August 13, 2007

Europe: Café Invento Single Serve Coffee Pod Maker


Thanks to reader Matthew T., we've just found out about the new Café Invento Single Serve Coffee Pod Maker only available in Europe. You can make one or two delicious cups of coffee with a crema like layer, and the machine does this by using a Multiple podholders, for one or two coffee- or teapods. It has a large removable watertank, for approx. 10 cups of coffee.

The Café Invento Single Serve Coffee Pod Maker also features the Tasteselector, allowing you to select your personal coffee taste - be it light, medium, or darker cups of coffee. Best of all - it has an auto-shut off that powers the machine down after approx. 2 hours. Very green.

The really interesting thing about this new unique coffee pod maker - it features a unique material to make cleaning it up a breeze called Protact. Protact has a synthetic layer which is easy to clean and leaves no fingerprints. Developed by Corus, the synthetic layers have a smooth and silky finish. Inventum is the first in the world to use this material in a product or single serve coffee maker.

Looks like a little Senseo-like coffee coming out of the Cafe Invento.

Comes in a variety of colors and finishes.

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It's hard to tell what the controls are, but we're thinking one or two cups.

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It's double cup time on the Café Invento Single Serve Coffee Pod Maker.

We'll be sure to try and get one of these to review if we can.

At Café Invento Single Serve Coffee Pod Maker

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Posted by Jay Brewer at August 13, 2007 7:59 AM
Recent Comments

Lacy, Did you ever figure out what was wrong with your coffee maker? Mine is doing the same thing.

Posted by: Tina at October 12, 2011 11:28 AM

I've had my "MY INVENTO" for a few months. I bought it still in the box from someone online.It worked great till today.Now it won't make coffee. Just stopped working, lights are on and blinking,saying there is a malfuntion.I've done all the trouble-shooting they mentioned. Nothing helped.There is no website for the company, nor is there a phone number to call.Anyone have any ideas on what to do? I'd appreciate any info you can give me. Thanks!

Posted by: Lacy at March 5, 2010 12:46 PM

HELP.... I can't get the drawer open!!

Posted by: Nancy at June 26, 2009 8:47 AM

I've seen these available in Canada for $220 CAD ($185 US).

Posted by: John at December 17, 2008 11:50 PM
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