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Keurig® 2.0 My K-Cup® Reusable Coffee Filter

Keurig® 2.0 My K-Cup® Reusable Coffee Filter

  • Made with premium materials for high durability
  • Removable lid for easy filling and cleaning
  • Optimized for all K-Cup® brew sizes (4oz. to 12oz. depending on your brewer model)
  • PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

    Brew your favorite ground coffee your way with the Keurig® 2.0 My K-Cup® reusable coffee filter, the only reusable coffee filter approved for Keurig® 2.0 brewers.

    • Made with premium materials for high durability
    • Removable lid for easy filling and cleaning
    • Optimized for all K-Cup® brew sizes (4oz .to 12oz. depending on your brewer model)
    • Top rack dishwasher safe

    Compatibility: For use with the following Keurig® 2.0 brewers: K200/K250, K300/K350, K400/K450/K460/K475, K500/K550/K560/K575. Not sure which brewer you have? Take a look at the brewer images here.

    The Keurig®2.0 My K-Cup® Reusable Coffee Filter is not compatible with Keurig® K-Cup® (models prior to Keurig® 2.0 brewers), Vue®, Rivo® or Commercial brewers.

    FAQ & USER GUIDE
    Why are there two My K-Cup® reusable coffee filters?
    Delivering a safe and optimal user experience is our primary objective with the My K-Cup® filter accessory. The brewer heads between our classic Keurig® K-Cup® brewers and our Keurig® 2.0 systems are different, so at this time, the only way to ensure compatibility and deliver the best user experience was to create two different My K-Cup® filter accessories. Note, these two products are distinct and are only compatible with their respective brewing system.
    How much coffee does each My K-Cup® reusable filter brew?
    Both My K-Cup® accessories are optimized to brew all of the K-Cup® brew sizes available with your brewer – from 4oz to 12oz (12oz brew size only available on select brewers)
    What is the optimal coffee grind to use?
    If you grind your own beans, you should start with a coarser grind similar to a French press. Avoid a fine espresso grind setting, as that may clog the screen or result in poor extraction. Fine or espresso grinds, tea leaves, cocoa, and other powdered beverages are not recommended.
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