Refillable Coffee Capsule Cup Reusable Filter For Nespresso Machine £1.58 Delivered @ Banggood
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Refillable Coffee Capsule Cup Reusable Filter For Nespresso Machine £1.58 Delivered @ Banggood

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Found 4th Jul 2017
Never actually knew this was a thing. Was getting a bit annoyed shelling out all my money on capsules, and I'm lucky enough to have some locally roasted coffee beans in my area, so figured I would pick one of these up to try in the Nespresso. Don't tell George though, he won't like it. Not. One. Bit.


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Does it work? Who knows. I will give it a bash and report back. Although, for £1.58, you could just go and try it yourself?

Home Kitchen Refillable Coffee Capsule Cup Reusable Refilling Filter For Nespresso Machine
Perfect Gift for Coffee Lovers.
Suitable for Nespresso Machine.
Reusable, environmental protection, saving, good filtering effect.
Brew your favorite coffee without any error code or modification needed.
Lower your costs, double your value and increase your personal choices.
Cleans easily under running water, uniform and stable precision, easy installation.
Lid with silicone O-Ring for a snug fit and plastic specifically designed to resist high temperatures.
Longevity and durable, made from the best quality 18/8 stainless steel micro mesh filter to ensure premium quality design.
Specification :
Upper Diameter : 36 mm
Bottom Diameter : 23 mm
Height : 25 mm
Material : Food grade plastic PP + Silicone + Stainless Steel 304
Package Includes :
1 x Reusable Coffee Capsule Cup


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That's very clever.

Wouldn't mind something similar for the old Tassimo.
Edited by: "majestic2012" 4th Jul 2017
Shows £2.05 for me. Am I missing something?

EDIT: Nevermind, shows it now.
Edited by: "OliverBanks91" 4th Jul 2017
I've had a similar thing for a Senseo machine. Used it a few times but was too much hassle after all.
Always better for the environment to use one of these if you must use a pod machine.
Capsule pods are as bad as Pringle boxes to recycle, ie you can't.
majestic2012

That's very clever. Wouldn't mind something similar for the old Tassimo.



my-cap.com/pro…047
$11.50 for 5 delivered registered and insured.

Lovely stuff.
Hema do a kit, which includes 100 refillable capsules for £20.
https://www.hemashop.com/gb/shop/cooking-and-dining/coffee-and-tea/coffee-pods-capsules-beans-and-ground/coffee-capsule-maker-starter-kit-(60000480)?size=


https://www.hemashop.com/gb/shop/cooking-and-dining/coffee-and-tea/coffee-pods-capsules-beans-and-ground/coffee-capsule-maker-refill-set-(60000481)
They also do another 100 refillable capsules for a further £10. Each capsule can be used 100 times. So 10,000 uses for £10, works out at 0.001p per use.



Edited by: "Cybirea" 4th Jul 2017
Cybirea44 m ago

Hema do a kit, which includes 100 refillable capsules for …Hema do a kit, which includes 100 refillable capsules for £20.https://www.hemashop.com/gb/shop/cooking-and-dining/coffee-and-tea/coffee-pods-capsules-beans-and-ground/coffee-capsule-maker-starter-kit-(60000480)?size=https://www.hemashop.com/gb/shop/cooking-and-dining/coffee-and-tea/coffee-pods-capsules-beans-and-ground/coffee-capsule-maker-refill-set-(60000481)They also do another 100 refillable capsules for a further £10. Each capsule can be used 100 times. So 10,000 uses for £10, works out at 0.001p per use.

Does that 0.001p include the coffee as well?
Looks good to me cheers op
Just found on Ebay for £1.18:

ebay.co.uk/itm…317?var=511559668276&hash=item4b1ae587c5:m:mhWrXLFf6MMkT6oW34iFmqg
Uridium1 h, 27 m ago

https://www.my-cap.com/products/reusable-disc-for-tassimo-t-disc-brewers?variant=14557311047


Ooh, gracias
Voted hot but deal now comes up as £2.05
What is the best coffee to use in these refillable pods? I want something good quality and reasonably priced. Thanks op and eBay equivalent poster
Thank's
mcek

Always better for the environment to use one of these if you must use a … Always better for the environment to use one of these if you must use a pod machine.Capsule pods are as bad as Pringle boxes to recycle, ie you can't.



Absolute nonsense. I've been taking my aluminium Nespresso pods back to their stores for recycling, and third-party plastic ones to Starbucks who will recycle the rest.
mcek3 h, 31 m ago

Always better for the environment to use one of these if you must use a …Always better for the environment to use one of these if you must use a pod machine.Capsule pods are as bad as Pringle boxes to recycle, ie you can't.



nespresso.com/uk/…G2w
I think Investing in a aeropress is a better option :-)
These plastic pods are rubbish. Don't bother. Save your £1.50.

You can buy aluminium ones for a more and they might be worth a try but from my experience these plastic ones are nonsense.

Oh, and you can indeed recycle Nespresso pods. Nespresso even provide a bag for you where you can drop them off at the store or your nearest Collect+ shop.
These plastic pods are rubbish. Don't bother. Save your £1.50.

You can buy aluminium ones for a more and they might be worth a try but from my experience these plastic ones are very poor.

Oh, and you can indeed recycle Nespresso pods. Nespresso even provide a bag for you where you can drop them off at the store or your nearest Collect+ shop.
Simple solution. Don't use pods, if you want espresso get an espresso machine. Simples.
mcek

Always better for the environment to use one of these if you must use a … Always better for the environment to use one of these if you must use a pod machine.Capsule pods are as bad as Pringle boxes to recycle, ie you can't.



The point of a pod machine is convenience. Doing this defeats the purpose, and frankly, if you plan on using regularly those reusable pods, then you're better off with a classic espresso machine.

Having said that, the official Nespresso pods not only are recyclable, but the company has a recycling scheme that salvages the aluminium, like others mentioned already. A classic coffee maker would still have a smaller environmental footprint (taking into account packaging, shipping, etc) overall, but at least the recycling option makes the Nespresso machines an acceptable choice IMO.

As far the compatible pods, they're less recyclable than the Nespresso ones. What I do myself, is open the used pods, throw the coffee into the household rubbish, rinse the plastic pods and put them into the recycling bin.
Nespresso pick up the pods for recycling when delivering capsules....
For those that missed my comment, or who still don't understand - Starbucks will recycle ALL brands of Nespresso capsules. Just go in-store and ask for a recycling envelope/pouch. They'll probably give you a blank stare, so you'll have to explain what it is (as I had to - I was the first and only one to ask for one at my store, and only one guy knew there was a big unopened box of them under the counter; luckily he had overheard my conversation).

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