February 24, 2007
Maybe one of the most asked questions we get here at Single Serve Coffee: What types of upgrades can I get for my Senseo single serve coffee pod brewer? Well, one of the best is the extra large water tank for Senseo. It holds nearly twice as much water as the standard tank at 40 oz and has an easy grip contour plus an extra wide opening to make filling the tank easier. We have one and we think you will love not having to make 10 trips a week to the faucet to fil your Senseo water tank and it's only $20 bucks. Only for use with HD7810 Senseo models; not compatible with other coffeemakers, so don't start thinking this will work on your Melitta One:One.
At Extra Large Water Tank for Senseo
February 23, 2007
If there was one thing we need in the morning that would help wake us up perfectly and without fuss? How about being wakened by the smell of freshly cooked bacon and the Keurig B70 ready to go with a fresh cup of single serve coffee. The bacon alarm clock wakes you up with the smell and sizzle of cooking bacon that you insert the night before. We simply need this contraption now, and perhaps even built into our fantasy bedside single serve coffee and bacon maker.
February 15, 2007
it's always a good thing to cheer yourself up with a little coffee each and every morning. You can now add a bit of nostalgia to your room with the Cheer Up Coffee Clock. This 8" round clock has a 2" deep tin rusted base and takes one AA battery (not included). Priced at $39.50, it's quite a steal.
January 25, 2007
The Senseo Store now carries the Brabantia Stainless Steel Coffee Pod Canister with a Senseo logo. We love our coffee pod canisters and first picked them up at Amazon.com sans the logo. But if you need to keep the Senseo branding full and strong in your kitchen, the Senseo Coffee Pod canisters will keep things air tight and your single serve coffee pods fresh. The Senseo Coffee Pod Canisters hold up to 18 coffee pods and cost the same as their unbranded counterparts at just $11.95 a canister.
January 23, 2007
Here's an interesting concept - heat the spoon and not the mug to keep your single serve coffee warm. We can see this being a great addition to our single serve coffee arsenal when and if it ever ships. So far the Smart Beverage Coffee Heater is just a concept, and a disposable one at that. We'd take this in a rechargeable form any day.
Smart Beverage Heater solves a common problem for coffee drinkers: reheating the cup with available methods often heats the mug and not the liquid. Smart Beverage Heater is a molded plastic, single-use device that can be clipped to the side of a mug. It employs flameless heat technology and its thermographic ink changes color to indicate when the beverage is hot.
Via Yanko Design and PDF of Design Concept
January 17, 2007
We often wonder how to display the different K Cup choices when we have a dinner party, and now we know. The K-Cup spinning carousel displays 27 assorted coffees and teas and is chrome-plated. The unit features a lazy-susan base for simple rotation and fits easily in a regular kitchen cabinet to store when not in use.
At Keurig 5060 27-Cup-Capacity K-Cup Spinning Carousel
January 11, 2007
Please welcome the McDLT of coffee cup warmers - it's got both the hot side and cool side of coffee covered. If you sit in traffic or just have a long commute, the Plug-In Commuter's Warming/Cooling Mug can keep a can of soda cold at 40F, and it can keep a cup of coffee 140 F hot. The device fits in to a cup holder and gets its power by plugging in to the lighter and retails for $24.98.
We're not sure how this can help us on the single serve coffee front (as we often pack up our coffee in a travel mug), but if you must have coffee on the road from the likes of Starbucks or others, this might be a great gadget to have.
January 4, 2007
Looking for a way to organize all those Tassimo T Discs you've got on your kitchen countertops? Look no further than the Fantazio Tassimo Disc dispenser for Tassimo. The dispenser comes fully assembled ready for use and takes up to four varieties of T Discs. The labels will show through the dispenser front and you can even get the dispenser in a variety of colors. This is only available in the UK but they do ship to the US. Thanks to SMBB for sending this in.
At Fantazio Tassimo Disc dispenser
January 2, 2007
If you've received a Keurig single serve brewer for a holiday gift, you might not know about the Keurig My K-Cup Reuseable Coffee Filter. It allows you to put any ground coffee you want through your Keurig brewer and it works great. We recommend getting a couple of them if you want to use ground coffee on a more regular basis, as it saves washing up the My K-CUp filter after each use. So check out the My K-Cup Reuseable filter and if you need more info - you can read our full review here.
The Keurig My K-Cup reuseable coffee filter will work in the Keurig B-40 Elite, Keurig B50, Keurig B-60 Special Edition, and Keurig B70 brewers.
At Keurig My K-Cup Reuseable Coffee Filter
December 14, 2006
The Jura-Capresso Z-Series Cup Warmer provides a heated storage bin for "up to 24 espresso cups or 16 coffee cups" that quickly brings your cup to the optimal brewing temperature ready to receive piping hot coffee. We often heat up our coffee cups using our Instant Hot Water from our In-Sink-Erator Hot Water Dispenser, but we can see the need to have a nice stack of piping hot mugs versus making one hot at a time each morning.
The price at $999 though has to be the most expensive gadget we've seen to heat up mugs. You could purchase the higher end Nespresso Le Cube Automatic Espresso Machine with cup warmers and not even hit a thousand dollars, and it would even make espresso. But if you need the best and have the money to blow, the Jura-Capresso Z-Series Cup Warmer may be for you.
Via Engadget at Williams Sonoma