April 12, 2006

Black & Decker Brew 'n Go Personal Coffeemaker with Travel Mug

Sure it doesn't use coffee pods, but it does make 15 ounces of hot coffee with the coffee grounds of your choice. The Black & Decker DCM18S Brew 'n Go Personal Coffeemaker with Travel Mug claims to be great for for commuters, office professionals, and one-coffee-drinker household. The travel mug is tapered to a 2-1/2-inch-diameter bottom, so it fits most vehicle cup holders. The mug, filter, filter basket, and mug lid are dishwasher-safe, and the coffeemaker can also be used to heat water for tea, hot chocolate, and instant foods like oatmeal and soup.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at April 12, 2006 7:30 AM

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We also use the number two paper filters, my husband has one at work and we have two at home. We love this product and when we tried another brand (three others) we always came back. The company will also send a replacement no problem if it doesn't work. They make a great machine and I have yet to find a better one. I even tried the Starbucks single serve coffee maker and it drips and is a real pain to set up and use!


Posted by: carol at June 18, 2006 11:58 AM

I used one of these in my office, before I bought my Bunn. Works pretty well, actually. Good value for the price (under $20, if I recall correctly). I recommend that you discard the permanent filter and get a box of paper cone shaped filters to use instead. (Melitta type #2 works well). Not only a better cup of coffee over the long haul but much easier to dump the grounds and clean up after brewing. For those that were interested, I was using two scoops (total of 1/4 cup) of drip grind coffee per cup. With Starbucks coffee, that makes a good, strong, Starbucks strength cup.


Posted by: Maxine Aaronson at April 12, 2006 5:18 PM
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