Refillable Coffee Capsule Cup Filter @ gearbest - £1.75 ( Nespresso coffeemakers and KEURIG 2.0 Coffee Maker)
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Refillable Coffee Capsule Cup Filter @ gearbest - £1.75 ( Nespresso coffeemakers and KEURIG 2.0 Coffee Maker)

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Found 8th AprEdited by:"ciaranj"
This wee bit of kit will save a fortune on those wasteful pods..

Also you get to choose the filter coffee you want........
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snigface30 m ago

If you are using ground coffee, I don't understand why people don't just …If you are using ground coffee, I don't understand why people don't just use a cafetiere. These machines are so wasteful - all you are doing is pouring hot water over coffee grounds.


These machines are completely different from cafetière style coffee. Espresso machines use 9 bar pressure to extract the oils and aromas from the coffee, completely different from pour over in method and taste.
If you are using ground coffee, I don't understand why people don't just use a cafetiere. These machines are so wasteful - all you are doing is pouring hot water over coffee grounds.
bargain for the peasants that haven't got bean to cup
Just reuse the nespresso pods.
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For what machine?
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It is compatible with most of Nespresso coffeemakers and KEURIG 2.0 Coffee Maker K200, K300, K400, K500, or K560
ciaranj43 s ago

It is compatible with most of Nespresso coffeemakers and KEURIG 2.0 Coffee …It is compatible with most of Nespresso coffeemakers and KEURIG 2.0 Coffee Maker K200, K300, K400, K500, or K560


Put that in the title by editing
bargain for the peasants that haven't got bean to cup
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Also 3 for £5.83
Aren't the big holes on the front just going to let all the coffee grinds out.
gr8h8me10 m ago

bargain for the peasants that haven't got bean to cup


Uuuu
I'm 99% certain these would be useless with my Keurig machine........not even sure how these would work without the indent that Keurig capsules have at the top.
johnnystorm24 m ago

Aren't the big holes on the front just going to let all the coffee grinds …Aren't the big holes on the front just going to let all the coffee grinds out.


It's got mesh in front.
I have a couple, you will need to get the grind of the coffee spot on and not over pack the capsules to make it work effectively
johnnystorm47 m ago

Aren't the big holes on the front just going to let all the coffee grinds …Aren't the big holes on the front just going to let all the coffee grinds out.


No
satan666wayne38 m ago

It's got mesh in front.


Ah, followed the link and can see it now, the pic above makes them look like a disaster waiting to happen!
waste of time. bought them of ebay for 99p. doesnt really work. you have to compact the coffee inside them to get a half decent cup.
I use these they work great £6 for 6 if you have prime) amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
pooka17 m ago

waste of time. bought them of ebay for 99p. doesnt really work. you have …waste of time. bought them of ebay for 99p. doesnt really work. you have to compact the coffee inside them to get a half decent cup.

Would these void any warrantees on the machines??
Surely the whole point of buying into the Nespresso system is to serve a certain drink. Stuffing this sort of bodged up rubbish into the equipment defeats the object. #hopeless
Just reuse the nespresso pods.
If you are using ground coffee, I don't understand why people don't just use a cafetiere. These machines are so wasteful - all you are doing is pouring hot water over coffee grounds.
These are pointless IMO, if you want to use your own coffee then just buy a barista style machine or bean to cup. The whole point of capsules is no messing about and freshness.
snigface30 m ago

If you are using ground coffee, I don't understand why people don't just …If you are using ground coffee, I don't understand why people don't just use a cafetiere. These machines are so wasteful - all you are doing is pouring hot water over coffee grounds.


These machines are completely different from cafetière style coffee. Espresso machines use 9 bar pressure to extract the oils and aromas from the coffee, completely different from pour over in method and taste.
Bought from gearbest Xmas time.paid 34p
Complete rubbish. Sold the machine and bought a café tier. So much better than nespresso
Edited by: "mazabits" 8th Apr
Under £2 for 4 on Aliexpress.
rakshai5 h, 36 m ago

These are pointless IMO, if you want to use your own coffee then just buy …These are pointless IMO, if you want to use your own coffee then just buy a barista style machine or bean to cup. The whole point of capsules is no messing about and freshness.


Yes but some people cannot afford these machines. Used the dolce gusto ones for a good few years and they give good results. As someone else said you have to get the grind right and they can be a little messy.
Bought 3 for 2.49, from ebay and use my favourite Rossa coffee in them, they worked spot on in my nespresso, but I could get anymore than 5grms of coffee into them, so the taste was just not as good, but a good idea all the same
snigface11 h, 11 m ago

If you are using ground coffee, I don't understand why people don't just …If you are using ground coffee, I don't understand why people don't just use a cafetiere. These machines are so wasteful - all you are doing is pouring hot water over coffee grounds.


