Perfect Pod Holster - Make Your Own Keurig K Cups
From the same people who brought us the Perfect Pod Maker now comes the Perfect Pod Holster. The Perfect Pod Holster allows you to use virtually any coffee pod 55mm and greater in your Keurig coffee Machine. It features a self tamping spring which extracts a cup of coffee or tea. So you're not really making a K Cup per se, but you now have the ability to use coffee pods in your Keurig brewer.
We think this is pretty big news. Now if you own a Keurig brewer you can use K Cups, your own coffee using the Reusable K Cup Filter, and coffee pods using the Perfect Pod Holster. This makes the Keurig machine the only single serve coffee brewer that is able to use three different coffee brewing delivery methods.
It looks like the Perfect Pod Holster will be available at Amazon.com later his month on October 22nd, in the mean time As Seen On TV has them in limited quantities. We do have a Perfect Pod Holster in for review, and will have the results very soon.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at October 9, 2007 6:50 AM
This isn't the point. The point here is that with the Keurig you have the most options. Maybe someone, like myself, bought the Keurig expecting it to be our daily coffee maker. But whe we got used to it we weren't making and wasting a pot of coffee. Rather we were making cup after cup. The toy/convenience factor has been killing my pocketbook. The reusable is a great option. But it would be nice to save a little $$ occassionally and have a box or two of pods around.
This sells for $49.95 at Amazon.
Seems kind of expensive to me. If you already have a My K-Cup, the pod/T-sac adaptor for that has already been developed.
Surely it is 'ridiculous to form an opinion before purchasing this product,' but it is very costly, and like the podmaker, an unnecessary expense in adapting the Keurig to using your own coffee.
To Bob Tyndall, the pod holster wouldn't void the warranty assuming it has no impact on the Keurig's ability to perform. Using a pod in a My K-Cup does work, and it works very well. You have to poke a hole in the top of the pod, and there is an adaptor already made for this available.
So this thing might work just fine if it was to be sold at a reasonable price, and then you could use pods without putting in the My K-Cup adaptor.
And it's also equally ridiculous to say that it'll trump any K-Cup before it is reviewed. I've had almost all the single-serve coffee systems and by far the Keurig has been the best. With the mess factor of coffee pods, I was happy to ditch the machine, but I miss having access to other coffee roasters. This device will give me the best of all worlds: Access to K-Cups and coffee pods on some of the best coffee brewers around.
This product is better than any K-CUP.
The manufacturer guarantees it.
The product will be independently and objectively reviewed by www.singleservecoffee.com
It is ridiculous to form an opinion before purchasing this product.
I have to say, being a long time user of the Keurig single cup brewer, I don't believe that you would get good results trying to adapt a pod to use with it.
In the first place, a k-cup is specifically designed to fit in the holder. Using any other form of cup could void your warranty.
In the second place, when you already have the best alternative with the " My K-Cup", why would you want to buy yet another product to make some thing that won't be as good.
To me it makes no sense to try and adapt something to work in a machine that already has the right tools to give you the best cup of coffee.