Hamilton Beach® The Scoop Single-Cup Coffee Maker
Making a cup o' joe has never been so simple thanks to The Scoop Single-Cup Coffee Maker from Hamilton Beach®. Just scoop the right amount of your favorite ground coffee using the scoop filter, place it in the coffee maker and fill with water. The result: freshly brewed, flavorful and piping hot cup. Brewing time is 2 minutes for an 8-ounce cup. This single serve coffee maker uses grounds instead of pods to give you the freedom to choose flavor and strength. Perfect for java lovers who want the flexibility to customize their coffee according to their personal preference. Brews up to 14 oz. into a travel cup or coffee mug and features an auto shut-off function for safety. Comes with 2 stainless steel scoops and a built-in stand for coffee mugs. Durable stainless steel construction with a handsome brushed finish. Imported. One-year warranty. Model #49981.
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Fabulous I am so happy with the Hamilton Beach Scoop coffee maker. I'd been using a Keurig and this is so much better. Using my regular coffee is less expensive and can use the brand I like best. Easy clean too.l. May 16, 2013
Very good...but I got mine four days after ordering from the store (Very good). I ran 14oz through the machine several times to clean and check water temp which was 160F in the cup. After that it worked fine WITH FINELY GROUND COFFEE. Today I tried some regular drip ground coffee. It was weak. So, I find that only finely ground coffee gives me a robust cup of coffee. May 11, 2013
had this unit now fora bout 18 months and i love it makes the best coffee i ever had and it does not need to use those expensive K-Cups, just buy your favorite coffee and enjoy i will get another one of these units if this one should fail me April 26, 2013
update & pointers... I've had this machine for 7-8 months and still love it! Just 2 things... 1. dump the excess water reservoir every couple of days (ours had an old water taste when we came back from out of town). Just tip upside down over sink. 2. pack your coffee grounds with a spoon ~ or your thumb to get a stronger brew. Takes the water longer to filter through the grounds. April 20, 2013