Isnt that the basic premise behind all tea and coffee??
gr8h8me15 h, 6 m ago

bargain for the peasants that haven't got bean to cup


Problem with bean to cup is coffee starts deteriorating as soon as it's been roasted and within 6 weeks it's done for.

Also as soon as you open a packet it all needs to be used within 2 weeks due to being exposed to more oxygen.

Pods well decent pods anyway are all vacuum sealed. Meaning that they are fresher and last longer.

This making your own pods is in my opinion completely pointless and will taste disgusting. You cannot vacuum seal it. So you would need to grind coffee on demand to fill a pod. Which completely goes against what pod coffee is convenient.

I'd like to get a proper espresso machine but I only have a couple of coffees a week so pointless buying beans.

Nespresso if used correctly is better than anything else for it's convenience.

Try colonna pods and cru kafe pods. Much better than Nespresso
We tried refillable ones. They weren’t very good and got stuck in the machine. Wouldn’t risk it as it damaged our machine.
Maybe a good time to introduce people to your lord and saviour, the Aeropress?
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whorlow12 h, 14 m ago

Just reuse the nespresso pods. [Video]


All that effort to save what 5p? It won't be as fresh or taste as good either.

Unless you have free access to tin foil and coffee.
termite12 h, 26 m ago

Surely the whole point of buying into the Nespresso system is to serve a …Surely the whole point of buying into the Nespresso system is to serve a certain drink. Stuffing this sort of bodged up rubbish into the equipment defeats the object. #hopeless


If by certain drink you mean coffee then this does that. Just not very well.

Also nespresso capsules are mediocre at best.

Colonna capsules are the real deal.

If you are a peasant then I recommend crude kafe capsules
peterkay115 h, 22 m ago

Yes but some people cannot afford these machines. Used the dolce gusto …Yes but some people cannot afford these machines. Used the dolce gusto ones for a good few years and they give good results. As someone else said you have to get the grind right and they can be a little messy.


I've purchased Philips bean to cup machines on Amazon Warehouse for as little as £102. Yes it is still more expensive though my current Gaggia Brera is over 5 years old and has made over 15000 shots of coffee with a total cost no greater than Nescafe Alta Rica or similar.
gr8h8me15 h, 20 m ago

bargain for the peasants that haven't got bean to cup


I have a Fracino Heavenly, grinder and fancy tamp which takes up a whole corner of the kitchen & hasn't been used for over a year. Wish I'd just stuck to something simple like pods.
momentai1 h, 11 m ago

Maybe a good time to introduce people to your lord and saviour, the …Maybe a good time to introduce people to your lord and saviour, the Aeropress?[Image]


I never used this but seen it, where do you think flavour is at if you have filterat one end and espresso machine on the other. Thanks
whorlow13 h, 29 m ago

Just reuse the nespresso pods. [Video]


Going to try this? What it's better instant or buy a coffee grinder and grind beans
pistachio35 m ago

I never used this but seen it, where do you think flavour is at if you …I never used this but seen it, where do you think flavour is at if you have filterat one end and espresso machine on the other. Thanks


It depends on the type of filter you use. If you're a lover of the oiliness of the bean, then get a metal filter. If you like the clean filtered coffee then use paper filters.

But, sarcastically, the flavour is going to going into your cup, unless you hydraulically press it over the kitchen floor...
damadgeruk2 h, 36 m ago

I've purchased Philips bean to cup machines on Amazon Warehouse for as …I've purchased Philips bean to cup machines on Amazon Warehouse for as little as £102. Yes it is still more expensive though my current Gaggia Brera is over 5 years old and has made over 15000 shots of coffee with a total cost no greater than Nescafe Alta Rica or similar.


Good for you. (Humblebrag)
I second the Aeropress!!! Initially I bought mine for when we went away camping but I only ever use this at home now too. My other half is a coffee service engineer and works on all types of commercial coffee machines and he really rates the aeropress (which is praise indeed coming from him!!)
whorlow18 h, 36 m ago

Just reuse the nespresso pods. [Video]



Ahhh....the fine art of the barista at work I guess it makes you appreciate your cuppa that little bit more 'tho
I have a small Nespresso machine on my desk at work to make myself coffee during the day. Can't do that with a cafetière, even an electric one. Too much mess. The Nespresso is ideal.
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