Top 10 Best Selling Single Serve Coffee Makers - December 2009
It's the last month of 2009, and this will be our last Top 10 Best Selling Single Serve Coffee Makers list for the year. Keurig is now dominating the top 4, and you'll notice the Senseo single serve coffee pod brewer is still missing from the list but should return shortly due to availability now at most retailers. The new Tassimo TAS 65 has also shown up on the list right behind the Tassimo T45 Suprema model. Note both of the Tassimo models are still eligible for a $50 dollar mail in rebate so if you want a Tassimo now is the time.
- Keurig B40 - [SSC Review]
- Keurig B60 - [SSC Review]
- Keurig Mini B30 - [SSC Review]
- Keurig B70 - [SSC Review]
- Nespresso C100T - [SSC Review]
- Aeropress Single Serve Coffee Maker - [SSC Review]
- Bosch T45 Tassimo Suprema - [SSC Review]
- Hamilton Beach Brew Station - [SSC Review]
- Bosch T65 Tassimo Suprema - [SSC Review]
- Breville BKC600XL Gourmet K Cup Brewer - [SSC Review]
Do you think these coffee makers represent the best selling or the best? What single serve coffee makers do you think should make a best of list regardless of sales? Sound off in the comments and let us know.
If you'd like to see a list of all the single serve coffee makers we've reviewed - check our Single Serve Coffee Maker Reviews roll-up. You may also want to check out our Cost Per Single Serve Coffee Cup: Coffee Pods, Keurig K Cups, Tassimo T Discs, and Nespresso Coffee Capsules article.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at December 14, 2009 8:15 AM
I imagine there are more pods because manufacturers have to pay Green Mountain to make K-Cups. I may be wrong, but I don't believe they have to pay Philips (was Senseo first?I don't know.) to make pods. How annoying would it be to have to pay your competition in order to sell your product?
When you get right down to it, you can buy a Keurig at JC Penny, Kohls, BBnB, Costco or any of a dozen other places that most of us have nearby. With the inexpensive Senseo off the market (or just returning), pod machines are practically invisible this year. I think Keurig knows this as well. I've been seeing commercials for their brewers pretty regularly leading up to Christmas. It's a great opportunity to grab some market share.
It's strange that none of the other pod machines made the list. Does Senseo really drive the entire coffee pod business like Keurig does for the K-Cup market? Or are Keurigs just rapidly outpacing pod machines in overall sales?
Which then would beg the question of why there are so many more pods than there are K-Cups.