Keurig K150 Single Cup K-Cup Pod Coffee Maker £49.95 @ Ebuyer
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Keurig K150 Single Cup K-Cup Pod Coffee Maker £49.95 @ Ebuyer

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Found 28th Jan
Was looking to spend sub £60 for one of these set-ups. Coming in at £50 ticked (my) boxes. May be useful for someone else?
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Never had any coffee machines at home, are these things easy to clean inside out? and how often do we need to do it?
Says it is 120v.33154220-PinVq.jpg
I like the look of it but where do you get the pods??
kp0019 m ago

Never had any coffee machines at home, are these things easy to clean …Never had any coffee machines at home, are these things easy to clean inside out? and how often do we need to do it?



It depends. I would backflush my gaggia Classic, ie clean all the pipes and tubes of coffee residues, every 4 weeks, using a solution of water and cleaner. I would descale it every 3 months, using a solution of water and citric acid. But my DeLonghi bean-to-cup machine lets me know when it needs descaling, and there is no provision for backflushing. The machine runs its own startup and shutdown flushing cycles though.

You could have a look on coffeeforums.co.uk, see if they have a forum for these machines.
pants20002 m ago

I like the look of it but where do you get the pods??


3rd party seller in Amazon has a pack of six fill your own filters.

amazon.co.uk/dp/…XWM

This find makes the whole thing tempting.
360finder6 m ago

3rd party seller in Amazon has a pack of six fill your own filters. …3rd party seller in Amazon has a pack of six fill your own filters. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01L1W65D6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_qtFBAbG2HKXWMThis find makes the whole thing tempting.


Sure does
I’ve ordered one, I suppose I can always return it if it’s not as good as it looks?
These are more like a compact filter coffee pod machine than an espresso pod machine.

If you like the US style black filter coffee these are great and you can also buy really good reusable pods too.
Edited by: "spliffhead" 28th Jan
spliffhead7 m ago

These are more like a compact filter coffee pod machine than an espresso …These are more like a compact filter coffee pod machine than an espresso pod machine.If you like the US style black filter coffee these are great and you can also buy really good reusable pods too.


Yeah that's what I thought.

I currently drink drip filter from a Hario as I grew bored of my Espresso machine (novelty wore off steaming milk) and my Tassimo was way too expensive for cold coffee.

I don't need (or want) another machine but when I see one for £50 I do think I do! Damn HUKD
How strong is the coffee this brews? I like a big mug of filter coffee, and normally use a standard cheapo filter machine - will this give the same results?

Had Nespresso, Tassimo, Nestle and Senseo, and not been overly impressed with any of them - eiother too week, too cold or just too expensive for what it is!

Also, does this have to be plumbed in? The Amazon review suggests it does?
Edited by: "N1Andy" 28th Jan
N1Andy17 m ago

How strong is the coffee this brews? I like a big mug of filter coffee, …How strong is the coffee this brews? I like a big mug of filter coffee, and normally use a standard cheapo filter machine - will this give the same results?Had Nespresso, Tassimo, Nestle and Senseo, and not been overly impressed with any of them - eiother too week, too cold or just too expensive for what it is!Also, does this have to be plumbed in? The Amazon review suggests it does?


I would say no to plumbed in. Spec says freestanding and gives a water tank capacity.

I figure it's exactly the same as a glass filter pot type machine except from its doing you a cup at a time rather than having to keep warm.
N1Andy25 m ago

How strong is the coffee this brews? I like a big mug of filter coffee, …How strong is the coffee this brews? I like a big mug of filter coffee, and normally use a standard cheapo filter machine - will this give the same results?Had Nespresso, Tassimo, Nestle and Senseo, and not been overly impressed with any of them - eiother too week, too cold or just too expensive for what it is!Also, does this have to be plumbed in? The Amazon review suggests it does?


I’ve been doing some research online and after watching a few vids it’s a £300 odd machine so it defo looks a lot better than tassimo etc and the option to use your own coffee by getting some reusable pods is good too. My tassimo sits on top of the fridge for the last few years as it’s too expensive to use, £4 odd for 8 drinks!!! WTF!
Cheers guys! I've gone for one, and it looks good enough that if the coffee is bad I'll pop it on Gumtree!
We have this exact model in our office at work and it's great. Very reliable and brews quickly. Build quality is very good and like the digital display. We have a few different coffee capsule options, but also tea and hot chocolate. The coffee is more filter than espresso as someone has pointed out but for the money this is a great deal. Cost our office more than £300! I've bought two!
b_frame40 m ago

We have this exact model in our office at work and it's great. Very …We have this exact model in our office at work and it's great. Very reliable and brews quickly. Build quality is very good and like the digital display. We have a few different coffee capsule options, but also tea and hot chocolate. The coffee is more filter than espresso as someone has pointed out but for the money this is a great deal. Cost our office more than £300! I've bought two!



