September 27, 2012

Melitta JavaJig Reusable Coffee Filter System


Designed to work with Keurig single serve coffee makers, the Melitta JavaJig allows you to use any ground coffee you want with your Keurig single cup brewer. The Melitta JavaJig uses filter papers and ground coffee with a BPA free reusable brewing cup. You can also buy more filter papers when you run out separately.

The JavaJig Filter System Includes:

  • 2 reusable filter holders and 30 single serve coffee filters
  • Saves money, approximately 50 percent per cup when you use your own favorite coffee or tea
  • Quick and easy to clean up; Just remove and discard filter; Rinse and reuse holder
  • Recyclable and BPA free

We've received one of the Melitta JavaJigs to review and should have our review shortly.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at September 27, 2012 7:43 AM
Recent Comments

I am looking to purchase these. Would Meijer Department Store have them or do you have to get them at a special place.

Posted by: Joyce Peplinski at September 30, 2013 9:14 PM

is there an adapter or other gadget ro allow using our favorite coffee in CBTL coffee makers?

Posted by: Jack Sluder at November 27, 2012 4:42 PM
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