February 3, 2006

Grindmaster GPOD Consumer Pod Brewer


Finally - it's here. Grindmaster has announced their new consumer pod brewer the GPOD. This may be the first consumer single serve coffee maker to be a few letters off from an iPod. We'll be getting one of these to test in the Single Serve Coffee.com test kitchen as soon as we can. In the mean time you can read our review of their Commercial OCS Pod Brewer. We really liked the commercial brewer but often found larger pods would not fit as well as a 10 gram and under coffee pod in the brewer over the past several months.

Grindmaster GPOD Consumer Coffee Pod Brewer Features:

  • GPOD PrecisionBrew™ Single Cup Brewing System – A non-proprietary pod-based brewing system combines commercial infusion technology with digitally controlled brew sequencing to ensure a great tasting cup of coffee every time, in less than one minute.
  • EasyPod™ Brew Basket – Our exclusive design accepts a wide variety of pods, allowing you to choose your favorite coffee or tea. Plus, the brew basket is dishwasher safe.
  • BrewControl™ Flavor Selector – 4-position adjustable brew strength control allows you to easily fine tune the strength of each cup to match your personal preference. It includes three positions for coffee and one position for tea.
  • AccuBrew™ Brewing Interface – An easy-to-follow, five-color LED display makes brewing simple. A low-water alert notifies you when it’s time to refill the reservoir.Energy Savings Feature – The unit features an automatic shut-off that is activated after 36 hours of inactivity.

At Review of Grindmaster Commercial Brewer

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Posted by Jay Brewer at February 3, 2006 7:58 AM
Recent Comments

If you purchase a Grindmaster GPOD you should know there is no service available for this machine.
Grindmaster does not offer any mechanical support and considers this machine disposable and non-serviceable.
A lot of money for a throw-away.

Posted by: larry at May 28, 2009 4:45 PM

Anything on price and availability?

Posted by: Stan C at March 2, 2006 5:45 AM

We've been emailing them - nothing - I'll call this week and find out more.

Posted by: Jay Brewer at February 18, 2006 9:27 AM

Any idea about the price and where it is available?

Posted by: Stan C at February 18, 2006 9:23 AM
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