-2018, 06:05 PM   #32
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We've had a classic for 5-6 years at home. We're actually on our second one!
We bought a cheap Wally World brand(Mainstays?) for our TT. Hated it! Took forever and we were never quite sure how much water to put in!
Took it back and got the K250, with the reservoir on the back. Works great for just Pammi and myself.
I bought a reusable "pod" that I can fill with whatever coffee I like. Saves a bunch of money! Don't buy the cheap ones, they just leak all over the place.
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This is excellent coffee for the Keurig as low as .39/cup.

https://angelinos.com/
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Old 11-01-2018, 11:40 PM   #34
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We have a 425 in the house and a mini in the coach. It fits perfectly sideways (facing to the back) between the stove top and wall. We just let the water get low when we are going to move. Also we have only used distilled water in it for almost 2 years.
SWMBO gets a rude awakening when she puts my coffee pods in and thinks it is her Apple Cider.
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This is excellent coffee for the Keurig as low as .39/cup.

https://angelinos.com/
Thanks. Ordered a sample pack to give it a try.
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This is excellent coffee for the Keurig as low as .39/cup.

https://angelinos.com/
I never pay more than .34/cup and usually get it on sale at Big Lots for .25/cup.
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I never pay more than .34/cup and usually get it on sale at Big Lots for .25/cup.
What are you buying? I've tried some low-prices coffees from Dollar General, Kroger, etc., and I did not like them. I ordered a sample pack from Angelinos just to see.

I've been buying Folgers, which is around 50 cents / cup. And really, I know that's not gonna change my standard of living any, but still ......
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Keurig

We have 3 Keurig in use. Wife has 1 in her classroom, we have 1 in the house, and 1 in the toy hauler. The Keurig in the toy hauler has the pot so we can make a pot of coffee and sat on the side patio in the morning while spend time drinking some good coffee.
Generally in the morning we drink 2 pots. Each box last us for about 6 days, so our coffee bill is a little on the high end each month.
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I have no idea how many Keurigs we have bought in the past 10 years, but if I had to guess it would probably by 9 or 10. My office, hubby's office, the house....we always had a mini to carry with us when staying in a hotel and when we replaced a large model the older one went in the camper/motorhome. We have loved them, and usually upgraded when a new one was released. Until the last one. The darned thing was constantly needing maintenance of some sort so we ditched the bells and whistles and went back to "select", paid $69 bucks for it and have only a choice of cup size. Back to simple, no fussing needed. .
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We have a full size unit in the coach and another at home.

We use various flavored K-cups, but for "just coffee" we buy Great Value brand light roast coffee. It's about $0.25 a cup ($25 for a box of 100). Good to wake us up.

YMMV

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We've tried the cheaper coffees from Big Lots, etc. and they are just too weak for us.
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Get a I-coffee Mozart by Remington. Makes great coffee. Iíve have one at home and one in the MH. Two years use with no problems. Attachment 224640Attachment 224641
I use a kuerig as well and if you like dark coffee try coffee people black tiger or jet fuel
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