I was just saying to my son that it looks very "car showroom"-ish.
Interesting info about Keurig's machines and pods.they have started using drm which only allows genuine Keurig pods to be used in their machines. Apparently they did this because people were using generic and refillable pods. So you're tied in to paying full Keurig whack for your fix.
mickrick7 m ago

Interesting info about Keurig's machines and pods.they have started using …Interesting info about Keurig's machines and pods.they have started using drm which only allows genuine Keurig pods to be used in their machines. Apparently they did this because people were using generic and refillable pods. So you're tied in to paying full Keurig whack for your fix.



I believe this is an older model that doesn't have that (K-cup 1 vs K-cup 2).......and is probably why this is so cheap!
TheTherapist3 h, 22 m ago

Says it is 120v.[Image]


Yes, it does. I've looked around other online shops, and the power/voltage you'd expect is the other model ebuyer offers, at a price that others sell it for:
ebuyer.com/821…500
N1Andy2 h, 18 m ago

How strong is the coffee this brews? I like a big mug of filter coffee, …How strong is the coffee this brews? I like a big mug of filter coffee, and normally use a standard cheapo filter machine - will this give the same results?Had Nespresso, Tassimo, Nestle and Senseo, and not been overly impressed with any of them - eiother too week, too cold or just too expensive for what it is!Also, does this have to be plumbed in? The Amazon review suggests it does?



My sister was giving me what can only be described as nespresso rocket fuel when I was staying with her last month. The pods were the size of small side plates, and the brew was the colour of satan's soul. The crema was so thick it made it look like a pint of Guinness. So that might be just what you are looking for.
Bargain price though if it's 120V as per the description then guessing a 120V to 240V converter / transformer is going to be needed?
The description on Amazon says this is plumbed into the mains. Just for reference.
amazon.co.uk/Keu…8-2
Can't beat a bit of flush monkey. Heat from me.
£9.50 for 24 tea pods... ... ... You could buy 480 Yorkshire Tea bags for that! Swizz-much.
Edited by: "MadeInBeats" 28th Jan
mickrick2 h, 56 m ago

Interesting info about Keurig's machines and pods.they have started using …Interesting info about Keurig's machines and pods.they have started using drm which only allows genuine Keurig pods to be used in their machines. Apparently they did this because people were using generic and refillable pods. So you're tied in to paying full Keurig whack for your fix.


It seems this model let's you use your own refill coffee, as a reviewer states this

Easy to use - large water tank - coffee is hotter that the uk machines I have tried can buy a special cup to use your own ground coffee
rhaleuk1 h, 19 m ago

The description on Amazon says this is plumbed into the mains. Just for …The description on Amazon says this is plumbed into the mains. Just for reference. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Keurig-k150-New-UK-Spec/dp/B01ASMJGH2/ref=sr_1_2?srs=3862737031&ie=UTF8&qid=1517173789&sr=8-2


I’ve watched the video online from the manufacturer and it shows them filling the tank under a tap, but states can also be plumbed in.
If anyone (who has received this) can confirm if it’s UK power spec I’ll have one!
Where do you get the pods from
I’ll need a transformer 240v to 120 v and may not be a UK plug
360finder8 h, 24 m ago

3rd party seller in Amazon has a pack of six fill your own filters. …3rd party seller in Amazon has a pack of six fill your own filters. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01L1W65D6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_qtFBAbG2HKXWMThis find makes the whole thing tempting.


Yes but you will have to wait a month for a brew as these are sent from china
vdey6 h, 21 m ago

I’ll need a transformer 240v to 120 v and may not be a UK plug


Would ebuyer really sell it like that without stating? If so I’ll be sending mine back.
it mentions 120 v in description
Edited by: "vdey" 29th Jan
vdey16 m ago

it mentions 120 v in description


I mean without a UK plug?
Can u buy cheaper pods for this machine? If so which ones?
used these in a lot of usa hotels not a great machine imo
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Non LED double walled stainless steel Cafetiere with good quality grind is my option. It can't break, it's consistent and knocks the socks of this for 20% of the price. I have a Gaggia Classic that's in pieces at present but I've been in no rush to put it together. A bag of coffee lasts me a week with three heaped table spoons each morning and I even get a creme. Plus it stays hot for about an hour.
rhaleuk16 h, 52 m ago

The description on Amazon says this is plumbed into the mains. Just for …The description on Amazon says this is plumbed into the mains. Just for reference. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Keurig-k150-New-UK-Spec/dp/B01ASMJGH2/ref=sr_1_2?srs=3862737031&ie=UTF8&qid=1517173789&sr=8-2


Think that's actually the K150P on Amazon, unless ebuyer also have the wrong description then it doesn't need plumbing in.

Says plumbing is only an option anyway for that model.

commercial.keurig.com/bre…es/
Ebuyer have just confirmed to me via online chat that this machine is 120V
Geoffrey_Sellars3 m ago

Ebuyer have just confirmed to me via online chat that this machine is 120V


Interesting, they confirmed to me earlier that it was 240v with a uk plug
I've ordered one. Worst case scenario I need to spend £50 on a step down transformer. Still cheaper than buying the 240v model.
Got mine today its full uk spec 240v uk plug so get one while you can at that price
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