January 13, 2006

ProctorSilex Single-Serve Pod Coffeemaker

F6Fa224128A097A500C08010.LThe ProctorSilex 42114 Single-Serve Pod Coffeemaker features a 500-watt heater and brews an 11-ounce cup of single serve coffee. You can use either ground coffee or pods by using the pod holder or the permanent filter that's included. We like the small footprint and will be getting one of these to review very soon.

Features include:

  • "On" indicator light; automatic shutoff;
  • dishwasher-safe removable parts
  • Pod holder and permanent filter for ground coffee included
  • Measures 9-1/4 by 8-1/2 by 10-3/4 inches;
  • 180-day warranty

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 13, 2006 8:26 AM
Recent Comments

I received this machine as a gift.I'm disappointed with the height of the area for the cup to sit on. It will not accept my favorite cup, {not an over sized cup}I have tried other cups without much satisfaction. I think a redesign of the machine with just a little more height in the cup area would be great.I have not had a leak issues and its adequate for a one coffee drinker household.I usually use the plastic measuring cup that came with the machine to receive the coffee and then transfer it to my cup.I would use the machine more if I didn't have to do this.

Posted by: Dale at March 7, 2008 9:16 AM

Got mine for $15 at Walmart. Performance with pods is pretty lame overall, although some brands seem to do better than others. The Senseo brand worked the best of all the ones I tried with it, brewing a nearly decent --if uninspired--cup of coffee. Some pods were simply terrible. On the other hand, it makes great coffee when I use my own fresh ground beans. Delicious, lively, and far better than a similarly-priced drip maker would brew. But a big mess. The machine leaks no matter which method I use.

Posted by: Suzy at February 7, 2006 12:54 PM

The worst pod coffee machine by far. It could be had at walmart for 10-16 dollars. It does not brew with pressure giving a week coffee that you could not put in your mouth. Lokk in the forum sections to see what everyone reports about it.

Posted by: jersey at January 13, 2006 1:47 PM
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